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The Chinese Garden, Sydney

The Cascading Brook, Chinese Garden, Sydney

The Cascading Brook and Azalea, Chinese Garden, Sydney

The Chinese Garden Sydney

The Chinese Garden Sydney

It’s is now sunny and warm, however yesterday on a cloudy day we visited the Chinese Garden near Darling Harbour which did not disappoint. Darling harobour is really touristy and  busy with a lot of bars and restaurants in Cockle Bay and along to Kings  Wharf  but great for kids as it houses the Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Wildlife Walk.

The Chinese Garden in Sydney is well worth visiting .The garden was gifted to Sydney by its sister city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province China .The garden was designed and built by Chinese landscape architects following the principles of Yin and Yang. This beautiful garden forms a small and tranquil oasis in the middle of a bustling city and when in the garden you can almost forget that you were in Sydney be it for the high rises surrounding it.

The summer botanical highlights are the Azalea and Chinese Tree Peony but the garden has been planted for interest in all  seasons.

 

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