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A haven of tranquility in Sydney's bustling Chinatown, this fascinating garden with waterfalls, bridges and fish-filled ponds was designed by experts from China and reflects designs dating back to the 5th century.
Such a beautiful gardens. A real surprise in the city. Not far from Darling harbour & train station. Well worth popping in to escape from the hustle & bussle of the city. A camera is recommended. A small tea house is within the grounds so...More
Entering the Chinese Garden of Friendship is like stepping into another world! A paradise in the middle of a busy city. We love the lunch special the cafe offers, which can be purchased upon entry! Fresh scones, jam and cream is a must try! Make...More
Arriving in Sydney around midday,checking into hotel I decided to visit the Chinese Gardens to fill in time on a pleasant winter's day.
It was a very enjoyable visit,my wife and I enjoying the layout the gardens and waterfalls together with the the information provided...More
I knew this would be a good place to visit but I honestly did not think it would be even half as good as it was... this place is like the TARDIS, it is huge! We went at Lunar New Year so the entry fee...More
I spent nearly two hours in the garden and could have spent more time there.
It is a nice place to sit and relax and there is a tea room there if you want something to eat or drink.
You can wander around the many...More
We were staying with in 2 blocks of this place and kept walking by it to get to the museum, aquarium etc. On our second last day we decided to stop in. Looked fairly small so we thought we could cover this place in 30...More
We walked to these beautiful gardens and was amazed at how tranquil the place is even though it is in the middle of the busy city. There are plenty of garden features to admire including water features and traditional Chinese buildings. We did not have...More
The Chinese garden in Sydney is a very nice place to relax, you just escape the city confusion. The entrance is just at the end of the park connecting Haymarket with the darling harbour. A visit is suggested even if I would not define this...More
The Sydney Central Business District is abuzz with energy. Power brokers run to and from high rise buildings and after-work drink places, high-end shoppers tour venues like the QVB, and fine diners frequent the many celebrity chef restaurants. For a dose of culture, walk to the NSW Art Gallery, or visit the Sydney Museum. To escape the hustle and bustle, reconnect with nature at the Sydney Botanical Gardens
or picnic lunch at High Park. No matter your interest, be sure to check the full calendar of events hosted by the city, from the Sydney Festival in January to October’s Good Food Month at Hyde Park.
The entry area and courtyard, cafe area is accessible by wheelchair. Beyond this area there are steps, stepping stones and small hilly sections. The back section is visible from the entry so you could view all the areas, but... More
The entry area and courtyard, cafe area is accessible by wheelchair. Beyond this area there are steps, stepping stones and small hilly sections. The back section is visible from the entry so you could view all the areas, but access only the front section.
Response from metalmomma | Reviewed this property |
I do not think they allow that, but not sure. There is a little spot with tables and chairs, so perhaps they do allow bringing in food, but did not see anyone eating anything there. No places to eat in the gardens... More
I do not think they allow that, but not sure. There is a little spot with tables and chairs, so perhaps they do allow bringing in food, but did not see anyone eating anything there. No places to eat in the gardens themselves, as only a few concrete benches scattered throughout the gardens. There are many restaurants nearby and a huge lawn area outside the gardens.