Aerial Views of Sydney Australia

Luckily I had a window seat as we flew into Sydney Australia on a sunny day to see the amazing views of the entire Sydney area!


Sydney Harbour acts like a large river separating Sydney and North Sydney but also creating numerous bays, inlets, islands, harbours, etc., a complete surprise!


Hope you enjoy my aerial photos as much as I did, both taking them and then posting them to this Hub!


Bridges crossing Georges River as the river flows into Botany Bay, southeast of Sydney.
Bridges crossing Georges River as the river flows into Botany Bay, southeast of Sydney.
Bondi Beach is located on the Tasman Sea and is southeast of Sydney.
Bondi Beach is located on the Tasman Sea and is southeast of Sydney.
This is the Darling Point and Elizabeth Bay area due east of downtown Sydney.
This is the Darling Point and Elizabeth Bay area due east of downtown Sydney.
Of course you must recognize this - the Sydney Opera House with the Harbour Bridge. As you can see, the Sydney area consists of a lot of water, bays, harbours and bridges.
Of course you must recognize this - the Sydney Opera House with the Harbour Bridge. As you can see, the Sydney area consists of a lot of water, bays, harbours and bridges.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Opera House with a cruise ship in port nearby.
The Sydney Opera House with a cruise ship in port nearby.
This view really shows how the land around Sydney is broken up with a lot of water, bays, harbours and bridges.
This view really shows how the land around Sydney is broken up with a lot of water, bays, harbours and bridges.
Somewhere over the North Sydney area.
Somewhere over the North Sydney area.
Homes in the North Sydney area.
Homes in the North Sydney area.
Cockatoo Island west of downtown Sydney.
Cockatoo Island west of downtown Sydney.
Western Distributor Freeway area leading to downtown Sydney.
Western Distributor Freeway area leading to downtown Sydney.
A view of downtown Sydney.
A view of downtown Sydney.

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ScriptWriter001 2 years ago from India

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