The Domain, Sydney
Categories: Nature & Parks
Wide open and verdant, The Domain serves as a green oasis amid the urban sprawl that is contemporary Sydney. Enveloping the Royal Botanic Gardens, the park also served as a cricket ground, as well as a location for military and ceremonial events and political gatherings. The Domain provides evocative views of the Sydney skyline, and also marks the spot where Queen Elizabeth II first set foot in Australia. For The Domain and beyond, use our Sydney itinerary planner to get the most from your Sydney vacation.
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Located at Macquarie Street and the Art Gallery . Pleasant Park , is nothing especially . Botanical Gardens which is nearby is much more interesting .
Dans la suite de la visite des Royal Botanic Gardens, nous avons continuer à travers The Domain. C'est un lieu plus ouvert qui ressemble moins à un jardin botanique mais qui bordent le port de Sydney.... read more »In the continuation of the visit of the Royal Botanic Gardens, we continue through The Domain. It is a more open place that looks like a botanical garden but less bordering the port of Sydney. The visit is punctuated with many points of interest... including a Monument celebrating the coming of Queen Elisabeth II.show original
The Domain is a nice large bit of parkland that most visitors and residents know as the green space surrounding the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Its most easily approached from Macquarie St on the ... read more »
Gorgeous park in the middle of Sydney. I have been several times. Last time was to watch the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in the park which was really lovely. With Sydney's crazy alcohol laws it was refreshing to have a beverage in the park without the fun police taking over.
Steve Campbell Grant
Wonderful public park in the middle of the city. A place of manicured lawns, ancient trees and flocks of native birds. (The bats - which were a feature for so many years - have gone). Sydney's arguably coolest coffee shop - Cafe De Capo is nearby in the Sydney Hospital. The NSW Art Gallery with its dreams of expansion is here. The magnificence of St Mary's cathedral overlooks the Domain - and there are some interesting statues about the place - Robbie Burns, John Robertson and Brett Whiteley's irreverent two matches - one burnt, one unlit "Almost Once". Always open.
A very nice park to relax. Well maintained.
Great location that has many free concerts during the year.
Very good location for concerts. Had a very nice evening there listening to opera music.
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