Chinese Garden of Friendship, Sydney, Australia
One afternoon in Sydney we stumbled across the Chinese Garden of Friendship. It was closed at the time so the next morning we went to check it out.
The Chinese Garden of Friendship is located just SSE of Darling Harbour.
Inside showcases a large garden based on the style during the Chinese Ming Dynasty.
Cost(s): $6aud per adult.
Address: Pier St, Sydney NSW 2000. DarlingHarbour.com.
Chinese Garden of Friendship Review
The Chinese Garden of Friendship wasn’t a huge place, but had quite a few little areas to look at.
Lots of rocks, many of which were specifically chosen because of their likeness to animals.
There where are couple of small waterfalls. You can’t swim in them, but very tranquil.
No Chinese garden would be complete without a bamboo forest. If I ever have a garden, this is definitely something I would grow.
We also spotted a bit of wildlife. There was a lizard just warming up on a rock and lots of birds in the trees.
Can you see them?
On one side there was a teahouse with some photos and poems which I think where still shots from a play, and there was also some bonzai, although it is called something else in Chinese.
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Getting to the Chinese Garden of Friendship in Sydney
The Chinese Garden of Friendship is in a very conveinient location, just next to Darling Harbour. You can catch a ferry, bus, or train to within easy walking distance.
Have you ever been to the Chinese Garden of Friendship in Sydney? Feel free to leave your own Chinese Garden of Friendship review (and anything else you want to say) in the comments 😀 .