SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
A masterpiece of architecture, the Sydney Opera House is one of the world’s most famous buildings. You can take a photo on the steps of the Opera House, explore it majestic exterior and splendid interior on daily tours, and enjoy performances held under its iconic white sails.
On the edge of Sydney Harbour, one of the world’s great natural harbours, the Sydney Opera House is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It was evaluated as “one of the indisputable masterpieces of human creativity, not only in the 20th century but in the history of humankind”.
The Sydney Opera House hosts 1,600 performances every year including ballet, opera, theatre, dance, music and comedy as well as children’s shows and more. You can combine shows with delicious food at the Opera Kitchen and Bennelong Restaurant, or enjoy pre-show drinks at the Opera Bar.
For daily tours, join the Sydney Opera House Tour, the Backstage Tour or the Tour and Tasting Plate, which includes a guided tour and a three-tier gourmet tasting plate at the Opera Kitchen. Foreign language tours are in Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish and German.
The nearest train station is Circular Quay.
Lower Concourse – a Westpac ATM is available in the Lower Concourse area of the Sydney Opera House. This is positioned just near the stairs down to the lower concourse from the forecourt and near the entrance to the Carpark.
Western Foyers – A rediATM is available in the Western Foyers of the Sydney Opera House. This ATM is positioned opposite the lifts in the Western Foyers.
Baby Changing Facilities
Baby change table and nappy bins are available in the Accessible public toilets in the below locations:
- Western Foyers
- Close to both the Drama Theatre as well as the Playhouse
- Lower Concourse
- Main Box Office accessible toilets
- Concert Hall Northern Foyer (both Male and Female)
The Box Office is located in the Entry Foyer on Level 1, and is open from Monday to Saturday 9am- 8.30pm.
There are two public telephones on-site, one along the Lower Concourse past the carpark entrance. The second is situated outside Stage Door in the vehicle concourse.
Public toilets are located on the Lower Concourse and inside at the Main Box Office and Western Foyers. Accessible public toilets are available and located on the Lower Concourse, Main Box Office and Western Foyers.
Visit our Welcome Centre to discover the architectural masterpiece throughout construction and now as a busy performing arts venue. Located on the Lower Concourse, the Welcome Centre is the perfect spot to see what’s on, buy tickets, take a tour, pick up a souvenir and learn the history of the iconic building through pictures and videos.
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