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Sydney from way above - aerials.

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From airviewonline (obviously), most up-to-date:

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With the QE2:

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With the North Sydney skyline across The Harbour.

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Just the tip of the iceberg:

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Labelled for your convenience ;)

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Bonus Pic:

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Cheers.

The large green area is Moore & Centennial Parks and they're exactly that i.e. park areas. The low-rise buildings in the middle make-up a school. Also where Fox Studios is located (So Matrix, Attack of the Clones and Moulin Rouge etc. were shot). It's also the largest green area in the 2nd last pic - just left of middle.

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To give some perspective, that tiny little Sydney Opera House down there is 213ft/65m in height.

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Sweet aerials Delta!

In fact it's just now that I realized from the aerials how neatly planned Sydney is. From your first pic (or the last one, though fuzzier) you see the Moore/Centennial Parks form along the edges of essentially a vertical wall for the CBD - very much like Central Park in NYC actually - and the Opera House as a distinct oasis at the edge of the park.

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A bit of confusion there Wendell. My reply in regard to the huge green space is what swags was asking about in the first pic posts.

The large green space you were referring to is actually The Botanical Gardens and The Domain.

The skyline basking in the early morning sun:

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Man, all the Australia photos i have seen lately (Sydney and Brisbane) really make me want to take a visit. Australia seems like paradise.

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