Sydney Harbour Live
Sydney is such a spectacular city and this is the live view of its heart, taking in the Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay with the city skyline behind, The Rocks and Sydney Harbour Bridge. You are also looking at the birthplace of Australia, in Circular Quay exactly where the British flag was first planted in 1788. Sydney has some of most beautiful natural attractions in the world for a major city, ranging from its fascinating Harbour to its scores of golden-sand beaches. Sydney is Australia’s largest city and the main commercial centre. The city is known for its vibrancy, as a great city to live in, its multiculturism and all that that offers, its waterside attractions, its temperate climate and easy outdoor lifestyle. There are innumerable attractions for the international and domestic tourist, most within a short radius of the downtown area – outstanding shopping and fashion, museums, wildlife parks, aquariums, restaurants from the finest down, arts and culture, history, aboriginal culture. It is the jumping-off point for visiting the rest of Australia. Sydney is the main base for cruising in, around and out of Australia. Sydney Harbour is a fabulous setting for arriving or departing on a cruise ship, and Sydney itself is Australia’s most popular tourist destination, for both local and overseas visitors. Many cruise lines operating in and out of or visit Sydney. These include Royal Caribbean, Princes Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Cunard, Carnival, P&O Cruises, Holland American Line, Seabourn, Fred. Olsen, Oceania, Silversea, Regent Seven Seas, Costa, Azamara, Star Cruises, Crystal, Celebrity, Princess, MSC and Hapag-Lloyd. Webcam Sydney is pointed at the overseas cruise ship terminal and Circular Quay and captures all the action in that field of view. It also captures cruise liners passing under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and crossing in front of Circular Quay and the Sydney Opera House, with the Downtown Sydney skyline in the background. A most spectacular scene.