Chinese Garden of Friendship – Sydney

The Chinese garden of friendship is located in Darling Harbour.

The closest station is: Town Hall, but Central station is close as well and both are within walking distance.

The price to view the gardens is :

Day Pass

Adult: $6

Child – under 12 – $3

Family –  consists of 2 adults and 2 children $15

Concession – consists of Australian pensioners and students $3

Australian senior card holder only $4.50

Annual Passes

Annual adult pass is $50

Family – consists of 2 adults and 2 children $125

Opening Hours

9.30am – 5pm : April to September

9.30am – 5.30pm: October to March

The gardens are closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday

Peace, tranquility, relaxation, meditation

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The gardens are a peaceful and quiet place.

The gardens are always there and always popular.  But being the Chinese New Year festival, I wanted to explore the gardens and soak up the atmosphere at this significant time.   The Chinese Gardens of Friendship didn’t disappoint, and allowed a moment of tranquility in the busyness of the festival.

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