Sydney’s Chinese Garden of Friendship

These beautiful gardens were designed and landscaped to celebrate Australia’s Bicentenary in 1988 – a result of the close friendship between Sydney’s Chinese community and Guangzhou in China.

Situated at the end of Darling Harbour they offer a beautiful and peaceful escape from a busy city – while highlighting the skyscrapers in the background.


The garden represents the principles Yin-Yang and the opposite elements of earth, fire, water, metal and wood.

Although there were not a large range of flowers in bloom when we visited – what was on show lit up the garden.

The carp and water dragons were just basking in the warm sun.

On your next visit to Sydney make sure you included a walk through these beautiful gardens.

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9 Responses to Sydney’s Chinese Garden of Friendship

  1. Mulino Dominillo says:

    It is a beautiful garden, not to be missed. Thank you for sharing it.

  2. Jim & Kerry says:

    We have been to Sydney many times and for some reason have missed it until this visit. So glad we found it this time!

  3. Debra Kolkka says:

    I haven’t been there in years! The gardens look gorgeous.

  4. Jim & Kerry says:

    It really is a lovely and peaceful place right in the city.

  5. Peter Jackson says:

    Hi Jim & Kerry We will be in Sydney tomorrow about 2PM for a couple of weeks and will take the opportunity at some stage to view these gardens. Might see you about the place! Regards
    Peter & Janet

  6. Jim & Kerry says:

    Hope you enjoy the garden Peter & Janet. We have returned home now so see you back in WA.

  7. E A M Harris says:

    The gardens look fabulous. Definitely on my ‘to see’ list if I ever go to Australia.

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