The Sydney Habour
By Rosie, Rose, Evan and Damon
History of the location
Sydney was known as Port Magura, Cattle Point then Bennolong and now its known as Sydney.
The northen side of the habour in 1825 had no high buildings, lots of greenary, no habour bridge and no opera house. Lots of boats got sailed on the habour in 1825.
Sydney had war cannens to protect Sydney from unwanted visetes.
Bennolong Point is indiganes land.
The Sydney Opera House is a world heritige sight.
The Sdney Hobour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House are Sydneys best known land marks.
The sun sets buitfuly on the opera house and habour bridge.
Every year there is a amazing light show.
The Sydney Habour Bridge at night.
Every year there is a amazing light show on new years eve. One year it looked like the Sydney Opera House was crashing to the ground into little cube blocks. The Sydney Habour bridge gets lit up with lights and it looks majical.
JORN UTZON WAS THE DESINER OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE. THE CONSTRUTION GOT DELAIED BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T KNOW HOW THEY WERE GOING TO BUILD IT. lUCKILY jORN uTZON FIGGURED OUT HOW TO BUILD IT IN A DREAM HE PEELED AN ORANGE BEFOR GOING TO BED, IN HIS DREAM HE TOUGHT THAT BUILDING THE OPERA HOUSE WOULD BE LIKE PEELING AN ORANGE.