Chinese Garden of FriendshipThe Chinese Garden of Friendship is a garden in Chinatown, Sydney. Designed in the form of private gardens, the garden was made in the Ming Dynasty and offers the people a botanical insight into Chinese culture and heritage. Filled with beautiful bamboo plants and glistening waterfalls, the whole garden cannot be seen from anywhere within the botanical garden. The Chinese Garden of Friendship has a Dragon Wall. This symbolizes the bond between the Guangzhou and the New South Wale. There is a Tea House that offers the visitors a refreshing and a traditional ethnic Chinese tea. You can also get some incredible refreshments here.
Highlights: Chinese Garden of Friendship is also a popular venue for weddings.
Location: Pier street, Darling harbor, Sydney, NSW
Best time to visit: September to November, March to May
Admission fee: For adults the admission fee is $6 and for the children below the age of 12, the admission fee is $3.