Hyde Park is one of the oldest parks in Australia. It is divided by the Park Street. The southern section of the park has the visitor centre, a number of monuments as well as statues, the ANZAC Memorial building and the pool of reflection. On the other hand, the northern section of the Hyde Park features multiple themes gardens like the iconic Nagoya Gardens and Sandringham adorned by the public art works, Archibald Fountain as well as the monuments and the water features.
Location: Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Highlights: It has some 16 hectares of the wide open space in the heart of the central Sydney. There is no shortage of the lush green grass here. So, it is an ideal spot for impromptu picnic.
Best Time: It is open all round the year, so you can visit any time.
Cost: Entry to the Hyde Park is free.