The Sydney Opera House is a center for performing arts with multiple venues. It is located on Bennelong Point near the Sydney Harbour Bridge in New South Wales, Australia. This landmark was built by Jørn Utzon in 1957 and was formally opened in 1973 by the Queen of Australia herself, Elizabeth II. By 2007, this place was declared as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. This opera house has various facilities and venues to offer for diverse performances and occasions.
Facilities and Performance Venues