Port Jackson, containing Sydney Harbour, is the natural harbour of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The harbour is an inlet of the Tasman Sea. Widely considered to be 1 of the world's finest harbours, it is the location of the Sydney Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge. The location of the 1st European settlement in Australia, Port Jackson has continued to play a key role in the history & development of Sydney.

Sydney Harbour, Australia - foreground walkway leads to Sydney Opera House, mid-ground Circular Quay with ferry, further along is The Rocks, further along Sydney Harbour Bridge

© Harold Cazneaux, Pyrmont Marshalling Yards, Sydney, 1910. On rails, steam, train, smoke, railway, tracks, history, photograph, photo b/w.

© Harold Cazneaux, Pyrmont Marshalling Yards, Sydney, On rails, steam…

Horse Ferry at Bennelong Point.

Horse Ferry at Bennelong Point. Picture taken from "A Nation in the Making: Australia at the Dawn of the Modern Era" by Alasdair McGregor. Published by Australian Geographic, November 2011

Bennelong Point in 1954,long before the Opera House was built.Revealing the tram shed and small park that occupied the site.Photo from National Film and Sound Archive.A♥W

Bennelong Point in before the Opera House was built.Revealing the tram shed and small park that occupied the site.Photo from National Film and Sound Archive.

Martin Place Railway Station - looking towards Sydney Hospital - construction…

Martin Place Railway Station - looking towards Sydney Hospital - construction work underway. Dated: Digital ID: Rights: www.

Wynyard Square, Sydney 1858

Wynyard Square in Sydney in State Library of NSW.

Museum Railway Station in Sydney under construction.Photo from National Library of Australia.A♥W

Museum Railway Station under construction, Sydney [picture].

The first Spit Bridge across Middle Harbour,northern Sydney,whilst under construction in 1924.It was replaced with the current bridge which opened in 1958.Photo from State Library of NSW.A♥W

The first Spit Bridge across Middle Harbour, northern Sydney, whilst under construction in It was replaced with the current bridge which opened in Photo shared by the State Library of NSW.

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