Australian National Maritime Museum
Beneath an Utzon-like roof (a low-rent Opera House?), the Maritime Museum sails through Australia’s inextricable relationship with the...
James Craig Square-Rig Sailing Adventure
The James Craig is a hulking three-masted iron barque built in England in 1874. Abandoned in Tasmania in the 1930s, she was floated to...
Sydney by Sail
Departing daily from outside the Maritime Museum, Sydney by Sail offers cruises (three hours $150) and courses, including a weekend...
This 2000-seat theatre within the casino stages big-name musicals and the occasional concert.
Din Tai Fung
80 Pyrmont St · interesting places nearby
The Star information
After a name change and a $961-million renovation, the Star reopened in late 2011 amid much hype and hoopla. The complex includes high-profile restaurants, bars, a nightclub, an excellent food court, a light rail station and the kind of high-end label stores that will ensure that in the unlikely event that you do happen to strike it big, a large proportion of your winnings will remain within the building.