Darling harbour is located in the New South Wales in Sydney.
Each year the harbour gets over 1.3 millions visitors. The
Darling Harbour is at the western side of the Sydney central
business district. There are over fifty places to drink and eat
at Darling Harbour. The harbour side has a large choice of
shopping places, restaurants, bars and stores. There are at the
Darling Harbour a large number of attractions as the Sydney
Chinese Gardens, Paddy’s Market, Star City Casino, Tumbalong
Park, the Sydney Aquarium, the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney
Convention and Exhibition Centre. You can also admire the spiral
fountain of the harbour. At Darling harbour you will also
discover the Pyrmont Bridge. During an economic downturn in 1929
the east part of the darling harbour was known as The Hungry
Mile. The harbour got its name from the Lieutenant General Ralph
Darling, who was also the governor of the New South Wales
between the years 1825 and 1831.