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Background imageSydney Collection: Bio Alain Colas

Bio Alain Colas
Photo prise le 28 novembre 1973 du navigateur francais Alain Colas a bord du Manureva, pendant son escale dans le port de Sydney (Australie)

Background imageSydney Collection: AUSTRALIA-BRITAIN-ROYALS-PHILIP

AUSTRALIA-BRITAIN-ROYALS-PHILIP
Australian flags fly at half-mast on the Harbour Bridge in Sydney on April 10, 2021, after Prime Minister Scott Morrison ordered flags to be flown at half-mast in the country to honour the passing of

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Weather-Bondi-Waves

Australia-Weather-Bondi-Waves
A swimmer at the Bondi ocean pool watches as a big wave pours into the pool as large seas pound the coast at Bondi Beach in Sydney on March 6, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Britain-Atkinson-Mr Bean

Australia-Britain-Atkinson-Mr Bean
British comedian and actor Rowan Atkinson dressed as his alter ego, Mr Bean, strikes a pose on Sydneys Bondi Beach, 07 March 2007. Atkinson is in Australia to promote his new movie, Mr Beans Holiday

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Ship-History-Endeavour

Australia-Ship-History-Endeavour
The Endeavour replica ship sails under the Sydney Harbour Bridge on May 21, 2012. The wooden vessel, a replica of Captain Cooks ship HM Bark Endeavour had just completed a 13-month 13

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Lifestyle-Beach-Lifeguards-Bondi

Australia-Lifestyle-Beach-Lifeguards-Bondi
Australias best known lifeguard Bruce Hoppo Hopkins (C) monitoring surfers out in open water at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Bruce Hopkins knows theres nothing better than the naked eye to spot the dangers

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Australia-Art-Vivid
A light show called " Vivid" is performed on the Sydney Opera House in Sydney on May 23, 2014. " Vivid" is a major outdoor cultural event featuring light installations

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AUSTRALIA-LIGHT-BRIDGE-EARTH HOUR
The Sydney Harbour Bridge are seen with their lights switched off during Earth Hour in Sydney on March 27, 2021. (Photo by Steven Saphore / AFP)

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AUSTRALIA-EARTH HOUR-SYDNEY-BRIDGE
The Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge are seen before Earth Hour in Sydney on March 27, 2021. (Photo by Steven Saphore / AFP)

Background imageSydney Collection: AUSTRALIA-SYDNEY-OPERA HOUSE-BOAT

AUSTRALIA-SYDNEY-OPERA HOUSE-BOAT
A boat sails in front of the Opera House on a sunny day in Sydney on April 10, 2021. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)

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AUSTRALIA-WEATHER-FIRES-OPERA HOUSE
The sails of the Opera House are lit with a series of images to show support for the communities affected by the bushfires and to express the gratitude to the emergency services

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Australia-Military-Navy
Projections light up the Sydney Opera House sails with the history of the Royal Australian Navy as they celebrate 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 5, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Lifestyle-St Patricks Day

Australia-Lifestyle-St Patricks Day
Australias iconic Sydney Opera House (C) is lit with green lights to mark St Patricks Day in Sydney on March 17, 2013. From Egypts pyramids to the Sydney Opera House

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Lifestyle-St Patricks Day

Australia-Lifestyle-St Patricks Day
A boat sails past Australias iconic Sydney Opera House (C) as it stands lit with green lights to mark St Patricks Day in Sydney on March 17, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Christmas-Beach

Australia-Christmas-Beach
Surf lifesavers (L) walk past a Christmas tree and an inflatable reindeer on Bondi Beach on Christmas Day in Sydney on December 25, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

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Australia-History-Architecture
The Sydney Tower is seen between buildings in the central business district of Sydney on October 5, 2016. Although Sydney is famous for its Harbour Bridge and Opera House

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Military-Navy

Australia-Military-Navy
Projections light up the Sydney Opera House sails with the history of the Royal Australian Navy as they celebrate 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 5, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Military-Navy

Australia-Military-Navy
Projections light up the Sydney Opera House sails with the history of the Royal Australian Navy as they celebrate 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 5, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Military-Navy

Australia-Military-Navy
Projections light up the Sydney Opera House sails with the history of the Royal Australian Navy as they celebrate 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 5, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Military-Navy

Australia-Military-Navy
Projections light up the Sydney Opera House sails with the history of the Royal Australian Navy as they celebrate 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 5, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Military-Navy

Australia-Military-Navy
Projections light up the Sydney Opera House sails with the history of the Royal Australian Navy as they celebrate 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 5, 2013

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Surf-Wave-Bondi

Australia-Surf-Wave-Bondi
A surfer takes a wave on Bondi Beach in Sydney on September 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Surf-Bondi-Wave

Australia-Surf-Bondi-Wave
A surfer takes a wave on Bondi Beach in Sydney on September 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

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Australia-Surfer-Wave-Bondi
A surfer takes a wave on Bondi Beach in Sydney on September 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Weather-Surf-Water

Australia-Weather-Surf-Water
A surfer (bottom L) paddles out as huge waves pound the shoreline on Bondi Beach in Sydney on September 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Theme-Street Art

Australia-Theme-Street Art
A surfer walks past wall artwork on the promenade at Sydneys iconic Bondi Beach. AFP Photo / Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Lifestyle-Tourism

Australia-Lifestyle-Tourism
This picture taken on March 6, 2017 shows ferries making their way to dock at the Sydney Harbour. / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

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Australia-Weather-Tamarama-Waves
People watch the spray as large seas pound the coast near Tamarama Beach in Sydney on March 6, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

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Australia-Weather-Tamarama-Beach
People relax on the beach in the Sydney suburb of Tamarama on December 14, 2016 after Sydneysiders sweltered through the hottest night ever recorded in December. AFP PHOTO / William WEST

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Lifestyle

Australia-Lifestyle
People relax on Sydneys iconic Bondi Beach as dark clouds pass by, on October 3, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

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Australia-Animal-Seagulls
animal, Horizontal, Peter Parks, Sydney, 000 G93F0

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Oly-2016-Aus-Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is lit up in the Australian colors to support the countrys Olympic team in Sydney on August 5, 2016 ahead of the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-New-Year

Australia-New-Year
A surfer walks towards the waves at the first sunrise of year 2016 on the Bondi Beach in Sydney on January 1, 2016. AFP PHOTO / Saeed KHAN / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

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Australia-New-Year
People celebrate the New Year 2016 at the sunrise on the Bondi Beach in Sydney on January 1, 2016. AFP PHOTO / Saeed KHAN / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

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Australia-New-Year
A couple kisses to celebrate New Year 2016 at the sunrise on the Bondi Beach in Sydney on January 1, 2016. AFP PHOTO / Saeed KHAN / AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-007-Brosnan / Harbour Bridge

Australia-007-Brosnan / Harbour Bridge
Vertical, BRIDGE, ACTOR, Sydney, 000 SAHK

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Australia-Viking / 2
With a Sydney Harbour ferry dwarfing the tiny Viking boat, Norwegian traditional boatbuilder Harald Dalland takes a small family sailboat for a run at Darling Harbour as part of the National Maritime

Background imageSydney Collection: Former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Mandela wears

Former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Mandela wears a traditional mortar board while receiving two honourary doctorates at the Sydney University, 04 September 2000

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Tourism-Harbour Bridge

Australia-Tourism-Harbour Bridge
This recent photo shows a sunrise over one of the worlds greatest tourism icons, the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The bridge which is fondly referred to by locals as the Coathanger

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Australia-Bridge-Harbour-Steel
A ferris wheel (L) at Luna Park, appears to tower over the Sydney Harbour Bridge (R) as it links the northern and southern shores

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Australia-Aborigines-National Sorry Day-Flags
An Australian flag (top-R) flies alongside an Aboriginal flag on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, 27 May 2005, with a spherical light shown (C)

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Tourism-Ferry

Australia-Tourism-Ferry
Tourists (below), sit outside on a ferry during a crossing of Sydney Harbour, 10 April 2005. Australias tourism industry is less than half as large as claimed by the government

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania

Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania
The Spirit of Tasmania III, a German built 174-metre long, 23, 663-tonne ocean going passenger and car ferry, moves under the Sydney Harbour bridge, 10 April 2005

Background imageSydney Collection: All Aboard for the Sydney Ferry

All Aboard for the Sydney Ferry
Tourists (L), prepare to board a ferry to make a harbour crossing past Sydneys famous Opera House (top-L), 10 April 2005. Australias tourism industry is less than half as large as claimed by

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Kites-Spin-Sock

Australia-Kites-Spin-Sock
A giant kite called a spin sock floats above surfers at Bondi Beach in Sydney, 12 September 2004. The spin sock was one of a number of kites forming part of the 26th " Festival of

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Kites-Windmill

Australia-Kites-Windmill
A giant kite in the form of an Australian outback windmill floats above surfers at Bondi Beach in Sydney, 12 September 2004

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Tourism-Ship-Adonia

Australia-Tourism-Ship-Adonia
The PO Cruises liner " Adonia" (L-top), the first adults-only cruise ship to visit Australia, sits in Sydney Harbour 27 February 2004, as the Manly ferry (R-below) docks at a wharf

Background imageSydney Collection: Australia-Kites-Whale-Bondi

Australia-Kites-Whale-Bondi
A giant kite in the shape of a whale lifts off from Bondi Beach in Sydney, 12 September 2004. The whale was one of a number of kites forming part of the 26th " Festival of the Winds"



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