Recording Studios Sydney – Reasons to Record in Sydney Part I

Sydney is a beautiful city.  It has one of the most beautiful harbours in the world.  When it comes to Recording Studios Sydney, you can’t go past Crash Symphony Productions for it’s location in this iconic city. For overseas visitors Sydney has a lot to offer. When you are out of our recording studios in Sydney there is alot to do an see:

Recording Studios Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is an iconic landmark.  It took 14 years to build and was officially opened by Queen Eleizabeth II on 20 Oct 1973.  It was designed by Danish Architect Jørn Utzon.  The shells are precast concrete and each semisphere section has the same radius.  The roof covering has over 1 million tiles. It is a world class performing arts centre Housing Several venues.  The Sydney Opera House is a short ferry ride from our Recording Studios in Sydney.

Recording Studios Sydney to Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is Australia’s most famous beach it is 7 kilometres east of Sydney CBD and about 10 kilometres from our Recording Studios in Sydney. Bondi = Aboriginal word = water breaking over rocks or noise of water breaking over rocks it became a public beach 9 June 1882 and was added to the Australian National Heritage List in 2008.  Bondi is known for it’s amazing cafe’s and restaurants abd is a great place to go and have a bit to eat after a session at our recording Studios in Sydney.

Recording Studios Sydney to Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is a beautiful waterfront area in Sydney’s CBD with bars and restaurants, great nightlife, incredible gardens and world class conference and entertainment facilities.  In the 1970s the area was just a series of empty warehouses and in 1984 it was announced that the whole area would be redeveloped for culture, recreation and business for the people of Sydney.  It Re-opened in 1988 by Queens Elizabeth II, during Australia’s Bicentennial Celebrations.