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Things To See In Hyde Park
Archibald Fountain Archibald Fountaion
The Archibald Fountain or J.F. Archibald Memorial Fountain is located on the north end of Hyde Park in Sydney CBD. It was named after J.F. Archibald, owner and editor of The Bulletin magazine, who gave funds to have it built.
Giant Chess Hyde Park Giant Chess Set
A giant outdoor chess set west of Archibald Foundation near the Elizabeth Street side entrance of St James Train Station.
Sandringham Garden Sandringham Garden
Sandringham Garden is a terraced garden on the eastern side of Hyde Park North. This garden is a memorial to King George V and VI and was opened by the Queen during her first visit to Australia in 1954. It is named after the British Royal family's residence in Norfolk, England.
ANZAC War Memorial
ANZAC War Memorial is a Sydney landmark located in the centre of the Hyde Park South. It is the main commemorative military monument of Sydney, Australia.
Pool Of Reflection
Pool of Reflections is located in the centre of Hyde Park South.
Emden Gun
Emden Gun is a war trophy which stands at the south-east corner of Hyde Park South facing Oxford Street.
Captain Cook Statue
The statue of Captain James Cook the English explorer of Australia’s east coast.
The Obelisk
The obelisk was erected in 1857 on the western side of Hyde Park South, opposite Bathurst Street