The Sydney Opera House is in Sydney, Australia. It’s located on Bennelong Point, but to the Gadibal People it’s also known as Tubowgule or Dubbagulle. It was designed by Jørn Utzon and the building was completed in 1973. There are 3 separate structures – the Concert Hall, Joan Sutherland Theatre, and Bennelong Restaurant.
The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney.The facility features a modern expressionist design, with a series of large precast concrete “shells”,each composed of sections of a sphere of 75.2 metres (246 ft 8.6 in) radius,forming the roofs of the structure, set on a monumental podium.
The building covers 1.8 hectares (4.4 acres) of land and is 183 m (600 ft) long and 120 m (394 ft) wide at its widest point. It is supported on 588 concrete piers sunk as much as 25 m (82 ft) below sea level. The highest roof point is 67 metres above sea-level which is the same height as that of a 22-storey building. The roof is made of 2,194 pre-cast concrete sections, which weigh up to 15 tonnes each.
There are also smaller venues underneath such as the Utzon Room, Drama Theatre, Studio, Playhouse, and Yallamundi Rooms. You can access most of these room through the Box Office Foyer or Western Foyer. Around the Sydney Opera House you’ll find the Broadwalks, Monumental Steps, Forecourt, Circular Quay, and Sydney Harbour.