Bikes, skateboards and scooters BANNED from footpaths near to the Sydney Opera House - because too many pedestrians are being injured
Tourists may have to choose a new way to visit one of Sydney's iconic landmarks as too many pedestrians are at risk of injury.
Bikes, skateboards and scooters, and any other mode of transport that doesn't have an engine, will no longer be allowed past the boundary that leads up to the Sydney Opera House.
In 2016, after commissioning an underground loading dock in 2016 the popular attraction stopped what it called 'non-essential' from the forecourt and boardwalks around the Opera House.
This move lead to Opera House architect Jorn Utzon’s vision for this area as a pedestrian-friendly... read more
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