Family activity in Circular Quay-Rocks area.
The two roosters engaged in a dancing fight symbolize strength and courage. Their beauty and confidence are highlighted with vibrant colors throughout their feathers.
Dragon is a fantastic being of immense power and mysticism and the emblem of Chinese Culture.
Celebrating Year of The Dog for Chinese New Year. These banners could be seen all over Sydney.
Eight playful rabbits practising tai chi. The rabbit is trusworthy, empathetic, friendl, sociable and relishing the company of others.
The tiger is admired for its prowess, ferocity and beauty. The tiger represents the greatest earthly power as well as protection over human life.
The snake is suspended under Sydney's Circular Quay station.
The ox is a nod to the game of Mahjong.
The three wise monkeys see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil.
This chariot is inspired by the chariots unearthed alonside the Terracotta Warriors of Xi'an. It is meant to acknowledge China's long military history.
The rat is colorful and dynamic.
Each dog is a life size model dog donation box. People voted for their favorite dog or charity by dropping coins in the boxes.
The stone relief is known as "The Settlers". There was a crafts festival in the area