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Situated on Vancouver's waterfront and featuring distinctive architectural sails, Canada Place was originally constructed for the 1986 Expo as the Canadian Pavilion. It was formally opened by Prince Charles and the then Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney. Today it contains the Vancouver Convention Centre, the city's World Trade Centre and a luxury hotel. The white sails are often compared to those of the Sydney Opera House.
Another structure worth admiring is the beaux arts, Sun Tower on West Pender Street, with its fake copper dome adorning the roof. The building was originally commissioned as the home of the newspaper, The Vancouver World and when completed in 1912 was the tallest building in the British Empire. The name comes from newspaper who purchased the building in 1937, the Vancouver Sun.
Also consider exploring the Carter-Cotton Building.
Vancouver Airport (YVR)
Flights from Australia to Vancouver will disembark at Vancouver International Airport .
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is located on Sea Island, south of the centre and serves around 17 million passengers a year. The terminal features an extensive collection of Pacific Northwest Coast Native art.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Vancouver International Airport. Book your Vancouver Airport accommodation.
Getting to Vancouver
There are many airlines that offer flights to Vancouver from Australia. Direct flights from Sydney take around 14 hours. Flights from Sydney via Los Angeles or Auckland take between 20 and 23 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Melbourne via Sydney take around 18 hours. Flights from Melbourne via Los Angeles or Auckland take between 20 and 24 hours depending on the stopover.
Airlines that fly to Vancouver
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Vancouver from Australia include: