Sydney Opera House Model

Enjoy this super fun and free printable paper model. All of the paper models you find on this site are originals of!
What is a paper toy?
A paper toy is a little toy 3D model that can be built by cutting and folding paper. Use tape or glue to hold the edges together. Simply choose a template below, print it out, and get to work!
Our free papercraft models come in mostly PDF printable form and are available for download. Any type of paper can be used as long as you can print it. Choose a design, print it out, cut out the model, and start folding it together. We have lots of different designs and models to print. It's a fun DIY projects for kids, teens, and adults alike.

The Sydney Opera House is Australia's best-known contemporary building. Its imaginative design came from an international competition, won in 1956 by the Danish architect Joern Utzon (1918-). Costs mounted enormously during its construction and in the political controversy, Utzon resigned in 1966. It was finally completed in 1973, at a cost of over A$100 million, much of which came from a New South Wales government lottery.

Contruction Tip: It's best to glue the base to a sturdy piece of cardboard or wood. Otherwise the base may buckle and produce undesirable results.