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Sydney

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Sydney is known for its fantastic fresh food (especially seafood!), lively and exciting nightlife, great pubs and bars, world famous restaurants and cafe, excellent sporting facilities and its love of the arts.

Sydney is known for its fantastic fresh food (especially seafood!), lively and exciting nightlife, great pubs and bars, world famous restaurants and cafe, excellent sporting facilities and its love of the arts. 

Population: 4.757.083

The most populous city in Australia and Oceania, and constitute the most multicultural city in Australia and one of the most multicultural cities in the world. It is located on Australia's south-east coast.

Sydney is one of the world's most loved cities and it has a sunny and vibrant buzz that makes it the ultimate summer destination. There are always plenty of things to do in Sydney  during the warmer months, from sightseeing and alfresco dining, to fun in the sand and surf at one of Sydney's idyllic beaches. 

Fantastic beaches such as Bondi and Manly are close to the centre, and the city is surrounded by national parks. There are also many beautiful places to visit and things to do outside of the city. Sydney's people are friendly and down-to-earth and enjoy a carefree and safe lifestyle.

Source: http://www.sydney.com/

Sydney's climate is pleasantly temperate all year round with more than 340 sunny days a year. In summer (December to February), average maximum temperatures in Sydney are around 26°C.

It can also be humid at this time with an average humidity of 65 per cent. Average maximum temperatures in the winter (June-August) are around 16°C. Sydney's rainfall is highest between March and June.

Source:
http://www.australia.com/

Sydney transport options are many and varied. Whether you're travelling as a backpacker, in a family or with a group of friends or studnet, you'll find a city that's well organised with affordable public transport and plenty of private tour options.

Sydney's public transport system features a comprehensive network of train, bus and ferry services. Light rail lines, airport links, sightseeing buses and taxi services complement the network.

Sydney trains Services run from 4am to around midnight on most train lines. Sydney Buses  travel through the city and beyond almost 24 hours a day. A free city centre shuttle bus (route 555) operates every 10 minutes on a circuit from Central Station to Circular Quay, along George and Elizabeth streets. 

One - Way ticket (Local transport): 4.00 A$

Monthly Pass: 125.50 A$

See the Sydney Opera House: In terms of Australian icons, is perhaps the most recognisable symbol of Australia. Its unique, sail-like design and postcard-perfect location at beautiful Sydney Harbour make it one of the most highly photographed buildings in the world.

Visit Sydney's Beaches:
As the birthplace of Surf Life Saving, Sydney has a strong beach tradition. Many of Sydney's beaches are among the most famous in Australia simply because of their connection to the city - places such as Bondi, Manly and other areas.

Visit the Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains:
 One of the most treasured nature-based destinations in the state of New South Wales, the Blue Mountains continue to be the destination of choice for those looking for a single or several day escape from the city. The Blue Mountains region is also rich with a bevy of native Aussie wildlife. 

Cruise on Sydney Harbour:
As one of the best possible ways to explore one of the world's most beautiful harbours. There's everything from dinner cruises, speedy jet boats, romantic sailing tours and vintage tall ship adventures to whet your appetite.

Source: http://www.sydney.com

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