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Sydney is the biggest city in Australia with around 4 million inhabitants. In the year 2000 the city hosted the Olympic games. In Sydney you can find a few world famous iconic landmarks like the Sydney opera house and the Sydney harbor bridge. Next to attractions like the Sydney tower, the royal Botanical gardens and Luna Park Sydney also has around 40 beaches.
(The Sydney Harbour bridge)
The Rocks is one of the oldest parts in Sydney and it gives you a good taste of Sydney’s past. This is where the first settlers came on shore at the Circular Quay. This is also the area where people come together to celebrate New Year’s Eve as you have a great view of the Sydney harbour bridge.
The city centre in Sydney is the financial heart of Australia. The area is very busy during the day and the streets are far less busy after the offices close. Here you’ll find the Sydney tower from where you have an excellent view of the city. Next to the city centre lies Hyde Park where you can escape the busy city.
Darling harbor is an area that is well known for its many museums and attractions. Here you can find the Australian National Maritime Museum and the Sydney Aquarium. A little South of Darling Harbour you can find China Town.
The Botanic Gardens and the Domain
The Botanic Gardens and the Domain can be seen as the green lungs of Sydney. It is the perfect getaway inside the city. It is the place to be during the Sydney festival in January when there are many free concerts in the Domain.
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