Sydney, Australia: Travel/Tourist Information Guide

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Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales. It is situated around the world's largest natural harbor located on Australia's east coast. It was back in 1770 that it first met with European James Cook. Today Sydney is a city culturally diverse. It welcomes large numbers of tourists who go visit to get a taste of what it has to offer. Though Sydney is famous for its Opera House, it also has many exciting activities to do and a buzzing nightlife. It is said to be a warm and welcoming place with friendly Aussies and indigenous wildlife. With fully functional transport systems and accommodation at good prices it's definitely a place worth visiting.

The Central Business District

The Central Business District is the heart of Sydney extending 3 km from Sydney Cove. It has some of the best known tourist attractions, such as Darling Harbor, Hyde Park, the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Sydney Harbor Bridge.

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The Rocks

The Rocks was the first area of Sydney to be settled by Europeans.

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City South

Chinatown. The Haymarket.

City East

Eastern Suburbs

The location of Sydney's most popular beaches, including Bondi Beach.

North Shore

On the opposite side of the Habor Bridge. Manly