About Sydney

Live in the World’s Favourite City

Sydney is a cosmopolitan, vibrant, dynamic, multi-cultural City with a rich history, world famous tourist attractions, exciting events and shows. With its National Parks and Sydney Harbour, this dynamic City welcomes over 3 million international visitors every year.

Circular Quay and the Opera Bar by night

Circular Quay and the Opera Bar by night

Sydney boasts the world’s best beaches, amazing weather, incredible shopping, exciting entertainment options and wide range of restaurants and dining experiences from around the world.

The Sydney CBD is home to Sydney’s major shopping centres, hotels and entertainment venues, as well as many of its important financial and business institutions. The architecture ranges from contemporary chic to important historical buildings, and includes, of course, the iconic Opera House.

Sydney Harbour Bridge and the iconic Opera House

Sydney Harbour Bridge and the iconic Opera House

Of course there’s more to Sydney than its wonderful harbour and World Heritage-listed Opera House. The Rocks is Sydney’s oldest residential precinct: convict tents were erected here in 1788. Traces of the early settlements are still found in The Rocks, along cobbled laneways, historic pubs and churches. The Rocks today is also a place for excellent shopping and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Other attractions include Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower, the Powerhouse Museum, the Australian National Maritime Museum, Bondi Beach, the local wineries, and further afield, the stunning Blue Mountains.

There is no other place in the world like Sydney!

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