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What is Sydney
Sydney is the capital city of the south-eastern Australian state of New South Wales, situated on Port Jackson, more commonly known as "Sydney Harbour". With a population of just over 4.25 million, Sydney—the "Harbour City"—remains the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. Sydney has a reputation worldwide as one of the world's most beautiful cities, brimming with historical associations and globally influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, cuisine and design. The city is also home to many unique architectual styles, including the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet.
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Australian Museum | Bondi Beach | Campbell Parade - Bondi Beach | Circular Quay | Darling Harbour | Fish Market | Fort Denison | Hernandez Cafe Restaurant | Manly | Pyrmont Bridge | Queen Victoria Building | Randwick Racecourse | Rookwood Cemetery | Royal Botanic Gardens | Slide Bar-Cabaret | Sydney College of the Arts | Sydney Harbor | Sydney Harbour Bridge | Sydney Olympic Park | Sydney Opera House | Sydney Tower | Taronga Zoo
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"It is located about three kilometers north of the Sydney central business district ,to which it is directly linked by road and rail across the Sydney Harbour Bridge."
"At the heart of the city is the harbour ,arguably one of the most beautiful waterways in the world, where the curves of the Sydney Opera House shimmer in the sunlight and dozens of white sails float beneath the Harbour Bridge."
"Areas of interest to the traveller would include: Newtown ,bussling and unpretentious King street, has an exotic street population to delight any photographer in pursuit of that unexpected mix of images that makes an exciting or humourous photograph of wonderous peoples and stranger things; Glebe ,Glebe Point Road, heavily student-oriented (University of Sydney and University of Technology) bookshops, take-aways, cakeshops, youth hostels and at the end of the road Federation Park and a delightful waterfront walk where you spot the Harbour Bridge in the distance between the pylons of the Anzac Bridge looming large in front of you; Balmain ,the once-working class gentrified peninsula now the site of many expensive avant-garde houses and rennovations set amongst some of the remaining small sandstone workers' cottages (try a ferry from the Circular Quay to East Balmain) and Leichhardt with its pseudo-Italian milieu generated in Norton street with many Italianate coffee shops and restaurants -(Cafe Sport and Bar Italia going back to the bad old 1960s when Calabrian cafes served free espressos subsidised by clandestine gaming back-rooms) -its Italian Forum, safe for kids to play around the fountain whilst parents wonder what the bronze statue of Dante is thinking, encircled with noisy restaurants staffed by eagle-eyed waiters in black and white."
"Luna Park: ,1 Olympic Dr., Milson's Point, tel: 02 9033 7676,  Is a large theme park situated near the Sydney Harbour Bridge, it's mouth shaped entrance can be seen from many areas of Sydney as well as the large Ferris Wheel."
"The Rocks is now magnificently restored, and is linked by the Harbour Bridge (opened 1932) with North Sydney."
"Together with the commercial district of North Sydney ,joined to the CBD by the Harbour Bridge, the most significant outer business districts are Parramatta  in the central-west, Penrith  in the west, Bondi Junction in the east, Liverpool  in the southwest, Chatswood to the north, and Hurstville to the south."
"Nearby the Sydney Harbour Bridge, visit the Rocks area where the first settlement in Australia took place and that still offers a wonderful insight into the way things were a long time ago."
"It is Australia's largest financial centre and a major international tourist destination ,notable for its beaches and twin landmarks: the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge."
"While high culture attracts some to the Opera House, gaudy nightlife attracts others to Kings Cross."
"A sunset swim at Bronte or Tamarama beaches puts me in the mood to see a few more bodies beautiful -so why not catch a brilliant Sydney Dance Company performance at the Sydney Opera House."
"A couple of good areas to choose from and an easy enough 30 min walk from central to downtown Rocks/Quay/Opera House area or over to Darling Harbour."
"Sydney is also home to many unique architectual styles, including Sydney's most recognized architecture: the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on earth."
"Catch a ferry to Manly for great views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Sydney's regular water environment and on to funky beach life and great surfing on the big beach."
"Here too, on the harbor, is Sydney's principal sight, the new Opera House."
"Even at the end of a marathon flight across the Pacific, there's renewed vitality in the cabin as the plane circles the city, crossing the branching fingers of the harbor, where thousands of yachts are suspended on the dark water and the sails of the Opera House glisten in the distance."
kimisiitari from Finland wrote about Sydney 4 years, 10 months ago
I suggest that you spend one night on dinner cruise. The boat takes a nice trip on Sydney harbor area and you can see the whole city with night lights, and at the same time you enjoy nice seafood buffet. Some of the cruises are little bit expensive, but I think it's worth money. The best thing is to go to harbor one hour before the cruises and ask discounts. Normally they offer you buffet with free drinks by the price of normal buffet. If you do this don't get too wasted and past out on Darling Harbor as someone did...
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jussi from Finland wrote about Sydney Harbor 4 years, 10 months ago
Sydney's opera house is a must-see symbol of the city. Its sail like form fits well in the busy harbor. We took a ferry from the harbor to Sydney zoo. It was a good way to see the harbor, the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House as a whole.
sami from Finland wrote about Fish Market 4 years, 10 months ago
The Fish Market in Sydney is a splendid place to visit for lunch, if you like seafood. The place has to offer plenty of small establishments selling very fresh seafood at very reasonable prices - everything from lobsters to oysters. While as such working as a wholesale auction place for fish and other products of the sea, the fish market is also a quite popular tourist attraction due to the marketplace atmosphere and the quality of food on offer.
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