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Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest City.  The East Coast of Australia was surveyed in 1770 by the English Captain Cook and became a convict settlement in 1788 in Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour) at Circular Quay.  Early years were very difficult but the city grew to be one of the worlds great cities on many believe the worlds most beautiful harbour.  Today Sydney population is around 4.5 million with a mix of many cultures.  The city has come a long way since its early convict beginnings but still keeps an exciting mix of the old and the new with major companies head quarters and nearby 19th century sandstone buildings.

Sydney boasts beautiful beaches Bondi, Maroubra and Manly to the East, the famous Blue Mountains to the West and National Parks to the North and South.  There are attractions and sites for all ages and tastes.  The Harbour Bridge and Climb, a tour or Show in the Famous Opera House, City Shopping in busy Pitt or George Street, Taronga Zoo on the Harbour, eating out in trendy Oxford Street, Sydney’s bustling China Town, a Harbour Cruise ferry trip to Manly beach, bush walking at North or South Head, oversee the city from Centrepoint Tower the cities tallest building or Australia Square, Darling Harbour shows with the worlds largest Cinema Screens and one of the Worlds Greatest Aquarium, deep sea fishing, catch a Rugby League match at the 2000 Olympic stadium or a Cricket match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), the Botanical Gardens just to the east of the CBD, party in the Rocks near the south end of the Harbour Bridge or in the red light district Kings Cross in the East. The list goes on and on.

Sydney is nice to visit any time of the year.  Average temperatures are around 25°C but it can get to over 40°C in summer. Overall Sydneysiders enjoy well over 300 sunny days or more a year.

Hornsby Council

Visit Hornsby If you really want a sense of the real Australian story when you visit Sydney, then you will surely want to visit Hornsby. The...

Hunters Hill Council

Hunter's Hill - The geat Picket Fence Community Of Sydney Hunter’s Hill is located in on the North Shore of Sydney Australia. This...

Ku-Ring-Gai council

Ku-Ring-Gai council: Nature in Abundance Inside Sydney If you enjoy being in nature and want to see the bushland without leaving Sydney,...

Manly Council

Don’t Miss Manly Beach! If you are traveling to Australia then you must make a visit to Manly beach. This beach is located about 17...

Parramatta Council

Parramatta Council - Sydney Parramatta is an enchanting travel destination perfect for tourists who appreciate modern attractions coupled with...

Penrith Council

Go See Penrith When visiting Sydney, you should also go and visit Penrith, which is named for a town in Cumbria,England. Why the Council is...

Randwick Council

Randwick in Australia has become a very popular location for people to travel to. It has a great deal to offer and it isn’t far from Sydney...

Strathfield Council

The Strathfield council is the local governing body in Sydney Australia, and it includes the mayor. Six of the seven members on the council are...


Melbourne Cup Timetable 2009
Melbourne Cup Timetable. The Melbourne Cup 2009 is held at 3. November 2009. Find the Timetable for all races here.
Melbourne Cup 2008
The Melbourne Cup is the most important Australian thoroughbred horse racing. In 2008 the Emirates Melbourne Cup 2008 takes place at 4.11.2008 at 15:00 local time in Melbourne.
Russian flag on Mount Kosciuszko
Russian climber Alexey Kuzminykh and his team of alpinists reached Australia's highest mountain peak, Mt. Kosciuszko at 2228 m, where the Sochi 2014 flag now flies.