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Sydney

Introduction of Sydney

Sydney is located on the east coast of Australia and is the capital of New South Wales. It is the most populous and most densely populated city in Australia with a population of about 4.5 million (2016).

Sydney is Australia's most prosperous modern metropolis and the richest and economic most developed city in the southern hemisphere. Sydney is one of the "most beautiful cities in the world" because of its pleasant climate, clean environment, sweet air and high quality of life. Sydney has been rated as one of the most livable cities in the world for many years. Sydney is also one of the highest living standards cities in the world, ranking the top 10 cities in the world for many years. Sydney is also one of the most expensive cities in the world, ranking the top 10 most expensive cities in the world for many years.

The common name in English is Sydney Sydneysider".. Sydney was Europe's first Australian colonial settlement and exile as a criminal, founded in 1788 by Arthur Philip, captain of the British First Fleet, in Sydney Bay.

Sydney seem to be God's favorite city, with the world's unique natural environment, blue sky, sea, harbor, beach, and wonderful weather, all this has created Sydney unparalleled charm, and thus made Sydney a famous international tourist resort. Sydney human attractions are also world-famous in addition to the natural environment, Sydney Opera House (Sydney Opera House) and Sydney Harbour Bridge (Sydney Harbour Bridge) are the representatives and pride of Sydney. Furthermore, the Sydney has held a number of important international sporting events, including the 1938 Commonwealth Games, the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and the 2003 World Cup Rugby.

Like most Australian cities, Sydney is not administratively a whole, and the Sydney metropolitan area, known as the "Greater Sydney ", consists of numerous municipalities, each with a certain administrative independence. The Sydney city center, known as the City or CBD, area is not large, is the city's main administrative and business district, densely populated, tall buildings, a modern metropolis scene, the city center residential housing is also dominated by high-rise apartments; Out of the city centre, however, the population density is markedly reduced, and the majority of the city's inhabitants live in areas known as Suburb, whose homes are dominated by single-family or parallel buildings, known as House or Townhouse, with large areas of green space and urban parks, each of which has its own commercial centres and resources, such as health care and education, which can meet daily needs without having to run to the city centre, which is why, although the large Sydney have less than 6 million inhabitants, the size is far greater than that of the the domestic population, Such as from the southern Sutherland County (Sutherland) to the northern palm beach (Palm Beach), a straight line of more than 55 kilometers, compared with the same population of Nanning, the capital of Guangxi, the wider east-west length of only about 20 kilometers.


Monthly weather averages of Sydney

     
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Airport(s) of Sydney


Visitor centre of Sydney

  • Addr: 33 Wheat Rd (Palm Grove), Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000
  • Tel: 1800 067 676

Traffic guide of Sydney

Public transport options in Sydney

In Australia, public transport is used quite frequently, and Sydney is no exception. to take public transport including buses, train 、 ferries and light rail in sydney, you need to buy an australian treasure card (Opal card), which can be purchased at a cooperative newsstand, post office, convenience store and supermarket, or within the arrival airport terminal.

APA card needs to be recharged to use, and can be recharged at convenience stores, train stations and ferry stations. Please swipe your card on the card reader when you get on the bus.

The Apostolica covers all means of transport throughout Sydney as well as, Blue Mountain (Blue Mountains), Central Coast (Central Coast), Huntsman Valley (Hunter Vallery), Irawara (Illawarra) and Southern Highlands (Southern Highlands).


train

City Circle 是一条环市train 线路,在以下站点停靠: central 车站(Central Station)、博物馆(Museum)、圣詹姆斯站(St James Station)、市政厅(Town Hall)、温妮雅(Wynyard)、环形wharf (Circular Quay)和马丁广场(Martin Place). train is the most convenient way to visit the city center. When you live north of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, you can take the North Bank Line at central Station, Winnie central (Wynyard) and City Hall, pass the bridge to the North Bank, then turn north across the bridge.

To get to King's Cross (Kings Cross) and Bondy Hub (Bondi Junction)(gateway to Bondy Beach), you can take the T4 Eastern Suburban Line (T4Eastern Suburbs) and the Irawara Line (Illawarra Line) via central Station, City Hall and Martin Square (Martin Place). If you have plans, you can take the Blue Mountain Line from central Station. This route will pass through the vibrant town of Paramata (Parramatta) west of Sydney, and will also lead to Blue Mountain Station, which has attractions such as Wentworth Falls (Wentworth Falls), Lula Town (Leura) and Cartoon Bar Town (Katoomba).


Light Rail

Sydney's light rail covers the route from Central Station to Dulwich Hill. Whether it is to go to Chinatown, Powerhouse Museum, Darling Harbour, The Star, or the Australian National Maritime Museum, it is the most convenient choice.


Bus bus

Sydney has a well-developed network of bus lines, many of which depart from Windyard (Wynyard) and Circular Quay through the city to the suburbs, beaches and remote areas of Sydney. For Bondi Beach (Bondi Beach) and the eastern suburbs, you can take Route 380 or 333. M30、M10、308、352、355、412、422、426 and 428 bus routes are available if you want to travel from downtown to fashionable inner and inner blocks such as New Town (Newtown), Salishan (Surry Hills) and Alexandria New District (Alexandria).

Plus, on Eddie Avenue (Eddy Avenue) in front of central station, there is a cross-regional bus route to Blue Mountain, along the coast to other Australian towns. The bus operators include Firefly Express、 Grace, Murrays and Priors Scenic Express..

You can also take the Sydney-Sightseeing Bus (Big Bus Sydney) in Sydney, a bus route from the Ring wharf, which stops at 33 destinations, each between 20-30 minutes. One-day or two-day tickets are purchased in advance to tour the top attractions around Sydney including King's Cross, Barangaro (Barangaroo), Rock (The Rocks) and Bondi Beach.


Ferry

Sydney has a sparkling harbour view and a ferry tour is perfect. a number of ships from the ring wharf, sailing around the sydney harbour, leading to eight important destinations. Take a direct F1 ferry route to Manley Beach (Manly Beach), a popular coastal resort, and a direct F2 ferry route to the Taronga Zoo (Taronga Zoo). You can also find more routes to Sydney Moon Park (Luna Park Sydney), Balangaru (Barangaroo), Darling Harbor (Darling Harbour), etc.

check the sydney ferry map for all routes to the sydney ferry network.


Roundtrip Airport

To and from the domestic and international terminals of Sydney Airport (Sydney Airport), take the South Line of the T8 Airport Line, which stops at stops at the City Circle Line. The city is about 10-15 minutes away from the airport, with a departure interval of every 10 minutes.

After arriving at the airport, you can also use taxi and carpool services. 20 minutes drive to downtown Sydney.

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4,526k (2016)

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