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Sydney 2

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Sydney 2

  1. 1. ~Sydney, Australia~ By SE
  2. 2. Section 1 About Sydney, Australia
  3. 3. Sydney Sydney is the most popular city in Australia, with a metropolitan area population of approximately 4.28 million. It is the state capital of New South Wales, and was the site of the first British colony in Australia. It was established in 1788 at Sydney Cove. A resident of the city is referred to as a Sydneysider.
  4. 4. The Sydney Opera House The Sydney Opera House is an expressionist modern design, with a series of large precast concrete shells. The Opera House covers 1.8 hectares of land. It is 605 ft. long and about 388 ft. wide at its widest point. Its power supply its equivalent for a town of 25,000 people. The Sydney Opera House is one of the architectural wonders of the world and Australia’s most famous landmark.
  5. 5. Sydney Harbour Bridge The Southern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge it is located at Millers Point, in the Rocks area, and the Northern end at Milsons Point in the lower North Shore area. The road across the bridge is known as the Bradfield Highway, and is about 1.5 miles long, connecting the north and south shore. Visitors can climb ladders For a dramatic 360 degree of the Harbour.
  6. 6. The Blue Mountains The Blue Mountains is perfect for exploring the best that nature has to offer. This is the best place to go if are wanting to experience fresh mountains air. The Blue Mountains offer many interesting things to do, Such as galleries, fine dining, shopping, spas, golf, naming just a few. This would be the right place to go to relax with your partner or By yourself, even for a good vacations with the whole family.
  7. 7. The Rocks The Rocks is one of the most-visited parts of Sydney. The Rocks is the foundation place of Sydney and Australia, and enormous historical significance. Most activities include walking around, looking and eating, but since The Rocks is Sidney’s oldest preserved colonial district, the main emphasis is on the historical importance of the area.
  8. 8. Surfing For surfers, Sydney can’t be compare to any metropolitan area in terms of the variety and quality of options available. Definitely the big guns are up on the North Shore. Matoubra Beach, Tamarama Beach, Bondi Beach, Mainly Beach and Newport Beach are some of the most popular beaches to surf.
  9. 9. Restaurants It is always hard to find a place that you like to go eat. Here in Sydney you would find some of the most incredible restaurants. Everyone always haves the Dream of a romantic date with the one you love by the sea and under the Stars, who doesn’t right?. A I R All Indian Belmain and On Shore Café Brasserie Are only two of the restaurants in Sydney that can make this dream come true.
  10. 10. The Water The water is also another major attraction for both locals and tourists. There’s A really popular dragon boats races that are held on weekends with amazing Colors and details and always with the wonderful view of Sydney’s most Known places.
  11. 11. Sydney Park Royal The Sydney’s Park Royal is one of the most beautiful and wonderful hotels in Australia. The Sydney’s Park Royal was once a shipping warehouse that is now Transformed in one of Sydney’s most notable hotels. It offers 470 rooms including 15 suites.
  12. 12. Parks Another major attraction in Sydney are the parks. And the Observatory Hill Park would be the best example. Stunning views of Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge are available from this magnificent hilltop park situated at the highest point in the city. Picnic beneath the giant Moreton Bay Fig trees then visit the Sydney Observatory to learn how stars are made. Features include: Grassed areas, large rotunda, and playground.
  13. 13. Section 2 Staying in Sydney
  14. 14. Flying to Sydney When going on vacations you always have to search and try to find the best flights offers. The cost of the flight would cost me $595 to go and another $595 to come back with taxes included, so the total cost for the flight to Sidney would be $1190.
  15. 15. Renting a Car Renting a car is the first thing you have to do when getting to your vacation Destination, to get around the place. The car that I will be renting is a Premium Convertible and it will cost me $634.86 for a whole week. This is a really good deal!!
  16. 16. Lodging I will be staying in an Australian Vacation Apartment close to the water and away from all the noise of the people and the traffic, it is only 30 minutes away from Sydney and there is a lot of activities to do nearby, for example, shopping, restaurants, theme parks, theaters, zoo and many other activities. The cost for this apartment would be $165 per night, in Australian dollars. So the total would be $1155.
  17. 17. Learning about Sydney Section 3
  18. 18. History In 1788, when it reached the first fleet of convicts brought from the United Kingdom, it is estimated that less than 8,000 Aboriginal people inhabited the region surrounding the city. Arthur Phillip founded the prison colony at Port Jackson, better known as the Bay of Sydney. In April 1789, an apparent outbreak of smallpox killed most of the aborigines. In addition to smallpox, a series of violent clashes between settlers and the original population, ended with more Aborigines, leaving a few hundred of them for 1820. The then governor of Australia, Lachlan Macquarie, decided to 'civilized, educated and Christianized, "and separated from their clans. Macquarie was the era of great development, and convicted built roads, bridges and public buildings. The arrival of immigrants from the British Isles between 1830 and 1850, led to the emergence of houses in the suburbs and the city expanded rapidly.
  19. 19. Languages and Leading Economic Activities Spoken languages in Sydney include Greek, spoken by 51,025 people and Arabic, spoken by 38,533 people. The other lesser popular languages are Cantonese, Italian, Mandarin and Vietnamese. Some people in the Southern Sydney Region also speak Greek, Portuguese and Macedonian. The fastest growing community languages in Sydney are Cantonese, Mandarin and Indonesia, while there has been a significant decline in Italian and Tagalog languages. Australia has an enviable, strong economy with a per capita GDP on par with the four dominant West European economies. Robust business and consumer confidence and high export prices for raw materials and agricultural products are fueling the economy, particularly in mining states. Australia's emphasis on reforms, low inflation, a housing market boom, and growing ties with China have been key factors behind the economy's 16 solid years of expansion

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