Sydney Travel Guide
How to Live Work and Play in Sydney
- Sydney is the capital of New South Wales (NSW).
- Founded 26 January 1788.
- Population in 2018 5.23 million.
- Known for its beautiful harbour where you find the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
- The Harbour Bridge is known by the locals as the coat hanger due to its shape.
- Has over 100 beaches.
- Sydney officially became a city in 1842.
- George Street is the oldest street in Australia.
- There are 658 suburbs in the Greater Sydney Metropolitan area.
- Telephone area code is 02 and post codes all have 4 digits and start with a 2. Sydney being 2000.
- The Sydney Funnel Web Spider is one of the most dangerous spiders on earth.
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