New South Wales

Sydney – the hidden treasure of Australia

                    From the sanctuary of the pirates to a modern city with a developed economy, a recognized tourist and business center, Sydney is the true pearl of Australia. It is the capital of the state of New South Wales and rises over the Botany bay, where is located the world’s largest natural port-Port Jackson. Few people know that the famous sailor James Cook is the first European to set foot on the Australian land, exactly in Sydney, in 1770, but in fact, the city was founded in 1788 by the British Admiral Arthur Philip. In the 19th century near the city was found gold and Sydney became part of the famous “gold rush”, but today the city is shaken by half a million tourists who visit it every day. 

The core of Sydney

                    The core of the city

                    Sydney is a port city and therefore it’s not surprising that almost all important events and places of entertainment are concentrated in Circular Quay and in Darling HarborCircular Quay is a starting point from which you can reach some of the most significant landmarks such as the famous Sydney Opera and the Museum of Contemporary Art. In the summer, Circular Quay is the center of almost all festivals, and throughout the year the pedestrian zone is a place where passers-by can always enjoy interesting street performances. On the other hand, Darling Harbor offers a large selection of cafes, restaurants and entertainment venues. Here are also the most interesting Sydney attractions such as the Australian National Maritime, the Powerhouse Museum and the famous wax museum Madame Tussauds, as well as the Wildlife Zoo and one of the world’s largest aquariums Sea Life Sydney Aquarium. In Darling Harbor, there is also an interesting reminder of the city’s history, a replica of Captain Cook’s boat, which is a real attraction for tourists of all ages.

                    A mini paradise for relaxation and enjoyment

                    In Sydney, Royal Botanic Garden, Hyde Park and Taronga Zoo equally deserve the epithet of mini-paradise for nature lovers. Spread over 30 hectares, Royal Botanic Garden offers free enjoyment of the luxurious diversity of Australian and world fauna. Here you will find a large selection of thematic gardens such as gardens with roses, rare herbs, palm trees, orchids, and so on. Just like London’s famous park, Hyde Park in Sydney is a place where you can enjoy a family picnic or a relaxed walk between wonderfully arranged lawns and floral gardens. For the end of paradise enjoyment, you can choose the Taronga Zoo. The word “taronga” in the old Aboriginal language means “wonderful view” and this zoo will really offer you an incredible panorama of Sydney, but also an opportunity to be part of the “Roar and Snore” event, which means that you will be able to sleep among some of your favorite animals.

                    Sydney is really like a coffin with hidden treasure waiting to be found. Dynamic, exciting, with entertaining nightlife, suitable for adventurous research, or for happy family vacations this is a city that will attract you with its charm and diversity.

If you have been thinking about going to Emerald City , we urge you to fulfil your own wishes. This City is truly a gem and we wouldn’t want you to miss out and hope you don’t want either.

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