Friday, 4 May 2012


Although a number of early difficulties, including autocratic military governors, hunger and revolution, by the mid-nineteenth century Sydney was eastern Australia’s centre of commerce. This was in part due to the Gold Rush of 1851, which brought many immigrants to Australia’s eastern shores. European and Asian immigrants have always made up a significant proportion of Sydney’s population; giving the city a distinctly cosmopolitan style.Sydney is located in Australia, Oceania.

The most places visit by tourists is listed as below:

Blue Moutains, Bondi Beach, Chinatown, Harbour Bridge, Manly Beach, Sdyney Aquarium, Sydney Cove, The Rocks and…………

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