The talesofasia guide to Sydney
by Matt Kemp
updated August 23, 2005
Sydney, home to a diverse mix of more than 4 million people, is the largest city in Australia. Sydney boasts a fascinating history, is home to a number of world famous landmarks and (in the inner suburbs at least) appears to have a bar or restaurant on practically every corner. Apart from being an excellent destination in itself, it also provides a convenient base to explore the rest of the country. All prices listed are approximate values and are in Australian dollars. Rather than drawing my own dodgy maps of locations discussed in this guide, www.citysearch.com and www.whereis.com.au both provide excellent searchable maps of the city.
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