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Book a window seat for your flight to Sydney: day or night, this city sure is good-lookin’. Scratch the surface and it only gets better. Making a SplashDefined just as much by its rugged coast as its exquisite harbour, Sydney relies o...
Australia’s best musicians, foodies, actors, writers and architects flock to Sydney: a hyperenergetic, ambitious marketplace of the soul, where anything goes and everything usually does.
The second-biggest city in Nova Scotia and the only real city on Cape Breton Island, Sydney is the embattled core of the island's collapsed industrial belt. The now-closed steel mill and coal mines were the region's largest employers and now the city feels a bit empty, but there a...
After struggling through the traffic of Sydney’s northern suburbs, you can choose whether to motor straight up the freeway to Newcastle or meander along the Central Coast. Truth be told, neither route will be a highlight of your trip, b...
Chances are Sydney will be your introduction to Australia's East Coast and there simply isn't a better one. The city’s spectacular harbour setting, sun-kissed beaches and sophisticated sheen make it unique in...
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...t Australians live along the coast, and most of these folks live in cities. In fact, Australia is the 18th-most urbanised country in the world: it follows that cities here are a lot of fun! Sydney is a glamorous collusion of beaches, boutiques and bars. Melbourne is all arts, alleyways and Australian Rules football. Brisbane is a subtropical town on the way up; Adelaide has festive g...
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