Greater Sydney map showing major arteries. Suburbs and places to go include Sydney Airport, Newtown, Blackheath, Katoomba, Richmond, Windsor, Gosford, Wollongong, Hornsby, Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, Palm Beach, Chatswood, Parramatta and Cronulla. Also shows surrounds, including the Blue Mountains National Park, The Entrance on the Central Coast and to the south east, the Royal National Park.
The Blue Mountains have been a nearby Sydney Getaway for many years for Sydney-siders, nowadays, international visitors also go to see the views, history, flora and fauna of these ancient mountains.
The greater Sydney region encompasses an area much larger than the city center itself. Extending from the many splendid beaches on the east coast such as Bondi to the foot of the Blue Mountains in the west, as far north as the Hawkesbury and as far south as Campbelltown in the South:
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An interesting way to explore the city and surrounds, including our ferries is of course:
The population of Sydney passed the 4 million mark, more than half the New South Wales population. It would be difficult to name an ethnic group not included in that number.
To the immediate north, nearby Central Coast and just south of Sydney Regions are well worth visiting, they all have their own charms. Find small fishing villages with the freshest of seafood in the restaurants and markets, historical townships and stunning national parks.
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New South Wales accommodation includes hotels, motels, luxury resorts, caravan parks, camping, bed and breakfasts, backpackers and youth hostels:
Sydney and NSW Museums:
City trains are an easy way to get to and from Sydney Airport:
To see information about our Sydney wine growing regions:
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