Sydney is in the state New South Wales, the place where the first European settlement was established in 1788.
Australia’s fastest growing economy and biggest city in Australia, Sydney has approximately 4.6 million people and is built around the world’s most spectacular water harbours, which has shaped the city since settlement. Sydney also dominates other major attractions including its distinctive artistic Opera House, huge Harbour Bridge, the historic Rocks area, and superb beaches and national parks.
In the year 2000 Australia was put on the map and Sydney hosted the Olympic Games, Sydney showed off to the world it’s modern and natural beauties and hey we do exist down under. The harbour divides the city into northern and southern halves, with Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Harbour Tunnel joining the two shores.
The coast line of Sydney offers breath taking beaches and swimming spots such as Clovelly, Bronte, Coogee and Australia’s famous Bondi Beach. When choosing to Study in Sydney we offer a range of packages from outdoor adventures such as learn to surf, scuba diving, whale watching and many outdoor activities.
Sydney is one of the most expensive cities in Australia to live but keep in mind the average wage and income can be higher in most jobs comparing to the rest of Australia. Sydney’s educational system offers a large variety of educational providers and courses to choose from and is considered to be the cheapest study destination in Australia due to its vast range private educational sectors such as learning English and vocational studies. Due to Sydney large population, service industry and fast economy, one may experience more course and job opportunities comparing to other states depending one each individual.