Living in Sydney
One of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, Sydney is an exciting, but safe, city with an international range of services and a clean natural environment. A high standard of education and good student services have given Sydney a reputation as the perfect place to study.
With a mild to warm climate, Sydney’s numerous clean and safe parks and beaches are perfect for enjoying outdoor activities and a healthy lifestyle. In 2000, Sydney hosted “the best Olympics ever” (former president of the IOC Juan Antonio Samaranch) which reflects the positivity, energy and harmony that exists within the city.
Sydney has a rich mixture of ethnic and cultural groups and an international atmosphere. With hundreds of restaurants, cafes and cultural attractions, Sydney has something for everyone and many experiences to discover.
Transport is another area where Sydney excels. Sydney possesses a fleet of modern and clean fleet of trains, buses and taxis that are safe, reliable and inexpensive.
Sydney’s natural environment consists of a unique range of native plants and animals, many of which can be experienced in various easily-accessible zoos and pristine national parks which surround Sydney.
It is because of all these features that Sydney has become one of the world’s most popular tourist and study destinations.