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Sydney Airport

Sydney's major airport is Kingsford Smith, 10km (6mi) south of the city centre. Getting between the city and Kingsford Smith is easy by train or car. There are taxi ranks in each terminal and a limousine hire service. The airport has three terminals, with Terminal One for international travellers. The Kingsford Smith has excellent facilities particularly for passengers travelling with children. As well as the usual wide range of shops, places to eat and drink, there are free showers, a prayer room, plenty of cash machines and assistance for disabled travellers. There is also plenty of parking.

Sydney City

The first humans arrived in Australia approximately 70,000 years ago from south east Asia. They developed a sophisticated culture that integrates religion, history, law, art and codes of behaviour into complex ceremonies. Their lifestyle remained essentially unchanged until the arrival of the British into Botany Bay in the 1770's.

From these ancient beginnings as the oldest settlement in the country, Sydney has become the economic centre of the nation and Australia's premier city. The success of the 2000 Olympics established Sydney as one of the world's great cities. The State capital of New South Wales, Sydney is a thriving centre for both business and the arts. The city has all the cosmopolitan amenities � top shopping, excellent restaurants and buzzing nightlife. Carved between the mountains and the sea, it also offers the ultimate in the great outdoors. The Pacific Ocean swells onto golden beaches, while further inland there are beautiful national parks.

Dates for Your Diary

January- The Sydney Festival, which includes open-air concerts, street theatre and fireworks.

January - The Great Ferry Boat Race celebrates Australia Day

February- Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras.

March/April -12-day Royal Easter Show brings the country to the city

June -The Sydney Film Festival.

October -The Manly International Jazz Festival and the Sydney Comedy Festival.

December /January - The Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race

Must See in Sydney

No visit to Sydney would be complete without a trip around Circular Quay. It is built around Sydney Cove and is considered by many to be the focal point of the city. For many years this was the shipping centre of Sydney, but it's now a recreational space, with harbour walkways, restaurants, buskers, parks, the Museum of Contemporary Art and, of course, the Sydney Opera House.

Darling Harbour is a harbourside leisure park. Its various venues include Sydney Aquarium and Powerhouse Museum, the Australian National Maritime Museum and plenty of shopping opportunities.

To get an impression of the original Sydney then Macquarie St has Sydney's greatest concentration of early public buildings. Most of these are open to the public.

For those who like the out door life then a visit to Bondi Beach is a must or maybe a trip to Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park which has over 100km (62mi) of shoreline, plenty of forest and wildlife and some magnificent Aboriginal rock art.