However, Sydney is more than just the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and beaches.
Here are 50 interesting facts I picked up while in Sydney to share with travellers and locals who may find them interesting to share with family and friends.
When we were deciding on locations for our own Greek odyssey back in 2009, ironically, we first thought of Corfu, as it was an island we had visited many times, particularly the northern part, which has spectacular beaches and historic mountain villages, such as Old Perithia.
We were quite in love with the beauty of the place for a while and its easy-going people, but in the end we decided against Corfu as, to us, it seemed the most ‘British’ of all the Greek islands because of its historic link with the UK and ironically probably because the Durrells’ association has lured more Brits there than anywhere else.
4) It is the capital of Australia's ICT industry, with 76 per cent of Australia's ICT regional headquarters and operating centres located in NSW.
You need to go off the beaten track to places such as the Mani and the nearby peninsulas (Messinia, Laconia) of the southern Peloponnese, or the far north and north-west of the Greek mainland.After APO took down Prophet 5, Vaughn returned and he and Sydney left APO for good.After her mother was supposedly killed in a car accident and her father was taken into custody, Sydney went to live with Arvin and Emily Sloane.Sydney receives over 10 million international and domestic visitors each year for its beaches and attractions.Given its favourable weather, rich European history, vibrant economy and diverse lifestyle options, it is not surprising that Australia's largest city is such a popular destination for tourist and migrants.