New South Wales is Australia’s most popular state and home to Sydney, the country’s largest city. There are more than one hundred beaches in Sydney, which is located along Australia’s southeast coast.
Sydney, formerly a penal colony that left convicts to fend for themselves, grew into a thriving port city during the 19th century. Sydneysiders, who call themselves Sydneysiders, are born overseas, and nearly half of their population was born overseas. It is therefore a foodie’s paradise in the city, with restaurants representing almost every international cuisine.
With its sail-like structures, the Sydney Opera House is truly one of the city’s most recognizable attractions. It was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon in an international competition and won the competition. Another notable attraction is the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which is nicknamed “the coathanger” due to its shape.
Outdoor activities are ideal in Sydney due to its moderate climate, beaches, and parks. From the beaches to the Central Business District, hotels are spread throughout the city’s neighborhoods.