Tables Of Content

 About
 History
 Climate
 Economy
 Culture
 Religion
 Education
 Reference
About Sydney
 Sydney gets more than 10 million global and household guests
every year for its shorelines and attractions.

 Sydney is 12th Most expensive City.

 Sydney is Also a Capital of Australia ICT Industry and is 76
percent of Australia ICT Regional, Headquarters are located in

 English ,Arabic, Greek and Many Languages are spoken in

 Cricket is the Most Popular game in Sydney and the World cup
hosted by this city in 2015.
 The first people to inhabit the area now known as Sydney were
indigenous Australians having migrated from northern Australia
and before that from southeast Asia.

 Radiocarbon dating suggests human activity first started to
occur in the Sydney area from around 30,735 years ago

 The earliest British settlers called them Eora people. "Eora" is
the term the indigenous population used to explain their origins
upon first contact with the British.
 The climate of Sydney is humid subtropical shifting from
mild and cool in winter to warm and hot in the summer

 Rainfall is spread evenly throughout the year, though it is
generally highest between February and June

 Sydney has 103.9 clear days annually, with the monthly
percent possible sunshine ranging from 53% in January to
72% in August.The city receives around 20 thunderstorms
per year.

 Sydney's heat is usually dry when temperatures soar over
35 °C (95 °F). In some hot days, low pressure troughs
would increase humidity and southerly busters would
decrease temperatures.
 Researchers from Loughborough University have ranked
Sydney amongst the top ten world cities that are highly
integrated into the global economy. The Global Economic
Power Index ranks Sydney number eleven in the world.

 Wheat, gold, and other minerals became additional export
industries towards the end of the 1800s.Significant capital
began to flow into the city from the 1870s to finance roads,
railways, bridges, docks, courthouses, schools, and
 The cultural life of Sydney, Australia is dynamic, diverse and

 Many of the individual cultures that make up the Sydney
mosaic are centred on the cultural, artistic, ethnic, linguistic
and religious communities formed by waves of immigration.

 Sydney is a major global city with a vibrant scene of
musical, theatrical, visual, literary and other artistic activity.
 The indigenous people of Sydney held totemic beliefs known
as "dreamings".

 Governor Lachlan Macquarie made an effort to found a
culture of formal religion throughout the early settlement and
ordered the construction of churches such as St Matthew's, St
Luke's, St James's, and St Andrew's.

 These and other religious institutions have contributed to the
education and health of Sydney's residents over time. 28.3%
identify themselves as Catholic, whilst 17.6% practice no
religion, 16.1% are Anglican, 4.7% are Muslim, 4.2% are
Eastern Orthodox, 4.1% are Buddhist, 2.6% are Hindu, and
0.9% are Jewish.
 Sydney is home to some of Australia's most prestigious
universities, technical institutions and schools.

 Sydney is home to some of Australia's most prominent
Universities, and is also the site of Australia's first university,
the University of Sydney, established in 1850.

 There are four multi-campus government-funded Technical
and Further Education (TAFE) institutes in Sydney which
provide vocational training at a tertiary level.