Sydney one of the best cities in Australia for the quality of life and the 11th best in the world in and simply delivers on all levels. Beautiful and iconic you're never far away from the action, from the superb architecture and busy city to the world famous harbour and fabulous beaches. The central business district covers Chinatown, Darling Harbour and not forgetting the famous Sydney harbour, which is regarded as being one of the most beautiful harbours in the world. With over 150 miles of shoreline and natural bush and not forgetting the famous Opera house and bridge.
Beaches such as Bondi and Coogee are a bus ride away as Sydney offers a gateway to great adventures. Nightlife-wise Sydney has all the expected trendy bars and pulsing nightclubs and students should head to Chippendale, Bondi Junction and Darlinghurst offering an array of bars, clubs, and restaurants for all tastes and with May and June being the festival season the action steps up significantly.
Like many modern Australian cities Sydney offers a multicultural vibe and with five major Universities scattered across the city, you will be immersed in an exciting and dynamic cultural epicentre. Complementing the culture is the look and feel of Sydney including the superb Sydney City Art program which produces unique installations across the city.
Sport wise cycling and walking appear to feature highly in most Australian cities and Sydney is no different. The city has superb cycle paths and has also recently seen a rise in yoga, with many free classes offered across the city.
Sydney is the ultimate Australian city and a consistently well-received student destination. Students often comment on how easy it is to live here and with so much to do and see it will be a very special place for any student enrolled to study here.
Points of Interest
- City Centre
- University of Technology Sydney
- University of Sydney
- University of New South Wales
- Torrens University Australia
- Macquarie University
Sydney harbour is the deepest natural harbour in the world
The Harbour Bridge measures 1,149 meters and it is considered to be the largest steel arch bridge in the whole world
Sydney is still referred to as ‘Sin City’ for its ‘convict’ past