Sydney is the largest and oldest city in Australia located in the Australian province of New South Wales (or New South Wales).
It was founded in 1788 by Arthur Phillip, commander of the first British fleet to reach Australia.
It has a population of about 4.57 million. It is the first European settlement on the Australian continent.
Sydney is considered to be the largest economic and cultural center in Australia.
Its most important economic sectors are: real estate and business services, manufacturing, tourism, media, health and social services.
Sydney is an area with a local and international tourist attraction, thanks to its beaches and two main landmarks which are Harbor Bridge and the Opera House. The city is surrounded by national parks and contains many bays and rivers.
Sydney is one of the most culturally diverse cities, and this reflects its importance as one of the most important cities for attracting immigrants in Australia. It is also the most expensive city in Australia and the 21st most expensive city in the world.