I have been in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Sydney, for about a month now. On my first trip I was able to see a large part of the city of Sydney. This time I am spending much more time in Sydney metro. I would “reckon” that if you have never visited Australia, you are most familiar with the city of Sydney through its notable landmarks. It is here where you will see the beautiful Darling Harbour Bridge, the world’s largest IMAX theatre, as well as Circular Quay (pronounced the same way you would pronounce the word key), which is the home to the magnificent Sydney Opera House, as well as many other popular tourist attractions. Venturing out further will show you Sydney Metro, which is just as beautiful in its own right, but probably much more different than you would imagine. Western Sydney, for example, could be considered the demographic hotspot of the metro area. Over 150 different nationalities are represented! In 2009 the Australian government noted that Western Sydney has a current population of about 1.87 million people, which is 43% of the Sydney metropolitan total, and is home to just over 1 in 11 Australians, and 1 in 3 of the people in Western Sydney are under the age of 24.
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