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The city of Sydney is located in the South East of Australia, in the state of New South Wales on the shores of the Tasman Sea. This metropolis of nearly 4,9 million is the most populous city of the country as well as the Oceanian continent. Former aboriginal site, Sydney is today a touristic hub and attractive metropolis known all around the world. Monuments, history, entertainment and landscapes have contributed to its reputation.

As for gaming, the Casino & The Star Hotel of Sydney is the only gaming establishment located in the region. Situated on Daring Harbor, the gigantic modern and luxurious building is home of a casino, hotels, spas, bars, nightclubs and boutiques. Not less than 1,500 slot machines, a Poker Room and 200 gaming tables including Poker, Blackjack, Roulette, Dices Games and Mahjong are part of the gaming offer. The poker fans can challenge each other during very attractive tournaments.

Even though it is not the official captal of Australia, Sydney may be the most known Australian city in the whole world. For sure, it is one of the oldest and biggest metropolis. Sydney attracts million of tourists because of its mix between historic monuments, modern buildings and magnificent natural wonders. There are so many thing to experience in this very lively city.

On of the symbols of Sydney is the Opera House located right in the middle of the Harbor. Tours are organized daily to explore and know more about this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The building boasts theaters, studios, concert hall, restaurants and a big movie theater. Great pictures of the Opera House could be taken from a harbor cruise that run close to the building.

The other symbol of Sydney is the Harbor Bridge, built in 1932. It is the largest steel arch bridge in the world wit its 134 meters long. Breathtaking panoramas could be seen from the pedestrian walkway. Thanks to the BridgeClimb, the most adventurers can enjoy a 3,5 hour climb to the top of the outer arch. History lovers will take some time to learn more about the bridge construction and history at the Museum in the Southeastern pier.

Doubtlessly, the heart of Sydney remains the Darling Harbor. Tourists and locals meet each other in this beautiful pedestrian waterfront where activities are endless. Every type of tourist will be satisfy thanks to the shops, restaurants, bars, museums as well as shows and entertainment. The most popular touristic places in the Darling Harbor remain the Wild Life Sydney Zoo, the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium; the Powerhouse Museum or the Chinese Garden of Friendship.

To experience Sydney at its fullest, the Sydney Tower provides an observation deck located at the top of the tower. At nearly 300 meters above the sea, visitors can enjoy a stunning view of Sydney and its surroundings. Restaurants and cafés are also available there, to tae a break while taking benefit from the view.

More than its urban life, Sydney attracts the tourists thanks to its wonderful beaches. Those surfers’ paradises features crystal waters, stunning cliffs and warm sand. The most popular remain Bondi Beach, Cronulla, Collaroy, Dee Why and Narrabeen. Located only 30 minutes by ferry for m the city center, Manly is a popular seaside destination featuring a beachfront promenade.

Between the beaches and surrounding landscapes, the nature lovers will feel at ease in Sydney. Moreover, they can appreciate the beautiful atmosphere of Hyde Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Hyde Park provides picnic areas, fountains, slots of flower, paths and several historic landmarks. The royal Botanic Garden boasts 30 hectares of themed gardens and magnificent trees.

The other places that are worth visiting in Sydney remain the Art Gallery of New South Wales, St Mary’s Cathedral, Macquarie Street, Chinatown, Taronga Zoo, King Cross and George Street.

Nearby cities : Canberra (153mi.), Melbourne (443mi.), Brisbane (455mi.), Kingston (663mi.), Noumea (1224mi.), Darwin (1956mi.), Jakarta (3414mi.), Kuala Lumpur (4110mi.), Phnom Penh (4368mi.), Koh Kong (4460mi.)