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Sydney is a sprawling metropolis with seaside suburbs stretching both north and south for a length of about 70 km. It then extends west in a broad sweep about 60 km to the Blue Mountains, through historic Parramatta, a city in its own right about 20 km west of the city centre. Today it’s metropolitan area covers some 5,000 square km.

The suburbs of Sydney house one of the most ethnically diverse societies on earth, with migrants coming from some 215 countries and speaking over 150 languages. Over one third of Sydney's residents speak a language other than English. In Fairfield an outer suburb of Sydney more than 60 languages are commonly spoken. All this diversity has created a vibrant diverse mix of cultures, languages, food, and the arts with everyone living in a generally harmonious atmosphere.

Sydney offers much to see and do all year round, from it's more than 30 beaches stretching north and south, spectacular Sydney harbour and foreshores, historic buildings and locales, picturesque towns and villages, entertainment and tourist attractions, museums, parks and gardens, the list goes on.

For additional attractions, tours and other information contact the local tourism visitor centres, found in a number of locations throughout Sydney. The Sydney Visitors Centres at The Rocks and Darling Harbour, provide the most comprehensive information and resources for all of Sydney and NSW.

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Sydney Suburbs

Sydney is located in a coastal basin bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Blue Mountains to the west, the Hawkesbury River to the north and the Woronora Plateau to the south. With over 70 harbours and ocean beaches, Sydney is geographically sprawled over two major regions known as the Cumberland Plain, and the Hornsby Plateau. With its huge geographic layout, the suburbs are listed below, with some suburbs being cities in their own right.

To view a list of Sydney regions, localities and suburbs, click here.

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Sydney Attractions - Rosehill

Elizabeth Farm
• 70 Alice St, ROSEHILL NSW 2142 • Ph: 02 9635 9488
• To get there you can catch the Parramatta RiverCat from Circular Quay, then either walk or catch a taxi. It is 30 minutes by car or train. Part of the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.

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