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Sydney is one of Australia’s largest cities and has become best known for the iconic Sydney Opera House situated on the harbour front.
Australia is the world’s sixth-largest country, but in comparison to the size, the population is relatively small and the vast majority are gathered around the coastal cities including Sydney, which is the most populous. Over four million people live in the city, and it is a magnet for tourists and travellers from all over the world.
Australia has been ranked one of the best countries to live in by international comparisons of wealth, education, health and quality of life. Home to the famous and beautiful Bondi Beach, Sydney has itself been named the seventh most liveable city in the world and is the country’s most internally recognized, so much so that it is often mistaken as the capital.
It is, however, the economic and financial centre of Australia and as such is a thriving and affluent city that provides approximately 25% of the country’s GDP.
It has eight of the 10 most expensive suburbs in Australia, with Point Piper, the suburb of the rich and famous, topping the list. On the outskirts of Sydney is the location of Wolseley Road, one of the most expensive streets in the world, with properties holding multi-million dollar price tags.
Meanwhile, Military Road in Sydney’s Dover Heights is home to more than 250 $1 million homes with great beach and ocean views.
The other suburbs to make the list include Darling Point, Vaucluse, Bellevue Hill, Tamarama, Lavender Bay and Linley Point.
They include modern executive family residence, One of WA's most exclusive private estates and a residence set over 1.45 hectares of grounds encompassing award-winning parterre gardens.
From its dramatic coastlines to its rugged interior, Australia is a land of natural diversity. And perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the variety of is topographies and soundscapes.
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