Home to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, and Sydney Tower Eye, Sydney is a popular destination for foreigners, travellers, students and locals alike. It is a bustling metropolitan but with a laid-back lifestyle, and with its diverse multicultural society, there are more than 250 nationalities calling Sydney home.
With such a diverse community, Sydney offers cuisines and specialty stores from all corners of the world and in many shapes and sizes. There are cafes, restaurants, bars, take-outs, stands and specific ethnic groceries to cater to any craving and desires.
Sydney is ranked 4th as the world’s leading urban destination by QS 2016 for international students and is ranked in the Top 10 for infrastructure security and personal safety.
This is definitely a contributing factor for anyone that wishes to live and study in Sydney.
Sydney’s climate is quite charming, with low humidity, winter averages at a maximum of 17 degrees Celsius, and in summer it averages at 26 degrees celsius.