Sydney is also known as the ‘Harbour City’ and is the capital of New South Wales. It is a vibrant, multicultural city with a friendly and welcoming environment. Sydney is home to numerous attractions and icons that are recognised world wide, including the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney also has a fun and exciting night life scene with the many clubs, pubs, theatres and activities that are available. There are great shopping spots ranging from the numerous Westfield complexes to the many hidden alleyways lined with boutique stores. Other attractions include Taronga Zoo, the Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Wildlife World which allow for up close and personal interaction with the variety of animals and sea creatures found there. Sydney is famous for its beaches. Bondi, Coogee, Bronte and Manly are just a few examples of Sydney’s popular beaches. Throughout the summer months the combination of surf, sun and sand ensures the beaches are jam packed full of Aussies and internationals. Sydney is surrounded by many other popular tourist areas and attractions. The Royal National Park, the Hunter Valley Winery’s and the Blue Mountains are all popular destinations. Only a short drive or a scenic train trip away these spots are well worth the visit. Sydney is the largest city in Australia and is continuously growing. Therefore it aims for sustainability, not only in terms of the environment but also economically, socially and culturally.