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  • Fairlight Research Paper

    Fairlight Fairlight, a Sydney suburb in the Northern Beaches, is situated about 13 kilometres north east of the central business district. That makes it a great place to live outside the city and provides a short work commute. Some workers who commute to Sydney or the surrounding suburbs to work drive, while others take advantage of the public transportation system that serves Fairlight. The beach here is calm and perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving, but is too rocky for surfing. The children living in Fairlight attend schools in other suburbs that are nearby and convenient. Fairlight Fairlight is a popular northern Sydney suburb primarily for its beach, Fairlight Beach. However, to the locals, this is a quiet suburb in the Northern…

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  • Mcmahon's Point Summary

    McMahon’s Point Summary McMahon's Point is a serene haven that feels far away from hectic city life of the CBD and its neighbouring suburbs. Locals are often seen enjoying the harbourside views from Blues Point Reserve, Sawmills Reserve, or one of the eateries along Blues Point Road. North Sydney towers behind McMahon's Point as a backdrop, while it faces the beauty of Sydney Harbour. This special and unique suburb is surrounded by beauty as much as it is beautiful on the inside. The property…

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  • Finding Nemo

    Dory tells Marlin that she has short term memory loss. Soon after they encountered three fish friendly sharks and they invited them to their anti-fish-eating counsel. When Marlin went to talk, he got distracted by a diver’s goggles, which had an address of where Nemo is being kept, which is P. Sherman 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney. Marlin and Dory fight over the goggles because Dory can read it and she tried to ask where Sydney is, but then Dory gets hurt and blood is released from her and sniffed by…

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  • The Influence Of Tourism In Sydney

    As a matter of fact, Sydney is considered to be one of the world’s most green cities due to its environmental friendliness. In 2013 alone, the city hosted at least 3 million international visitors or almost half of the entire Australian visits. The city is known for its glamorous charm occasioned by a bustling entertainment and fashion industry that explicitly defines its nightlife. Additionally, the city boats of a diverse food, arts, and culture tradition born out of its multicultural…

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  • Sydney Research Paper

    Sydney is a beach city so there are many places to swim. Sydney also has some beautiful places to hang out with your family and friends. Sydney has many museumes and art galleries so that we can go and visit and see to lean about their history and some of their art designs. Sydney also has beautiful gardens and parks where we can go on family walks and play with our dog. Also Sydney has some of most luxurious in the fine dining that they offer. To get there we would get picked up by a limo from…

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  • Research Paper About My Giovanomia

    Australia, into the busy city of Sydney. My γιαγιά was nine at the time of moving to Sydney, they travelled by an old steam train. “I remember passing through Kalgoorlie and stopping in Adelaide” recalled Catherine, The train stopped over in Melbourne. At the time of moving, the 1956 Olympic Games were held in Melbourne, in addition, Melbourne was buzzing with excitement, she remembers the streets being packed with thousands of people. “I remember my mother looking down at me while being in the…

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  • Barangaroo Case Study

    Task-The main issues revolving around the redevelopment of the Barangaroo Over-view: Barangaroo is an ongoing urban renewal project on a former container wharf on the western harbour foreshore of the Sydney CBD. It is 22 hectares in size and will cost roughly $6 billion in order to recreate and redefine the entirety of the western edge of Sydney’s Harbour. It will provide over 11 hectares that will be able to be accessed by the public and community. This site will also provide over 24,000…

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  • Sydney Opera House Essay

    hall is the largest with 2678 seats and is home of the Sydney Symphony. The famous Guillaume at Bennelong restaurant is situated in the outer shells of the building. The reason the Sydney Opera House was constructed is that the Director of NSW State Conservatorium of Music, Eugene Goossens wanted a large local venue for theatrical products as the Town Hall was no longer big enough. In 1954, NSW Premier, Joseph Cahill finally agreed to call for designs. The design competition was a success with…

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  • Interracial Practice: Rituals Of Resistance

    Exclusively, students will build up a bunch of small-scale assemblages of tectonic drawn at 1:50 scale, and in isometric, with 30 degree angles x and y axes. The components that include a regular infrastructural layer in the urban space: vehicles, bus-stops, steps, portions, swimming pools, road signs, traffic lights, footbridges, ticket machines, urinals, street arts, trees, booths, bicycles, etc. Finally, every student will create a narrative map outlining the future histories of Sydney's 3rd…

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  • Darling Point History

    Darling Point is Sydney’s most historic blue chip harbour side suburb where residents enjoy a prestigious lifestyle. Surrounded by Sydney Harbour, Double Bay, and Rushcutters Bay, this exclusive suburb offers plenty of things to do on and off the water. This Sydney suburb is within walking distance to the CBD (central business district) of Sydney, making it easy to get to and from work if you want to work in the CBD. Darling Point is known for being home to the wealthiest people of Sydney who…

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