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Sydney Information Management

At Grace Information Management Sydney, we understand that modern businesses require unique and bespoke solutions to manage their information and data. That’s why we work with you to integrate solutions and catalogue and index your …

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Sydney Business Services

Our Sydney business services and FF&E team are project management experts and can assist with everything from office relocations to hotel fit outs.

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Sydney Removalists

Sydney is one of the most popular and liveable cities in the world. Culturally diverse, Sydney is a melting pot of nationalities who welcome new neighbours regularly. Although there are rules and regulations set down …

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Employee Mobility Melbourne

Our Employee Mobility team provide clients with a single coordination point for removal, immigration, relocation, mobility, tax, expense and travel services. With flexible account implementation, invoicing and international supply chain structures, Grace works with our …

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Sydney Fine Art Services

With Grace Fine Art, you can rest assured that your valuable fine art and antique pieces are in experienced hands. Our Sydney fine art team use packaging methods that meet international gallery and museum standards.

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Sydney Self Storage

Mobile Self Storage in Sydney from as little as $99 per month.

No matter where you are in Sydney, we bring the self storage space right to your door.

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Sydney is Australia’s largest harbour city and the capital of New South Wales, with a population of little more than four million people. Home to the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, some would say that Sydney is the face of Australia.

With a number of art galleries and museums, as well as the privilege of having hosted the 2000 Olympic Games, Sydney is a cultural and sporting hub. The city is not one to shy away from cuisines either, with culinary delights packed into its characteristic streets.

With beautiful, white sandy beaches to the east and scenic, bush-covered mountains in the west, Sydney is a city that offers many what they’re after.

Essential information

Sydney enjoys an average of 104 clear and sunny days a year. Winters are usually mild and summers are warm on average.

When: December-February
Temperature: 18.6°C – 26°C with water temperatures rising to 21.9°C-23.7°C.
Summers can be quite humid with an average humidity of 65%.

When: March-May
Temperature: 14.6°C -22.2°C
The crisp air of autumn is perfect for coastal walking.

When: June-August
Temperature: 8.8°C-17°C
Sydney’s highest rainfall is recorded during June which has an average of 132mm, July is also the coolest month of the year with an average temperature of 13°C.

When: September-November
Temperature: Average daily temperature range from 11°C-23°C.
Spring is the time of year when Sydney’s native bird life begin to nest. This can cause problems for those walking under trees.

Time zones and phone codes
Sydney follows the Australian Eastern Time Zone (AET) at UTC+10.00. Daylight
Savings in Sydney begins at 02.00 on the first Sunday in October where the clocks get brought forward one hour, and ends at 02.00 on the first Sunday in April, where the clocks return back one hour. Sydney’s Area Code is 2 and the dialling code is +61 2.

Public Transport
Sydney is home to a large network of public transport, including trains, buses, ferries, trams and taxis. It is possible to navigate the majority of these transport services with an Opal card, most buses and trains only accept pre-paid cards. Central Station is the heart of the public transport network, with links to the interstate train lines, country lines and most of the train lines which go through the northern, southern and western suburbs. The Sydney Light Rail network links Central Station and Sydney’s inner western suburbs via Haymarket, Pyrmont, Glebe, Rozelle, Leichhardt North and Dulwich Hill.

Public Services
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, there are a total of 121 hospitals in Sydney, ranging from public to private institutions. Visit the My Hospitals website for more information.

Post Offices
There are a number of post offices located throughout Sydney and their individual locations can be found on the Australian Post website.

Getting there

Kingsford Smith Airport is the main international and domestic airport in Sydney and is the easiest way to get to the city. Located ten kilometres south-west of the CBD, it’s possible to make that journey via bus, train or car. The airport is serviced by many of the world’s major airlines.

The main station for both interstate and intrastate arrivals is Central station. Located on the western side of the CBD, it is the main station for travel as it is connected to the suburban rail network as well. Trains via Central go as far as Katoomba, which is the station nearest the scenic Blue Mountains, located just two hours away. Timetables can be found on the Sydney Trains website.


From the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge to the furry friends of Taronga Zoo and the scenic Blue Mountains beyond, Sydney is a city bursting at the seams with exciting points of interest enjoyed by tourists and locals alike. Whether you’re keeping the kids occupied in the school holidays or you’re treating a loved one to a romantic evening, there’s something for everyone in this wondrous city where boredom is never a concept entertained.

Sydney’s main attractions include:

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