Australia Sydney Sussex Street







Australia Sydney Sussex Street


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The Sussex Street is one of the main streets in Sydney. All the way you will find high buildings, shopping centres, hotels as the Maestri Towers Sydney, Four Points by Sheraton Darling Harbour, the Slip Inn Bar, the enrolment centre of International Education, the CP education Australia, the Sussex lane bar, the Metroland Australia limited, the Jalpak International Oceanie pty ltd. Not far from the Sussex Street is located the Chinatown of Sydney. The Chinatown is exactly located in Haymarket. The Chinatown of Sydney is the oldest and largest of Australia. George Street makes part of the main streets of Sydney. The George Street has been known as High Street until 1810. The street got its actual name by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1810 and was named after King George III from United Kingdom. When visiting George Street in Sydney you will come along numerous attractions as Wynyrad, The Rocks, Cinema District and Town Hall. Electric tramway was introduced along George Street to Harris Street in December 1899. Some streets which are included in the Chinatown are Pitt Street, Goulburn Street, Thomas Street, Factory Street and Little Hay Street.



Sydney Sussex Street




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