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Sydney suburbs hosts more than 193 nationalities. The coin "Best Sydney Suburbs" depends on what you are looking for. For
instance, are you looking for expensive homes in Sydney suburbs, or suburbs where professionals live in. In general, Best Sydney
suburbs is the most expensive ones and they are based within 5km of the Sydney city center.

There are major languages spoken in Sydney and these are recognised in many government entities and banks.
Click here for a list
of languages spoken in Sydney.

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Sydney suburbs can be categorised into 4 areas; Sydney North, Sydney South, Sydney West, Sydney East. Click here to see where
to live in Sydney.

Here is a detailed 6MB (takes a while to download 5 minutes using High speed Internet)
Sydney Suburbs map in PDF file which
allows you to zoom in; courtesy of "Dictionary of Sydney".

People who live in the northern suburbs of Sydney usually have high income and work in professional executive jobs in the near by
North Sydney or Sydney City crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Most migrants from the UK prefer to live in the Sydney Northern
suburbs.

The Sydney Southern suburbs are populated with ethnic groups. Areas such as Punchbowl and Bankstown provide cheaper
accommodation and the property value is within the range of A$100,000 to A$600,000. Having said that, areas South to Sydney are
also populated with Australian born nationals. Most mosques are based in the southerns Sydney city side.

The
Western Sydney suburbs are well linked to Sydney City via highways and trains. They also provide cheaper rent than Sydney
city or the northern suburbs.

The
East Sydney suburbs are also a very expensive area to live in. It is full of restaurants. The Gay madi gra takes place in this part
of Sydney; Paddington and kings cross. Eastern suburbs such as Bondi, Bondi Beach, Coogee are more of a tourists areas due to
their lovely beaches. Sydney Easter suburbs such as Dover heights, Vaucluse and Watson Bay have lovely water views and many
synagogues.

Here are some major suburbs and explanation of the ethnic group that lives in them:

  • There are many Asians in Eastwood.

  • Sydney suburbs with a large proportion of people born overseas and with non-English speaking backgrounds include Auburn,
    Fairfield, Liverpool, and Bankstown. Turks living in Sydney prefer Auburn, while Lebanese prefer Bankstown, Lakemba and
    Punchbowl.

  • Generally Western European and North American born people have settled around the Lower North Shore and eastern
    suburbs of Sydney.

  • South Africans prefer St Ives.

  • Middle Eastern and moslem or muslim people live around the Lakemba and Auburn region in Sydney. A large mosque is in
    Lakemba and Auburn.

  • Indo and Chinese live in the south western suburbs of Sydney.

  • South Asians live around Parramatta and the south east suburbs of Sydney.

  • North East Asians live in major Sydney suburbs such as Hurstville, Burwood, Strathfield, Chatswood, Eastwood, Campsie and
    the Central Business District.

  • The  gay community in Sydney live in Oxford Street in Sydney city

Sydney City itself hosts many company offices and shops. It also has many residential buildings and Universities such as the

University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Check our Sydney Maps section.

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