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The spirit of Sydney

By Louise Morrin

Are you planning on moving to one of Australia’s busiest cities? Sydney, in particular, may seem like a flourishing business district, but you should know that there’s a space for you too.

Here’s a few things you should know about the spirit of Sydney before you relocate to your new house.

You’ll be welcomed with open arms

Whether you’ve got two or four legs or identify with a certain gender, Sydney will accept you for who you are. It’s a diverse city, full of rich ethnicities that all contribute to the culture and atmosphere of this location.

To show that this is an all-acceptive city, Sydney painted the town purple, or more specifically, the town hall on August 26. This was in light of the Wear It Purple Day last week, a day which supports the youth in Sydney that identify as LGBTIQ.

On that day, the event consisted of a local band, giveaways and a barbeque, bringing the whole community together into one space to celebrate.

You can shop ’til you drop in Sydney

Another way to showcase the rich culture of Sydney is the annual shopping extravaganza that is held on September 1. It’s one night full of fashion, glam and shopping – what more could you want in your dream city?

Vogue American Express Fashion’s Night Out is when all the creatives of Sydney come together to create such an evening, filling it with their talents. The city centre lights up on this momentuous night, which can get quite noisy, so you’ll want a reliable real estate agent who can find you a house in a neighbourhood with your preferred noise levels.

These are just two annual events of Sydney to have happened recently, and we can assure you that there’ll be many more. Check out what’s on offer before you move in!

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