Life in Sydney

Life in Sydney


Experience Australia:
Life in Sydney.


Quick Facts:

  • Sydney is located within Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
  • Daylight savings is observed in New South Wales, where clocks are put forward one hour on the first Sunday in October, and put back one hour on the first Sunday in April.
  • 25 per cent of Sydney’s residents are born overseas. This translates to more than 1.3 million residents being able to speak a language other than English. (cited Study in Australia)
  • In Sydney, there are over 200,000 international students from more than 160 different countries around the world! (cited Study Sydney)
  • You’ll find Sydney’s weather perfect for those who like making the most of the outdoors. The climate is sunny with mild winters and warm summers. (cited Holiday in Australia, Australian tourism)
  • Sydney has over 100 beaches. Add to that are national parks and vineyards and the Snowy Mountains

Useful Links

Study Sydney is the NSW Government website for international students.
To stay on top of what’s going on in Sydney, visit where you will find places to visit,
things to do, and updates on what’s on in Sydney.

The sweeping white-sand crescent of Bondi is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches.

Bondi Beach

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks.

Harbour Bridge

Hyde Park is the oldest park in Australia and one of the top attractions in Sydney.

Hyde Park

The Sydney Town Hall is a late 19th-century heritage-listed town hall building in the city of Sydney,

Sydney Town Hall


  • AIH provides great education and supportive mentors for international professional growth.


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  • The course balances theory and practice, preparing me for success. The Student Council enriches student life with diverse programs, creating a vibrant community.