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The first people to inhabit the area now known as Sydney were indigenous Australians having migrated from northern Australia and before that from southeast Asia. Radiocarbon dating suggests human activity first started to occur in the Sydney area from around 30, years ago.

He spent a short time collecting food and conducting scientific observations before continuing further north along the east coast of Australia and claiming the new land he had discovered for Britain.

Prior to the arrival of the British there were 4, to 8, native people in Sydney from as many as 29 different clans. Its literal meaning is "from this place". The earliest Europeans to visit the area noted that the indigenous people were conducting activities such as camping and fishing, using trees for bark and food, collecting shells, and cooking fish. Britain —before that, England —and Ireland had for a long time been sending their convicts across the Atlantic to the American colonies.

That trade was ended with the Declaration of Independence by the United States in Britain decided in to found a new penal outpost in the territory discovered by Cook some 16 years earlier. He travelled a short way further north and arrived at Port Jackson on 26 January Phillip described Sydney Cove as being "without exception the finest harbour in the world".

The food situation reached crisis point in Early efforts at agriculture were fraught and supplies from overseas were scarce. From on, however, the more regular arrival of ships and the beginnings of trade lessened the feeling of isolation and improved supplies. Maps from this time show no prison buildings; the punishment for convicts was transportation rather than incarceration, but serious offences were penalised by flogging and hanging. Poor equipment and unfamiliar soils and climate continued to hamper the expansion of farming from Farm Cove to Parramatta and Toongabbie , but a building programme, assisted by convict labour, advanced steadily.

It is estimated that half of the native people in Sydney died during the smallpox epidemic of Phillip and several of his officers—most notably Watkin Tench —left behind journals and accounts of which tell of immense hardships during the first years of settlement.

Governor Phillip departed the colony for England on 11 December , with the new settlement having survived near starvation and immense isolation for four years. Between and , Sydney became one of the many sites of the Australian Frontier Wars , a series of conflicts between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the resisting Indigenous clans.

He raided farms until Governor Macquarie dispatched troops from the British Army 46th Regiment in and ended the conflict by killing 14 Indigenous Australians in a raid on their campsite. The first and only major convict uprising in Australian history suppressed under martial law , the rebellion ended in a battle fought between convicts and the colonial forces of Australia at Rouse Hill.

Conflicts arose between the governors and the officers of the Rum Corps, many of which were land owners such as John Macarthur. In the early years, drought and disease caused widespread problems, but the situation soon improved. The military colonial government was reliant on the army, the New South Wales Corps. Macquarie served as the last autocratic Governor of New South Wales , from to and had a leading role in the social and economic development of Sydney which saw it transition from a penal colony to a budding free society.

He established public works, a bank , churches, and charitable institutions and sought good relations with the Aborigines. Over the course of the 19th-century Sydney established many of its major cultural institutions. Macquarie Street began to take shape as a ceremonial thoroughfare of grand buildings. The year was the final year of convict transportation to Sydney, which by this time had a population of 35, Sydney, with a population of ,, then became the state capital of New South Wales.

For much of the s up to one in three breadwinners was unemployed. During the war Sydney experienced a surge in industrial development to meet the needs of a wartime economy.

Far from mass unemployment, there were now labour shortages and women becoming active in male roles. Sydney saw a surge in industrial development to meet the needs of a war economy, and also the elimination of unemployment.

Labour shortages forced the government to accept women in more active roles in war work. Martin Place , now a busy pedestrian mall, pictured in when it was open to traffic. Consequently, Sydney experienced population growth and increased cultural diversification throughout the post-war period. The people of Sydney warmly welcomed Queen Elizabeth II in when the reigning monarch stepped onto Australian soil for the first time to commence her Australian Royal Tour.

The Australian government launched a large scale multicultural immigration program. New industries such as information technology, education, financial services and the arts have risen. A new skyline of concrete and steel skyscrapers swept away much of the old lowrise and often sandstone skyline of the city in the s and s, with Australia Square being the tallest building in Sydney from its completion in until and is also notable for being the first skyscraper in Australia. As a result, the city has become a cosmopolitan melting pot.

Sydney (/ ? s ? d n i / (listen)) is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds Port Jackson and sprawls about 70 km ( mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north, and Macarthur to the south. Sydney . There has been a rise in the popularity and number of Thai dating sites in the last two years, the majority, unsurprisingly, centered on western men meeting Thai women.

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