Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales in Australia and it is on Australia's south-east coast, on the Tasman Sea. Sydney is witness to many waves of people arriving from around the world. Sydney is a wealthy and prosperous city; it is highly ranked world city and has hosted multiple major and popular international sporting events. Sydney has a temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters, with rainfall spread throughout the year. Sydney has various heritage listed buildings, but their architecture cannot characterise the city as there is no particular style in the entirely city. Sydney has number of rock engravings, carvings and rock art remain visible in the Hawkesbury sandstone of the Sydney basin, the second oldest national park in the world can be found here, the city has many fine and internationally known museums, galleries and art spaces, hosts variety of different festivals, largest social and cultural events, harbors are still edged with bush, National parks ring the city, while parks cut their way through the man-made architecture, sulphur-crested cockatoos bleat from the railings of urban balconies, there is always something thrilling going on somewhere, and if you turned the right corner, you could be part of it, there's always a new restaurant of a adventurous chefs to try, undercover bar to hunt down, hip band to check out, sports team to shout at, show to see or crazy party to attend. Para-glide the sky, take a ride in to hot-air balloon, surf and speed-boat the waves, party on the golden sand beaches with plenty of sunshine. Enjoy the dazzling fireworks displays and participate in numerous adventure sport activities. There always sometime to do and enjoy in Sydney.