Sydney Harbour, also known as "Port Jackson", is located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Sydney Harbour is a natural harbour bordering the South Pacific to the east and the Parramatta River (through Parramatta City) to the west. It is widely regarded as one of the best harbors in the world. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is located here and is famous all over the world. Geographically speaking, Sydney Harbour is a valley with an area of 55 square kilometers and a length of 19 kilometers. The perimeter of the estuary is 317 kilometers, and its capacity at high tide is 562 million cubic meters.
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Sydney Port (Port Code: AUSYD) is a port lying on the shores of the natural harbour of Port Jackson on the southeastern coast, 250 km. northeast of Canberra and 740 km. southwest of Brisbane. The port is divided into five main parts; Sydney Cove and Darling Harbour, both handling cruise and local passengers, White Bay for cruise passengers and breakbulk cargo, Glebe Bay for dry bulk and Gore Cove for liquid bulk. In addition, there are many berths and pontoons for military vessels, repairs, barges, coastal traffic, leisure craft and tourist boats. Port of Sydney handles over $60 billion in international and domestic trade annully. The Port of Sydney contributes over $2.5 billion to New South Wales' economy every year and supports over 17 thousand jobs. The Port of Sydney handles almost a third of the countries containerized cargoes.
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