New VPN Server In Australia

Our company continues to strengthen its unlimited VPN service, and we are thrilled to announce the introduction of the new server located in Sydney, Australia. One of the top rated, VPN Unlimited is an online security service that guarantees 100% protection to users worldwide. Fully encrypting any input and output data, providing access to territory restricted content, VPN Unlimited is a first safeguard that secures your electronic device from any cybercriminal activity. Aside from getting the most affordable security service, one VPN account can be used on up to 5 electronic devices. Choose from a whole variety of OS platforms including Mac OS X, MS Windows, iOS, Android and Linux. We have put together a list of exciting things about Sydney and we invite you on a virtual tour.

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Incredible Sydney!

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts center. Located on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, near the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the facility hosts over 1,500 performances a year with 1.2 million viewers. It is one of the most participated attractions annually.

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a bridge that is enabled to carry rails, vehicles and pedestrian traffic. Thanks to bridge’s arte-based design, it is called “the Coathanger”.

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Port Jackson is the natural harbor (also called Syndey Harbour). It is the largest natural harbor in the world and is an inlet on the Tasman Sea.

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Bondi Beach is a popular place, which is 7 km east of the Sydney central business district. It is the most visited site by tourists in Australia.

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Taronga Zoo is one of the most famous attractions and the award-winning zoo. A home to over 4,000 animals, it is a rare place, which includes exclusive Australian native wildlife.

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Sydney Facts

  • There are 4.6 million people living in Sydney, which is 20% of Australia’s population.
  • Person, who lives in Sydney is called “Sydneysider”.
  • The city is known for its extreme diversity: British – 4.3%, Chinese – 3.5%, New Zealanders – 2.0%, Vietnamese – 1.5%, Phillipinos – 1.3%, Lebanese – 1.3% and Italians 1.1%.
  • Initially, the city was intended to be called “Albion”.
  • Set up in 1788, Sydney was the site of the first British colony.
  • Sydney takes up to 1700 square kilometers and is broken into 38 governmental districts.
  • Capital of Australia is not Sydney but Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory, the home of Federal Government.
  • Sydney Opera house was built in 1973. It took 14 years. It cost $102 million, which is 14 times bigger than intended price.
  • Sydney is rated the 7th in the “Top Ten Most Livable Cities” list.
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Comments

  1. Connection today, April 10, is really slow. Too slow to stream video. Even facebook is noticeably slow loading. I tried running SpeedTest .net but it would even load enough to run.

    • Hi! Which server did you choose?

      • I just selected Australia, Sydney from the Select Server options. I am using a Windows 7 desktop. I do have a device I can try if that might help.

        Is the exit server bandwidth shared with all users exiting in a particular location? Maybe everyone is as excited as me to use the server.

        • I’m afraid its not about the device, its about the server’s load at the moment. Could you please try Singapore?

  2. Thanks. I thought it would just be a heavy load. I need to exit in Australia for what I am doing. I’ll just keep trying. I know it will take some time to find the appropriate capacity needed for the excellent service you provide your customers. Thank you.

    • Are you commenting from your real IP? Because if you do, its not our server, its your location.

      • Hmm. I left a reply here yesterday while connected to the Australian server but apparently it didn’t show up.

        I did try using Internet Explorer (I normally use Chrome) because Chrome has been acting weird today. I vaguely recollect that something is going to be shut off in Chrome (NAPI or PAPI or something like that. I can’t seem to find the article I read about that.) so I thought I’d try a different browser. I couldn’t stream in IE either.

        Feel free to contact me if you need more information or if I need to open a support ticket.

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