Why is Sydney’s Christmas market so crowded?

Sydney’s festive season has been overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.

The festive shopping season has seen a surge in the number of Christmas-themed shops, while some festive restaurants have closed down.

However, the festive season is likely to go on and on, with the number expected to hit 10 million people.

The Sydney Christmas market is expected to draw more than 100 million visitors in the coming months, according to the city’s Christmas industry association.

The Christmas market was originally opened in 2001, and since then has grown from an annual event into a multi-million-dollar event.

Sydney’s market is one of the busiest in the world.

Last year, the city held more than 1.6 million Christmas markets.

The market attracts thousands of people every year, but is increasingly popular as more tourists come and buy their favourite goods.

It is also a prime tourist destination for tourists to enjoy Sydney’s beaches and historic buildings, which are also home to some of the citys most famous attractions.

The city’s largest Christmas market has seen the number double over the past few years.

The New South Wales Department of Business, Innovation and Employment has predicted the number will rise to 10 million visitors next year, compared with 3.5 million last year.