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Sydney MIM.png
Greater location Earth
Inhabitants Humans and animals
First appearance Mario is Missing! (1992)

Sydney is the capital city of the New South Wales state on the south-eastern coast of Australia. Along with Athens, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Paris, it is one of the five cities in Mario is Missing! Luigi has to visit in order to defeat the second boss of the game, Iggy Koopa. There are three landmarks — the Bondi Beach, the Taronga Zoo, and the Sydney Opera — from which artifacts were stolen by Koopa Troopas. In the PC version, a fourth landmark is added: the Sydney Harbor Bridge. If Luigi finds and returns the artifacts to their respective landmarks, he will be rewarded with money and finally the city will be rescued.

Information from Mario is Missing![edit]

  • Boy:
    • "It's the world's sixth largest country. But you can also count on it being the smallest continent."
    • "This place is a mega-cool wonder. They often refer to it as 'The Land Down Under.'"
  • Tourist:
    • "I was most interested in the Aborigines. But now I want to see kangaroos too."
    • "It's a continent and a country, and it's the only one that's like that."
  • Business Woman:
    • "You're in the southern hemisphere, its name means 'Unknown Southern Land' I hear."
    • "I always thought Australia's capital was spelled Sid's Knee."
  • Scientist:
    • "I don't like to be bossy, but can't you recognize an Aussie?"
    • "Although Canberra is the capital, you're in Aussie's oldest and largest city."
  • Police Officer:
    • "You're in Sydney, mate. Koalas and surfing...can't wait!"
    • "I knew the maps wouldn't fail ya', this is Sydney, Australia."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シドニー
Spanish Sídney
Russian Сидней
Korean 시드니
Chinese 悉尼