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Innovation and Product Development in Sydney NSW

From world-famous landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, to ground-breaking inventions such as the Hills Hoist rotary clothesline and jet-powered surfboard, Sydney is a place where creativity and ingenuity thrive. If you're looking for inspiration, you'll find it in abundance in Sydney.

Some of the most notable inventors, inventions and innovations to come out of Sydney include:

  1. The Hills Hoist is a rotary clothesline invented by Lance Hill in 1945. The Hills Hoist quickly became an Australian backyard staple and is now used all over the world.
  2. Fosters Lager was invented by William McEwan in 1888 and is now the world's best selling Australian beer.
  3. The Bionic Ear, an early experimental bionic ear implanted in deaf patients in 1978. The Bionic Ear was developed by Professor Graeme Clark and his team at the University of Melbourne.
  4. The Ergo Baby Carrier is a baby carrier designed to provide optimal ergonomic support. The Ergo Baby Carrier was invented by Kate Middleton in 2003.
  5. Jetstream is the world's first jet-powered surfboard. Jetstream was invented by David Mayman and Jetsurf Australia Pty Ltd in 2006.
  6. Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world's longest steel arch bridge. The Sydney Harbour Bridge was designed by John Bradfield and opened in 1932.
  7. Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic buildings in the world. The Sydney Opera House was designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon and opened in 1973.

Innovation and creativity are alive and well in Sydney. If you're looking for inspiration, you'll find it in abundance in this vibrant city, supported by Innovolo's services.I

From world-famous landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, to ground-breaking inventions such as the Hills Hoist rotary clothesline and jet-powered su

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