On Australia Day at Sydney Cove, January 26, 1988, people surrounded the foreshores and land in packed groups to see a large flotilla of tall ships sail into the harbour. The estimates were 2 million by one newspaper, and 2.5 million by another, which would have been 1/8th of the population.
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