Crowds at Sydney’s rally were estimated at more than 30,000 but some fear a low rate of participation in the vote itself

Sydney’s rally in support of same-sex marriage was the largest demonstration in favour of marriage equality the country has ever seen, with organisers saying more than 30,000 people attended.

Crowds spilled out of Town Hall Square in central Sydney, out across George Street and made exiting Town Hall station difficult for a time.

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