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For a complete change of pace from Australia’s largest city, head out on a day trip which will take you south through small towns, farmland and rugged forests before arriving in the nation’s capital: ...
An annual public exhibition of sculptures (late October - early November) along the coastal walk between Bondi Beach and Tamarama. And it is FREE!
Yes, it does occasionally rain in Sydney . Particularly in the winter months of June, July and August. My favorite ways to spend a rainy day in Sydney are as follows:
1. Art ...
Fall is a great time to visit Sydney .
The extreme heat of summer is gone but the days are still sunny and
warm enough for light clothes or a day at the beach. And the soft light
of the cool, ...
Written by Emma, Australia, May 2012
There are plenty of reasons to visit Sydney in winter. Along with the two most obvious reasons: less crowds and cheaper accommodations, we’ve put together a whole list of reasons to head out to ...
Written by Emma, Australia, June 2012
Sydney is good looking – and knows it. Its natural harbour, golden beaches, iconic Sydney Opera House
and Harbour Bridge are sights that never loose their charm. But in a
city this size you ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, February 2013
To get a better grasp on the layout of the expansive Sydney city and its over 600 suburbs, a trip up to some of its heights would be in order. As a person who took this approach on her first visit to ...
Written by Emma, Australia, July 2012
Getting around Sydney
on two wheels has never been easier. Cycling is becoming an
increasingly popular way to get around and to see the city for both
locals and tourists alike. Editor’s Note: ...
Besides having one of the best beach cultures in the world and a climate that rivals that of San Diego , Sydney also ranks in terms of highest costs of living in the world, coming in at number 11 ...
It’s hard to miss Sydney’s biggest attractions – just head to the harbour and there they are! But once you’ve seen the Opera House , Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Harbour Bridge ,
is so much more than its stunning harbour, beaches, bridge and Opera
House. To get to the real heart of the city you’ll need to explore its
inner precincts. Like recalcitrant children, ...
Trips to Sydney
come in all shapes and sizes; so while a hostel or hotel will suffice
for many holidays and longer-term stays, the popularity of renting an
apartment is growing. There are 3 ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, December 2012
New Year’s Eve in Sydney
is the event of the year, and one that is known for going out with a
bang by people all over the globe. Perhaps it has something to do with
the fact that Sydney is one ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
As you might expect from any large city, there are numerous ways to get around Sydney . Here’s a few tips to help you navigate the public transport maze so you can spend more time sightseeing and ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, November 2012
attractions are both must-see sites and huge expenses, especially when
tickets are purchased one by one. Luckily, some companies have bundled
the entrance fees for several of the top ...
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Doing what: Lunch at Cottage Point Inn by Seaplane from Sydney