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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, ...
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 ,
Cockatoo Island is a Heritage Listed island in Sydney's western harbour. You can get there easily by ferry and once on the island there's a lot to explore. The island has been used for shipbuilding ...
Written by Emma, Australia, April 2012
Sydney’s Vivid Festival will once again flood the city with a multicolored canvas of light, music and ideas in late May 2012.
Ranked one of the Top Ten global ideas festivals by the UK’s ...
If you've got a day to spare in Sydney and you have a car I'd recommend heading northwest of Sydney to visit the charming village of St Albans.
Getting there is easy as you can just drive north of ...
Written by Emma, Australia, February 2012
One of Australia’s most pristine islands is also the closest island getaway to Sydney. What is surprising is that only a few Australian’s are aware of its existence and even fewer have visited. ...
For three months during the Biennale, the city of Sydney presents artist exhibitions, artist talks, forums, performances and tours to the public – all free of charge. Editor’s Note: This ...
Forget the straight-laced, classroom personality of the typical natural
history and culture museum. The land of fossils, dinosaurs, nature
photos and Australian history is normally a daytime world ...
One might consider Australia to be the land of adventure activities – well, if New Zealand
hadn’t already beat them to that title. Just about anywhere in this
country, a visitor can throw ...
Written by Emma, Australia, May 2012
From May to December, whales are commonly sighted on their annual migration along the New South Wales coast and it is possible to see them up close from Sydney .
Seeing whales up close is a ...
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