A Morning Walking Around the National Maritime Museum of Sydney

A Morning Walking Around the National Maritime Museum of Sydney Just adjacent to the city centre of Sydney, you will find Darling Harbour, a destination of entertainment with waterfront dining, wine and cocktail bars and amazing attractions. One of our favourites is the National Maritime Museum of Sydney. Built more than 20 years ago,  on land traditionally owned by […]

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The Best Beaches Near Sydney

The Best Beaches Near Sydney Attractive and multicultural as New York, bustling and cosmopolitan as London, modern and at the same time relaxed like Los Angeles, synonymous with good quality of life, spectacular Sydney will amaze you. Located on the waterfront, the Australian metropolis is a city closely tied to the sea -as the majority […]

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Blue Mountains Day Tour from Sydney

Blue Mountains Day Tour from Sydney The World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park is a mountainous region located in New South Wales, Australia. The region borders on Sydney’s metropolitan area, its foothills starting about 50 kilometres west of the city. The Blue Mountains had already been inhabited for several millennia by the Gundungurra people, and, […]

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Go Local-Bondi Beach to Clovelly Walk

Go Local-Bondi Beach to Clovelly Walk Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It’s the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. Many agree, one of the world’s most beautiful, friendly and livable cities. It has a sunny and vibrant buzz that makes it the ultimate destination all year round. Bondi Beach   What […]

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Sculptures By The Sea. A celebration of art and nature.

Sculptures By The Sea. A celebration of art and nature. This year marked the 20th anniversary for our favourite art exhibition Sculptures by the Sea. An amazing celebration of art and nature which you can visit for free from 20th October to the 6th of November. The outdoor sculpture exhibition is set along the beautiful […]

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Barangaroo Park, Sydney’s New Gem

Barangaroo Park, Sydney’s New Gem Barangaroo is one of the world’s best urban renewal projects and Sydney’s new waterfront park opened late 2015. It is situated on the western Harbour foreshore of Sydney’s CBD near Millers Point, Walsh Bay and Darling Harbour. A once not only neglected area but also closed off to the public […]

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Scandinavian Film Festival 2016

Scandinavian Film Festival 2016 – Sydney The third Scandinavian Film Festival is here. Twenty-two films will screen across all genres, from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Sweden, at Palace Chauvel, Norton Street and Verona. Here are ten picks of the festival in Sydney. 10. Welcome to Norway The festival opens with director Rune Denstad Langlo’s […]

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Colloquialism – An Art Form

Colloquialism – An Art Form Just why is the Australian English so difficult to understand at times. Sometimes you are deciding what to do in your next destination. Sydney comes to mind. But it is so so far away from the rest of the world. You are rewarded with a a modern metropolis. Blended with […]

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Vivid Sydney Arriving May 27 2016

Lighting the Sails for the eighth year of Vivid Sydney, Sydney Opera House will transform into an animated canvas of Australian indigenous art featuring iconic contemporary works from Karla Dickens, Djon Mundine, Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi, Reko Rennie, Donny Woolagoodja, and the late Gulumbu Yunupingu. Celebrating First Nations’ spirituality and culture through the songlines of our […]

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What Is Nitro Coffee? Sydney Australia

What Is Nitro Coffee? Why are coffee geeks nerding out over nitro coffee in Sydney? Nitrogen—a chemical element with the symbol N and atomic number 7—is a transparent, odorless, diatomic gas, that can also be added to a keg along with coffee to yield a foamy, caffeinated beverage known as “nitro coffee.” And in the last […]

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