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Picturesque Bathurst

When we speak of Bathurst, the first thing that comes to mind is Bathurst 1000, a popular motor race annually held every October in the city. This regional city located between Sydney Metropolitan Area and Central Western Slopes and Plains in New South Wales became identical with motor-sport due to a car race car event. … Continue reading

Vivid Sydney: A Festival of Lights

Sydney’s festival of lights is back! Vivid Sydney is one of the most anticipated festivals in Australia. It brings in both local and foreign tourists to this 18-day event, providing a boost in Sydney’s tourism. This year more intricate light showdown are adorned in various locations in the metropolis. Most of which are concentrated in … Continue reading

Cook’s Cottage: The Captain’s Abode

When a pom explorer by the name of James Cook had his voyage in the east looking for new lands, he arrived in New South Wales in 1770. From then on he became one of the most important persons in the Australian history. The captain who achieved numerous voyages across the pacific is known for … Continue reading

Sculpture by the Sea Comes Back for Another Year

The coastal walk of Bondi and Tamarama beaches showcased another year of the “Sculpture by the Sea”. This annual event brings local and overseas artists to display their artistic flare in an array of colourful and massive figures that showed concepts of poignant realism and abstract. Though this year’s event has lesser number of sculptures … Continue reading

A Glimpse of the Landmarks of Paddington

The suburb of Paddington, known by being a fashion mecca of all sorts, is approximately 3 kilometres east of the bustling metropolis. An inner-west suburb that boasts of its historic landmarks, Paddington is not entirely a craze for vogue and couture, but may as well be known for its important markers that have shaped the … Continue reading

Summer Hill After Dusk

The residential suburb of Summer Hill, in the inner west, is exquisite even after dusk. This mainly residential suburb, about 8 km west of the metropolis, is mixed with flamboyancy and old but classic architectural designs. Along Smith Street, various historic architectures stand still. One of them is the heritage-listed Summer Hill Post Office. Further … Continue reading

5 Structures in Sydney that Reminds You of the World

Many seasoned travelers and tourists have compared numerous attractions that they have seen from one country to another. Some have even thought of them as structures akin to those which are famous and legendary. In our today’s post, we pick five structures in and around Sydney that reminds most, if not all, of their counterparts. … Continue reading

The Legacy of the ANZAC Bridge

Bridges in Sydney are replete with historical relevance and structural design significance. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, known for its majestic accolade worldwide and Australia’s centrepiece of welcoming the New Year is one great example. Of course, as my title speaks of, I am not going to be talking about the famed Sydney Harbour Bridge. But, … Continue reading

Memoirs of Springwood: A Laid-back Town in the Blue Mountains

Passing through the plains and hills of several western Sydney suburbs, the interurban makes its ascent to the Great Dividing Range,  the region of the Blue Mountains. The spectacular lush that covers the mountain range provides a salient journey to Sean’s hometown. After more than an hour on the train, we finally arrived at Springwood station. As … Continue reading

Five Striking Sydney Modern Buildings

Sydney skyline is intrepid with fine architectural wonders of our modern time. It is comparable to the vast majority of famed metropolis around the globe, if not the best. However, Sydney has unique masterpieces of modern architecture that is nowhere found in any part of the world. Uniquely Sydney! Uniquely Australia! Macquarie Bank Building When … Continue reading

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