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Sculptures Dot Bondi and Tamarama Beach

Another year of splendid, bigger-than-life, works-of-art are scattered along the walkway of Bondi beach to the shore of Tamarama beach. These two beaches in the eastern suburbs of NSW have been traditionally the home of Sculptures By The Sea. This annual outdoor-art gallery, known as the Sculptures By The Sea, gathers world-renowned artists, both locals … 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

Bright-Coloured Snails Invade Sydney

As part of the Art and About Festival in Sydney, numerous large snails highlighted with bright neon colours are scattered all around the metropolis.  Aptly called “Snailovation”, the vibrant snails were created by the Cracking Art Group, an internationally-acclaimed group of artists of our modern time. The exhibition continues until the 20th of October. To … 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

A Festive Sydney Vivid Lights

The annual Sydney Vivid Lights has once again captured the imaginative and colourful characteristics of the enviable cosmopolitan. Running for more than two weeks, the festival ended with a mesmerizing show of lights and colours as well as a record-high of more than 200,000 spectators over the weekend. This year it boasted of a very … 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

Giant Rubber Duck Kicks Off Sydney Festival 2013

Starting the festivities in one of Sydney’s celebrated festivals, the Sydney Festival 2013, is the arrival of the giant Rubber Duck on Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour. The 15m high, yellow duck artwork of Florentijn Hofman is this year’s opening salvo to a series of celebrations for this annual festival. The Rubber Duck, which has … Continue reading

Parramatta’s Winterlight 2012

Parramatta, an upscale city within the Great Western Sydney area, has transformed the Church Street Mall to an array of colourful and enjoyable festivities for the whole family. The event, Winterlight Festival, which started last June 30, was a simple yet vibrant blend of colourful lights, an outdoor skating rink and several food stalls. The … Continue reading

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