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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

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

‘New and Old Electrics Tour’ – Tour Extraordinaire

It was a day of fun-filled excursion aboard a two car K set and a brand new Outer Suburban Car (Oscar) around Sydney. The one-day-tour organised by the Sydney Electric Train Society (SETS) includes photo stops on various train stations around Sydney, a visit to the Sydney Tramway Museum in Loftus, a ride on historical … Continue reading

Foggy Sydney Harbour

The last time we were on a ship was when we went and had a visit of the Sea Shepherd’s ships, M/Y Bob Barker and M/Y Brigitte Bardot, docked at the International Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay last June. That learning experience opened us to be on-board one of Sydney’s historical ships cruising the harbour, … Continue reading

Bondi Beach Turns To An Art Gallery

Spectacular view along the coastal walk of the beaches of Bondi and Tamarama is the backdrop of colourful and unique pieces of artwork made by local and international artists in the annual Sculpture By The Sea. From miniature pieces to massive effigies and abstract creations, the whole of the coastal walk is turned to a … Continue reading

Spring Cycle 2012: A Bike Ride Across Sydney

One of the best ways to see Sydney is on a bike ride. With numerous cycle ways around Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs, it is worthwhile to take on those bicycles and wander around.  The season of spring is just the right time to do cycling, and with various cycling events that are outlined in the Sydney … Continue reading

Portraits of Rhodes and Meadowbank

Rhodes and Meadowbank are two inner-west suburbs of Sydney, which are silent spectators of the beauty and grandeur of Parramatta River. Meadowbank is located in the northern bank of the famed Sydney waterway, whereas Rhodes sits on its southern bank. Both have bike lanes (Our photos were taken when we had another day preparing for … Continue reading

Ermington’s Mini-Golf Course: PuttPutt

“Ermington? Ermington, what? Where is it?” This might be your thoughts about Ermington. Well, this was our thoughts as well, when our friend, Tiho, invited us for a game of golf at this cozy suburb in the city of Parramatta. This suburb located at the northern bank of the Parramatta River is home to one … Continue reading

Sharks Galore

Though large with razor-sharp teeth, sharks are amongst the most threatened to human activities. They might be one of the most aggressive marine animals to the human race, but they are more vulnerable to illegal poaching, fishing and other unlawful human activities. Hopefully that by preserving and protecting them, future generations will be able to … Continue reading

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