Monthly Archives: December 2017
17 – 25 December 2017 Darling Harbour is the less known cousin of Sydney Harbour. It is located just west of Sydney Harbour and is another center of tourist attractions, restaurants, and shops. Its residents include the Australian National Maritime … Continue reading
17 -24 December 2017 Sydney Harbour is famous as a tourist destination to see the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, however it actually serves as an important transportation hub. Passenger ships of all shapes and sizes, from mega cruise ships … Continue reading
23 December 2017 On Saturday we visited the famed Bondi Beach. While there we walked the Coastal Walk from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach and back, did some shopping, and hit the beach. The place was packed. Bondi is a … Continue reading
22 December 2017 Parramatta is a suburban city west of Sydney’s CBD. After visiting Olympic Park we continued by train to Parramatta. We spent a few hours exploring the town by foot. From the train station we headed west to … Continue reading
22 December 2017 Olympic Park is a suburb in western Sydney that was rehabilitated and re-constructed for the 2000 Summer Olympics. The facilities are impressive but we saw very few people. It felt like a modern day ghost town, especially … Continue reading
21 December 2017 University of Sydney was Australia’s first public university and has international prestige. We enjoy visiting university campuses in our travels so this seemed like a natural stop. It was part of today’s long walking tour. The overall … Continue reading
17 – 25 December 2017 Pictures of the Opera House together with Harbour Bridge.