Tag Archives: New South Wales
Princes Highway – Part 2
5 & 6 January 2018 After a slow-paced first day on the Princes Highway, it was time to make some distance. We drove from Nowra to Bairnsdale. Despite spending most of the day in the car, we found a few … Continue reading
Princes Highway – Part 1
4 January 2018 With a successful 3 week visit of Sydney in our rearview mirror, it was time to embark on our trip to Melbourne. The shortest route from Sydney to Melbourne is the Hume Highway, but where’s the fun … Continue reading
Sydney: Opera House – Part 2
25 December 2017 – 3 January 2018 The Opera House is an intriguing form. Here are a few more from the second half of our Sydney visit including a tour of the inside.
Sydney: Inner Sydney – Part 3
17 December 2017 – 3 January 2018 Here are some random pictures from Sydney’s central business district.
Sydney: Inner Sydney – Part 2
17 December 2017 – 3 January 2018 Sydney has several major parklands that were established early in the City’s planning. Hyde Park – 40 acre public parkland, oldest in Australia. Named after London’s Hyde Park. Royal Botanical Gardens – 74 … Continue reading
Sydney: Inner Sydney – Part 1
17 December 2017 – 3 January 2018 Sydney is considered by many one of the world’s top cities, frequently appearing in most livable city lists. They have come a long way since 1788 when it was established as a penal … Continue reading
Manly Beach and Shelly Beach
2 January 2018 Manly is a busy ferry terminal for North Sydney commuters and sun seekers. We had a great day with friends at Shelly Beach. Manly and Shelly Beaches are busy places. The beaches are not as deep or … Continue reading
17 December 2017 – 3 January 2018 Sydney has several museums within the central business district to explore. We visited a few. The Art Galleries of New South Wales located in The Domain near the Royal Botanical Gardens is a … Continue reading
Sydney: Darling Harbour Attractions
24 December 2017 and 1 January 2018 Sea Life, Wild Life, and Madame Tussauds are all located adjacent to each other and across Darling Harbour’s Pyrmont Bridge from the Maritime Museum. An obvious tourist trap that is made more enticing by the Sydney … Continue reading
Sydney: New Year’s Eve
31 December 2017 In the United States, we are one of the last major countries to celebrate the New Year. Each year we see highlights from Sydney, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Paris and London leading up to Times Square in NYC. … Continue reading
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