Tag Archives: Sydney
Return to Sydney
27 – 28 April 2018 The perfect way to end our trip to the Blue Mountains was a day in Sydney. We had such a good time here over the holidays, we were excited to visit again. Sydney is a … Continue reading
Bathurst – The Daytona of Australia
25 April 2018 In our effort to absorb Aussie sport my son and I were immediately interested in Supercars, Australia’s premier auto racing series. Having come from North Carolina, the birthplace of NASCAR, stock car racing is one of our … Continue reading
Blue Mountains NP – Blackheath
23 – 26 April 2018 The Village of Blackheath is the entrance to several nice hikes and lookouts. The star of the day was a 6.3 km, 2 hour hike of the Grand Canyon Loop Track. The trail is rated … Continue reading
Blue Mountains NP – Katoomba
23 – 26 April 2018 Three Sisters Katoomba is the Blue Mountains’ center of tourism and your best option for food and supplies. We spent the majority of two days there along the Prince Henry Cliff Walk. The first day … Continue reading
Blue Mountains NP – Wentworth Falls
23 – 26 April 2018 If you Google Australia’s top attractions, Blue Mountains National Park is likely to make the list. The Blue Mountains are west of Sydney and easily accessed from Australia’s largest city making them a popular tourist … Continue reading
Auckland: City Center – Part 2
2 – 6 February 2018 Throughout our stay in Auckland, we walked the city center and surrounding areas. Most days we found ourselves at the shops and restaurants along the wharfs. It might be unfair but I could not help … 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
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