sydney (Australia) Travel Blogs
A Day in Sydney
2014.04.18 — In March 2014, John, Kelly, and I went to New Zealand to see our son, Michael, and his girlfriend, Leah. They were there working with WWOOF, so the three of us planned a trip over Kelly’s Spring Break to spend … Continue reading →
Sydney Madang, Sydney CBD
2014.04.11 — I’d never eaten Korean BBQ or hot pot before my recent visit to Sydney Madang but my friends raved about it and said it was the best in town, so that’s where we ended up last Friday. Madang is another Sydney restaurant well known for its ...
Five Reasons to Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge
2014.04.11 — Five Reasons to Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney is the second largest city in the world by land mass after Greenland. Like any other metropolis, bridges are essential to lessen the traffic in the city. Behold the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the largest ...
Long Weekend Travel: 5 Easy Trips from Sydney
2014.04.09 — Sydney is a beautiful city that offers visitors many great things to see and do. But did you know that the city is surrounded by equally beautiful places you can easily visit in a weekend. In under 2.5 hours by car you can be walking along pristine b ...
My Favourite 5 Beaches in Sydney, Australia
2014.04.07 — Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel My Favourite 5 Beaches in Sydney, Australia. You might be aware that I’m not exactly a beach buff or lover, despite doing a “Top 10 beaches” recently. But now and then we all n ...
Pink Skies Over Sydney City, Australia
2014.04.06 — Today’s travel photo is a shot of the CBD at sunset in Sydney, Australia. I took this photo from the Opera House, where you can get amazing views of the city and Sydney Cove. We waited here while the sun went down in the west, turning the clou ...
Sydney’s Corner: Digging for Dinner
2014.04.01 — Have you ever been to Thailand and seen the ladies on the beach digging.?? You might want to know what they are digging for.?? They are digging for coquinas and you also maybe wondering what coquinas are.?? They are miniature clams.?? You will find t ...
9 Reasons to Stay at The Langham Sydney
2014.04.01 — My room at The Langham Sydney As soon as I heard that the Langham Hotels chain had entered the Sydney market, I immediately wanted to check out the new hotel. After all, Langham is a luxury hotel group that’s been around for a while (their firs ...
13 Reasons to Stay at the QT Sydney
2014.04.01 — Back in September 2012, a fun, hip, quirky and beautifully designed hotel opened in Sydney, Australia. I was fortunate enough to visit, and after spending four nights at the QT Sydney, it’s safe to say it’s unlike any hotel I’ve eve ...
PHOTO GALLERY: Beautiful Sydney, Australia
2014.03.31 — PHOTO GALLERY: Beautiful Sydney, Australia is a post from: LashWorldTourPHOTO GALLERY: Beautiful Sydney, Australia is a post from: LashWorldTour Sydney CBD as seen from Harbor Bridge PHOTO GALLERY: Beautiful Sydney, Australia Many visitors to Sydney ...
Review of Pier One Sydney Harbour formally known as the Sebel Pier One
2014.03.30 — We previously stayed with the Sebel and had a less than impressive experience however we gave them a second chance and what an improvement there was! I am unsure if this is due to feedback provided by guests (and ourselves) or if this was due to the ...
MLB Opening Day 2014: Los Angeles Dodgers vs Arizona Diamondbacks in Sydney, Australia
2014.03.25 — G’day! If you’re following me on Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter then you know I just returned from an amazing trip to Australia. The whole thing feels like a dream, but I took tons of photos (below)—so I know it’s not! Spe ...
Travel Video of the Week: Transforming Sydney Cricket Ground into a baseball field
2014.03.25 — If you read my story this week from Sydney, Australia, you know that I was Down Under in the Australian capital for Opening Day of the 2014 MLB season. The March 22nd game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks marked the first tim ...
The Best Of Sydney’s Hippest Urban District
2014.03.24 — While Sydney is by far Australia’s biggest and most cosmopolitan city, people outside the country truly realize all the cultural and urban assets that this place possesses (with the exception of the iconic Opera House of course!) There are man ...
MissChu’s Underground Vietnamese Tuckshop, Sydney CBD
2014.03.23 — After coming across this little sucker over Summer (seriously – food by boat!!?!) and Miss Chu‘s winning 3 stars in last year’s Good Food Under $30 Awards I made it my plan to visit the proper restaurant if ever I got the chanceR ...
Major League Baseball in Sydney, Australia: An Unforgettable Experience
2014.03.20 — On a beautiful, warm, early autumn night in Sydney, Australia I watched the Los Angeles Dodgers take on Team Australia at the historic Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). It was an exhibition game before Saturday’s Major League Baseball’s (MLB) ...
Best Place to Buy a Didgeridoo in Sydney? Gifts at the Quay!
2014.03.20 — Best Place to Buy a Didgeridoo in Sydney? Gifts at the Quay!Looking to buy a didgeridoo in Sydney? Then head to Gifts of the Quay in the beautiful Looking to buy a didgeridoo in Sydney? Then head to "Gifts at the Quay" in beautiful ...
Where to Shop for Cool Stuff in Melbourne and Sydney
2014.03.18 — Australia is best known for the diversity of its animal life and there’s the outback which has a lot of appeal for people whose greatest desire is to experience the country’s most prominent terrain. Camping out and riding on a trailer may ...
Solo Travel Destination: Sydney, Australia
2014.03.18 — Sydney, Australia: home to some of the friendliest people on the planet, says this Solo Travel Society member-not to mention the beaches and the kangaroo pizza! A new article has been added to Solo Traveler
How to Do Sydney on a Budget
2014.03.17 — Photo and article by Andrew Smith, contributor to Budget Travel. A little bit of planning goes a long way as Sydney is full of natural beauty, hidden hotspots, and exciting events. The best part: many of them are free. Here are a few suggestions to ...