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sydney (Australia) Travel Blogs

  • A Different Way to See the Sydney Harbor Bridge @ottsworld
    2015.05.21 — A new perspective on the Sydney Harbor BridgeAs I watched all of the little dots climb the Harbor Bridge in Sydney in the distance, I decided that I didn’t want to do what all the other tourists were doing. Instead of climbing the bridge, I wan ...
  • Sydney’s Coolest Caf??s and Coffee Shops @jayneytravels
    2015.05.20 — My gosh it’s hard to do a round up post of the coolest caf??s and coffee shops in Sydney. I swear a new one opens every week and I’m so fickle my faves change as often as I eat cake. But for the sake of brevity, I thought long and hard ab ...
  • A Bumpy Ride to Brisbane and Sydney @denaroche
    2015.05.19 — It was a bumpy ride to Brisbane and Sydney??with 15 ft. waves and strong winds.?? We’re pitching forward to aft, with an occasional side to side roll thrown in just to keep us alert, so we’re having a quiet day today on the lower decks wh ...
  • REVIEW; Sydney Central YHA @bckpackerbanter
    2015.05.19 — As part of my collaboration with YHA Australia when my parents came travelling with me last month we headed to Sydney to show them some of the famous icons of the land down under – and with a lot to see and do we chose Sydney Central YHA as our ...
  • Sydney Off The Path: 6 Things to do in Sydney besides Opera House and Harbour Bridge @offthepathcom
    2015.05.18 — I’ve been to Sydney many times already, but mostly just for a quick stopover or for a couple of days. Now in April I stayed for over a week and had enough time to fully explore the city! Of course I already visited Sydney’s well known ico ...
  • Cafe Culture: Where to go in Sydney for Incredible Coffee @weblogtheworld
    2015.05.17 — Photo courtesy of FOOKPHOTO.COM via Shutterstock. Over the past few years, the cities of Australia have been experiencing a coffee boom. Great cafes are cropping up across the country, even in the smallest of towns, such as the sleepy Tasmanian city ...
  • I Got Lost in Sydney, Australia and Found Myself @wesaidgotravel
    2015.05.13 — Sydney wasn’t at the top of my most desired places to go on my trip around the world. Africa was first, since that was the reason why I had planned the trip in the first place, but I definitely thought I would love Thailand more than Sydney. Wh ...
  • 6 simple ways to meet new people in Sydney @toniwonitravels
    2015.05.12 — Though Sydney is surrounded by water, it’s still a city and has many of the traits of a city – it’s a stressful, fast-paced environment, people are cliquey and it’s really hard to wrestle your way into friendship groups and me ...
  • Girl Tweets World Guide To Sydney – Ebook Available Now @jayneytravels
    2015.05.11 — If you get the Girl Tweets World newsletter this is yesterday’s news but for those that haven’t heard – I MADE AN E-BOOK! (*Hears applause in her head*) I’ll admit I was a little nervous about venturing into the self-publishin ...
  • Girl Tweets World Guide To Sydney – Ebook Now Available @jayneytravels
    2015.05.11 — If you get the Girl Tweets World newsletter this is yesterday’s news but for those that haven’t heard – I MADE AN E-BOOK! (*Hears applause in her head*) I’ll admit I was a little nervous about venturing into the self-publishin ...
  • Vivid Sydney – A Festival of Light, Music & Ideas @TrustTraveller
    2015.05.11 — One of my favourite times of the year to be in Sydney is coming up??very soon. For a budding photographer (me), spending the evening wandering around Sydney Harbour, armed with my camera, photographing colourful light projections on some of Sydney&# ...
  • Cycling in Sydney: The Cooks River Cycle Way, from Strathfield to Botany Bay. @thelindfields
    2015.05.07 — Ride - The Cooks River Cycle WayDistance - 63 km (return) approxTerrain - Mostly separated bike path with a few on road connections. Sealed for the full distance.Difficulty - Flat and easy.Highlights - Sitting watching the pl ...
  • Cycling in Sydney: Ryde Bridge to Parramatta Park @thelindfields
    2015.05.05 — Distance - 24 km approx round tripTerrain - Shared pedestrian path and cycleway with a couple of hundred metres on road.Difficulty - Flat and easy.Highlights - Having lunch in the sunshine sitting on the grass nex ...
  • Cycling in Sydney: Narrabeen Lagoon Trail @thelindfields
    2015.05.04 — Distance -  8.4km around the lagoon. Detour to Dee Why add 10 km for the round trip.Terrain - Shared pedestrian path and cycleway. The path is sealed in some sections only, therefore it is not suitable for road bikes.Difficulty - Flat and v ...
  • Sydney Coastal Walk: A boogie down to Coogee @ednacz
    2015.04.27 — For as much as people talk about this trail, ‘Sydney Coastal Walk’ seems to be a bit of a misnomer.??Located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, the walk actually runs from Bondi to Coogee — but understandably then the full name of t ...
  • An Expert’s Guide to Getting Off the Beaten Path in Sydney, Australia @travelfreak_
    2015.04.26 — As the capital of New South Wales and Australia’s most populous city, Sydney, Australia is a popular destination for travelers from all over the world. It’s a city with a rich and fascinating history and culture, making it a great ...
  • 5 Unconventional Ways to Discover Sydney @Marinavillatoro
    2015.04.19 — Travel Experta - Specializing in Unique International Family Travel - Helping Families Get the Most of Their International Travels with Kids There are many ways that a traveler can discover Sydney, the famous harbor city of Australia and the capital ...
  • Top Places for a Sydney Wedding @gotravelguide
    2015.04.19 — Sydney is a great place for a fun and romantic wedding. This city with mild climate and beautiful ocean views has been one of the most popular destinations for organizing a wedding ceremony in the last decade. In recent years even some celebrity cou ...