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sydney (Australia) Travel Blogs

  • Sydney’s Rocking: Review of We Will Rock You at the Sydney Lyric Theatre @jayneytravels
    2016.05.04 — You know you’re in for a good show when your face is rocked off before the curtains even open. From start to finish We Will Rock You delivers exactly what it promises. Hit after hit of Queen’s rock anthems are woven into a humorous storyl ...
  • Indoor SkyDiving in Sydney, Australia @onestep4ward
    2016.05.04 — I’ve been skydiving in Australia and New Zealand before (awesome, but terrifying), and I accompanied my awesome, crazy mum to skydive for her 65th birthday in Ireland, but??skydiving takes time to organise, it costs quite a bit and some people ...
  • What To See, Do & Share On Social Media At Vivid Sydney 2016 @jayneytravels
    2016.05.03 — I remember being in London last year and coverage of Vivid Sydney coming on the news. 1.7 million visitors, it said, had turned up to see the spectacular light and sound installations that had transformed my adopted city into an open-air gallery. I f ...
  • The Best Sights To See Around Sydney Harbour @itravelnet
    2016.05.02 — Sydney Harbour is definitely one of Australia’s best spots to visit – it’s the gem in the city’s crown and it serves as a wonderful exclamation point in any holiday. Port Jackson is where the first European settlement was set, ...
  • What It’s Like To Fly In The Singapore Airlines Suites – Singapore To Sydney @jayneytravels
    2016.04.27 — When my mum first saw the pictures of Justin and I in our Singapore Airlines Suites she thought we were on a luxury train. Even I have to admit it felt carriage-like to be travelling in a compartment that had windows (with shutters!) and sliding door ...
  • The best walks to take around Sydney @goseewrite
    2016.04.27 — Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write   I’m, without a doubt, a walker. I prefer walking to driving the majority of the time, especially when I’m in big cities. It’s a way for me ...
  • Sydney Opera House at Sunset @wanderingtrader
    2016.04.24 — Sydney Opera House at Sunset The Sydney Opera House is just one of the things that dominate the skyline in the harbor in Sydney. ??This picture is taken from??Mrs Macquarie’s Chair which is just past the Royal Botanical Gardens. It is one of th ...
  • 14 Dessert Places in Sydney Locals Won’t Tell You @placesandfoods
    2016.04.21 — 14 Dessert Places in Sydney Locals Won’t Tell You Sydney is the city of food haven. The diversity of food available in Sydney is simply amazing. You can find really good Aussie food, Asian food such as Vietnamese, Malaysian, Hong Kong, Chinese, ...
  • Guidelines to Remember on Your Trip to Sydney @Marinavillatoro
    2016.04.19 — Travel Experta - Specializing in Unique International Family Travel - Helping Families Get the Most of Their International Travels with Kids Sydney, Australia is a gorgeous city with beautiful and breathtaking beaches perfect for surfing, swimming or ...
  • My 15 Favorite Things to Do in Sydney @nomadicmatt
    2016.04.18 — The first time I was in Sydney (all the way back in 2007), I spent most of my days sitting in the botanical gardens reading a book and looking at the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. For so long I had heard about how wonderful and beautiful Sydney wa ...
  • The Vivid Sydney Festival: 2016 @budgetyourtrip
    2016.04.11 — Did you know that more people will visit Vivid Sydney this year, from May 27 through June 18, 2016, than the ball drop in Times Square on New Year’s Eve? And the excitement and anticipation for Vivid Sydney continues to grow year over year.??Mo ...
  • 13 Ways to Explore Sydney on a Budget @nomadicmatt
    2016.04.07 — As my friends and I drank wine in the shadow of the Opera House, I couldn’t help be happy – I was back in Sydney??for the first time in five years and I was here for over two weeks! “Shall we go somewhere else?” my friends as ...
  • Best Things to do When Your in Sydney @MinimalW
    2016.04.06 — The city of Sydney is one of the largest in Australia and by far the most well-known, it is the capital of New South Wales and see more tourism year on year than any city in the Southern Hemisphere. The city sits on the Tasman Sea and it’s icon ...
  • Affordable Sydney: 32 Free & Low-Cost Tips @SoloTraveler
    2016.04.06 — Natural beauty, culture, food... Sydney is a fantastic destination but it comes at a price. Here are budget Sydney tips to make this city affordable. The post Affordable Sydney: 32 Free & Low-Cost Tips appeared first on Solo Traveler. A new ar ...
  • Sydney, Australia - The top 5 things tourists do which locals avoid. @thelindfields
    2016.03.31 — Have you ever wondered whether Egyptians visit the pyramids, Parisians climb the Eiffel Tower or New Yorkers wander around the Statute of Liberty? David and I have done all these things as well as countless other iconic activities around the world, b ...
  • Three Days in Sydney: A Beginner’s Guide @aussieontheroad
    2016.03.31 — Three Days in Sydney: A Beginner’s Guide I often get emails, Tweets, or Facebook messages from people asking me for my tips on what to do in Sydney. While I’ve written about it in the past, I thought I’d condense that into how IR ...
  • Captain Cook Cruises Hop On Hop Off Sydney Harbour Explorer @thelindfields
    2016.03.23 — 'Get out on the harbour!' - This is the one piece of advice I always give visitors. You can't truly appreciate Sydney without seeing it from the water. I also used to say it didn't matter whether you went on a tour or a ferry, but David and I recentl ...
  • 8 Reasons to Visit Vivid Sydney 2016 @placesandfoods
    2016.03.21 — 8??Reasons to Visit Vivid Sydney 2016 Many people recognised Vivid Sydney as festival of light. Thus, Vivid Sydney in its eighth year this year is the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. Hence, Vivid Sydney is owned, managed and ...
  • Beyond Sydney: Bushwalking in the Blue Mountains @SoloTraveler
    2016.03.21 — Hiking the Blue Mountains, or bushwalking as it's called in Australia, is available to all levels of hikers. Here's where to go, stay, eat and hike. The post Beyond Sydney: Bushwalking in the Blue Mountains appeared first on Solo Traveler. A new ar ...