Sydney's beaches are some of the best in the country. It is easy to overlook the charms of the natural rock pools lying alongside the magnificent stretches of sand and surf. The numerous natural rock pools offer swimmers
Sydney Cemeteries Worth A Detour make for an interesting day exploring the history of Sydney while enjoying the benign neglect of Gore Hill, inhaling the heady scents of nineteenth century roses at Rookwood Cemetery, taking in the panoramic views from
Church architecture contains to draw visitors interested in the story behind the buildings, the personalities whose lives intersected with the church and the glorious windows that emblazon the interiors.
History buffs fall in love with a heritage site that is not boring, dull, stuffed with documents and insert objects in glass cases. Visitors are part of an immersive experience where you are visually part of someone’s life.
Lost cemeteries and exhumed bodies. Sydney’s Grand Central Railway Station is built on the site of one of Sydney’s oldest burial grounds, the Devonshire Street Cemetery. Cemeteries sum up people’s lives in a few chiselled words. The
Need a budget holiday? The wish list includes water to swim, fish or simply relax by with a decent pub nearby. The Swan Hill surrounding district offers plenty of choice for locals to get out of Melbourne, for
A camping holiday, in the Camden Haven River region avoids the rush of commuter Friday flights and traffic from Sydney to Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour. Camden Haven is a step into a classic weekend break in the country.
Narranadera is a piece of Australian history. The town delivers in spades with fascinating glimpses into the past. Several days, a weekend Narrandera is a perfect short city getaway. Tree lined wide streets frame the heritage buildings of the
Sydney neighbourhoods, what about a beachside suburb to explore, just a ferry ride away. Follow the journey around Sydney’s districts checking out what to see and do. Heritage to nightlife and everything in between. Let’s find out where to shop,
The Rocks, a former penal colony, narrow stone lanes, refurbished warehouses with picture perfect views of the Harbour let's get going and explore Sydney, The Rocks. The Rocks is my magnet consequently every trip to Sydney I am back, absorbing sights,