There are so many beautiful walks around Sydney that offer some of the best views and lookouts in the city! Here are 10 of the best to get you started for your next Sydney visit.
Sydney has all kind of free things to do and attractions to visit around the city that will keep you entertained for days.
A trip to Sydney wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Manly via the ferry across Circular Quay. Here’s our photo journal of one of our favourite beaches in Sydney.
Port Macquarie is the perfect place to stop on a road trip thought the Central Coast of New South Wales. Here’s a guide to everything you need to do, see and eat in Port Macquarie.
A complete list of all the can’t miss experiences and icons of Sydney Harbour that should be on everyone’s Sydney bucket list.
Arguably Australia’s most popular and exciting city, Sydney is where the CBD meets the oceans and reality shows are made about lifeguards saving people from the surf.
It’s always summer at Australia’s most famous beach – Bondi Beach in Sydney. The home to the famous lifeguards in blue and the hit reality show Bondi Rescue, you can’t visit Sydney without a trip to Bondi Beach.
Get some fresh air and exercise while taking the ultimate coastal walk in Sydney from Bondi Beach all the way to Coogee – offering some of the best coastal views in Sydney.
For a more unique in Byron, away from the surf beaches, you need to check out The Farm at Byron Bay – the perfect place to see the Highland Cattle up close and personal and a very hipster cafe.
One of Australia’s most loved and eclectic beach towns, this guide to Byron Bay will tell you everything you need to know to plan your visit.
One of the best ways to explore Anna Bay and the Port Stephens region is to just pull into any dirt or sand track that looks big enough to fit a car and see what you find at the end. That’s how we found and fell in love with Little Rocky!
The Central Coast encompasses the area from Sydney to Newcastle in the north, beginning at the Hawkesbury River and stretching all the way up to the southern end of Lake Macquarie.
Overloaded with natural attractions, spectacular views and even the steepest incline railway in the world there’s so much more to the Blue Mountains than anyone would expect, and it can definitely take a couple of days to get through them all.
For one of the most unique and popular dining options in Sydney you need to check out The Grounds of Alexandria. It isn’t just a quirky cafe, it is truly an experience.
For the best and most iconic view of both Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, head to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.