The International Fleet Review runs from 3 – 11 October on and around Sydney Harbour.
So what does this mean for non-nautical boffins?
Answer – The biggest gathering on Sydney Harbour since the Sydney Olympics with 20 tall ships, 40 warships from around the world and 10,000 sailors … swoon!
Action includes naval...
There are so many great Sydney blogs, particularly food blogs. Below are ten of my favourites (in no particular order). These bloggers are all over social media and most have a combination of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest accounts as well as their websites. There are so many others … I’m sure...
The below is a guest blog post from Kate Dorrell on where to find the best coffee in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills.
Kate is a public relations and social media whiz (www.katedorrell.com), budding short film maker (www.youtube.com/user/katedorrell), dabbling cartoonist, excellent runner and one of my...
A friend of mine has an overseas visitor and asked me what she should do while they are in Sydney.
So … here are my top 10 things to do and see in and around Sydney – whether you have a visitor or want to step into holiday mode.
My tips, as always, take a thrifty slant. Prices are correct as of the date of this...
Sculpture by the Sea (http://www.sculpturebythesea.com) is an annual outdoor art exhibition of Sydney. It also visits Perth and Denmark. In 2012 the Bondi program ran from Thursday 18 October to Sunday 4 November 2012. I went along to the Bondi event on Sunday 28 October 2012 and took a Kiwi friend who was visiting.
On a gorgeous Sydney Winter day I visited the home of one of Australia’s (and my) most beloved children’s author, May Gibbs (http://www.maygibbs.com.au/). Her heritage listed property, Nutcote, is located a short walk from Neutral Bay ferry wharf on the north side of Sydney Harbour.
May Gibbs (1877 – 1969) was a...