Sydney in July isn’t complete without a trip to the Blue Mountains, so you can wrap up warm, breathe in the crisp mountain air and enjoy the magic of winter.
I’m coming up to 5 years of living in Sydney now, and with roughly 5 more months to go, I can feel the tick, tick, tick of my time coming to an end. Part of me is very ready to leave – have been for a while – but another part is a feeling a little panicky at all the places I have yet to explore. Continue reading
Watsons Bay is a harbourside suburb on the eastern side of Sydney, known for being the city’s oldest fishing village, and for having the best fish and chips in the city. Continue reading
With the Australia Day long weekend coming up, I was searching for literally anywhere to camp, but predictably, everything was completely booked out. That was until we came across Youcamp – the Airbnb of the camping world.
It led us to the NSW Ski Gardens, located on the banks of the Hawkesbury River in the rustic village of Wisemans Ferry.
You may have heard of Summer Bay in the Australian TV soap Home and Away, and guess where that’s filmed… yep, Sydney’s very own Palm Beach. Continue reading