From/to Sydney Airport

One of the most common questions I get asked when fellow travellers travel to Sydney is the mode of transport from the airport to the city. So, I decided to write a post about it. Sydney has two airports – one for domestic and the other for international flights. The airports are around 7 kilometres…

Whale Watching 2019 (Take 2)

Before going further into my story – let me tell you, this trip did not happen. I did not go on this tour because it was cancelled. The weather in Sydney has been bad with strong winds so this trip did not happen. One of the things that I wanted to do before leaving Sydney…

Adelong Gold Mill Ruins

The Adelong Gold Mill Ruins is a heritage listed site in New South Wales (NSW). It is in the Tumut region and is one of the must visits while visiting the Snowy Mountains. Adelong provides a great significance in the history of Gold Rush period. It is believed that gold can be found even now…

Warrumbungle National Park

Warrumbungle National Park is located near Coonabarabran in New South Wales (NSW). It is the darkest region in NSW and has Dark Sky Park, which is perfect for the star gazers and astro-photographers. It is well known for bush walking too. The national park is famous for its mountain ranges that is said to be…

La Perouse to Maroubra walking track

Extension of Henry’s Head and Cape Banks walks is to walk till the Maroubra beach. It is a good long coastal walk and offers good views of the coastline. It is also a good walk to spot some whales. A easy good walk on a chilled out warm weekend is what this walk is about….

Henry Head & Cape Banks Walk

A spectacular coastal walk in the suburb of La Perouse in Sydney is the Henry’s Head and the Cape Banks Walks. La Perouse is around 14 kilometres from Sydney CBD. The Cape Banks walk is an extension to the Henry’s Head walk. The walk is an easy walk offering great views of the ocean and…

Sugar Pine Walk

Sugar Pine Walk, in Bago State Forest, is a spectacular walk. The forest is in Laurel Hill, between Tumbarumba and Batlow. Laurel Hill is a village in the southern part of New South Wales (NSW) and is a magical must visit place. And this village is about 480 kilometres from Sydney. The trees in the forest…

Darling Harbour to Wynyard station

Sydney is one place where you can create your own walking path. You can walk between the buildings in the city and feel amazed by the beautiful concrete buildings. As I was bored of walking the same path, I decided to walk in the city from Darling Harbour to Wynyard via many other Sydney CBD…

Restaurants bucket list (Sydney)

Sydney has so many food joints. There are new restaurants opening almost everyday. Since it is a multicultural city, the city caters food for all cuisines and for all budgets. I have been thinking of creating a bucket list for trying different cuisines at various restaurants. I am aware that this list will outgrow at…

Rouse Hill to Norwest

This is a walk between the suburbs of Rouse Hill and Norwest. They are the new suburbs and there are plenty of construction of houses happening. I did not like this walk much as it was walking in the suburban parks and roads. The walk do not provide any spectacular views or beautiful landscapes. There…

Lord of the Fries

Do you love hot chips (fries) as much as I do? Then ‘Lord of the Fries‘ is the place to be for amazing and delicious hot chips. I think they make the best chips in the World. They are everywhere in Australia, but Melbourne has many stores and they are available everywhere. They have different…

Deerubbin Lookover Walk

The third walk that I did in the Muogamara Nature Reserve was the Deerubbin Lookover Walk. This is a short and a quick walk to view the wild flowers such as boronias and pink wax flowers. The walk also provides great views of Bar Island and Peats Crater. Supposedly, the name is derived from an…

Manly to Mona Vale (via Long Reef)

A long and beautiful walk along the coast is the walk between Manly and Mona Vale. The walk surely provides beautiful beaches and spectacular views on the way. It also goes through some headlands. The walk passes through the below amazing beaches: Manly Beach Freshwater Beach Curl Curl Beach Dee Why Beach Collaroy Beach Logistics:…

The Rocks Markets

One of the cool things to do in Sydney is visit the weekend markets at the Rocks. It is a place to see talented artists and vendors sell their stuff. This is a place where all the experienced artists are brought together. Website: The Rocks Markets Location: The Rocks Days: Saturday and Sunday Timings: 10 AM…

Point Loop Walk

The second walk that I did in the Muogamara Nature Reserve was the Point Loop Walk. This is a short and a quick walk to view the wild flowers such as boronias and pink wax flowers. The walk also provides great views of Bar Island and Peats Crater. Logistics Starting and ending point: Visitor centre…

4 Islands in Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour is home to many beautiful secret places. And few such secret places are the islands in the harbour. They are great spots to have picnics, snorkel and spend a day enjoying the spectacular views. These islands have cultural and historical significance in shaping this city. Cockatoo Island History Cockatoo island is the biggest…

Barrenjoey lighthouse

Built in the late 1800s, Barrenjoey lighthouse is a great sandstone lighthouse with spectacular views in the background. The lighthouse sits in the Barrenjoey head at Palm Beach and is one of the most iconic landmarks in Sydney’s northern beaches. It does provide a great spot for whale watching during the months of May and…

Waterfall track

A relaxed easy walk in the Kosciuszko national park is the Waterfall track. It explores the upper section of the Swapit creek. It is great for bush walking and sometimes bird watching. If you do not want to do the summit walk, then this walk is ideal. Logistics: Starting and ending point: Sawpit Creek picnic…

Great North Walk – Sydney

The Great North Walk comprises of multiple day hikes between Sydney and Newcastle. It is a total walk of 250 kilometers. I have been trying to do the small part of this walk – a walk of 75 (approx.) kilometers along the Lane Cove River Valley and Berowra River Valley. The best way to do these…

What’s on Sydney?

In Sydney, we are blessed with so many festivals/events that happen annually. I have been going to most of them every year from the time I have moved to Sydney. So, I thought why not make list of all the fests/events that I attend. May Sydney Vivid – A festival of lights and music is…