‘Forgotten songs’ by Michael Thomas Hill

A corner deviating from the George Street in Sydney CBD is the Angel Place. It has a very significant art piece. The art piece named ‘Forgotten songs’. It consists of the empty birdcages. And it was designed by Michael Thomas Hill. The art piece has 50 empty cages. The best part of this art is…

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Waverton: Balls Head Reserve

A very easy and relaxed walk to do over the weekend is the Balls Head Reserve walk in Sydney. It is in the Lower North Shore of Sydney and passes through some gorgeous views of Sydney Harbour. It is definitely a walk to be on your things to do while in Sydney. The walk is…

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Best places to find Jacarandas

Sydney has turned purple. Yes, it is the Jacarandas season and the streets of Sydney are purple. The season is in Spring and it starts from end of October and lasts till December every year. What are Jacarandas? A Jacaranda tree is a sub-tropical tree which is attractive indigo flowers. Best places to go view…

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Sculptures by the Sea 2018

Another year of spectacular display of sculptures along the Bondi beach. From all the years I have visited, this year was definitely the best. The sculptures were beautiful and a display of perfection. The Sculptures by the Sea is an annual event in Sydney where the artists from all around the world display art and…

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Helensburgh Temple

My first drive with Ruhi was to Helensburgh Temple. “It is always wise to take blessings from the almighty when you buy new things.” – This is something my mother always reiterates. I decided to listen to my mother and headed straight to Helensburgh Temple. My friends Som and Vijay accompanied me during my visit…

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Getting around in Sydney

Sydney has four modes of public transport: Trains Buses Ferries Light rails The main train station is the Central train station. The recent and up-to-date information on public transport can be found on NSW Transport website. Opal card is the card used to travel within Sydney and can be used for any modes of public transport…

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The colorful lights!

Another best thing about winters in Sydney is the Sydney Vivid festival. An annual festival held from end of May till mid of June, is the festival during which the light projections meet the art and technology. The projections are mainly in the Sydney Central Business District (CBD) – especially on the Sydney Opera House,…

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And they are back!

Yes, they are back! Yet again! My most favourite part of winter – the Humpback Whales <3 . Starting from mid May till mid October is the official whale season. And I couldn’t have resisted staying home or delaying my trip to watch my favourite mammals. This is the first trip with the many more…

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Central to Milsons Point ❤️

Everyone knows about Sydney Opera House. It is a jewel that Sydney has. Sydney also has a Harbour Bridge that overlooks the Opera House on the waterfront. This view is something to die for. A short walk of 5 kilometres, perfect for a mid week, provides some spectacular views of the Opera House from the…

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Spit bridge to Manly walk!

Another favourite city walk in Sydney is the Spit Bridge to Manly walk. The walk starts at the Spit Bridge. The Spit bridge is a moveable bridge across the Middle Harbour in the Sydney city.  The walk passes through some spectacular beaches. The walk is also through the Grotto Point aboriginal engravings. They are protected…

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