Whale watching 2019

As an yearly routine, I went for a whale watching tour this year as well. In Sydney, whale migration happens between the months of May and November. In the first part of the season, the whales are heading from south (Antarctica) to north (Queensland). And in the second part of the season, the whales head…

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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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Dinosaur Valley in Scenic World

Scenic World in the Blue Mountains has Dinosaur (Dino) Valley. It is definitely an amazing and great way to learn about the dinosaurs. I love the dinosaurs and have been a huge fan of them. I have not missed a single movie on dinosaurs and Jurrasic Park series are definitely one of my favorites. So,…

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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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I have 24 hours in Sydney, where do I start?

Let’s just admit that Sydney offers a lot and 24 hours in Sydney is a very less time to explore the beautiful city. However, if I have just 24 hours in Sydney, then: I would definitely start my tour in Sydney, by taking a ferry to Taronga Zoo. It is definitely a must do. Taronga…

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