15 Jul

Featured Photographer: Brad Chilby

Fisherman's Bay Jetty, Port Hacking River - Image Credit Chilby Photography

I am a very passionate landscape photographer from Wollongong on the NSW South Coast.

I love being out in nature and exploring new places and photography is perfect for this. It has taken me on many journeys thus far and I hope there is many more to come.

It really is amazing just how many hidden gems are right here in our own backyard to explore, whether that’s in Illawarra region, the South Coast, Blue Mountains, Snowy Mountains or anywhere …

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04 Jul

Parent/lifestyle bloggers reveal their favourite child-friendly destinations in Sydney

Taronga Zoo

Enjoy the winter school holidays with these tips on Sydney’s child-friendly destinations from some of Sydney’s best parenting and lifestyle blogs.

Discover more NSW winter school holiday and Sydney winter school holiday ideas here.

Rikki from Stay at Home Mum

“I always stayed away from museums with my kids because, quite frankly, they are horrible little things that cannot behave and I feared they would knock down a dinosaur or play hide and seek among the sculptures. But, they actually …

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16 Jun

Featured Photographer: Gina Jirina Duckers

Sydney Opera House

I am a portrait and landscape photographer with my own studio in Rozelle called GINA D PHOTO. I mainly specialise in wedding, family, fashion and corporate portraits. Landscape and cities photography is more of a hobby on top of the regular business. I love to travel and have already seen so many parts of the world as I originally come from Europe but have studied and worked in the US. I speak 4 different languages fluently. While travelling, I enjoy …

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13 Jun

Sydney Winter Festival

Child skating at Sydney Winter Festival. Image: The Winter Festival

The Winter Festival will takeover Darling Harbour from 13 June to 13 July 2014.

Now in its sixth year, the festival’s main draw card is a huge open-air ice skating rink offering fun for all ages, including families during the NSW winter school holidays.

Other festival highlights include ice hockey shootouts, figure skating performances, and the Cool Yule Snow Pit. Slide down the 25 metre inflatable Thredbo Snow Slide at Tumbalong Park, and see Sydney Harbour in a whole new …

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10 Jun

Things to do in Sydney over the winter school holidays

Winter Festival Darling Harbour

Enjoy Sydney’s exciting family-friendly events during the NSW winter school holidays between the 30th of June and 11 July 2014.

Find more school holiday activities with these NSW winter school holiday ideas.

Cool Yule Darling Harbour (13 June – 13 July)

Enjoy Darling Harbour’s month long Cool Yule event. The pinnacle of Cool Yule is the Winter Festival‘s iconic open-air ice rink in Tumbalong Park. Watch ice hockey shootouts and figure skating, slide down the 25-metre inflatable Thredbo Snow Slide, …

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06 Jun

Where to watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Sydney

The Socceroos qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Image Credit: Fox Sports

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is set to kick off in Brazil on 13 June. Head to these Sydney venues to watch the Socceroos as they try and bring the world cup home to Australia!

Enmore Theatre  (Enmore)

118-132 Enmore Road, Newtown

Sydney’s iconic Enmore Theatre will open its doors to football fans this June when it screens all of Australia’s and Greece’s 2014 FIFA World Cup matches live. Thousands of soccer fans made their way to the Enmore Theatre …

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06 Jun

Sydney Food Bloggers Reveal Their Favourite Restaurants


The Sydney food blogging community has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade. It’s a thriving and friendly community that wants to show off what they had for breakfast, brunch and dinner.

Every week there are new food enthusiasts offering their opinions on the internet on where to go for the best feed. As much as food bloggers love new experiences, there’s nothing as comforting as familiarity, so we asked some of Sydney’s best food bloggers to share …

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05 Jun

Featured Photographer – Warren Archer

Global Warming, Tamarama Beach

My name is Warren Archer and I’m a photographer from Sydney, Australia.  I’ve been taking photos for about 5 years, although in my younger years I dabbled with a Minolta film camera shooting skateboarding – so I guess photography has always been something that has fascinated me. I have a keen interest in landscapes, particularly in our beautiful Sydney coastlines where the ever changing mood of the sea provides great photographic opportunities – never the same.

Landscape photography has taken …

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03 Jun

How to apply for a Working Holiday Visa in Australia

Chief Funster with Skydive the Beach

I often hear people talk about the places they want to visit around the world. Just as often, there are limitations that stand in the way of their ability to pack their bags and set out overseas – money is the most common. Fortunately, working holidays in Australia offer the opportunity to combine traveling with earning money.

Two visas exist that enable people from a wide range of countries and aged younger than 31 the chance to work while enjoying …

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30 May

The Best of Vivid Sydney 2014

Opera House - Asher Shellim Films

Vivid Sydney 2014 is bigger than ever before and can be seen in Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay, The Rocks, Walsh Bay, Martin Place, North Sydney at Luna Park and Darling Harbour.

With large crowds in attendance, great weather and amazing acts and installations, we have received some great images so far. Here are the top images we have collected to date:…

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