Corroboree Sydney is an annual Sydney festival, which was held for the first time in 2013, over 11 days in November.
The event brings together Indigenous art, craft and culture from around the nation and will become Sydney’s major event for Indigenous cultural expression. At the core of the program will be art, talks, films and performances produced by nine cultural institutions that have collaborated to develop the festival, supplemented by public events along the Harbour foreshore.
Corroboree Sydney opened …Read More
I first acquired a taste for photography in my early high school years when my parents bought me an Olympus OM-10 and some lenses, and with my father, I setup a black and white darkroom in our garage at home. I was heavily involved with scouting and outdoor activities and my camera served as a way of documenting my life and the places we explored during my teens.
When I moved to Sydney to attend university, photography went to the …Read More
This year Tropfest turns 21, and is already promising to be a relaxed affair with plenty of great company and fantastic entertainment with a brand new venue too. On Sunday December 8, 2013, Tropfest will bring a host of short films to Centennial Park for an evening on the summertime grass, as well as a few thousand Sydneysiders, who will share in the excitement of this annual event.
This film festival represents the world’s largest in the short film category and, …Read More
This year, the V8 Supercars will be revving up their powerful engines at Sydney Olympic Park from Friday 6 December to Sunday 8 December for the Sydney 500.
The event features world-class cars, drivers and hosts for its premium offerings as a supercar championship.
Drivers will be averaging around 140km/h with top speeds of well over 200km/h – all on a 3.4km circuit at Sydney’s Olympic Park. The track designers have ensured plenty of tricky turns and camber changes to …Read More
Sydney is known around the world for its outdoor lifestyle and summer is a fantastic time to enjoy Sydney’s beach culture.
From over 70 surf beaches and 30 quiet and secluded beaches within Sydney Harbour, there are many chances for the perfect day on the beach.
Located in Mosman, Balmoral is the name given to these three separate beaches in the area: Balmoral, Rocky Point and Edward’s Beach.
This is an excellent destination for families, with a promenade, trees …Read More
In Sydney throughout the months of October and November the Jacaranda Trees come to life, filling the city and surrounding suburbs with stunning and calming purple/blue flowers.
Some of the best places in the city to see the trees are The Rocks, Royal Botanic Gardens and Paddington.
Here are some great shots of these beautiful trees in bloom.…Read More
Christmas is one of the best times of year to get out and enjoy the Australian summer.
With long, hot days and plenty of family and friends gathered around to share meals, laugh together and remember the year that has passed, the silly season is a favourite for many Aussie families. Make the most of this opportunity to get together and start planning your Christmas meal in Sydney this year.
Here are a few suggestions to make that special day …Read More
Call it what you will – retail therapy, updating the wardrobe or catching up with friends while swooning over beautiful shoes, dresses and accessories – shopping in Sydney is a must for any fashionista.
Shopping in the centre of the city
Sydney is known for its diverse range of quality shops – and the city centre is at the heart of it all. It has world-class shopping centres and boutique street stores, so you'll be spoiled for choice.
Pitt Street …Read More
Matt is a fulltime landscape, aerial and surf photographer based out of the Central Coast with a focus on the coastline between Sydney and Newcastle.
With a massive range of picture perfect postcard landscape shots Matt’s collection of aerial and surfscape images now feature in his books and line the walls of many locals, including one non local that goes by the name of Pink.
Starting out back in 2001 with a panoramic film camera and box of film Matt …Read More
There’s no better place to welcome the New Year than in Sydney – with the best fireworks and city celebration in the world.
With so much to do in the city – here’s a few of our suggested activities to check out this year.
Harbourlights Daytime Festival
One of the hottest events is known as Harbourlights, which takes place near the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney City.
You’ll have an unparalleled view of Sydney Harbour as you enjoy a picnic …Read More