Top Gear Festival Sydney will race around the tracks of Sydney Motorsport Park on the weekend of 8-9 March, 2014, for two days of all things cars and racing.
The festival will be hosted by Top Gear UK show hosts Jeremy Clarkson and James May as well as the Stig. Fans can expect all the general mayhem and madness synonymous with the Top Gear presenters.
One of Clarkson and May’s most madcap stunts to date, Car Bungee, will be free-falling …Read More
Morning Bondi is the photo diary of Amaury Tréguer, a French photographer who made Bondi Beach his home since September 2010.
Amaury never misses a morning down the beach – everyday of the year he wakes up at 5:30am to exercise with his friends and capture the essence of Bondi with his camera. His pictures focus on Bondi’s beautiful sunrises, local characters and any other interesting events and activities that cross his path. ”Bondi Beach is such a cool and vibrant …Read More
Experience authentic Aboriginal culture at the First Hand Workshops and Markets launching on Sunday, 2 March, at Bare Island, La Perouse in Botany Bay.
The island, accessible by footbridge, will be transformed into an Aboriginal arts festival on the first Sunday of every month.
Practice the healing Djaadjawaan dance, create your own shell art or discover how to make a traditional spear in one of the many workshops on offer.
Kids can learn too on a Catch N Cook tour …Read More
Vans BOWL-A-RAMA Bondi is a week long “Festival of the Skateboard”, including art, music and film events, leading up to one of the largest professional concrete series in the world.
In its tenth year, Vans BOWL-A-RAMA™ Bondi boasted a six day line-up of skateboarding infused cultural activities kicking off from February 18th, 2014 with the competition taking place Saturday February 22nd.
2014 saw Vans BOWL-A-RAMA™ Bondi celebrating its 10th birthday with skateboarding’s most successful and influential skaters. The line up …Read More
I am lucky enough to be born and bred in Sydney. I love this city, it has so much culture and such great architecture that lends itself to great photo opportunities.
As a young boy I believe I was very creative, I built cool places for my Matchbox cars and painted plenty of things I shouldn’t have.
I remember my first Canon EOS 50 film camera, and how I thought I was so cool to have it. Like so many …Read More
The Inter Dominion Grand Final, harness racing’s pinnacle event in the southern hemisphere, will be held at Sydney’s Tabcorp Menangle Park on March 2.
It’s the second consecutive year Sydney plays grand final host, having secured the event from 2013 – 2015. The series was traditionally held on an annual rotation between Australia and New Zealand.
Grand final day on March 2 will bring three weeks of racing and equine events to a momentous end. The 10-race program will feature …Read More
Mix the world’s best surfers with action sports, music, art, fashion and skateboarding all for free and all on Manly Beach and you get the Hurley Australian Open of Surfing!
The ASP tour’s best hit Manly on February 8 to launch the country’s biggest ever action sports and youth culture festival, the Australian Open of Surfing.
The nine day festival celebrated the best of Australian action sports, music, art and fashion and incorporated skateboarding and ASP-sanctioned 6 star events and …Read More
Escape Reality’s London native Joe Gilmore and Toronto born Jamie Peterson are beginning their dreams of photographing beautiful destinations around the world and making it their full-time job. An off-chance meeting in Brisbane was all it took for discussions of their shared passion of travel and photography to spark the creation of their website, Escape Reality, which is still in its initial stages of development.
The main focus of their new website is to provide tips for individuals who are …Read More
Since this is my first time living in Sydney, this was also my first Australia Day experience full of pride and energy. Rather than be a bystander, I jumped in headfirst to partake in this annual celebration––quite literally at points.
6:00 AM: The alarm goes off, and it’s time to gear up for a big day.
7:00 AM: Australia Day always begins with an official welcome to country. Aboriginal people native to northern Sydney arrive at the Opera House to …Read More
Sydney is one of the most stunning cities in the world. With panoramic views of Sydney Harbour, including the iconic structures of the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, there are few places that can impress quite as much as Sydney.
Diners are often among those who get to appreciate these views, with dinner by the window of one of Sydney’s many restaurants – an ideal way to enjoy the sights.
Here are a number of Sydney’s best …Read More