The Royal Botanic Gardens are 30 hectares of nature in the middle of Sydney City. It is such a nice place to escape the busy streets in the city, and enjoy a relaxing walk or pick-nick. With lots of different plants, flowers and other things around to see, you won’t get bored. Walk down to… Read More


A great spot to hang out on a sunny day! A couple of years ago, they changed the name of the beach to Murray Rose pool, but locals still call it Redleaf beach or Redleaf pool. It’s one of the first beaches you’ll get to coming from the city in to the eastern suburbs. The… Read More

Shark  Beach

Shark beach a beach in Nielsen Park, and is perfect to spend your summer day. A great beach to go for a swim. The park has lots of shade and enough space to throw the Frisbee, play sports or have a picnic. Don’t want to bring your own food, or looking for ice-cream to cool… Read More

Harbour Bridge 2

Did you ever wonder why the most famous bridge in Australia (maybe even the whole world) is simply called the ‘Harbour Bridge’? Isn’t that just a way of saying that it’s a bridge crossing the harbour, which is the purpose of almost every bridge ever built..? Yet only the Australians would go: “No worries about… Read More

Opera House 3

There’s nothing secret about Sydney being the home to the Opera House. In fact, as one of the most popular attractions in Australia, the opera house attracts more than 8.2 million visitors every year. So of course, you can’t visit Sydney (or Australia) without visiting the Opera House! Even if you’ve been in Sydney for… Read More