Sydney is incredibly blessed with some of the most famous and beautiful beaches in the world – all that sand, sparkling blue ocean and a water temperature that never dips below mild. It’s entirely understandable why spending the day at the beach is a favorite pastime of Sydneysiders. Whether it is summer or winter, you can always find a handful of people on any beach at any location throughout the city.
Sydney is blessed with well over 100 beaches in the city, ranging in size from a few meters to several kilometers, located along the city’s Pacific Ocean coastline and its harbors, bays, and rivers.
Underneath I will show you 7 of my favorite and most pretty beaches that are in Sydney. From the uber-popular Bondi, Manly, and Palm Beach to the small and oh so pretty Gordons bay or Balmoral Beach.
Who hasn’t dreamt of visiting the Big Apple! I know I have for years and years. My good friend Kim has been several times and called it one of her favorite cities to visit. Together with here, have written this very extensive guide to New York City. From where to eat, where to stay, what to see and when to go is all given in this guide!
We have tried to make it as all comprising as possible and ended up with a post with more than 2500 words. So, I hope you will enjoy this guide and leave a quick comment underneath if you found it helpful or when you are going to use it for your trip to New York.
Sydney’s harbor is truly a masterpiece that just doesn’t get boring to explore! So I keep exploring and photographing this tranquil busy inner harbor.
The last time I went for a shoot was a couple of weekends ago. It was Saturday evening, no one wanted to hang out with me, I was bored AF so I grabbed my camera and hopped on the bus to Milsons Point (10 minutes from my house) and spent about 2 hours photographing the harbor, the bridge, and the Opera House.
Underneath are some of the picture I have taken. View Post
Do you want to experience views upon views upon, world-class views of the iconic Sydney harbor? but not really looking to chop off an arm or leg just to be able to afford it? Well, have I got your back! Although we would all love to spend a good $250, $300 or even $400 on climbing the harbor bridge and getting those incredible sunsets, sunrises, cheesy smiley pictures with the ever so famous harbor behind us…… wait oh um WE CAN! Woohooo but for a fraction of the price and minus the hideous blue suits lol! yaaaay no limb chopping today haha!
The Sydney Pylon lookout is massively overlooked and comes with 360-degree views of the whole of Sydney Harbor! say what! that’s right……
Cockatoo Island is a UNESCO world-heritage-listed island in the middle of beautiful Sydney Harbour. Only a short but stunning ferry ride from the city CBD will drop you off at the Sydney Harbour’s largest island and one of Australia’s most fascinating historical sites.
It is a reasonably unknown and not very tourist island, heck I have been living in Sydney for more than 7 years, and I never visited before! I wish I had though, cause, with its urban and characterful buildings, this place is a photographer’s paradise. But not only that, this place is filled with interesting fact and history, which tourist alike should explore! Here is why…
Everyone loves a great adventure and everyone (well at least I’m sure) would hope to lead an adventurous life full of wonder, adrenaline, and exploration of this incredible planet. So, if you ever find yourself daydreaming in the office of something more exciting or are looking to book an activity or trip and just can’t seem to find that hmmm that “thing” that you want to do, then this bucket list is for you! Heck! Who am I kidding it’s for everyone!!
So go ahead start now! Start crossing off all those dreams and checking off all the adventures that you’ve only wished of going on! I dare you 😉
Last weekend my friend Kim and I took advantage of a break in the cold winter weather and headed over to Kirribili near the Sydney Harbour. This place really is a photo op galore, from heart-stopping beautiful views of Sydney’s Harbor, the Sydney Harbor Bridge, Sydney Opera House, and the cities sensational skyline….There are just too many photo opportunities.
We spend about 3 hours there before we had to head home and took that time to our full advantage. We took some pretty dazzling shots which I will show you underneath. I will also show you where to find these spots, in case you would like to re-create these. Cause you really should!
One of the most fun tasks when booking a trip is finding a hotel. With each destination comes its unique styles and challenges. From quirky to modern to cozy and from cheap to super expensive, there are often many options and many amazing amenities or perks.
The other day I was browsing Facebook, as you do, and stumbled upon an article about a unique hotel in Antarctica! I was intrigued and did some research on it. It is bloody amazing and only costs $92,500 per person. So yeah!
But this hotel did give me the idea to look up some more amazing hotels around the globe that cost a sweet penny.
The Sydney opera house is probably one of the most iconic buildings in the world! Who has not seen the iconic images of the unique building at Sydney’s harbor?
If you have never seen this building up close, then you probably have never realized how crazy it looks! I for example always thought it was 1 large building, but there are instead 4 separate buildings! Mind is blown, right?
The other week on a lovely sunny autumn day, I took my fancy pants DSLR camara to Circular Quay and took some pictures of this building up close! Curious what it looks like then read on….
Last week I was on a short mini-break in Tasmania to de-stress, enjoy life and just have a break from my day-to-day working live (managing a hotel is not as easy as most of you will think, its a high-stress job I tell ya).
I will be writing lots of cool guides etc about my holiday, but I thought I would share some pictures and a daily guide first. So this post is a sort of photo diary, but then better. (I think)