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My WeekendNotes - 15
Spotlight
Sydney has a very sexy side that is often hidden just out view. That next door neighbour might have a dungeon that s... [more]
Friendly service coupled with a modern Italian menu ensures Bar Zini satisfies. A chalkboard out the front invites me... [more]
 
Paragliding (not to be confused with parasailing) is one of the easiest and quickest ways to emancipate terrestrial ... [more]
The Harlequin Inn is a friendly pub that feels like your local. Lacking the pompous atmosphere that often pervades c... [more]
A perfect mix of high humidity and early cool temperatures has brought an especially fruitful wild mushroom crop this ye... [more]
If you find the Circular Quay to Manly ferry a bit too relaxed, get some perspective with a ride on a jet boat in th... [more]
Darling Harbour is a favourite spot for kids to get saturated in public. The various fountains and sculptures on the... [more]
The Sydney Fish Market is located between the a harbour and broadway. It sits on a little nook of the harbour and can be... [more]
The Chinese Garden of Friendship is yin to the yang of the city. Situated between Darling Harbour promenade and Chin... [more]
Shelly beach is unique place with a not-so-unique name. Located within easy walking distance of the Manly ferry terminal... [more]
Every Sunday, Parkour Australia give lessons in becoming an urban ninja at Pyrmont point park. Parkour is the art... [more]
Their is a certain magic about archery. Ubiquitous in mythology and legend, it appeals to a romantic side of ourselves. ... [more]
Royal National Park is a pain-in-the-arse to get to but is well worth the effort. The easiest way to get there is to dri... [more]
Bronte Beach is heavenly. Catch a 378 from Central, Oxford Street or Bondi all the way to the beach for a day of swimmin... [more]
If you have ever tried cycling on the roads of Sydney and felt scared, this course is for you. It is aimed at giving... [more]