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My WeekendNotes - 179
In the immortal words of Sebastian from The Little Mermaid, "Under the seaUnder the seaDarling it's betterDown where it'... [more]
Whether you're looking to head north, south or west from Sydney, New South Wales is home to some fantastic holiday desti... [more]
From the unspoilt south coast to the famous beaches of the state's north, NSW is home to an array of wonderful beach hol... [more]
UNESCO's globally recognised list of World Heritage sites contains places of special cultural or physical significance. ... [more]
UNESCO's globally recognised list of World Heritage sites contains places of special cultural or physical significance. ... [more]
UNESCO's globally recognised list of World Heritage sites contains places of special cultural or physical significance. ... [more]
There's a lot to see in Western Australia: pristine beaches, colourful wildflowers, sleepy historic towns and the majest... [more]
There's so much to see and do in Queensland: world-famous beaches, lush tropical rainforests, historic mining towns, mas... [more]
Manly to Spit Bridge This is one of Sydney's most famous walking routes, and a quick glance at the scenery it encompass... [more]
In the words of Martin Luther, "Beer is made by men, wine by God." And although South Australia is the state best known ... [more]
Sydney is a great city for dog lovers. Whether you'd like to treat your four-legged friend to a gourmet meal, spoil her ... [more]
There's a lot to see in NSW: beautiful beaches, towering mountain ranges, quaint historic villages and sweeping outback ... [more]
Among other things, Tasmania is famous for its pristine national parks - and Mt Field National Park is one of the state'... [more]
Boasting relaxing grassy spaces with some pretty impressive harbour views, the Lavender Bay Parklands offer several beau... [more]
Jutting out into Sydney Harbour, Balls Head Reserve is almost nine hectares of waterfront bushland just 1.5 kilmoetres f... [more]
When Captain Cook's Endeavour arrived on Australian shores in 1770, botanist Joseph Banks set about documenting as much ... [more]
Everyone has those special places where they take visitors from out of town to show them the best Sydney has to offer - ... [more]
There are very few places around Sydney that give you a glimpse of what the area would have looked like before Europeans... [more]
With an enviable position overlooking Balls Head Bay and Oyster Cove, Badangi Bushland Reserve boasts great views and a ... [more]
In a city as big as Sydney, there are plenty of undiscovered gems just waiting to be explored. Recently I stumbled acros... [more]
Is there anything better than a Sunday session in a great beer garden? Beer, sun, a few mates and a relaxed atmosphere -... [more]
You can't go wrong with a chicken parmi. In fact, this pub classic is usually the best barometer to measure how good an ... [more]
Roses are red Violets are blue Where's NSW's most romantic holiday destination According to you? Where do you go ... [more]
The family road trip is something of an Aussie tradition. Some of the best memories of my childhood were made trekking n... [more]
There's something special about bushwalking which is hard to put your finger on. As wilderness preservationist John Muir... [more]
Named after Hyde Park in London, Sydney's Hyde Park is the oldest public parkland in Australia. Taking up more than 16 h... [more]
If there's one thing Brisbane lacks, it's a great beach. Sure, Southbank is nice for the kiddies and there's plenty of l... [more]
Whether you want to spend your weekend swimming, fishing, sailing, kayaking, waterskiing or just relaxing by the water, ... [more]
From the backpacker-infested sands of Bondi Beach to the pristine waters of Jervis Bay, NSW is home to some wonderful be... [more]
Sydney is famous for its many beautiful beaches. When summer arrives and the temperatures start to head north, we're luc... [more]
Camping holidays are an Aussie tradition. Pitching a tent and roughing it for a few days has been a staple family holida... [more]
Are you trying to stay in shape, or maybe shed some of those extra kilos you managed to pile on over the colder months? ... [more]
The humble pub crawl is an Aussie institution. Whether you're on a bucks or hens day, an end-of-season gathering with th... [more]
The Springwood Park area has been crying out for a quality cafe for some time, but the wait is now over with the arrival... [more]
Animal lovers young and old are in for a real treat at Brisbane's Mini Farm, located in the Logan suburb of Greenbank. ... [more]
Looking for an island getaway? Queensland has got you covered. From budget, family-friendly holidays through to luxuriou... [more]
Covering over 500 hectares of land, and sitting around 25 kilometres south of Brisbane city, Daisy Hill Conservation Par... [more]
When a beautiful seaside town gets as popular as Noosa, its viability as a family holiday destination tends to diminish.... [more]
If you're thinking of heading south for a weekend road trip, it's worth looking a little further than the bright lights ... [more]
The perfect family holiday isn't necessarily all that complicated, but sometimes it can be very hard to find. All you ne... [more]
Is there a special companion missing from your life? Do you want someone to cuddle up next to on the lounge in front of ... [more]
When I grow up, I want to be... If your child finishes this sentence with "a vet", the 2016 Future Vet Kids Camp coul... [more]
04/01/2016 - 15/01/2016
From fine foods to fast cars, there's a festival somewhere in NSW to celebrate just about everything. When you're lookin... [more]
When travellers from all over the world visit Australia on holiday, many of them have one thing they'd love to tick off ... [more]
Thanks to its great weather, relaxed vibe and its proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is on the bucket list of t... [more]
When most people think of Cairns, the first thing that pops into their minds is the Great Barrier Reef. Throw in snorkel... [more]
Tell someone you're heading to the Hunter Valley for the weekend and they'll immediately assume you're going wine tastin... [more]
Broadbeach's already impressive dining scene has another new addition, Sinartra's Restaurant and Bar. Found in the Oracl... [more]
You can usually tell how good a takeaway place is by the amount of customers it gets. So when I showed up at Peter's Fis... [more]
From pristine Kangaroo Island to the magical Flinders Ranges, there's so much to see and do in South Australia. The best... [more]
When you think of wine holiday destinations in NSW, the first place that comes to mind is the Hunter Valley. After all, ... [more]
While certain areas of Sydney are famous for their Italian eateries, you don't have to go to Norton Street or one of the... [more]
A significant area of Aussie bushland, a sunny picnic spot, and some enviable views of Sydney Harbour and the city beyon... [more]
The USA is the land where big is best. From cars to buildings and everything in between, size is all important. And that... [more]
Beautiful beachside towns, never-ending traffic jams, backseat battles, bouts of carsickness, service station chips and ... [more]
There's a whole lot to see and do in Victoria: rugged coastal scenery, boutique wineries, historic villages, soaring alp... [more]
Sydney is a city made for amateur photographers. Find yourself a beautiful vantage point anywhere around the harbour and... [more]
A 30th birthday is a huge milestone in anyone's books, and when that birthday is being celebrated by Sydney's oldest and... [more]
Are you a beer snob? Instead of knocking back one of the mass-produced beers from one of Australia's big brewers, would ... [more]
The Australian beer industry has come a long way over the past couple of decades, all thanks to the burgeoning craft bee... [more]
Maria Ann Smith arrived in Sydney in 1838, and in the mid-1850s her family bought a parcel of land in the Eastwood area.... [more]
Acres of grassy space, dogs running free, tennis courts and a decent kids' playground - welcome to Kotara Park. Located ... [more]
Taking in seven parks and reserves as well as some peaceful bushland scenery, the Shrimptons Creek walking track and cyc... [more]
If you want to experience a slice of the Aussie bush close to Sydney, the best place to head is Lane Cove National Park.... [more]
What's big, green and something every dog loves? North Ryde Common, of course. This huge patch of lush green grass is... [more]
Located in a quiet corner of Ryde, Pidding Park is part of the extensive swathe of bushland and green space in the area ... [more]
There's not many major cities around the world where you can be in the middle of the bush just 10km from the CBD, but Sy... [more]
If you feel like exploring the Aussie bush, you don't have to leave the suburbs to get out amongst some natural surround... [more]
La Perla Seafood Restaurant promotes itself as a Gladesville institution, and when you've been dishing up succulent, fre... [more]
Finding a peaceful bushland sanctuary in suburban Sydney is easier said than done, residential development having long a... [more]
Like many areas around Sydney, the Chatswood region retains little of its native vegetation. There are, however, several... [more]
If you're looking for a quiet picnic spot in the Chatswood area, add this little patch of green to your list. Located on... [more]
Teppan-Yaki restaurants give new meaning to the phrase "dinner and a show", offering tasty dishes and plenty of entertai... [more]
Central NSW Tourism has launched a new 'Food and Wine Discovery Trail' for a delicious self-drive holiday through this h... [more]
Every suburb needs a great family park, a place where you can take the kids for a day of fun in the sun. For residents o... [more]
Despite what the name would suggest, Sutherland Park is actually found in Chatswood on Sydney's north shore. With a grea... [more]
Muston Park is a shady, pretty park on Sydney's north shore. Located on Penshurst Street in Chatswood, the park is a gre... [more]
Newtown is one of Sydney's best suburbs for foodies. Wander along King Street on any given night and the delicious smell... [more]
Go anywhere in Tasmania and chances are you'll soon find yourself a piece of stunning natural wilderness. Cataract Gorge... [more]
Freycinet National Park is a peninsula of white sandy beaches, spectacular granite mountains and azure bays on Tasmania'... [more]
Victoria Dock, found just a short stroll from Hobart's Salamanca Place, is the home port for many fishing boats plying t... [more]
Forest Park is a family-friendly reserve in Epping. With a kids' playground, picnic areas, tall trees and plenty of open... [more]
Winding your way in towards the city along Sydney's north shore, seemingly every corner you turn you come across another... [more]
Whether you're looking for a quiet picnic spot, relaxing bushwalk, great kids' playground or simply just a spot to just ... [more]
Back in February of the year 1790, the first recorded meeting in the Lane Cove area between the Cameraygal people and th... [more]
Whenever you come across a peaceful little picnic spot right on the water, there's an understandable desire to keep it a... [more]
When an event is promoted as "not your average food festival", you know you're in for an interesting day out. Bankstown ... [more]
SMASH! Sydney Manga and Anime Show is returning again in 2013, set to take place at the Sydney Convention Centre in Darl... [more]
Munch through May at a series of fabulous new events in the Pyrmont Festival of Wine, Food and Art. Held from 17-26 ... [more]
17/05/2013 - 26/05/2013
The Harold Reid Headland, which is also known as the Sugarloaf, is a Hawkesbury sandstone landform that rises up above M... [more]
Castle Hill's Fred Caterson Recreation Reserve is 58 hectares of outdoor recreational goodness. With sporting fields, bu... [more]
On a clear and sunny Autumn day, there's few better places to spend a couple of hours than in a pretty park overlooking ... [more]
Tucked away in the leafy back streets of Wollstonecraft, Brennan Park is a popular spot for locals to spend some time re... [more]
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