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My WeekendNotes - 135
For a touch of elegance this summer, perhaps you should consider putting on your most formal attire and taking in a high... [more]
The segway is an odd contraption, more often associated with safety conscious geeks than the streets of Sydney. Standin... [more]
The Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre was not always the centre of arts and theatre in the Liverpool region. When it was fi... [more]
It may be slightly surprising to learn that contrary to it's title, Simmos Beach is not a beach in the traditional sense... [more]
For anyone with an interest in skateboarding, it can be difficult to find interesting places to skate in, without the ha... [more]
Pembroke Park is located on Pembroke Road in Minto, and is regularly frequented by office workers seeking to take a brea... [more]
Mawson Park may not be the largest park in Campbelltown, but it is certainly the oldest. Located on Queen Street, Mawso... [more]
It is a little known fact that Campbelltown enjoys a special relationship with Koshigaya City, in Japan. It was in hono... [more]
In an area characterised by stunning vistas, Little Manly Point is a well kept secret. The Harbour beach reserve, locat... [more]
For those of us who live in the inner city of Sydney, it can sometimes appear as if those suburbs situated at the city l... [more]
Manly Art Gallery and Museum is located in one of the most scenic areas of Manly. With views over Manly Cove, the Art G... [more]
With Manly being touted as the new wave of dining and shopping, it is important to familiarise yourself not only with th... [more]
The biking track at Manly Dam is one of the best tracks for off-road mountain biking in Sydney. With views of Manly Res... [more]
There are two secret ingredients to a truly exceptional garden: liberal and effective use of compost and a thriving popu... [more]
For the last two decades, Clean Up Australia Day has been an institution in Sydney. Each year, over 40,000 Sydney lo... [more]
Until 26 April, 2011, the Museum of Sydney will be hosting it's very own Edwardian Summer. While the reference is w... [more]
02/01/2011 - 26/04/2011
On 26 January 2011, Australians all over the world will take pause to commemorate the landing of the First Fleet at Sydn... [more]
If you like hurtling through the streets, flat on your back and travelling at break-neck speeds, then perhaps you may be... [more]
From 19 January to 5 March 2011, North Sydney Oval will be hosting the ME Bank Starlight Cinema. The films are largel... [more]
19/01/2010 - 05/03/2011
Bungee jumping is one of those activities that, if you didn't know for certain that it was a real sport that adrenaline ... [more]
What better way to enjoy those long summer nights than by taking a stroll through the Royal Botanic Gardens? Located ... [more]
Within the heart of Sydney, near Circular Quay Wharf and under the watchful eye of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, lies the h... [more]
On Saturday 29 January, 2011 from 10am to 12pm, Amnesty International and local artist Shannon Crees will unite in order... [more]
There is nothing more satisfying than finishing an engaging novel. But, the problem most of us face going into the New ... [more]
Simmons Point Reserve marks the easterly tip of Mort Bay. Located opposite Port Jackson, the small reserve is just one ... [more]
To the uninitiated, Reef Beach is no more than a tiny slip of sand in Seaforth, opposite the better known Manly Cove. T... [more]
In 2011, Taronga Zoo will host the Sun-Herald Twilight at Taronga concert series. From January, the sights of Sydne... [more]
While I hate to be a harbringer of bad news, it is difficult to refute the fact that now is an important time to save mo... [more]
For a proud city-dweller, it is easy to forget the rich farmlands and producers that lie just outside Sydney's urban spr... [more]
With a 40,000 year history in the area, the Indigenous Australians have left their impact upon the history and culture o... [more]
It sometimes seems as if the locals of Sydney are obsessed with views: the view of the Harbour, the view of the Opera Ho... [more]
Bar Broadway is a staple for both university students and the trendy workers of the low-lying media office blocks that l... [more]
Until 13 March 2011, the Australian Museum will host a special exhibition in order to showcase the shortlist of the Wild... [more]
It would not be an exaggeration to suggest that to someone with an interest in history, sighting the terracotta warriors... [more]
Since the 1970s, Annie Leibovitz has been dedicated to recording and magnifying the zeitgeist. If it is possible to... [more]
The Kaldor Public Art Projects have a 40 year history of bringing progressive artistic works into the public sphere. As... [more]
Located in the heart of Sydney's entertainment district in Haymarket, the Capitol Theatre stands today as a symbol of th... [more]
At 6.30pm on Sunday 19 December, Coogee Beach will be filled not with hoards of people hoping to enjoy a dip in the wave... [more]
There is an old idiom that people who claim to be scared of heights are really scared of falling. If that is the case, ... [more]
Flying in an aeroplane evokes various emotions. For some, the prospect of taking flight is accompanied by a sinking anx... [more]
In order to dive with sharks you need several things, including the ability to use scuba equipment, strong swimming skil... [more]
Walking around the gentrified streets of Sydney, it is easy to forget the legacy of crime and explosion that conspired t... [more]
From 25 September to 26 September, from 11am to 5pm, the Showring of Sydney's Entertainment Quarter will be celebrating ... [more]
Within walking distance from Taylor Square, Cantina Bar and Grill is an essential pitstop at the beginning of a night on... [more]
The Sydney Hilton is the apex of luxury in Sydney's hotel chains. Located in the centre of the CBD, the Hilton not only... [more]
In a series of long, glass cabinets, the diseased tissues of human beings are displayed for all who care to visit. ... [more]
Do you remember when you were eighteen and the night never seemed long enough? For most of us, the heady days of stayin... [more]
Have you ever wondered about the vividly colourful banknotes that we find in our wallets on a day-to-day basis? Have yo... [more]
There is something counter-intuitive about a group of free spirits organising an event. But, that's what the Sydney Fri... [more]
The Sydney incarnation of Sushi Tei is just one of a global chain of Japanese food, spanning countries such as Kuala Lum... [more]
As Australia's first tertiary education institution, the University of Sydney is a site of particular interest for anyon... [more]
Who says a sense of humour can't be taught? Certainly not the teachers at Comedy Court's Stand-Up School. If you can s... [more]
If it were possible for a train to go to nowhere, then the last railway station on the line would be Wondabyne. 65 ... [more]
No longer the domain of geeky school children, handball is a recognised sport in its own right. In fact, hand ball is n... [more]
One of the most distinctive aspects of Sydney is the encroaching presence of bushland in little pockets within the urban... [more]
Do you remember that first scene of "Casino Royale", when Sebastien Foucan scales walls and building sites without a har... [more]
Despite the tradition of James Dean and "Easy Rider", tattoos, cigarettes and a handlebar moustache are no longer prereq... [more]
For some women, being considered to be demure is a crowning virtue. For the women involved in Sydney's Roller Derby scen... [more]
If you are an unabashed fan of Kerry O'Brien, the Chaser, or just cannot get enough of Catalyst, perhaps you should cons... [more]
In 2010, the Sydney Writer's Festival (SWF) will once more adopt the format that has made it the pride of the city's lit... [more]
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