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My WeekendNotes - 135 - Page 2
There is a scarcely audible revolution unfolding in the streets of Sydney, fuelled by the innovation of the City of Sydn... [more]
To the north of Wanda and Elouera beaches in Cronulla, there is a low sand-dune with the merest sprinkling of grass. Fa... [more]
If it were possible to pick up a little slice of New Orleans from the 1960s and transplant it in Sydney's CBD, it would ... [more]
The Rozelle peninsula contains a complex maze of urban streets, giving way to the occasional patch of green at the water... [more]
Surrounding Bradley Head Road on both sides is the extensive bushland, which seamlessly blends into the Taronga Zoologic... [more]
Military Road winds through through the lower North Shore, passing through Neutral Bay, Cremorne, Mosman and Middle Head... [more]
Some of my strongest recollections of my grandmother involve a small, portable sewing kit. It was in a velvet case, inc... [more]
From 20 to 22 August, in the JR Fleming Stand and Grounds of Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, the ABC Gardening Expo will pr... [more]
Potholing is an expression that originated in the United Kingdom as a subset category of recreational caving. For potho... [more]
To many, handball is associated with slightly geeky school children. In actuality, handball has its origins in the anci... [more]
Orienteering has a broad sweep. At its most basic, it is a sport involving the use of compasses and maps to navigate fr... [more]
To the north-east of the CBD, Millers Point towers above the harbour, against the backdrop of a modern cityscape. In st... [more]
It was not Congwong Beach but its smaller cousin, Little Congwong Beach, that has been garnering the press recently. Li... [more]
In the furthest reaches of Sydney's eastern suburbs, lies a peaceful beach called Nielsen Park. Enjoying a heritage sta... [more]
Anyone who has seen Pixar's animated classic, Finding Nemo, will know the underwater world is brimming with captivating ... [more]
The residents of Sydney enjoy their perambulations. For history buffs, there are historical walking tours provided by t... [more]
Newtown is a suburb primarily characterised by its trendy, hipster locals. Most people who frequent the streets of Newt... [more]
In Sydney's lower North Shore, Greenwich a small peninsula boasting harbour views and wealthy residents, all within stri... [more]
This August, Sydney will be taking part in a national network of events celebrating the scientific achievements and aspi... [more]
14/07/2010
It is hard to imagine that anyone could sit through "Lord of the Rings", "Pirates of the Carribbean", or even "The Princ... [more]
The Kurnell Peninsula in Cronulla is home to a series of spectacular sand dunes known as the Kurnell sand dunes. Since ... [more]
From Shirley Temple to Fred Astaire, the syncopated beats of the tap dancer's metal-plated shoes have always been associ... [more]
Manly Council is proud of its environment - and with good reason. Located on the southern end of the Manly-Warringah pen... [more]
In 1936, Philip S. Nutt, then president of the American Society of Teachers of Dancing, told the New York Times that swi... [more]
For someone whose exposure to the world of automobiles primarily revolves around driving to the local shops and occasion... [more]
For some, the idea of exploring the depths of a cave is the stuff of nightmares. But for fans of speleology (or spelunk... [more]
It was possibly the most striking line in Janet Fitch's White Oleander: "the mistrust of heights is the mistrust of self... [more]
The North Sydney Oval lies at the intersection of Miller and Ridge Streets in North Sydney, and represents not only an i... [more]
The City of Canada Bay was born from the union of Concord and Drummoyne councils. Encompassing Drummoyne, Five Dock, St... [more]
For suburb primarily associated with cafe culture and hole-in-the-wall galleries, Balmain also boasts a high number of r... [more]
Balmain is more regularly associated with bargain second-hand shops and artsy locals than it is natural wonders. Locate... [more]
Leichhardt Council does not lack parks and playgrounds, with district and foreshore parks spanning the eight suburbs tha... [more]
To the north of the Leichardt municipality, away from the bustle of Roselle's main traffic artery, lies King George Park... [more]
There is something about Waverton that inspires a sense of the seaside town. It is possible that this is a misleading i... [more]
Refugee Week is an initiative of the Refugee Council of Australia, a national body representing the interests of refugee... [more]
20/06/2010
Crown Street wends its way through some of Sydney's trendiest suburbs, straddling the divide between old and new, tradit... [more]
In Sydney's inner-west, Haberfield is a suburb populated by excellent restaurants and cafes with a rich architectural he... [more]
In 1789, HMS Sirius was careened at Mosman Bay, also known by some as Great Sirius Cove. Since then, Mosman Bay has bee... [more]
Newtown's streets are known for their wide avenues, majestic fig trees, and off-beat locals. The association is rarely ... [more]
Garigal National Park does not exist in a singular block, but rather covers various areas, including Bantry Bay, Middle ... [more]
Blackwoods Beach is just one of the many beaches that characterize the southern sydney suburb of Cronulla. Cronulla is ... [more]
When Russell Crowe and Peter Holmes a Court purchased the South Sydney Rabbitohs, it marked a new phase of redevelopment... [more]
With the furore surrounding the Winter Olympics reaching a fever-pitch, it is possible for the Antipodean fan to feel le... [more]
For most people, mountain biking is a graduation from traditional cycling: a mark of skill and endurance. But my first ... [more]
Here is a useful piece of advice for surviving in Britain: never refer to snooker as the slightly dorky cousin of pool. ... [more]
There is something hypnotic about the synchronized strokes of a rowing crew propelling themselves across a body of water... [more]
If you attended a primary school within the Sydney area, chances are you once passed an enjoyable day at Warragamba Dam ... [more]
There is always one person at any dinner party who cannot enjoy a drink of wine without swilling, sniffing, or even spit... [more]
It is possible that you've never heard of Illoura Reserve. Even an expert in Sydney geography could be forgiven for rea... [more]
There is nothing more relaxing than a dip in the pool during the summer months. So, what do you get when you add seven ... [more]
It can be rather counterintuitive treating the game of pool as a structured hobby, when a brief visit to any neighborhoo... [more]
It is easy for Sydney locals to grow jaded as they commute over the Harbour Bridge or stroll passed the Opera House ever... [more]
From a distance, one could be fooled into thinking that they were merely sailboats - perhaps slightly closer to shore th... [more]
Kirribilli is a leafy suburb, tucked away from the serpentine roads of the lower North Shore, but boasting some of the m... [more]
There are some places that will forever be associated with the sense of wonderment that comes upon you only during child... [more]
With the winter months upon us, many Sydney-siders will find themselves favouring the more sedentary side of life: drink... [more]
08/08/2010
With the variety of fish species thriving just below the surface of the waterways of Sydney, there is ample choice for f... [more]
There are various components to the art of rock climbing, but the single unifying aspect is usually the reassuring prese... [more]
Every Thursday they would converge on the main sports field at the University of Sydney: men and women with frisbees, la... [more]
Gore Creek Reserve is a surprisingly vibrant natural habitat in the suburban landscape of Greenwich. As its name wo... [more]
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