So you're heading to Australia and your first stop is Sydney. There's so much to do and you've only planned 2-3 days because you want to head off to the Barrier Reef or Uluru (wise choices my friend). To take the hassle and stress out of planning, we've created a 48 hour Sydney itinerary to make sure you see the best this amazing city has to offer. We've lived here for four and a half years and used this itinerary for everyone who visits, so we know it's a winner.
Let's face it, a big draw card for visiting Sydney is the world famous Bondi beach. And whilst it's a beauty, there are so many others to choose from. Staggeringly, there are over 100 different beaches to choose from, and they're all different. It's what makes this city one of the best in the world and why so many people choose to emigrate here. So to help you out, we've written a blog on our top 10.
There's no better time to photograph Sydney then at sunrise and sunset. Not only do you avoid the crowds, but you'll be able to get those magnificent colours reflecting off the water. There's a lot of really great spots for both sunrise and sunset, so here's our top picks!
Sydney is one of the world's great cities, built around an incredible harbour and is most people's starting point in Australia. It offers incredible beaches, wildlife and beautiful national parks. It's been our home for 4 years, so here's our ultimate guide to Sydney.
Sydney's an expensive place, even for those of us who live here. But there's a lot of cheap or free things to do and the majority of things to see in Sydney are outdoors and free! Here's our guide to making your budget stretch a bit further with some great, but cheap things to do.
Few places are as perfect for photos as Sydney & The Blue Mountains. Here's our guide to the best locations to make everyone jealous on Instagram.