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Things to do in Wollongong

Are you looking for a place to escape to away from the big city? A place full of beautiful views, beaches and delicious food? How about Wollongong? Here are 10 things to do in...
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8 Southern Highlands Spring Experiences For Foodies

Spring in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales is a time of year to enjoy find food and lovely scenery. Here are eight amazing foodie experiences to enjoy in the Southern Highlands in...
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10 best things to do in Sydney

A stunning harbour, a world-renown Opera House and over 70 beaches are all good reasons to visit Sydney. Bondi Beach is world famous and (according to the Guinness Book of Records) Hyams Beach has the...
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Larmont Sydney by Lancemore

If you're looking for a luxury hotel in Sydney that is close to the city but doesn't have the feel of a large international chain, Larmont Sydney fits the bill. Larmont Sydney by Lancemore (which...
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ParkRoyal Darling Harbour

If you’re looking for a Sydney CBD hotel within walking distance of Darling Harbour and close to a train station, it’s worth considering ParkRoyal Darling Harbour. Darling Harbour is a popular venue for conferences...
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Primus Hotel Sydney – Gatsby glamour

Primus Hotel, Sydney’s newest five-star hotel, is the sort of place that Jay Gatsby might like to check into. A sensitive restoration and transformation of the former Sydney Water Board headquarters on Pitt Street...
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Radisson Blu Sydney | Luxury Hotel Near The Opera House

When you arrive in Sydney Domestic Airport, the cheapest and fastest way to get to your CBD hotel is to use the Sydney Airport Link. But catching the train isn’t always convenient, especially if...
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Manly Sydney – Reminiscing about Nicole Kidman Keith Urban

While looking through stories I had written in the last few years, I came across a travel piece I wrote a few years ago about how the Sydney beachside suburb of Manly Sydney had...
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Sydney’s history of tea – Quong Tart

Sydney’s tea-drinking culture can be credited to Quong Tart, a Chinese Mandarin who dressed like a Victorian English gentleman. History of tea In April 1895, the Australian Star reported “there is no more popular resort among...
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Secrets of Sydney – 6 historic buildings

You don’t have to stroll far to experience the old charm of Sydney. From bars to banks, the secrets of Sydney are hidden in its historic buildings. A few years ago, I went to the...


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Farm to table in BC’s Okanagan Valley

Barrels of freshly picked apples, baskets piled to the brim with sweet cherries, juicy peaches, plums and vegetables. A picturesque region of vineyards, orchards,...


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