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Mid-winter sunshine casts long shadows in the crisp breezy afternoons. The sky is a pale cobalt blue and the sun at noon pierces the chill of Sydney in July. Locals will tell you it’s freezing, but that’s only because if we can’t swim in the ocean, we’ll recite with great drama, how this is the coldest winter in 116.5 years. Sydney siders are crazy about the sunshine, and to be fair, it… Read More

Under the haze of the Jacaranda blooms, there’s a spring in our step as we start our guided walking tour meandering through Sydney’s backstreets, taking in her famous lookouts and infamous characters. Its convict tales echoed in the textured cobbled pathways tell stories of survival, ambition and triumph. Today these corners are the hubs that give Sydney it’s cool cafe scene and hole in the wall coffee spots. As the sun filters… Read More

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