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Birchgrove and Surrounds

Located 5 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD, Birchgrove offers picturesque views of the Parramatta River, Cockatoo Island and Sydney city, making this waterfront area one of the wealthier suburbs of Sydney. This inner west suburb was named after Birchgrove House, which was built by Lieutenant...

Hornby Lighthouse and South Head

Hornby Lighthouse is best recognised by the distinct red and white lighthouse standing tall at the edge of South Head. Known as the “Lower Light”, distinguishing itself from “Upper Light” (Macquarie Lighthouse), Hornby Lighthouse was designed by Alexander Dawson, a New South Wales...

Macquarie Lighthouse

Named after Lachlan Macquarie, the Governor of New South Wales from 1810 to 1821, the Macquarie Lighthouse is the oldest in Australia. Situated on Dunbar Head in Vaucluse, it acted as a crucial navigational aid as ships headed towards the entrance of Sydney Harbour. Convict architect,...

Sydney Harbour

Sydney is recognised for its famous harbour, with the hustle and bustle of the ferries maneuvering their way around the water, the iconic Opera House perfectly matched with the Harbour Bridge, and those yachts sailing effortlessly on the shimmering blue water.  Whether Sydney has been your...

Opera House

Dramatic angles that fully encompass the Sydney experience, these panoramic aerial shots provide a unique perspective of one of our greatest national treasures. One of the most significant triumphs of modern architecture, the Sydney Opera House is a multiple performance venue and one of...

Shelly Beach and North Head Surrounds

Shelly Beach and the surrounding area is renowned for its idyllic natural landscape, pristine snorkeling locations and elements of wilderness, best viewed from the air. A well known destination for wanderers and adventurers, the North Head Trail is one of Sydney’s most iconic walks, which...

Barrenjoey Lighthouse, Palm Beach

Barrenjoey is Sydney’s most northern point, located in the beautiful Palm Beach. The area was originally named “Barrenjuee” by Captain Arthur Phillip in 1788, meaning ‘little kangaroo’. Barrenjoey is essentially the northern headland, made up of Hawkesbury sandstone overlaying...

Coogee Beach and Surrounds

Coogee Beach is well known for being a great family friendly beach with the large rock formation, Wedding Cake Island, breaking the big waves and calming waters as it hits the beach. Whether you’re a local or visitor to the area, the beachside suburb has everything on offer from outdoor...

ANZAC Bridge

Connecting Pyrmont and Glebe Island in the suburb of Rozelle, the ANZAC Bridge is the third of its kind in that particular location and is the longest span cable-stayed bridge in Australia. The bridge is 32.2 metres (106 ft) wide and the main span is 345 metres (1,132 ft) long. The reinforced...

Rushcutters Bay

Surrounded by giant Moreton Bay fig trees, hundreds of luxury yachts and no dearth of top class restaurants, Rushcutters Bay is an impressive space, popular among joggers, dog owners and boat enthusiasts. The CYCA has a marina that is capable of berthing yachts up to 30 metres long, many five...

La Perouse, Botany Bay & Bare Island Fortress

The La Perouse peninsula makes up the northern headland of Botany Bay, the site of Captain James Cook's first landing on the continent of Australia. The south-eastern suburb in the City of Randwick is named after a French navigator who landed on the shores of Botany Bay just days after the arrival...

Sydney Park

Located in the suburb of St Peters, Sydney Park boasts forty hectares of luscious grass, wetlands, playgrounds and recreational facilities. Hanging high above the park are the iconic kilns and chimneys leftover from the old brickworks site. The north-west area of the park was once a valuable...

Bondi to Coogee

The Bondi to Coogee walk is truly a route paved with gold – The breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean crashing on the rugged ancient rocks and soft sand mix well the lively hustle bustle of the surfers, joggers, café culture and endless array of happy Sydney-siders. Be sure to keep an eye out...

Sydney Harbour & Luna Park

With a full panoramic view of Sydney Harbour & Bridge, Opera House and Luna Park, you’ll have no trouble getting lost. If there were one place that truly summarises Sydney's modern prominence, this is the place. If you liked Sydney Harbour & Luna Park, you'll love our article on...

Sydney University

Founded in 1850, Sydney University is considered one of the world's most prestigious and beautiful universities. Carved from elegant golden Sydney sandstone, USYD's hallmark buildings tower majestically over their surroundings.   If you liked Sydney University, you'll love our...