Travel Photo of the Moment Turimetta Beach Sydney Australia

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of  Turimetta Beach Sydney Australia and was taken by blueriotriver Turimetta Beach is undoubtedly a beautiful beach, however the turbulent waters make this a dangerous place to swim. That said, the incoming waves and the setting sun make for a spectacular view. Photo credit: blueriotriver

Australia’s Archibald Fountain

The Archibald Fountain was built in 1932 by the French sculptor, Francois Sicard, to commemorate the bond between France and Australia during the first World War. Mr. J.F. Archibald set up a fund to pay for the fountain along with instructions as to how he wanted his personal gift to the City of Sydney constructed.

Getting On Top of Sydney Harbour Bridge

One of the most iconic symbols of Australia, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is not only a functional traffic and pedestrian bridge crossing one of the world’s most beautiful harbors – it’s also becoming a classic tourist experience for visitors who want to get a different view of Sydney by getting right to the top of […]

Exploring the Sydney Opera House

The photogenic Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable buildings of the southern hemisphere, if not the world. Its sail-like shells and its beautiful location on Sydney Harbour make it a key destination for tourists visiting Australia; it has even been on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 2007. Unfortunately, many tourists just […]

Understanding the Real Sydney

30 Days in Sydney: A Distorted Account by well-known Australian writer Peter Carey is not, as the title might suggest, a traveler’s guide book for how to spend thirty days in Australia’s biggest city. It’s something much different, loosely framed on Carey’s thirty-day stay in Sydney while he lived abroad in New York.