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Seaside Sydney

Living in Brisbane, a steamy subtropical city 900 kilometres North of Sydney, makes coming home to the coast all the more alluring. Instead of over an hour’s drive to catch a wave it’s a short distance downhill from my parents home to the ocean. Quickly reminding me how much that proximity can change your whole […]


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Strolling the Mosman to Kirribilli harbour trail

If you like harbour views of bobbing yachts, lush bushland gardens and a peak at some of Sydney’s most historic and expensive houses then a walk from Mosman through Cremorne Point to Kirribilli has your name on it. It’s a stunning path that I took again the other day under cloudy skies, sweating with the […]


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Natural Sydney Harbour

Growing up in Sydney means I’m a little biased, but I have heard many people say how much they love the beauty of the harbour and I’m no different. I’ve also heard people say how much they dislike the city hustle and the stressed out locals. I’m not a fan of big cities in general […]


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The River

The Hawkesbury River is a very special place for our family – a tidal estuary that runs some 120 kilometres to its mouth in Sydney’s Broken Bay. My Dad has been dedicated to fishing it for close to seventy years and his father loved the river for most of his life. Grandfather had a boathouse […]


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Sydneys’ Sculpture by the sea

With a little Brisbane city fever and Summer fast approaching I was well in need of a visit home to Sydney – a stay with my dear friend Mon was in order. I couldn’t think of a nicer way to catch up than a walk along the coastline; the added bonus being a chance to […]


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Savouring Australia’s incredible seafood

Considering Australia is a huge island and most of the population live along the coastline, it’s easy to understand how heavily seafood features as part of our cuisine. So after being away for such a long time, and breaking fifteen years as a vegetarian eating fish in Latin America, a feast was in order. A […]


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Exploring Sydney’s beautiful Harbour on foot

I wanted to show Andres the best of Sydney Harbour in a short space of time, and on the cheap; so we dusted off the thongs and got walking. We focused on the main attraction of the ocean foreshore, a lush food stop and some quiet natural spaces with killer views. One of the best […]


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Relishing the classic Aussie beach day

For me, growing up in Sydney was all about the Harbour – swimming laps in ocean pools after school, meeting friends at parks to watch the sunset across the water and body surfing the breaks along the Northern Beaches. Returning home to perfect weather after two years away has reminded me how lucky I am […]


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