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9 AMAZING FACTS about the Sydney Harbour Bridge

In this video, we reveal 9 AMAZING facts about the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Gracing one of the world’s most beautiful harbours, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world’s largest steel arch bridge, which spans Sydney Habour from Dawes Point in the south to Milson’s Point in...

Pyrmont Bay to Circular Quay by Ferry

Image: Steve Collins Undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest and most magnificent harbours, Sydney Harbour has many secrets, many of which are revealed when you take a trip on a Sydney Harbour Ferry. Pyrmont Bay is a historic part of Sydney due to its location just opposite the main...

Taronga Zoo Roar & Snore

As I gently stroked the surprisingly velvety feet of an echidna, I realised how fitting it is that its image should grace the reverse side of the Australian five-cent coin: because this newly-hatched puggle was so small it could indeed fit comfortably on the coin. A puggle of course is a...

The Living History of Berrima

You could say that fate has preserved the history of Berrima. This wonderful, enchanting town sits snuggled against the gently-flowing Wingecarribee River in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. Book your New South Wales tours here: Originally, Berrima was designed to be the capital...

My Sydney Boat Beckons

Sydney Harbour is arguably the most beautiful harbour in the world.  It is also the largest natural harbour in the world.  With its backdrop of the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge framing that magnificent city skyline, Sydney harbour is instantly recognisable to almost...

Stay salty this Melbourne Cup Day

Melbourne Cup, the iconic horse race, first run in 1861, that literally stops the nation, has run each year in front of crowds of over 100,000, but 2020 will be an historic day, due to Covid19, keeping crowds away from Flemington and race tracks for the first time. Traditionally...

Salt Village

Just thirty minutes north of Byron Bay and 15 minutes south of the Gold Coast Airport, Salt Village is a coastal resort, shopping and residential enclave with award winning restaurants, a wide variety of retail, beauty and shopping, and some of the top accommodation on the Tweed Coast...

Salt Bar

Salt Bar, Kingscliff is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed meal on the Tweed Coast. Visit for lunch, dinner or to watch all the major sporting matches live and loud. The menu features pub classics and an ever-changing selection of local and seasonal favourites.  Salt Bar...

Restaurant Review: Husk Distillery

Who doesn’t like a pretty little cocktail or two? You can certainly expect a few of those at Husk Farm Distillery in Tweed Valley. Not long after walking into the place, I was handed a gorgeous Ink Gin cocktail before being left to marvel at the surrounding stunning views across the...