Category Archives: Sydney

Sydney, Australia – Singles and Dating Guide

Visit Sydney, Australia & Check Out the Singles and Dating Guide Sydney is Australia’s only international city and is a wonderful place to live in or to visit. Regarded as one of the friendliest cities in the world there is no shortage of venues for the avid socialite. If you fancy pumping night clubs or Read more…

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Sydney, Australia – 8 Attractions You Must See

Some travelers are reluctant to travel to Australia because of the length of time it takes to get there. However, with today’s innovative aircrafts carrying passengers there within hours instead of ships taking weeks, we ought to thank our modern marvels for making the world more accessible. So, head to Australia and visit Sydney’s innumerable Read more…

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Marly Bar, Sydney, Australia – Review

Marly Bar, Newtown (Sydney) For Newtown locals, the Marly as it is known as is probably the most popular and well known venues on King Street. For everyone else who has been there, it is just another top notch venue that is quintessentially Newtown. With 3 floors each sporting something a little bit different, the Read more…

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Cruise Bar, Sydney, Australia – Review

If you are looking for a venue with a view, then you need look no further then Cruise Bar, located on the wharf adjacent to The Rocks and Circular Quay. For the romantic’s going there with a date, you have chosen wisely as Cruise Bar is directly across the water from the Opera House, which Read more…

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Frugal Travel Tips For Sydney, Australia

There is so much more to Australia than kangaroos and koala bears. In Sydney, that so much more can even be frugal. After much contemplation, the top frugal choices were narrowed down to the ferry system, the Royal Botanical Gardens, and the Art Gallery Of New South Wales. Ferries Seeing Sydney from the water is Read more…

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An Unforgettable New Year’s Eve in Australia

If you are planning to spend New Year in Australia then you are in for a real treat! Whilst most of the northern hemisphere can look forward to freezing temperatures as they stand patiently in the crowds, to welcome in 2010, here in Australia, we can expect to be in t-shirts and shorts. Given Australia’s Read more…

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