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Sydney Opera House – Aboriginal Art

Sydney Opera House – Aboriginal Art

The Sydney Opera House recently announced that it will display aboriginal art in one of the eastern sails, all year-round, during 7 min daily shows: at sunset and at 7 pm. The show is called “Badu Gili” meaning “water light” in the language of the Gadigal people. It’s a great opportunity to appreciate Aboriginal art and see the Opera House lighted (similarly to Vivid Sydney) any time of the year. Please don’t do as I did that didn’t read correctly…

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The Spit bridge – Manly walk

The Spit bridge – Manly walk

I’ve had the The Spit – Manly walk pending for so long! Finally we did it yesterday and I love we did because it’s very different from the other famous Sydney coastal walk (Coogee – Bondi). The Spit to Manly is a 10 km grade-3 coastal walk with plenty views of the the city, harbour and its entrance from the Pacific and of course the popular Manly Beach. The Spit is a low bridge in the north shore near Mosman…

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Kangaroos in Morisset, NSW

Kangaroos in Morisset, NSW

People overseas always believe kangaroos are roaming the streets in all Australian cities. And although in some places you can witness some great shows, the truth is that there aren’t  kangaroos everywhere 🙁 I know… bummer! I really wanted to ride a kangaroo to work. In Sydney it’s a bit difficult to spot kangaroos, you could always go to Taronga or other zoos and find them there but, if you want to see them in the wild you need to…

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Royal National Park – Coast Track

Royal National Park – Coast Track

Last Sunday was sunny and clear so I headed to the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, for the park’s Coast Track. Walking is an excellent exercise and coastal tracks provide outdoor workouts combined with natural landscapes and gorgeous views. Who needs anything else, right? The Royal National Park has an extension of 151 m2, it was the first National Park declared by Australia in 1879, and the second one declared in the WORLD after Yellowstone in USA (which is…

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