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Picture Perfect Sydney

Picture Perfect Sydney February 21, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Top picture postcard views are to be found all over this beautiful city. Sydney simply swaggers in the sun and there are great shots to be had all over town. If your stay is short make these five spots your top photographic destinations. Pink Sydney sunset by Renate Ruge Shot one: Sydney skyline Taken...

Water, Water Everywhere. Lunch with a view in Sydney

Water, Water Everywhere. Lunch with a view in Sydney February 16, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Lunch poolside by Renate Ruge With its natural harbour and strings of sandy beaches all packed with cafes and restaurants, Sydney has restaurants with water views galore. Here some of the best. Andrew Boy Charlton Poolside Café Three tasty ideas: fishcakes, quail egg and tarragon mayonnaise. A delish...

A Vine Romance

A Vine Romance January 25, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Re-light your fire at Spicers                               Love is but a road trip away from Sydney in the Hunter Valley. By Renate Ruge 1, Get in the mood Splurge on a mini break at Spicer’s Vineyard. Start by checking in...

Movie Extra

Movie Extra January 22, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Movie Extra Tropfest Credit: featurepics@fairfaxmedia.com.au It’s time for Tropfest: Sydney’s ultimate short movie outdoor flicker fest. Take a picnic and get into the annual showcase of Australia’s next big thing in movie making. John Polson started the festival as the Tropicana Short Film festival...

It’s the year of the dragon. Here’s how to celebrate in Sydney

It’s the year of the dragon. Here’s how to celebrate in Sydney January 20, 2012 | What's New | Read More
  Chinese lantern Chinese New Year Markets Hot woks will be firing up and creating sensational aromatic cooking scents at sizzling Sichuan food stalls in Belmore Park as the Chinese New Year festival launches on Friday 27th January. It’s the Chinese food markets where you can grab trays of noodles...

TOP 10 things to do in Sydney on Australia Day: Thursday 26 January 2012

TOP 10 things to do in Sydney on Australia Day: Thursday 26 January 2012 January 17, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Beach it up on Australia Day by Renate Ruge It’s the biggest day of the year and firmly fixed in the Aussie calendar for community festivals, concerts and citizenship ceremonies. Australia Day is a national celebration of the landing of the first fleet at Sydney Cove in 1788. On this day each year...

Movies by Moonlight

Movies by Moonlight December 31, 2011 | What's New | Read More
The huge sreen at St George OpenAir Cinema by Renate Ruge Summer at the movies in Sydney is a sophisticated affair and the best part is watching the action outdoors on a balmy evening. Here’s what’s on show at the open-air cinemas for summer 2012 Sydney’s summertime outdoor movie screens book...

Sydney’s New Year’s Eve: Time To Dream

Sydney’s New Year’s Eve: Time To Dream December 29, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Fireworks at the Opera House by Renate Ruge The countdown is on to the biggest night of the year. Here’s some last minute inspiration to get in the mood for NYE 2011. It is one of the best places on the planet to bring in the New Year: Sydney, Australia, world famous for it’s fantastic firework display...

In the mood for love? Five Sydney restaurants to swoon over

In the mood for love? Five Sydney restaurants to swoon over December 20, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Life's sweet at Ormeggio Make a rendez-vous for a special supper date. Get set to impress after the sun goes down. Hot stuff! Quay Impress and win hearts with Peter Gilmore’s fine dining: dress circle views of the Harbour are almost as good as the sea pearls, which are practically a right of passage....

Perfect Picnics – Sydney-style

Perfect Picnics – Sydney-style December 19, 2011 | What's New | Read More
  A perfect picnic by Renate Ruge Picnics are synonymous with long, lazy days and lunch tastes so much better al fresco. Pack up a picnic basket full of delicious goodies and pick a spot on a beach in a gorgeous garden or a shady park. Otherwise lay out the rug on a Harbour island. Sydney has plenty...