Category Archives: Cityscapes


Carnival Spirit

Just another day in our beautiful harbour as thousands of tourist and locals walk up and down the shore line around the Quay and the Rocks. Being one the deepest harbours in the world, cruise […]

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Armistice Day 2017

Sydney commemorates Armistice Day by lighting up the sails of the Opera House with Red Poppies.

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The Sydney Opera House

There’s very little argument that Sydney has one of the prettiest harbours in the world.

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Steamy Sunset

Sunday the 29th of January was a hot and steamy day, I was sitting on the couch getting ready to watch The Australian Open finals when I noticed the Sun setting over the horison. Federer and […]

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Shelf Cloud Over Sydney

A few weeks back Sydney copped a battering from a large storm system that swept across the inland and outward to the sea. I was lucky enough to be standing by my kitchen window when […]

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Tiger Moths Race Across Sydney Skies

Dozens of planes took to the skies over Newcastle and Sydney on the October long weekend of 4th, 5th and 6th 2014, for the Great Tiger Moth Air Race. It’s the first time the race has […]

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The Crown Jewels Of Sydney


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Port Jackson ‘Sydney Harbour’

Port Jackson, containing Sydney Harbour, is the natural harbour of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The harbour is an inlet of the South Pacific Ocean. Widely considered to be one of the world’s finest harbours, […]

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Venus and Moon Setting under the Harbour Bridge

For the last few days the planet Venus and the Moon have been setting over the horizon together, Venus appears like a very bright star and the Moon appears as the Moon, except that in […]

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Fireworks on Sydney Harbour Celebrate the International Fleet Review

The 2013 International Fleet Review is the 100th anniversary of Royal Australian Navy ships entering Sydney Harbour for the first time back in 1913. It is the biggest naval celebration in Sydney since the bicentenary in 1988. […]

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