Lives in Wollongong, Australia
Since Jul 2009
50-64 year old male
Easy to please, not demanding. Checking in to accommodation should be a fairly smooth process. Since 2013, travel for work has been to developing countries.
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If you have flown into Sydney, chances are you have seen the harbour from the air and will want to explore around it. Train or bus to Circular Quay and then start walking around.
A walk across the bridge is a must and provides sweeping views of the harbour. You can also do the Bridge Climb if you are keen
Cheap view of Sydney from the water. Your Opal Card is all you need. Consider a bus back to Sydney to get a view of the suburbs which commute daily. Great views in places.
Beautiful Chinese gardens in the centre of the city. If you visit Saturdays you may see weddings.
After visiting Bondi Beach which tourists do, see the coastline from a failrly easy walk between these two iconic beaches.
It is preferable to visit here when a sporting match is in progress. The whole Moore Park complex is worth wandering around to see how besotted Australians are with sport.
Use your Opal Card and visit many places from Circular Quay. You could spend a day on the ferries around Sydney. Recommended visit to Parramatta takes an hour and is spectacular. However you could get on any of the ferries and see differnet parts of the harbour communities for $15 on your Opal Card.
Started in the depression, this is now a day or night cheap eats place.
You could spend a day of peace and quiet just chilling out here or exploring this huge parkland near the city.
Part of Sydney's history, you are able to enter the building and if Parliament is sitting observe democracy in action
Great for a pinic with kids. Glorious harbour views and safe swimming for small kids.
Take a bus to the Northern Beaches and visit a stunning part of Sydney's coastline
Great to visit the many attractions here including the IMAX theatre.
It is on the tourist route and if you go do go for a coastal walk as well as swimming here.
Beautiful gardens in the centre of Sydney. Take your time walking through and enjoy the harbour as well.
Great for a visit to the famous Doyle's Seafood Restaurant as well as the great harbour views and the wealthy houses of Sydney seen from the bus.
Adjacent to the Opera House this is an historic area near the Botanic Gardens.
See how Sydney has transformed a former Olympic site into a living community.
A stunningly beautiful beach. If money is no object eat at Jonah's while enjoying the view.
Historic Sydney with many original buildings, lots of shopping and tourist shops. Enjoy the architecture.
Peace and tranquility in the heart of the city. Enjoy the fountains and ambience of the park and watch young lovers in love.
Even if you do not like shopping you will appreciate this historic building. A photo from George St is best.
Glorious views of the coast from this amazing walk. Take your camera.
A beautiful and safe beach for young families with plenty of grass to play onif the water is too cold.
Located in Parramatta Park, this is the site of Australia's first Parliament. Spend the day there and enjoy the park and shops in Parramatta.
Historic and if open for tours it is a great insight into Jewish life.
This is the largest cemetery in the Southern Hemisphere and is full of history. You could spend a day here learning about Sydney's history from the gravestones.
Great View of moutains and valleys. Shut out and hear your echo.
Part of the York St Parish this was the church of the colonial military. Getting married in Sydney. Contact Rev Justin Moffitt for truly memorable wedding.
Great view of the harbour, the bridge and surrounds from the top of the pylon. There is a fee.
A long bus trip but this is in a national park and very beautiful.
One of the earliest houses built in the colony is now a museum. You will learn much about early settlement in Australia from a visit here.
A Catholic Church in George St provides a quiet place of reflection in a busy bustling city.
An Anglo Catholic Anglican Church at the southern end of the city. Interesting architecture.
See a show here at this historic theatre which has interesting architecture inside.
In the city this is a must see for art lovers. The building is well worthh visiting.
Take your money with you. It is a great restaurant but well worth the money.
Another living theatre in the centre of Sydney currently showing Les Mis. Worth visiting inside for the interio.
A train from Sydney on your Opal Card is about two hours. The area is beautiful with many lookouts across valleys. Bushwalkers delight.
The famous Three Sisters are visible from here. Shout out and hear your echo return.
Excellent food on the beach at North Wollongong. Great beach for swimming.
The road bridge built to replace a windy road alone is worth the drive
Australia's second city has history in spades as well as shopping. It is a thriving business centre and capital of Western Sydney.
Great beach and if you have a bike you can cycle along the bikeway to Wollongong following the coast.
This is where the hang gliders set off from. It is high up for them and gives outstanding views of the Illawarra coast. You can learn to hang glide here.
Historic Southern Highlands town with much history. You can easily spend a day visiting various places including the prison, churches and Don Bradman Museum.
Historic St Peters Church is the third oldest in Australia. Ask Rev Nigel Fortescue about the church and its importance. Visit the park next to the church for some historic statues. Go to the southern end of the town for more historic places.
The jewel in Sydney's Crown. A visit is a must and can be completed withput payment by walking inside and outside by yourself.
While not as grand as some large international cities, Central is grand in its own way. Visit the country platforms to really appreciate its history
Sydney's Anglican Cathedral is located next to the Town Hall and is a sandstone Cathedral, which unlike its European counterparts is in full use and has hundreds in attendance on Sundays. There are daily activities and entry is free. It is a working church.
The cultural hub for western Sydney has shows which play in the major Sydney theatres. Located by the river, it is a great place to enjoy nightlife with a show and dinner
Forget Asia, this is Asia in Australia. Save an airfare and enjoy a whole suburb which is almost completely Asian. Plan to eat as you will get real Asian food here.
Not quite as good as visiting Cabramatta, Chinatown in Sydney has become commercialised and lost much of the authenticity which made it a place to visit. Still a place to go to see some of Sydney's Chinese culture.
Take a walk along the beachfront past the Lighthouse and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the beaches in this area.
Hi end shopping and food outlets on the top floor. Only for the well heeled shopper.