Travel Postcards from Sydney
After missing many turns and thwarting all the efforts by Google maps to confuse us, we finally made it to Balmoral Beach, just in time to catch a glorious sunrise.
Cockatoo Island is Sydney Harbour’s largest island, where you can explore the island’s convict and ship building history. It is a #UNESCO world heritage site, which was used as a prison for convicts in the 19th century. This photo is clicked in an old turbine building, which is the largest building on Cockatoo Island.
Chinese Garden of Friendship
Nestled between tall buildings, in the heart of Sydney CBD is this beautiful and peaceful garden of friendship.
Wentworth falls – National Pass Trail
After hiking for more than an hour I came across this mini waterfall, which was flowing just below the beautiful Wentworth falls, in the Blue Mountains. You can read all about my hike here
Woy Woy is a lovely coastal town in the state of New South Wales. This was taken on my first visit few years back. I didn’t own a car back then, so took the train to reach the place and spent my time near the waterfront.
Spit to Manly is a popular 10 km long coastal walk in Sydney. Since I am not a long distance runner or walker, this walk is just perfect for people like me. Moreover, the views on this walk is simply spectacular.
So I looked out of my 11th floor office window and … behold!! A beautiful double rainbow splashed across the sky.
The sound of waves crashing against the rocks filled the air at The Gap. This was clicked on another coastal walk along the cliffs at Watson Bay.
This was clicked somewhere near Bondi Beach, when I was trying to complete Bondi to Coogee coastal walk. This is another extremely popular walk in Sydney that boasts of gorgeous views of the sea, the snaking coastline and a famous cemetery.