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The emerald city is the perfect venue to spend your Valentine’s Day with an assortment of romantic places and events which is sure to spread a smile across your face.
Australia Day is a perfect day to reflect on what it means to be an Australian. And that is to appreciate what the country has become today and to revisit days gone by; to recognize its unity and celebrate its diversity. Celebrations are plenty on January 26th every year, but more often than not, venues are overcrowded and inaccessible to most visitors. Even public transport and private vehicles have a hard time on road, so is there a better way to experience the best of what Australia Day has to offer? Yes. Australia Day cruises is the answer you are looking for. Choose between an Australia day Lunch Cruise and an Australia Day Dinner Cruise and enjoy the best of the day!
Parents always think that kids are fussy and can never be satisfied, but we’ve come to realise they are reasonable little people with a few quirky ideas about a fun day out. They are not three anymore; chocolates, treats and gadget time are just not going to placate them. So, from the Kids Handbook 101, let’s start by looking at the holidays from their perspective.
The Australian Cruise Group has recently acquired the Blue Room, an all-glass luxury vessel that has been cruising the waters of Sydney Harbour since 2006. The Blue Room, with its retractable roof and state-of-the-art amenities, has been the go-to venue for luxury cruises, private functions and events on Sydney Harbour.
It’s the day after Christmas and all of Sydney looks forward to the Boxing Day holiday. It’s definitely a colonial hand-me-down, but one that was welcomed because it came with a holiday – an extra day to spend with family and friends enjoying the great outdoors!
Come December, Sydney will be at its summery best ready to welcome the all-pervasive spirit of Christmas! There may not be sleigh bells and snow, but every family, store, mall, school, hotel and harbour cruise...
From a fishing spot, to a penal colony, to a defensive fort, to a harbour navigation facility that houses a museum and a restaurant… Fort Denison has sure come a long way!
Sydney is synonymous with the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, but these man-made attractions cannot be compared to the spectacular natural coastal beauty this harbour city has been endowed with.
As summer fades into winter in Sydney, days get shorter and nights colder. Between June and August, even the best of us can get caught in the grip of ‘winter blues’!