Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park Sydney is located on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour at Milsons Point, adjacent to the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Luna Park is a restored 1930’s amusement park that was originally designed to mirror the first Luna Park, which opened on Coney Island in New York in 1903. Entry to the park is free … [Read More...]

Centennial Park Sydney

Centennial Park Sydney

Centennial Park is located in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, at Randwick and encompasses 189 hectares of beautiful parkland situated adjacent to Moore Park and Queen Park. Just 4 kilometers south-east of Sydney’s central business district, Centennial Park draws visitors by the thousands each year. History Centennial Park … [Read More...]

Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

After leaving Hyde Park, we walked down Art Gallery Road, past the Domain and The Art Gallery, over the Cahill Expressway and into the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney via the Woolloomooloo gate. This 75 acre of gardens dates back to the First Fleet. The gardens are bordered by Sydney Harbour - Farm Cove (north), Cahill … [Read More...]

Hyde Park

Hyde Park Sydney

Today visiting Hyde Park Sydney which is situated on the eastern side of the Sydney CBD.  Bordered by Elizabeth Street (West), College Street (East), Liverpool Street (South), St James Road (North) and divided by Park Street. There are two train stations bordering the park, St James Station in the north western corner … [Read More...]

Royal National Park

Royal National Park

The Royal National Park was established in 1879 and is the second oldest national park in the world, the oldest being Yellowstone National Park. The park is located 32 kms south of Sydney and covers an area of 132 sq kms. The park was originally named National Park and was renamed to the Royal National Park after Queen … [Read More...]

Koala Park Sydney

Koala Park Sydney

The next Parks in Sydney we are visiting is the Koala Park Sanctuary on Castle Hill Road, West Pennant Hills. The Koala Park was started in 1920 and officially opened in 1930, it is a quaint family owned park. The founder Noel Burnet was shocked at the number of koalas that were killed for the fur export trade and so … [Read More...]

Fagan Park

Fagan Park

The next Sydney Parks we are visiting is Fagan Park set in a  rural setting and situated at Arcadia Road, Galston in Sydney's North West. This is a huge park set on 55 hectares (165 acres) of beautiful landscaped garden and lawns. Picnic within sight of the car or walk and loose yourself  in the extensive grounds amongst … [Read More...]

Jubilee Park

Jubilee Park

Today we decided to make our Parks in Sydney … [Read More...]

Cabarita Park 057 [300 x 225]

Cabarita Park

Last week we visited Putney Park, today our Sydney Parks is … [Read More...]

Bayview Park

Bayview Park

Along the foreshore from Prince Edward Park is Bayview Park … [Read More...]

Camellia Gardens

Camellia Gardens

Recently, we met up with friends at E.G Waterhouse … [Read More...]

Sydney Park

Sydney Park

After dropping my parents at Sydney Airport, we … [Read More...]

The Three Sisters Blue Mountains

The Three Sisters Blue Mountains

We have recently visited The Three … [Read More...]