Quay Australia

23 Jul 19
Maun Voyage (The Maun Family's Travel Adventures)

I wake up and shower. I take the elevator down 62 floors, and I walk around the corner to find brekie. I then go to the bus stop and meet up with Bushie. I take the bus to Cogee beach, a beautiful sight. I begin to walk along the Costal Walk. I thought that it […]

22 Jul 19
Life Of LG

Quay Australia is taking the sunglass industry by storm….. About two or three years ago I started seeing these sunglasses online and they looked SO EXPENSIVE. I loved them immediatley but was convienced they were going to be over $500 a pair because they were stunning and celebs all over the world were all about […]

22 Jul 19
Foxborough Music's Journey to Australia

On our final full day in Sydney, we all fully enjoyed our packed and exciting day that was planned for us. We had an early morning, in which our departing time was 7:30, allowing us to have breakfast from 6:45-7:30. We left the hotel for our two hour bus ride to the Blue Mountains, which […]

22 Jul 19
Remembering the Past Australia

Part two of an eight-part series published in the Sydney Morning Herald between 12 May 1864 and 15 July 1864. In this series the authors take the readers on a journey through the streets of Sydney “beyond the line of handsomely built houses, and off the well kept streets, to show them the nooks and crannies into which they themselves have never penetrated, to make them acquainted with the abodes of poverty, of misfortune, or of crime.”

22 Jul 19
Remembering the Past Australia

Part three of an eight-part series published in the Sydney Morning Herald between 12 May 1864 and 15 July 1864. In this series the authors take the readers on a journey through the streets of Sydney “beyond the line of handsomely built houses, and off the well kept streets, to show them the nooks and crannies into which they themselves have never penetrated, to make them acquainted with the abodes of poverty, of misfortune, or of crime.”

22 Jul 19
Remembering the Past Australia

Part five of an eight-part series published in the Sydney Morning Herald between 12 May 1864 and 15 July 1864. In this series the authors take the readers on a journey through the streets of Sydney “beyond the line of handsomely built houses, and off the well kept streets, to show them the nooks and crannies into which they themselves have never penetrated, to make them acquainted with the abodes of poverty, of misfortune, or of crime.”

22 Jul 19
Crunks and Dunks on tour

We landed in a chilly Sydney at around 7am and took a short train ride into the city centre. We couldn’t check into our hostel until the afternoon, so found a little cafe across a small park from the station to have a coffee and breakfast. As we walked across the park it was cool […]

21 Jul 19
A Semester in Sydney - UNSW Exchange

I can’t express how much I loved living in Sydney. This post is a smattering of some of the things I did in the Sydney area for five months. Sydney Opera House After seeing photos of this building for my entire life, I will never forget the feeling of seeing it in person for the […]

21 Jul 19
Brittany Insider

My friend, Karon had 2 things she had to check off while in Sydney. Purchase some UGGS and go to the Opera House. Before she arrived I did a bit of research with our hotel, Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay and they offered a tour of the Opera we could book with them. […]

21 Jul 19
james o'brien

“What are you doing, and what are your plans for the afternoon?”, my friend Sue asked me on the phone around lunchtime. “I’m sitting on the couch watching Youtube and that was my plan for the afternoon”, I told her. Even though it’s mid-winter in Sydney, the weather’s terrific. A little bit chilly at night, […]

21 Jul 19
Noatech Pvt Ltd

Vibrant, elegant, and multicultural, Australia’s second largest metropolis frequently tops the list of the world’s most liveable cities. With its tangle of hidden laneways, tree-lined promenades, and grand Victorian buildings funded by the 1850s Gold Rush, the city has a distinctly European feel. Foodies will also find plenty to love. Famous Aussie chefs flaunt their […]

21 Jul 19
The Book Muse

Title: Firewatcher Chronicles #1: Brimstone Author: Kelly Gardiner Genre: Historical Fiction/Time slip Publisher: Scholastic Australia Published: 1st September 2018 Format: Paperback Pages: 240 Price: $14.99 Synopsis: December 1940, London: Christopher Larkham finds an ancient Roman ring inscribed with a phoenix on the banks of the Thames. As he takes shelter from the firestorm of the […]