Friday 30, August 2013
Read more: The View of Sydney Outside of Australia
Australia’s international reputation is undoubtedly one of excellence. The people of Australia are known as hardworking and friendly, and the same is true for the citizens of Sydney, known colloquially as “Sydneysiders.” While the people appear to be shown in a favourable light, it would seem not much is actually known about the city itself, as Sydney is sometimes confused by foreigners for Australia’s capital city, [...]
Thursday 02, August 2012
Read more: Desirable World Cities To Live
There are now a vast number of cosmopolitan cities based
around the world, they are not only desirable to live in, but they also make
fantastic holiday destinations too. Sydney, Australia, is
unquestionably one of the best cities in the world. It has a booming economy,
amazing sights to see, and is an extremely clean city too. The demand for
executive accommodation Sydney is extremely high.
This high demand has increased hugely in the last decade, as the city has grown
as both a tourist destination, and as a business center. [...]
Tuesday 17, July 2012
Read more: Australia Holidays with the Family
Parents with older children may often feel they are no
longer involved in their kids' lives. Teens especially seem to spend extensive
periods of time on their iPhones sending sms messages to their friends,
checking their Facebook pages, and Tweeting all their latest updates. Is family
time even relevant any more for older children?
Even though kids begin to separate from their parents, blossoming into their
new-found identities and independence, they will still need mum and dad for
years to come. Studies have shown that parents are one of the most significant
influences on a child's behaviour, even throughout the teen years. [...]
Friday 06, July 2012
Read more: 48 Hours in Sydney
Are you planning a trip to Sydney? There are plenty of Sydney travel and accommodation options!
Sydney, Australia, is a spectacular cosmopolitan city with sunny beaches, a vibrant nightlife, and lively shopping districts, but if you only had 48 hours in Sydney, what would you do? While it may seem difficult to narrow your options down, there are a few activities that are simply must-dos. Here are our picks for a short stop in Sydney.
1. The Sydney Bridge Climb
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a Sydney icon, and several bridge climbs are available to meet the needs of our visitors. No visit to Sydney would be [...]
Sunday 18, December 2011
Read more: Corporate Travel With Good Web Design
One of the best ways to attract clients to your business today is to
properly constructed, informative, and attractive website. Your website
the first contact potential clients have with your business, or it may
established customers’ go-to resource for in-depth information. Either
way, a professional Web design company can help you better achieve
your desired results.
A professional Web designer can help you choose the best layout and
organization and better understand SEO, or search engine optimization, to
attract customers. He or she can also help you positively reflect your
Tuesday 22, November 2011
Read more: The Summer In Sydney
Sydney’s heat has not broken any records yet approaching the summer, but with
temperatures topping 38 degrees Celsius, the sweltering heat has kept
residents the warmest they have been in the past two years. Sydneysiders
love the outdoors, but with temperatures in the mid-30s, they may need
to adjust their activity levels in order to stay safe and healthy. If pondering travel through Australia, this post is of vital importance to you.
The sun and the surf can be extremely tempting during the hot summer
months. Undoubtedly you will want to [...]
Tuesday 27, September 2011
Read more: Travel Figures Down
Although the global economy has finally begun to show signs of
recovery, the process has been slow and filled with pitfalls. Consumer
and business confidence has been shaky, employment growth is slow,
economic prospects are fairly bleak, and stock markets continue to
tumble. All this has taken quite a toll on the travel industry, and
figures remain low.
The travel industry rallied briefly in 2008, actually reaching an
all-time high for the decade. They faltered again, however, in 2009, and
although the industry is starting to recover again, it is a slow
Saturday 30, April 2011
Read more: Make A Point Of Visiting Sydney
On a continent as vast and diverse as Australia, tourists are sure to
flock to a multitude of destinations, whether they prefer white water
rafting through rain forest regions or riding camels through red desert
sands. In fact, Australia sees more than five and a half million
visitors every year, both tourists and students who wish to learn more
about this remarkable land. About half of those visitors make it a point
to visit Sydney. Sydney also hosted more than 20 million domestic
visitors in 2009.
Sydney is home to the world-recognized Sydney Opera House and the
Harbour Bridge, as well as the Australia Museum, [...]
Tuesday 01, March 2011
Read more: Sydney Australia, The Rocks
The Rocks of Sydney were originally occupied by the Cadigal people. When
European settlers arrived, they laid claim to the land, building their
first camps on the sandstone cliffs. This primitive settlement expanded
into a full port community. Originally inhabited by convicts from Europe
and their overseers, the early days of the community were filled with
gangs, seasoned sailors, and a very tough life.
However, the Rocks have
transformed over the ages, and this area now offers visitors the finer
things in life.
The Rocks is [...]
Saturday 02, October 2010
Read more: Headline News Is Simply Celebrity News
Today headline news is simply celebrity news. Lindsay Lohan is back
in jail or Paris Hilton has been arrested on drug charges, yet again.
The public laps up this news as it hits both the airwaves and computers.
What are we not being told? One thing we are not being told is how
business conglomerates such as Disney, FOX, and Time Warner Cable now
own the major news outlets. The news no longer exists to keep us
informed, the news exists to make money. Relevant news is pulled in
favor of celebrity gossip.
What happened to the investigative journalists of the past? Journalists
who have high ethics when it [...]