Sydney-siders have a true love affair with coffee. For many of us, coffee is the first thing on our minds when we wake up in the morning. So we want to make sure that we start the day with the best cup of coffee we can get our hands on.
Sadly though, the price of a coffee has gone up dramatically in recent years, such that it’s not unusual anymore to pay 5 dollars for a regular sized coffee.
Sydney is not just great for hiking; it’s also the perfect city to go out for a nice run. Blessed with an almost ideal climate, Sydney has quite a few scenic running tracks that take in beautiful bays, parks, ocean cliffs, and famous landmarks.
Sydney is also home to various fun runs to encourage people of all ages and fitness levels to go out and have a go at running.
Trampoline parks have experienced a surge in popularity in recent years, and it’s not challenging to work out why that is.
Not only is jumping on trampolines a lot of fun for kids, but it’s also a great way to get some decent exercise in. It helps to build physical strength, and also improves coordination, balance, agility, and social skills.
We can all agree that Sydney isn’t the most bicycle-friendly city in the world. With busy roads, narrow lanes, and a lack of cycle lanes, cycling in Sydney can often feel like a game of Russian roulette.
But things are improving, with more cycle lanes popping up in and around the city, in addition to an increase in dedicated cycle tracks and shared pedestrian and cycle paths.
Sydney Zoo is Western Sydney’s newest major tourist attraction, situated in Bungarribee near Blacktown. Opened in late 2019, the modern Sydney Zoo is home to a great variety of exotic and native animals.
We recently spent a day at Sydney Zoo, and in this article we’re going to share with you our experience, the pros, the cons, and lots of insider tips.