Which side is the open sea, and which is the inlet bay? It’s quite easy to tell. Palm Beach, the northernmost of the Northern Beaches in Sydney, Australia.
Lurking around in the Botanical Gardens in Sydney, Australia, this blue-tongued lizard looked quite content surrounded by the lavender collection.
A dark wine-coloured tulip is just starting to unfold its petals. This particular one is from the Botanical Gardens in Sydney, Australia, a gem in the heart of the city.
Dee Why Beach is one of the Northern Beaches in Sydney, Australia. The colours range from the sandy beach to the deep blue sea, to the pale blue skies. One could sit watching the waves break all day long.
Perhaps the most famous building in the world, the Sydney Opera House, and in the foreground the iconic Sydney ferries.
The Sydney Tower is the tallest structure in Australia, and the second tallest in the Southern Hemisphere. But I’m sure it won’t be for much longer; it’s only marginally taller than the skyscrapers surrounding it.
Most major cities around the globe lack one thing: a beach. Sydney has loads of them. One is Curl Curl beach which can throw up a mighty spray when the waves crash in.
One of the first countries to celebrate the New Year is Australia, and in Sydney Harbour is one of the most spectacular fireworks displays to see in the new year.
The view of Sydney Harbour, with its famous bridge must be one of the most well-known views on the planet.