Category Archives: Tourist Attractions

MDF and her mum visit Uluru

MDF and her mum went to visit Uluru – formerly known as Ayers Rock. I didn’t go, so I don’t have much to tell you about it – except that MDF’s mum THOUGHT IT WAS AWESOME (not her exact words … Continue reading

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The Blue Mountains (again)

Yes! Back to the Blue Mountains! It’s lovely up there. This merits a third entry because we did a bunch of different things. First of all we went with MDF’s mum. Second of all we had an AWESOME breakfast.  Third … Continue reading

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Whale Watching

It was my BIRTHDAY – Whoo Hoo! – and this Pommie was going Whale Watching. It very nearly didn’t happen due to the WORST WEATHER ever seen in Sydney – it was pretty bad – flooding, rain, winds – FOR … Continue reading

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Vivid Sydney

Sydney is supposedly not as ‘cool’ as Melbourne arts-wise. OH YEAH? So where is your festival of light Melbourne? AH YES – You don’t have a nice Opera House to shine your lights on? DO YOU? Anyway, Vivid Sydney is … Continue reading

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The Ice Bear

The Ice Bear was a polar bear made of ice left in central Sydney to show the effects of global warming. It was even hotter than anticipated, and by the time we got there, the bear was a shadow of … Continue reading

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Melbourne – Eureka Tower

A pretty cool thing in Melbourne is the Eureka Tower. It’s basically just a tall building with a view point – but we like those. We made sure we got up there in the afternoon, so we could see both … Continue reading

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Melbourne

Time for a trip to Melbourne! Despite what anyone says – MELBOURNE IS NOT AS GOOD AS SYDNEY. There – I’ve said it now. MDF says the only thing better about Melbourne is the shopping – and she doesn’t like … Continue reading

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