I have always wanted to visit Reverse Garbage but somehow never got there. It is located in the Addison Road Centre, which during my last discovery (of Marrickville), I realised is a blog post in its own right. Technically … Read the rest
My research on the Sydney suburb of Ashfield has me on the lookout for parks, historic buildings and a cultural mix. I wonder what else I will find in this historic suburb in Sydney’s Inner West.
In Charlotte … Read the rest
Today I’m off to Balmain. By ferry. I’ve cobbled together two walking guides and am looking forward to learning more about the history and architecture that awaits me.
A brief background. Situated on a small peninsula, water transport … Read the rest
My interest in street art began a few years ago and I seek it out in my suburban discoveries. So, when I heard about a two-hour street art walking tour with Culture Scouts, I grabbed the opportunity to go along … Read the rest
Dulwich Hill is the last station on the Light Rail – a good a reason as any to discover the Light Rail and a new suburb at the same time. When researching Dulwich Hill, I learn that it has many … Read the rest
I almost didn’t visit Haberfield. You may well ask why. Well, research showed me that many food tours go there and every food blogger seems to have written about it.
However, a café (not mentioned in the food blogs) that … Read the rest
When I tell a friend at the station that I am exploring Marrickville today, she asks if I am going to the Cooks River. That wasn’t part of the plan but it is now.
In Illawarra Road, there … Read the rest
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