Today we’re exploring Cronulla – This beachside suburb of Sydney is home to many surf beaches, sand dunes, and swimming spots. Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome, the famous Aussie Classic movie Puberty Blues, and our very own Gough Whitlam all have ties to the area.
Today we’re exploring Leichhardt -This Inner West Sydney suburb is famous for its Italian heritage, well known sporting grounds, Norton Street and the stylish restaurants and cafés dotted throughout the suburb.
Today we’re exploring Newtown – Sydney’s cultural hub, known for it’s street art, music scene vegetarian food and Bohemian lifestyle. It gave birth to AC/DC, Coldplay filmed a music video down King St and Henry Lawson resided here in the 1890s.
Kogarah, derived from an Aboriginal word meaning place of reeds. Home to the St George Illawarra Dragons & Botany Bay, the place of Captain Cook’s landing!
The sweet legacy of an Aussie icon in Homebush uncovered. You probably grew up eating them but is there really a significant link to Arnott’s biscuits and the humble suburb of Homebush? Perhaps you’ve driven under the Arnott’s bridge on Parramatta road but never known the history behind it?
Today we visit Caulfield – a suburb with beautiful parks, historic mansions and Jewish heritage. Today known for horse racing and Monash University.
Today we visit Hornsby – a town built on the junction of two railways, where the bush meets the suburbs, and cartoon characters come to life.
Today we visit Homebush – one of the first freely settled lands in colonial Australia, once home to Jane Austen’s Mr D’Arcy and a historic midway between Sydney and Parramatta.
Today we visit Oakleigh – a former industrial, working class neighbourhood that has recently transformed into a multicultural and foodie hub.