This week in Sydney Revealed, we visit a hidden gem tucked away in a lane way. In the heart of the Sydney CBD, just off George Street, you step into a laneway called Angel Place, paved with square stone-like brickwork, amidst a concrete jungle of cold cement in various forms. You’re engulfed by two tall buildings on either side, one boasting gorgeous carved bulky … Read More Hidden Gem in Sydney’s Lane Way – Suspended Birdcages
6am and the alarm wakes me from a somewhat mediocre slumber to the soothing tunes of Private Eye by Daryl Hall & John Oates on the radio. Is it 6am already? I groan. 6am on a somewhat chilly Sunday morning in Sydney. The temperature says 6 degrees. Yes, I’m inclined to agree. Reluctantly I force myself out of bed to get dressed and off … Read More Gerringong to Kiama Coastal Walk
Nestled in the heart of the Sutherland Shire, along Willarong Road, you’ll drive by what is now the abandoned Southern Campus of Caringbah High School or informally known as ‘top school’. Up until 2007, both the Northern and Southern campus’s were linked by a covered walkway, but due to unstable clay foundations, the ‘top school’ was deemed unfit and has now become a site … Read More Decaying Structure of local Caringbah High School
About an hour and a half north west of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, lays the most charming village called Daylesford, nestled in a region well known for its outstanding food and wine and boasts the highest concentration of natural mineral springs.
Expedia.com.au recently launched their first TV and Cinema campaign in May 2010, to coincide with our brand overhaul, complete with a new tag line, something we haven’t had to date in the Australian Market. Now there’s something to be said for the anticipation that grows, the expectations and a little bit of excitement in waiting to reveal our new ad, which aired for the first time … Read More Expedia ‘where you book matters’