AEA Bridgeport

38 Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia
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Forum Posts

How wants to meet in Sydney?

by SusiSorglos

Hi everybody,

I'll be in in Sydney by the end of next week, who else? It would be nice to meet up and explore the city! Are there some locals how could guide me, too....?

Let me know, Susi :-)

Re: How wants to meet in Sydney?

by odelltravis

It's Really Good One.. Have a Nice Weekend for Future. Enjoy!

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Re: How wants to meet in Sydney?

by lynnehamman

Hi Susi
Send me an VT email with contact number once you arrive in Sydney.
Regards

Re: How wants to meet in Sydney?

by gdaysydneysider

Hi Susi - on Friday mornings a group of Sydneysiders meet from 8am at Single Origin (http://www.singleorigin.com.au/) for great coffees and conversations. All are welcome and there are newcomers each week so turn up and say hi!

Travel Tips for Sydney

Visit the Sydney Fishmarkets...

by portia1971

Visit the Sydney Fishmarkets at Pyrmont on a weekend for fresh seafood and wine by the water.
Catch the Sydney Light Rail from Central to the Fishmarkets - go early to grab a seat outside by the port - and browse the fresh seafood vendors and get some prawns, oysters and other delicacies. Then buy some fresh bread from the baker, a bottle of chilled Hunter Valley Semillion from the liquor store and sit back, enjoy and take in the people and the view of Sydney's second bridge - the pointy Anzac Bridge.

State Flag of New South Wales

by xuessium

The New South Wales state flag was created as a colonial flag - a British Blue Ensign with the badge of the colony added to the blue field. The New South Wales badge is a white disc, with a red St George's cross containing a gold heraldic lion in the centre and a gold eight-pointed star in each of the arms of the cross.

information extracted from:
http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au-nsw.html

Take one of the ferries for a...

by corey07

Take one of the ferries for a Sidney Harbour Tour...Check out Oxford Street and walk around until you finally get to Bondi Beach (recommended for the Forum Discussion on Worlds Best Beaches...) The moment I got there and the moment I had to leave... which I really didn't want to

Australia Day in Sydney

by SmilingTraveller

Aussies celebrate our day in a variety of ways. A multitude of events are held all over Sydney on the 26 January, the anniversary of the beginning of British settlement. On this day in 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip became Governor of the Colony of New South Wales.

There are many events held on Sydney Harbour, around Darling Harbour, out in the suburbs and also all over the state and the rest of Australia. The events include ferry races, hot air balloons, citizenship ceremonies, food festivals, fireworks, BBQs and concerts to name but a few.

One of the major events for 2006 was at Coogee Beach where 863 very excited people took part in the Great Thong Challenge in an attempt to break the Guinness Book of Records world record for the longest line of people on air beds in the water. The record, previously held by the Germans, was broken on hot pink thongs!

Packing List

by Skylink

If you want internet access, no need to pack a laptop computer. There are plenty of internet cafes, especially on George Street. The rates are among the cheapest in the world. A$1 would be enough to check e-mail, some news, or other things.

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Address: 38 Bridge Street, Sydney, Australia