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64 Darlinghurst Rd, Sydney, 2001, Australia
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does anyone remember the name of the shop that made homemade licorice??

by ropoet

does anyone remember the name of the shop that made homemade licorice??
It was a couple that made wonderful homemade licorice..all the colors of the rainbow.
I brought some home and everyone wants more!!

Re: does anyone remember the name of the shop that made homemade licorice??

by Kakapo2

There is not only one shop that sells homemade licorice.

Darrell Lea is rather a famous one:

Here are the store locations in central Sydney:

Re: does anyone remember the name of the shop that made homemade licorice??

by wallywombat

Was the shop in Sydney itself or in a suburb ? but I agree Darryll Leas has great licorice in a range of flavours.

Travel Tips for Sydney

United Buddy Bears

by Gypsystravels


... it makes us understand one another better,
trust each other more, and live together more peacefully."

In 2002 and 2003, this was the motto of the circle of "United Buddy Bears" next to the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin - now promoting this message of tolerance and understanding among nations on a global tour.

These "United Buddy Bears" (each 2 m tall) stand together hand in hand in complete harmony - representing 125 member states of the United Nations.

The idea for this exhibition was created 2002 by the inventors of the Buddy Bears Eva and Klaus Herlitz, having three aspects in mind


Due to the diverse design of the Buddy Bears - always typical for the respective countries - their visitors can experience a journey around the world and receive a lot of information about the individual countries as the basis for a higher level of understanding.

The symbolic message of the circle promotes tolerance and peaceful coexistence.


Each Buddy Bear has been designed individually by an artist on behalf of his or her native country. The international artists' different styles are joined together in a very cheerful way as one work of art, spreading zest for life.
Buddy Bear activities and help for children in need have formed an inseparable unit. A total of 1,114,000 € (as per Feruary 2006) has so far been generated through donations and selling Buddy Bears at auctions in aid of UNICEF and local organisations helping children in need.

UNICEF main beneficiary of all Buddy Bear charity activities

"As the circle of "United Buddy Bears" wants to promote international understanding, we would at the same time like to raise awareness about all those countries that desperately need support."

Klio Karadim

Buddy Bär Berlin GmbH

"Black - White letters
- condensed memories

Written over centuries
- alive today.

Red - Green experiences.

Stacked by people,
created by nature.

Unforgettable moments
- of a childhood.

Klio Karadim

take advantage of the...

by JenSmith211

take advantage of the (normally) brilliant weather! Catch a ferry across the harbour, walk through the parks, take a drive to the mountains, the beaches, the National Parks. Walk around Sydney Harbour, across the bridge - heck, climb the bridge on a tour. Have a swim and an icecream at Manly Beach. Shop along the fashionable stores in Oxford Street. Visit Newtown cafes to watch the world go by. Eat at the great restaurants at Crows Nest. Take a tour of the Opera House. Visit the Belvoir Street Theatre (who always have fabulous productions and are cheap!)

If you're not used to the Australian sun (and even if you are) remember to wear a hat and sunscreen and swim betweem the flags at the beach - we all grow up knowing this here, but visitors can end up in serious trouble. Sydney is not a concrete jungle. Only the very centre of the Central Business District doesn't have trees and grass everywhere. Suburbs are nestled in trees and most housing is still free-standing homes with front and backyards with grass and trees for children to play in. When I'm away I notice the absence of a lawnmower on Sunday mornings!

The photo was taken outside...

by Skylink

The photo was taken outside the Museum of Contemporary Art. It is a good place to take an indoor break. Located in Circular Quay next to Wharf 6, it has free admission. The art is interesting and there are changing exhibits. If one wants to take a break from outdoor scenery or if it becomes hot from sitting outside, the museum offers a nice change.

When I was there, there was some art that contained a candle. One kid secretly blew out a few candles which a guard quickly relit.

BONDI BEACH - is Australia's...


BONDI BEACH - is Australia's most famous beach and among the world's most well-known beaches. It is located in Waverley in East Sydney. The beach is about one kilo long and enclosed at the north and south by headlands. A walk on the beach promenade is a must. There are numerous cafes, restaurants, hostels, hotels, a variety of shops. It's best to go there by public transport. Take the Blue Bus.....'BONDI & BAY EXPLORER'.

What to bring to wear

by johnfromoz

Australians are very laid back when it comes to most things including clothing. So wear what you would normally feel comfortable in.
Sydney enjoys a long summer with warm weather. The temperature ranges from 18°C to 32°C in summer, with occasional hot spells of over 38°C. Humidity in summer ranges from 60% to 70%.
Lightweight clothing is generally suitable attire for Sydney's climate. It can be humid in the evenings over summer but you will definitely need a warm jacket or pullover in the evening. If you're planning on doing any bush walking through the National Parks, then a sturdy pair of comfortable hiking shoes are a must and if you're going to be spending a bit of time on the beach, then sun protective clothing, a broad brimmed hat, sunglasses and sunscreen will save you from getting too much sun


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