Posted by barbara on June 26, 2016
Changes to Far North Queensland's customary weather patterns, including delays to the Wet Season, have implications for tourists and the popularity of the Autumn to Winter shoulder season.
Posted by barbara on June 8, 2011
The best way to describe the Sydney ferry fleet mid 2011 is a visual hodge podge (akka a mismatch and mix and match) of different types of vessels and 'liveries'.
Posted by barbara on December 24, 2011
Regardless of pollution traps designed to capture street litter, all it takes is a decent downpour to pollute the harbour.
Posted by barbara on May 22, 2011
The late autumn 'burn off' creates a landscape of its own, as in a sludgy grey 10% 'doona style' smog that blankets The Heads, the shipping gateway to the port of Sydney.
Posted by barbara on July 2, 2011
It's mid winter. And less than two weeks after the shortest day of the year, a pod of dolphins join wet-suited surfers and catch some waves, drawing all eyes as they head out the back for more.
Posted by barbara on July 22, 2011
With whale watching the flavour of the season along Australia's eastern seaboard, how many people enjoying the Bondi to Coogee clifftop walk notice the age old whale graphics carved into sandstone.
Posted by barbara on August 14, 2011
Hang on! What's happening at the Park Hyatt more than one regular walker across the Sydney Harbour Bridge must have been asking themselves for the past three or four months?
Posted by barbara on September 13, 2011
As the NSW Government hands over Sydney's ferries to the private sector, how will this impact the iconic green and gold' fleet uniform'?
Posted by barbara on September 18, 2011
Yachts taking part in the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron's 150th Opening Day Parade of Sail motored into a classic 'Southerly Buster'.
Posted by barbara on September 20, 2011
Fuel management burns and outbreaks of arson across NSW are contributing to unusual sunrises and sunsets in September. The rising sun is redder and more 'watchable' than normal.