Eaten Alive By Sydney
February 9, 2010 – 2:49 am | 5 Comments

When the prospect of a shift to Sydney is raised, the doomsayers often rise as well. And they’re nasty! The manner of one’s demise is always different, but the result is always the same – …

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Understanding Sydney

You’re a supermodel among world cities, but do you have heart & soul beneath the glamour? Promise not to stalk you Sydney, but we’re keen to uncover the real you.

Settling In

Starting afresh in a big city isn’t easy, but we’ll share our experiences and provide insights to help fellow Newbies feel at home.

Awesome Attractions

Sydney has a wealth of attractions given its magnificent harbour, world renowned iconic structures and the facelift the city received to host the ‘best ever’ Olympic Games in 2000.

Exciting Events

Chill, indulge, party or experience. Whatever your passion, Sydney has you covered with exciting sporting, cultural and community events.

Deano’s Sport

Dean Knows Sport. He’s made a career out of his passion with full body immersion in rugby, cricket, rugby league, netball, basketball, motor racing and tennis. Now, if only he could get the Foxtel remote off the kids.

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Sydney Innovates Again With The ASPAs
May 6, 2013 – 2:07 pm | No Comment

Sydney has spawned some of mankind’s greatest innovations – pre-paid postage pushed the envelope in 1838, the electronic pacemaker gave heart to many in 1926, the Wiggles influenced generations upon forming in 1991 and Google …

The NRL Matrix
March 16, 2012 – 12:50 pm | No Comment

 
I’m late…late…for a very important fate. March is here, the NRL has just kicked off and I haven’t chosen which of the nine Sydney clubs to support. Do I follow the white rabbitoh? Cheer for …

Chinese New Year Joy
January 27, 2012 – 3:19 pm | No Comment

2012 seems so much more promising and filled with potential now I’ve viewed it through the eyes of Chinese New Year and my stomach has experienced it through the marvellous cuisine of a traditional Cantonese …

Movember Reign
November 28, 2011 – 11:57 am | No Comment

This Movember moustache is growing on me.
It was a bit hairy at first, waiting for the wee sprout, desperately hoping I could ditch the mo-nifying glass and see tangible growth with the naked eye. Preferably …

Predators vs Sydney Newbie
November 16, 2011 – 1:43 pm | No Comment
Predators vs Sydney Newbie

You have to admire a country where gardening is an extreme sport and essential camping equipment includes a copy of Bindi The Jungle Girl: Survivor Edition.
Before becoming a Sydney newbie I could climb trees, grope …

Seriously Ticked Off
November 16, 2011 – 1:40 pm | No Comment
Seriously Ticked Off

I used to think bush ticks were an Australian myth, designed to further frighten newcomers already petrified of coming face to face with snakes, spiders and an array of scary sea creatures – like Tony …

90 Minutes To Live
February 11, 2010 – 8:34 pm | 91 Comments
90 Minutes To Live

Sydney Newbie appreciates the quality of Sydney’s health care after his mate Axe collapses in the street.
If he had kept the brave face, gritted his teeth and made it to his train, the sliding doors …

Sydney From The Sky
February 9, 2010 – 4:06 am | No Comment
Sydney From The Sky

To fully appreciate Sydney’s unique beauty Sydney Newbie took to the heavens and, finding the courage to open his eyes, saw the city in a whole new light.
I knew I was in for a thrilling …

Fascinating Sydney – 1
February 9, 2010 – 4:06 am | One Comment
Fascinating Sydney – 1

Sydney harbours a history unlike any other Australian city. Peer through Sydney Newbie’s rose-tinted glasses at fascinating Sydney facts for newbies and visitors alike.

British exploring legend James Cook first laid claim to Sydney in 1770, …

Eaten Alive By Sydney
February 9, 2010 – 2:49 am | 5 Comments
Eaten Alive By Sydney

When the prospect of a shift to Sydney is raised, the doomsayers often rise as well. And they’re nasty! The manner of one’s demise is always different, but the result is always the same – …