7 must-do NSW road trips now restrictions have lifted

Restrictions in NSW have lifted and so we thought it time to take a road trip and see the wonderful sights on offer outside of Sydney. From coastal roads, to winding mountain ranges and endless highways, there are several that are worth the (sometimes long) drive. Some may require a few nights in a hotel […] ... Read more »

Paint trends to look out for in 2020

Adding colour to the walls of any room has the power to transform it – whether that’s a painting a feature wall or a surprise painted ceiling. But choosing which colour to use can be daunting. There are so many choices out there and sometimes we need a little help from the experts. So, to […] ... Read more »

Warming recipes for cold nights in Sydney

May is one of our favourite months of the year here in Sydney. The days are still bright, sunny, and warm but the nights have started to get colder. Fires need to be lit, heaters turned on, and summer wardrobes are put to rest to make way for autumn/winter fashion. Then, there’s the matter of […] ... Read more »

Everyday remembrance in the heart of Kings Cross

The El Alamein fountain in Fitzroy Gardens is an iconic part of Kings Cross, and through the 1960s and 1970s was an icon of Sydney itself. Opened in 1961, it commemorates the battle of El Alamein, Egypt, in World War II – the site of two battles which helped turn the course of World War […] ... Read more »

Potts Points restaurants that are open for takeaway

Help your local restaurants through this tough time by continuing to eat their delicious fare – just in the comfort of your own home – with these Potts Point favourites now offering take-away. This list will be updated regularly so if you know somewhere that is now offering take away service please let us know, […] ... Read more »

Quick tips to help you buy, sell, or rent in the Sydney property market

Whether you’re buying, renting, or selling, we’ve got some simple tips to help you navigate the Sydney property market. Selling Once you’ve decided to sell your home, you can find yourself on an emotional rollercoaster of highs and lows – especially if it’s your family home. Will they buy, won’t they buy, or will it […] ... Read more »

Short breaks to help rejuvenate bushfire affected areas near Sydney

The next long weekend is approaching and it’s a chance for us to help communities that were badly affected by the bushfires. This fire season was awful. We saw towns and communities devastated by the searing fires around them. But we also saw a rise in the great Australian spirit. Of people rallying together, saying […] ... Read more »

What’s on in Sydney this February 2020

Looking for something to do in Sydney this February? Well, the good news is, there’s lots on. From Mardis Gras to Mika, we’ve put together a list of things to do. Mardi Gras The annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival starts on Friday, February 14 and continues until Sunday 1 March. Which lots […] ... Read more »

How to save water in times of water restrictions

Sydney has been under level 2 water restrictions since November. This means that: Gardens can only be watered before 10 am or after 4 pm with a watering can or bucket Smart drip irrigation systems may only be used for 15 minutes before 10 am or after 4 pm The use of unattended hoses is […] ... Read more »

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