The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the major landmarks of Sydney, Australia, connecting the Sydney central business district (CBD) with the North Shore commercial and residential areas, both of which are located on Sydney Harbour. The dramatic water vista of the bridge together with the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of both Sydney and Australia. It was opened on 19 March 1932.
Monument erected in 1825 to Comte de Jean Francois de Galaup de Laperouse. No news was heard of Laperouse after he left here on 10 March 1788. He had set up a camp on the beach just to the north of this monument (now called Frenchmans Bay). The grave of Father Le Receveur, who was wounded in Samoa, is at the other end of the path. The area is now the suburb of La Perouse, Sydney.
The famous Manly Beach, Sydney. To the left is Manly Cove with a Manly ferry at the wharf. Manly was named by our first Governor, Arthur Phillip, because of the manly attitude of the Aboriginal people at a nearby cove.
The Palm Deira is the largest and the last of Dubai's inspiring palm-shaped islands, The Palm, Deira will house 8000 villas apart from a number of amenities such as, shopping malls, sports facilities, clubs, public services and other luxury amenities, making it one of the world's most coveted residential properties, thus closing the final chapter of the world's eighth wonder The Palm.
Luna Park is a historical amusement park in Sydney, Australia, first opened in 1935. The park is located at Milsons Point, immediately west of the point where the Sydney Harbour Bridge meets the North Shore of Sydney Harbour. Like similarly-named parks elsewhere, the park's entrance features a giant face of the moon; in the case of Sydney, the face has been replaced several times, each differin...
Also a popular surfing beach on the Northern end Bombo Beach is located just north of the Kiama township, on the Eastern side of the Princes Hwy. Only accomplished surfers should access this spot as it is well known for strong undercurrents and is not advisable for weaker swimmers.
Whales can often be spotted off the Southern Headland during the migrating season between April &am...
The Loch Palm Golf Club Phuket, with 18 hole, par 72, has smooth slopes and dramatic elevation changes, taking you across and around ravines and plateaus that test all levels of skill.
The front nine holes sit among lakes and palm trees, while the second nine move you along though the mountains, hitting uphill and downhill with woods, irons and even your putter!!