Barrenjoey House

Address: 1108 Barrenjoey Rd, Sydney, New South Wales, 2108, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Northern Peninsula area of Sydney, is near Palm Beach, Avalon Beach, Newport Beach, and Whale Beach.
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      Channeling my inner fortune cookie

      A travel blog entry by caracapp3 on Mar 21, 2015

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... on their souls purpose and go for it. Stop making excuses, look fear in the face and say I'm doing this and it will forever change me for the better. Repeat.

      One of my favorite songs is Wavin Flag by K'naan idk why its just so great. Listen to it and you'll know how I'm feelin. Put it on driving to work or walking to a friends house, jam out.
      When I am older, I will be stronger, They'll call me freedom, just like a wavin flag <3


      We're going to the zoo, zoo, zoo

      A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Mar 09, 2015

      20 photos

      There are so many things to do and places to see in Sydney that it can be difficult to decide on how to spend your time. Two weeks is a decent amount of time in theory but I could easily have stayed longer without running out of activities. For anyone thinking of visiting Sydney, however, I would definitely recommend having Taronga Zoo high on their list.

      Taronga Zoo ...

      What time is it?

      A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Mar 03, 2015

      24 photos

      ... of Australians for partying.

      We then headed back to the main city and switched lines (the Sydney Explorer has two, intertwining lines covering the city and Bondi Bay). We got off at the Central Railway station, an old Victorian building, but with not much to see inside. We headed for Chinatown, but got sidetracked by Market City and another chance to shop. Oh, joy! Market City is a shopping mall, like any in the U.S., except they ...

      Saving the best for last

      A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Mar 01, 2015

      8 photos

      ... wisely stuck to the tame stuff, except for when she and I teamed up in the bumper cars. She's actually a better driver than I would have thought, whereas I was the reckless one. All in all, the day cost us more than we'd anticipated thanks to Lorelei's short stature and the park's requirement that a legal guardian accompany her, but it was well worth it as a capstone to our time in Sydney.

      We'll spend the rest of this week trying to make the most of ...

      Earl the Wallaby

      A travel blog entry by jmsges on Feb 01, 2015

      101 photos

      ... is certainly the most involved zoo I have ever been to. You get to walk through some of the animal enclosures, and if you pay a bit extra you get to feed and touch some of the animals. Our first stop was a koala pin, which was adorable. There were two koalas, Wanda and Grace. Grace felt that we were drastically less exciting than her nap. Wanda, on the other hand, was a ham. She had a tiny little joey in ...