Grab your partner and enjoy a romantic night out on Sydney’s lower north shore. Offering fantastic dining, picturesque picnic spots and a diverse calendar of events, there is something to suit all age groups.
Have you tried some of these activities on Sydney’s North Shore?
As a mother of a young family who eat healthily, my interest sparked when I heard about The Paleo Way. I love to cook and am mindful of what we feed our two boys aged 4 and 6.
As voted by our readers, listed are some of Sydney North Shore’s great local eateries!
Sydney’s Upper North Shore features an abundance of short strolls and idyllic day walks. Get outside and explore unspoilt bushland and become acquainted with the beauty and wonder of the local area, then finish the day with a relaxing picnic in a beautiful spot.
Driving home to the Northern Beaches from the Sydney CBD I usually choose the Miller Street exit, towards Northbridge. It’s not necessarily quicker than my other options, but it’s my favourite route for a reason. I like it because it takes me across one of the most beautiful bridges in Australia – the Long Gully Bridge.
This season’s app reviews by Brandon Cowan, App Developer – Crazy Dog Apps.
Tim Maddren, former Hi-5 member, will launch the first Hide and Seek Cinema experience on Saturday, January 31.
The road down to Bobbin Head is one of the most pleasant drives in Ku-ring-gai.
Brandon reviews his selected three apps for the spring season!