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Barrenjoey Lighthouse

Barrenjoey Lighthouse stands on the Barrenjoey Peninsula at Palm Beach, an hour’s drive north of Sydney. The lighthouse is at the entrance to Pittwater, Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury river giving it truly magnificent views. 581 more words


Who decides?

It’s been a busy time in Australia. In the past week the Yes vote triumphed in the same-sex-marriage poll and New South Wales’ Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill, recently introduced into the Legislative Council, went down by a single vote. 1,140 more words

NSW govt agencies could be forced to report data breaches | iTnews

The NSW Labor Party has introduced a bill that would force state government agencies to report if they suffer data breach.

Source: NSW govt agencies could be forced to report data breaches


Major Publication Recruits Sydney Writer For His Unique Articles

A friend and supporter of this blog, Ben Carter, was recently recruited by Pigeons & Planes to write for their publication. While working on another piece for them, he spontaneously wrote an article entitled, … 266 more words


Tirrannaville Farm Canola - Southern Tablelands - NSW

Hi All,

I know quite a few people enjoyed last weeks shot but this week shot is what we were there for.

Ask any landscape photographer about Canola and watch their eyes light up! 214 more words


The Sydney Mint

The image above is a beautiful snapshot of a building which has long been a vital part of Sydney’s history – The Sydney Mint. In fact, this is one of the few images in the Past Present collection to have hardly changed as the past century has gone by! 340 more words

New South Wales

On this day...


This aerial photograph of the town of Bega in New South Wales, Australia was taken on the 17th of November, 1937.

Bega, 225 kilometres from the nation’s capital city, … 11 more words