The 18km ride from Gosford to Umina has some amazing views of Brisbane Water and southern area of the Central Coast.
The ride hugs the water’s edge from the Gosford Waterfront through Point Clare, Tascott and Koolewong into Woy Woy. For fast riders, it can be cycled in less 2 hours.
Apart from a hill climb at Tascott, the ride is mostly flat. Below is the map that shows the cycling route from Gosford to Umina — but, if you look closely, you’ll see that my friend, CrouchGJ…
If you’re looking for an excellent walk that showcases views of Sydney’s harbour, the Manly to The Spit and Balmoral walk is for you.
The walk starts at the Manly Wharf and winds around the lower northern beaches foreshore to The Spit and along to Balmoral. The total walk is 14 kilometres in length and takes about 3 hours. A map of the Manly to The Spit and Balmoral walk is located below.
Most people normally walk from Manly to The Spit — this might be because there’s a handy bus stop…
The safest route to ride from Parramatta to Sydney’s CBD is via the M4 and Cooks River cycleways.
These two cycleways offer cyclists a mostly off road route that connects Parramatta with Sydney. A map of the Parramatta to Sydney cycle route is below.
The total ride is about 38km. The cycleways don’t directly connect with each other – you’ll need to navigate some roads between Sydney Olympic Park and South Strathfield.
Southwest Sydney has one of the safest cycleway networks in New South Wales.
I’ve just finished riding a comprehensive cycleway to Liverpool from Guildford and the Prospect Reservoir — the whole 35km ride was mostly off the road.
A person with any fitness level can complete this ride. It’s obviously long — you’ll need to switch yourself into ‘marathon mode’ and take some water and food.
The 47km bike ride along the Old Pacific Highway from Cowan to Gosford offers incredible views, excellent downhill rides and two tough hill climbs.
Riding the Old Pacific Highway was a life-highlight for my wife and I. We rode the route on a Saturday and passed a lot of cyclists who seem to regularly ride between Cowan and Mount White.
As the coronavirus pandemic began to disrupt business activities in 2020, the Federal Government announced temporary changes to Australia Post’s Performance Standards that would have an big impact on the frequency of mail deliveries.
The announcement revealed that laws would be temporarily changed to allow Australia Post to deliver mail every second day in metropolitan areas instead of every business day — The changes would begin on the 21st April 2020 and end on the 30th June 2021.
In a statement, Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher, made these further announcements at the…
Parramatta has a bunch of cycleways that allow riders to explore the region safely.
The cycleway that runs underneath M4, and eventually long the Parramatta River, is one of the safest ways to bike ride between Parramatta and Sydney Olympic Park.
The ride from Parramatta Park to Sydney Olympic Park under the M4 and back alongside the Parramatta River is about 22kms — and, if ridden slowly, takes about 2 hours to complete.
For 100 years radio stations have been monetising the time that listeners spend listening to radio shows. Across the decades, good shows and music delivered radio stations large audiences and income.
But, now big tech companies are in a battle for the time and attention that listeners devote to consuming radio.
Once podcasting became mainstream in 2005, radio shows around the world were uploading highlights to their websites and iTunes.
Australia’s best cycle network can be found in Canberra.
The cycling loops created around Lake Burley Griffin offer an excellent way to experience Canberra.
We took our mountain bikes to Canberra and rode the 28km cycleway around Lake Burley Griffin.
The ride took us about 5 hours.
We parked our car at Black Mountain Peninsula in Acton. There’s plenty of free parking at this location — and public amenities.
Black Mountain Peninsula has a good lookout over Lake Burley Griffin.
We rode the Lake Burley Griffin cycleway anti-clockwise. We noticed a lot of other cyclists riding anti-clockwise too…
If you want to see an enormous and impressive construction site ‘in action’ I highly recommend a visit to the Western Sydney International Airport visitor centre in Luddenham.
The Western Sydney International Airport Experience Centre is located on a small hill and provides an opportunity where you can watch hundreds, possibly thousands, of contractors build Sydney’s second international airport at Badgerys Creek.
The Australian Government says the airport is expected to open in 2026 and will be operate 24 hours a day.
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