About Matt L
Lives in Sydney, Australia
Since Aug. 2012
35-49 year old male
A world explorer, experiencing each country and living life to the fullest. Taking in some of the most impressive natural and man made wonders and capturing them forever. www.matthewlees.com Fine Art and Photography.
Piers & Boardwalks
Bodies of Water
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Theatres
Bridges, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Neighbourhoods, Historic Walking Areas
Get the train or bus into Circular Quay to start your day.
Walk from Circular Quay around the Harbour towards the Opera House.
Marvel at this iconic building, check out what's on and maybe book a show during your stay.
Looking across from the Opera house is the Harbour bridge, a marvel of engineering.
From here you can enjoy a walk through the gardens, up-to Mrs Maquaries chair and across to the Art Museum.
Have a rest under a tree or on the grass and watch the world go by.
Some of the finest art and exhibitions in Australia, the Archibald portrait and Wynn prize Exhibitions
If you haven't had enough of walking make your way back over to the harbour and across to the rocks, alternatively you can do this at the beginning of the day.
Rest your legs and get the ferry over to Luna Park and Milsons point
Simply enjoy the quieter aspect and views across to the opera house.
If amusement parks and rides are your thing or your traveling with kids, you will love Luna Park, even if you don't, its an amazing thing to walk through and see.
After a long days walking its probably time to get a bite to eat, enjoy a bottle of wine and discuss the highlights of the day.
Aki's and China Doll are situated on the same Wharf and are equally spectacular in their dishes, just up to you if you prefer Indian or Chinese really.
Walk across from the ferry and over to the beach, take a detour around the shops and eventually end up at the beach.
A short walk along the beach front is shelly beach, relatively quiet this cove is protected from the big waves.
Heading back from shelly beach is Manly, enjoy the sun, have a swim and maybe even learn to surf.
After a relaxing day at the beach, hopefully not sunburnt, head over to the city opn the ferry and have a look around China town.
You must be hungry now so enjoy Sydney's finest Thai restaurant, Longrain. All the food is out of this world good.
If your after a nightcap before turning in and you like your Scotch and Whiskey, try the Baxter inn. Voted one of the top 10 bars in the world, and selling hundreds of tipples.
You have seen most of the sights, walked many miles, and eaten and drank some amazing food and wine. Time to top up your tan at the iconic Sydney beach Bondi.
If you haven't walked enough already why not do the coastal walk to Coogee.
One of the beaches on the way down to Coogee. Nicknamed Glamaramma because its where all the beautiful people go.
You have spent the day finishing up your tan and enjoying the beaches, now head over to Sydney's inner west and Newtown. Where many hipsters, alternates and gay/lesbian couples reside. Newtown is a place where nothing is unusual and your free to be who you are. Also some of the most amazing alternate shops you will find in Sydney.
Spoilt for choice with food in Newtown you can find dozens of amazing restaurants to cater for any pallet.
Spoilt for choice choose your dish and enjoy a hearty meal
Spoilt for choice, the finest Lebanese food in Sydney
Having just received a chefs hat, if you like Indian cuisine and your in Newtown you must go.