By 2030 Metropolitan Sydney is projected to experience an average of 4 more days above 35ºC per year and continue to rise to 11 days per year by 2070.
Surrounded by national parks, beaches and rivers, and home to a multitude of Aboriginal and multicultural heritage sites, Sydney offers unique opportunities to enjoy nature and heritage without leaving the city.
The Aboriginal Heritage walk highlights rock art and engravings of the Guringai people in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Photo: A.RichardsRead More
Enjoy nineteenth century parklands and picnic grounds beside the Hacking River. Photo: D.FinneganRead More
Carisbrook is a period furnished Victorian house open to the public on a regular basis. Photo: S.WattersRead More
Once known as Bunker’s Farm, this is a rare surviving example of a Governor Macquarie era residence. Photo: S.WattersRead More
Sydney Harbour National Park protects islands and foreshore around Sydney Harbour. Photo: K.McGrathRead More
Discover the magnificent ocean views and rugged beauty of Royal National Park’s coastline as you walk the Coast track. Photo: A.RichardsRead More