Finding Peace Away from the City at Cordeaux Dam
I’ve lived in Sydney my whole life, and I had no idea we had so many dams surrounding our amazing city, like the historic Cordeux Dam. Located around an hour and a half south of Sydney, somewhere in the middle of Campbeltown and Wollongong is one of Sydney’s most historical locations called Cordeaux Dam. It’s heritage listed and provides water to the Macarthur and Illawarra regions south. Construction of the dam began in 1918 and was completed in 1926 at a cost of 945K pounds, with walls consisting of large sandstone blocks, which were quarried onsite and cemented together and hold approx. 93,640 ML of water in the reservoir. It’s…
Snorkelling at Bushrangers Bay in Shellharbour
Who would have thought there was a spectacular Aquatic Reserve only one and half hours south of Sydney.
Exploring the South Coast of New South Wales
Sometimes we are so busy spending time exploring countries overseas, we forget to explore what's literally sitting on our doorstep.