This site is primarily about an unusual collection of over
2,800 photos of Sydney taken whilst walking Sydney streets.
We would also like to link to similar sites
world-wide as we discover them or when you (the visitors)
let us know about them. We are also including links to some
sites that we have found useful.
So please email us (see Contact
Us) with your information or just to say hello!
Our Related Site:
This website is about the ABC of school mottos: Aimless, Bizarre and Clever. It originated from Alan Waddell's walking every street of nearly 300 Sydney suburbs. He enjoyed discovering the unusual – the odd features of gardens, streets, art, signs, mailboxes, fences and rubbish. Dominant around Sydney are the school mottos. There are over 1,285 photos of school mottos collected on these pages showing the effort and challenge involved in putting a school's aims into as few meaningful words as possible, often with strange results.
Sites of Interest:
Investing in Your Life April 2009
Ian Pollard’s latest book Investing in Your Life: Your Biggest Investment Opportunities are Not Necessarily Financial breaks significant new ground through its compelling analogy between the building of human and social capital and the accumulation of financial capital. It shows the same drivers at work – compound interest, annuities, leverage, options, opportunity cost, returns for risk and many more.
Dr Ian Pollard is an actuary, Rhodes scholar, Australian tennis representative and company director. His website is www.investing-in-your-life.com He does mention Alan in his book: "My family, of all ages, were inspired by our late friend Alan Waddell's self-reinvention. After the death of his wife, Marge, Alan began walking the streets of Sydney. In the last six years of his life, from the age of 88 to 94, he walked every street in 284 suburbs. He gave his first ever public speech (reputedly the challenge many people fear most) at 90 and became an international celebrity, regular TV guest, public speaker and inspiration to many - young and old - especially in encouraging people to do more walking. His website <walksydneystreets.net>, still maintained by his sons, has to be seen to be believed."
Australia's Online Walking Community
a site developed to get Australia walking with maps, advice
and a lively forum.
Sydney Daily Photo
Daily Sydney Photo blog at www.sydneynearlydailyphot.blogspot.com
where a new photo of Sydney (other than the usual tourist
images) is posted nearly every day.
A very enjoyable site to visit that occasionally has had similar
photos to walksydneystreets.net. Another site that shows that
Sydney is endlessly fascinating.
A major Australian festival promoting Australia in the USA
- put together by Australians living in USA.
It took place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on 2-4 November
For more information visit www.walkpembrokepines.com/
or the contact list at
Judging by the number of visitors to our site from Farmer
Jim's link, his site must generate huge interest. He has a
webcam plus photos of attractions in a quiet area of Queensland,
Our site covers most of Sydney; a site that covers the whole
of Australia with all kinds of records from amazing achievements
to the amazingly bizarre is www.amazingaustralia.com.au
New Zealand ElderNet:
Our combination of (very) senior citizens and activity is
mirrored by a New Zealand site with loads of information for
the elderly: www.eldernet.co.nz
International Friendship through the Written Word - Tintota
Stories and Poems from Around the World (all free)