Completing Sydney

An attempt to visit every suburb in Sydney.

Today we're back in the Inner West yet again with a highly anticipated post. Dulwich Hill


Today we're back in the Inner West yet again with a highly anticipated post.

Dulwich Hill

After the election shenanigans, we now return to your regular programming. You know it's about to get real when we have a 2-for-1 p...


After the election shenanigans, we now return to your regular programming.

You know it's about to get real when we have a 2-for-1 post. We're still in the city's northwest and I think you could even argue that we're in the Outer West. What you can't argue against though is that there ain't much out here.

Berkshire Park

What? You thought we were done with these election posts? There's a third major party in politics that we haven't mentioned yet,...


What? You thought we were done with these election posts?

There's a third major party in politics that we haven't mentioned yet, and that's The Greens. Bonus instalment!

If you haven't already, have a read of Part 1 and Part 2 of this miniseries first, where I visit the Laborest and Liberalest suburbs, respectively.

Election season continues! If you're still an undecided voter, this post will not change that, but it may help numb the pain of the e...


Election season continues! If you're still an undecided voter, this post will not change that, but it may help numb the pain of the election campaign.

Before starting, I'd recommend checking out Part 1 of this mini-series first, where I visited Sydney's Labor-est suburb. Today, I'll be shifting to the other end of politics and heading into Sydney's Liberal-est suburb.

Which suburb had the strongest support for The Liberals?

It’s election season once again, which means that the good people of Australia have to endure politicians kissing babies, TV commercials...

It’s election season once again, which means that the good people of Australia have to endure politicians kissing babies, TV commercials with foreboding voiceovers and ominous sound effects, and text messages from a billionaire named Clive. When all's said and done, we might end up with the unfamiliar situation of a new Prime Minister by means of election, rather than leadership spill.

And what better way to celebrate the functioning of our plucky little democracy than to spend some time in Sydney’s Labor-est and Liberal-est suburbs?

Which suburb had the strongest support for Labor? 

We're delving deeper into the city's Northwest , with a post I'm going to have a little bit of fun with. Marsden Park

We're delving deeper into the city's Northwest, with a post I'm going to have a little bit of fun with.

Marsden Park