Tourism operators propose a $20 million system of glass gondolas that would travel above Cataract Gorge, but not everyone is happy about the plan.
My advice to my kids and anyone who'll listen is this: do not buy a new apartment, especially if it is over three stories high, writes Philip Gall.
Sydney property developers are pulling out all stops by offering special deals — including to pay the buyer's mortgage for a year — in a bid to lure customers and sell a glut of apartment stock in a downturned market.
Australia's sprawling outer suburbs have rapidly growing populations, but most of the new residents have a very long commute to get to jobs that are mainly located near the CBD.
Volunteers plant more than 700 trees to create a curtain of greenery in a bid to protect Queensland's largest turtle rookery.
The Prime Minister is pressing ahead with the Government's ambitious Pacific step up, reshaping Australia's aid program in Solomon Islands by pledging $250 million during a short visit to Honiara.
The sudden closure of two popular Mount Lawley bars sparks fears for Perth's once bustling Beaufort Street entertainment strip, but the former car yard hub of East Victoria Park shows how a suburb can revitalise itself.
As Sydney joins the list of cities across the globe embracing a world of driverless trains, are governments adequately prepared for an automated revolution?
That slow, rhythmic, thunking noise you can hear is David Hynes's head hitting his desk. WA's Public Transport Authority spokesman has just learned yet another truck has crashed into Perth's infamous traffic bridge.
Leading property analysts believe the Sydney market is set to bottom out by spring and hit positive territory by the end of the year on the back of a "confidence boost" from the Coalition's surprise election victory.