While you can say you’ve seen this spectacular Harbour city from various vantages, can you say that you’ve seen it from a real America’s Cup yacht? Hop aboard today’s deal from Sailing Sydney where you’ll get a 2.5-hour America’s Cup sailing experience for one, just $68 (value $137) or two people for $129 (value $274).
The showdown between Fatai Veamatahau and Mitchell Thompson is probably one of the best performances as The Voice Australia continues. Fatai and Mitchell performed a very beautiful song entitled I Love The Way You Lie. The four mentors, Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Seal and Joel Madden simply cannot hide their amazement as they listen and watch two great singers on The Voice Australia stage.
Perhaps, one of the most controversial showdown battle last night was between Prinnie Stevens and Mahalia Barnes. At the end of their performance of the Tainted Love, Keith Urban picked Mahalia Barnes to go through. Delta Goodrem and Seal thought that Prinnie Stevens performed better. Prinnie and Malahalia’s mentor Joel Madden had to make the decision.
The Voice Australia continues to discover great Australian singers. This time, a 17 years old legally blind young lady from Adelaide named Rachael Leahcar. The Voice Australia is somewhat interesting as the judges listens to voice first without looking at the contestant. Rachael Leahcar carefully listened to the instructions of the production crew as she was led to the platform to sing her blind audition song ‘La Vie En Rose’ by Edith Piaf.
Whether you’re a keen skier or more of an apres type, there’s something for every mountain lover with today’s Escape to the beautiful Snowy Mountains. Carve up the powder for two nights for two during ski season in a Snow View room (just $575, usually $1,150) or kick back with two nights during off-peak season in a Mountain View King room (just $299, usually $598) at the Guthega Alpine Inn, located in the Kosciusko National Park.
Karise Eden performed and sang “It’s A Man’s World” that brought The Voice Australia audience standing and the four mentors racing to press their red buttons. Karise Eden is from Woywoy in Sydney’s Central Coast. She is 19 years of age and has had a tougher life than most teenagers. Karise Eden was A State ward who grew up living in more than 20 refuges. This once very shy girl found music after being fostered to a loving family who owned a music store. Watch her performance below.
What’s even better than taking in the sparkling views of our harbour on foot? Seeing it from a different angle aboard Sydney’s largest tour jet boat! And because Sydneysiders are known for being generous, the city will throw in some fantastic bonus extras, namely the beautiful Harbour Bridge, the iconic Opera House and the rocky ridges of the eastern shore. Cop an eyeful of the city in all her splendour for only $24 (value $49) thanks to Jet Cruiser Adventures.