Atlantics Guide To Sydney’s Private Museums

Off the beaten path museums in Sydney

Think of Sydney and your head fills with postcard images of Circular Quay, world class beaches and the iconic Sydney Opera house. While these landmarks make Sydney a world class city (and, hopefully, obscenely sexy escorts ;) ), they also overshadow the vast array of off the beaten path and private museums that create the cultural heart of the city.
Here are a five lesser known museums in Sydney you must check out:

White Rabbit Gallery (30 Balfour Street, Chippendale)

The White Rabbit Gallery in Chippendale was set up to celebrate innovative Chinese art. White Rabbit is one of the most exciting galleries to appear on the Sydney scene and art lovers will be blown away by the vast range of contemporary Chinese art. It is privately owned by Judith and Kerr Neilson and conveniently located near Sydney Central station and Central park in a trendy renovated warehouse. The museum hosts two exhibitions annually and for those that want to immerse themselves in the full Chinese experience, they can enjoy a cup of Chinese tea at the in-house tea room. There is no cost of admission.

Living Live Human Statues

Brett Whiteley Studio (2 Raper Street, Surry Hills)

Brett Whiteley was one of Australia’s most well known contemporary artists known for his contribution to the avant-garde art movement. As a way to celebrate his work, the Art Gallery of New South Wales turned his old studio in Surry Hills into a museum open to the public. Get a glimpse into how Whiteley worked by checking out this unique museum which showcases an excellent collection of his work as well as sketches he did and his personal art book collection. There is also a tiny shop which sells postcards and other merchandise related to his art. You won’t find a café attached but the studio is conveniently located in Surry Hills which is known for its great range of cafes and restaurants.

None other than Bob Dylan himself loves the Brett Whiteley and gave an extensive interview here in 1986:

Vaucluse House (69A Wentworth Road, Vaucluse)

Lovers of history will be blown away by this amazing estate which in 2015 celebrated its hundredth year as Australia’s first house museum. This gigantic estate is one of Sydney’s oldest mansions and while it was originally built in 19th century, the eccentric mansion will make you feel as though you are walking about in an old Victorian home. Guided tours are widely available to walk you through the grounds and you can finish up your tour with a stop at the accompanying tea rooms. The house is located in the harbour side suburb of Vaucluse and the neighbourhood itself is worth having a stroll through. Public transport is available via bus or ferry.

The Rocks Discovery Museum (Kendall Lane, The Rocks)

This small but incredibly informative museum is one of Sydney’s best hidden gems. The museum was designed to tell the story of the Rocks beginning in the pre-European days of Sydney to the present day version. You will enjoy the four permanent exhibitions as well as the attention grabbing interactive research area. For those travelling with family, the museum runs a kids program during school holiday season where children can role play as archaeologists (guided of course by certified archaeologists) as they dig up artefacts and learn about the objects they find. This museum is all about learning through fun and it won’t cost you a cent to enter although donations are welcome.

Nicholson Museum (University of Sydney)

The Nicholson Museum at the University of Sydney holds the largest antiquity collection in the southern hemisphere and surprisingly one of the lesser known museums in the city. It is named after its founder, Sir Charles Nicholson, a lifelong explorer who founded the museum in 1860. You will find an extraordinary collection of ancient artefacts from regions such as Egypt, Cyprus, Italy and Greece. The museum can be found in the main square of the University and is open for free to the public.

Bianca Interview – Busty Green Eyed Australian Beauty – Very pretty GFE Sweetheart

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Why did you choose to become an Escort?
The freedom and it’s fun. It has given me the chance to meet and interact with people from different paths in life. I enjoy talking to people and learning new things, hearing opinions and catching brief glimpses into other people’s lives and escorting gives you that opportunity. It also gives you a chance to really connect with some amazing people, when that happens it makes you remember all over again why you love it.

Why did you choose to work with Agency Atlantic?
When I decided I wanted to give escorting a try, like many ladies out there I wasn’t quite sure of how to go about it. All I knew was that I’m always about quality over quantity and I wanted who ever I chose to work with to reflect this. When I first found Atlantic I was taken to the international site and my first reaction was admiration. The quality and substance of the ladies Atlantic represented was unlike any other Agency I had come across and I wanted to be apart of that. No other Agency I found was as honest, easy going and relaxed and also not about trying to take all your money in fees. Atlantic was well established and had a great reputation. Sarah also was extremely helpful in mentoring which was invaluable getting started.

Why have you stayed with Agency Atlantic so long and not become an independent?
Atlantic has the best fee structure in the business and they also do a massive amount of admin and behind the scenes work each day to help you succeed in the industry. I have no need to become independent as I have peace of mind that Atlantic has a wonderful membership base and great clientele. I love the ladies that I get to work with and I also love having the security, support and advise of an experienced team that is so successful in the escorting industry.

What are the best parts of being an escort?
The freedom and ability to successfully travel & tour with Atlantic. I love being able to meet people from completely different cultures and backgrounds and be a part of their world for an hour or a day and bring joy into their lives. Also the ability to be able to sun bake and spend time outdoors whenever ever I feel like it.

How often do you travel, and what’s your favourite place to visit?
I travel a few times a year. I have enjoyed traveling Asia more than I ever imagined. Hong Kong always blows my mind.

Where would you love to go next?
Sarah has just started to refine Tokyo tours and that has been on my wish list for a while, from everything I have heard Japan is amazing. Also Shanghai and the Maldives.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
To be honest if I could afford to live on my own tropical island I think I would be in heaven. A beautiful house surrounded by tropical fruit trees, bright blue water and white sand all day is my ultimate.

3 things you can’t live without?
Internet, coffee and avocados lol

What’s your favourite type of rendezvous?
I love anything from an intimate dinner at Michelin star restaurant, to a simple coffee date. As long as the food, coffee and company is good quality I’m easy pleased.

Top 3 tips for clients to ensure they have a great time with you.
Be yourself and don’t be afraid to let me know what you enjoy. Relax and just go with the flow. Manners and cleanliness are two of my favourite things.

Which feature do others compliment you on the most?
Eyes and boobs

What’s your favourite cuisine?
To be honest I don’t particularly have a favourite, anything that is made with quality fresh ingredients and skillfully cooked I love.

Favourite cocktail?
Espresso Martini – two of my favourite things coffee and vodka, how can I go wrong lol

Is there a charity that is dear to you?

Youth off the streets originated in Sydney and was started by Father Chris Riley. It helps and supports disadvantaged kids who have found themselves in dire circumstances. They help provide food, accommodation, counselling and education to kids who have slipped through the cracks of society and gives them a chance to turn their lives around. It’s a charity very close to my heart and has had many success stories giving some of our most vulnerable a second chance.

What is your favourite quote?
“People who see life as anything more than pure entertainment are missing the point” George Carlin

How do you spend your down time? What’s your idea of relaxation?
I love a secluded beach, to be able to lay in the sun, read a good book and swim in the ocean, it is my favourite down time activity.

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Agency Atlantic 4th Birthday Party March 16, 2017


It’s been a little over a year since our last Members Party so it’s about time we threw one of our fabulous shindigs

Our first members party of the year will be at a secret location in the Sydney CBD on March 16, 6.30pm until 8pm

The location we have chosen is totally private and your discretion is guaranteed.  It’s not the same location as our last party, we are  not telling where it is but we promise its cool :)

Location details will be sent out via SMS March 16 @ 5pm to all gents who have RSVP’d

Gents who are not members & who would like to attend; A Party Invitation will be given to you should you book a meeting of 3hrs or longer between now and March 16

In attendance will be Kate, Zoe, Bianca, Victoria, Spanish Beauty Juliet and our visiting English Beauties Ashley, Giselle and Charlie

Everyone who has been before knows we love to put on a show – The show will be at 7.30pm :-)

Members if you wish to RSVP please SMS Bec with your membership username and let us know you are attending.  if you are a ‘maybe’ then please let us know that so we don’t over-do the catering

Please note this is a purely social event. No private time will be available on the premises but you are welcome to arrange a meeting at your location if you can convince the lady to leave the party LOL :-)

The girls & I are all looking forward to another great night.  All of our parties have been such fun for us all

See you Soon

Sarah & Bec xx