Why we love our great city
EVERYONE from football legends, actors, and musicians to train drivers, fish mongers and politicians got involved in SnapSydney 2015.
Premier Mike Baird kicked things off from his home on the northern beaches by taking a selfie after an early morning swim at Manly beach.
“We really are lucky to live in the best place in the world,” the Premier captioned his own picture.
Former rugby league legend Brad Fittler posted his coffee run at Bill and Toni’s in East Sydney, actor Marcus Graham was all smiles at Merrylands and Lord Mayor Clover Moore posted possibly the smallest Opera House ever seen on social media.
Budding snappers from Mt Druitt and St Marys also showed off the best the region has to offer including Nurragingy Reserve, backyard chooks and the go-kart track at Eastern Creek.
Joining in the fun was BridgeClimb climb leader Scott Baird, who had one of the best views of the day, guiding groups up to the top of the iconic Harbour Bridge.
“Standing on the icon of Sydney showing off our beautiful city to the whole world, now that’s a way to spend the day,” he said.