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Connecting locals and visitors with a new Sydney travel app

A new travel app combines self-guided tours of Sydney Harbour neighbourhoods with options to meet people along the way, according to its co-creator and writer Rob Dunlop.

​A new travel app combines self-guided tours of Sydney Harbour neighbourhoods with options to meet people along the way, according to its co-creator and writer Rob Dunlop.

Thirst for Sydney features five itineraries with maps, photos, ferry timetables and walking directions for exploring the harbour, while the connect function allows users to announce themselves and send messages to other users of the app — locals and travellers. Dunlop, an Australian travel writer, says he wanted to bring together the elements of what makes for great travel – exploring neighbourhoods, indulging local food and drink, and meeting locals. He describes Thirst for Sydney as a hybrid app with three modes of use. “You can use it as a self-guided travel app to explore independently, as a social app to meet people, or combined to meet people while exploring.

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