"Ramblings Around Sydney, by James A. Sherlock, ACL, is a carefully planned and photographed motion picture study of a city, a happy example of what care and cinematic sensitivity can do for this type of subject. Although Mr. Sherlock did not commit himself to any strong continuity theme, the picture yet has a delicate cohesiveness that defied the best efforts of the earlier amateur movie makers. Outstanding are the filter shots, the shots made of city streets in the rain and the night scenes. Throughout there is a careful choice of camera viewpoint which succeeds in revealing many aspects of the city in relatively short footage. The whole is welded into an enjoyable subject that would entertain any audience." Movie Makers, Dec. 1934, 547.
This film is a part of the James Sherlock collection held by NFSA. A copy is also available in the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers Collection held by East Anglian Film Archive.
The film was available in the ACL's Club Film Library.
National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
Institute of Amateur Cinematographers Collection, East Anglian Film Archive