Sydney Cherry Blossom Festival
Sydney Cherry Blossom Festival The annual Sydney Cherry Blossom Festival is back from Saturday 17th August to Sunday 25th August, paying homage to Japan’s seasonal beauties. It’s being held at the Auburn Botanic Gardens, where you can stroll through a tunnel of pink blooms and appreciate Japanese culture (without having to fly all the way […]Read more
The Biggest Fun Run of the Year: City2Surf This is the big one on Sydney’s run calendar. Whether you’re a serious runner, jogger, walker, pusher or want to join in for the first time, don’t miss your chance to cry on the way up Heartbreak Hill. There are 80,000 participants each year and entries for City2Surf are […]Read more
International Day of Friendship
The world is filled with too much hatred, too much fighting and too much mistrust. Today is the International Day of Friendship and is certainly and opportunity too stop, and reverse, these world problems. According to the United Nations, the official sponsor of this special day, the International Day of Friendship is a day to […]Read more
2019 Audiocraft 57 is honoured and delighted to be a Major Partner of the 2019 Audiocraft Podcast Festival. This is the most important event if the year for audio makers and podcast fans seeking to connect and collaborate with Australia passionate audio community. Programmed as part of Vivid Idea, 400+ podcasters will converge in Sydney […]Read more
Sydney welcomes Vivid 2019!
Vivid Sydney multi-award winning festival of light, music and ideas returns to Sydney to illuminate the city with mesmerising new light art and projections and deliver a fresh new program of music and ideas. From Friday 24 May to Saturday 15 June expire the brilliant light walk stretching 2kms along the harbour foreshore from The […]Read more
It’s time to celebrate the Year of the Pig in Sydney!
It’s time to celebrate the Year of the Pig in Sydney! There’s so much happening during the Sydney Lunar Festival which runs from 1 to 10 February. Here are just a few of the best things to do. Lunar Lanterns Explore the Lunar Lanterns and discover your birth sign. A spectacular new pig lantern will light up the western […]Read more
A local’s guide to Chippendale
Sitting snugly between Victoria Park and Prince Alfred Park, Chippendale maybe small on space, but its big on character, charisma and culinary delights. Wander the crooked backstreets of this hip inner-city suburb to discover its signature terrace houses, cool cafes and unique art galleries. Once a rough industrial hub centering on the former Kent Breweryt, […]Read more
Christmas In Sydney
Its that time of the year again when Sydney gets festive and the Mr & Mrs Claus starts preparing for their world wind sleigh journey. For those visiting Sydney there is plenty to see and do at Christmas time, especially for he kids. MYER GIFTORIUM Explore the magic Of Christmas through the eyes of a […]Read more
STAR WARS™ Identities: The Exhibition
If you were a character from Star Wars, which one would you be? The Powerhouse Museum has opened their doors to the Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition. Designed for visitors of all ages, will be invited to explore your own identity and learn about the forces that shape them as they move through a series […]Read more
The Meal to End it All.
With daylight savings just around the corner and we burst out from our trench coats and scarves, Sydney is resuscitated with an abundance of exciting events. At the top of our list is the official Sydney Fringe Festival. The Festival Village returns to Kensington Street, Chippendale for 2018 and we have been promised an epic […]Read more