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Things to do in Sydney to ramp up your Christmas spirit

You may be running around shouting Ho Ho Ho and Merry Christmas to everyone who crosses your path, or you may not feel like the most festive day of the year is just around the corner. However you feel, here are some ideas to help you ramp up (or maintain) the Christmas spirit. Summer Santa at the Tower Eye Find … Read the full post »

How To Show Your Appreciation For Your Mum This Mother’s Day In Sydney

How do you make your mum (or step-mum, grandma, auntie) feel special on the day created to celebrate all the wonderful things they have done? You take them out somewhere nice, or do something fun with them that’s a little different from their usual routine. We’ve put together a … Read the full post »

What not to miss in Sydney this April

April. Daylight savings have kicked in, the days are getting cooler, nights even more so but Sydney isn’t done yet. Keep your slippers and blanket in the cupboard for a bit longer as there are so many exciting things to do in Sydney this month. Here are the ones that we don’t think … Read the full post »

Where to watch the fireworks in Sydney

As we edge ever nearer to waving goodbye to 2017, we thought it would be appropriate to share some of the best vantage points for the infamous Sydney fireworks. As usual there will be two displays, one at 9pm for families and then 12pm for those who can make it to the early hours.   Embarkation Park, Potts Point… Read the full post »

Last minute Christmassy things and Carols in Sydney

[caption id="attachment_1848" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Merry Christmas from all of us[/caption] Christmas is upon us, the geese have gotten fat and it’s nearly time to eat until your sides hurt. BUT maybe you still aren’t feeling as Christmassy as you’d like? Or you’ve been so busy feeding the geese that you haven’t made it to any special events yet? Fear not because … Read the full post »

10 totally awesome things to do in Sydney this December

[caption id="attachment_1794" align="alignleft" width="1024"] Light display at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney[/caption]   December is here and it’s not called Silly Season for nothing. It’s probably the busiest month of the year for most, with party invites being thrown out left, right, and centre. However, if you’re looking for something a bit different, or you do have a spare moment, or you … Read the full post »

Sydney Film Festival 2017. 07 – 18 June.

  For 12 days (and nights) every year, Sydney becomes every film fanatic’s dream. The chance to be among the first in Australia to see what the cinema world has to offer. More than 200 of the most exciting (and sometimes strangest) work created for the year. Think premieres, inspiring talks and parties taking place all over Sydney.  Venues … Read the full post »

Vivid Sydney – Creativity, celebrated.

Vivid Sydney – It’s not just a light display Vivid Sydney is our city’s annual light spectacular. Understandably drawing ever-increasing crowds each year. The light displays wowing and mesmerising as they walk around the harbour’s edge. However, the light displays aren’t all that the Vivid Festival is about. There are many other celebrations of creativity happening, and this year they’ve really upped … Read the full post »

ANZAC Day in Eastern Suburbs and inner-city Sydney

25 April. ANZAC Day. The 25th marking the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landing at Gallipoli in 1915, during the First World War.   Our chance to pay our respects to those that have fought and died for our freedom. Really to pay our respect to anyone that has fought so we can live freely. There are many services in and around … Read the full post »

What to do in Sydney on Easter long weekend

  Hot Cross Buns! It’s nearly Easter already – anyone else feel like this year is zooming through like a rabbit on rollerskates?? This year the Easter long weekend is 14 – 17 April. Some people like to go away and some like to stay in Sydney to celebrate. If you’re one of the latter, we’ve put together a few options for you to … Read the full post »

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