What's Happening In Sydney

  • A Warm Winter Fest

    There is always something going on in Sydney, from the wild night life to the incredible artistry throughout the city.... Read more +

    There is always something going on in Sydney, from the wild night life to the incredible artistry throughout the city. It’s no wonder that there are always new events popping up all around the city. This month you can look forward to the Bondi Feast — an all encompassing festival which features the best artists from around the area! You can expect to laugh, sing, eat and adore all of the incredible visual arts that will be taking place! 

    Bondi Feast is a ten day long event and it is jam packed each and every day. The perfect way to beat the winter blues is to come out and get involved in the Sydney community and support your local artists. All the tickets for the events range between $10 and $20 but normally have a fun freebie inside — come rock out the winter in style and have a little fun too! 

  • Sydney Takes on Film

    It’s the season of entertainment and this month is all about the movies!... Read more +

    The Sydney Film Festival will be kicking off on June 7th with an outdoor screen on Pitt Street showcasing short films and trailers of films that will be shown throughout the ten days the festival will be in town. If you find yourself peeking in curiosity over the independent films, tickets can be purchased prior to the showing online. 

    Sydney’s film festival not only hits Sydney, but also travels all around the country for others to enjoy the simple pleasures of cinematography. The festival also has a ton of Q&A sessions with producers throughout the festival in increase your knowledge on the film industry. We can't think of a more perfect way to spend an afternoon in the winter time than with a nice glass of wine, a cozy sweater and a great film to gush over! 

  • Sydney Gets Silly

    Sneak out of your daily routine and go get silly with the rest of Sydney. The 13th Annual Sydney Comedy Festival will be running shows daily until the 21st of May.... Read more +

    This annual festival showcases comedians from all over the world, at all skill levels, and a plethora of genres. Bring the family to a lighthearted show for a few innocent laughs or grab a brew with the mates before heading out to one of the more risqué shows. This years festival has about twenty different venues all around Sydney that the comedians will be featured with ticket prices beginning at ten dollars. The Comedy Fest has become a staple in the Sydney community for over thirteen years, bringing everyone together one laugh at a time. No matter the spectacle you choose, it is a guarantee that you will leave with rosy cheeks and night to remember. 

  • Saturdays in Sydney

    As we come into cooler weather for autumn, it is the perfect time to grab a buddy and a light sweater and head down to Kings Cross Market.... Read more +

    Operating every Saturday morning you can stop by and grab your favorite local flowers, art and delicious produce. Everything at the market has been sourced from somewhere local or has been handmade. Kings Cross market is part of a community of markets that all ensure certified organic products. Their objective is to keep shopping simple, fun, and delicious while providing you with information to purchase products responsibly. If you can’t make the Kings Cross market, check out their website and find a pop-up that is closer to you! Taking a stroll at the market is the perfect way to support your community, while still enjoying a lovely outing on your Saturday morning.

  • Community Building Through Cooking

    If there is one way to connect with your community, it can definitely be done through the stomach.... Read more +

    The Reg Murphy Community Centre has decided to ride the local train all the way to the station, by bringing their neighbors together through local cooking classes and recipes. The concept of this cooking class is for each attendee to bring their own recipe to swap with another attendee. Once the swap has been made each person will test out their new recipe, and share their meal with the group. 

    A great place to make new friends, fill your belly and expand your cooking skills. This event is scheduled to meet every Monday until the 10th of April beginning at 1pm. Come by yourself or with a pal and fill your tummies with new friendship and delicious food. 

    Every Monday 1pm to 3pm

    Location: 

    Reg Murphy Community Centre

    19 Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point

    Price: $3.00

  • Brews and Booze in the Garden

    We all cherish our weekends, we hold them near and dear to our hearts, it is certain that these days must not be wasted. ... Read more +

    A sure way to make the most of your weekend, is to stop by Busby’s Bar right in Royal Botanical Garden’s Victoria Lodge right near the city centre. This pop-up bar is back by popular demand and will be in full swing until the 19th of February. 

    The relaxed atmosphere takes you away from the bar scene, and puts you right in the middle of Sydney, with a spectacular view of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Busby’s carries a selection of snacks, coffee, beer and wine, inviting anyone over the age of eighteen to pull up a blanket or chair to enjoy a cold beverage in the garden. A sure way to make it a magnificent weekend.

    Website: https://whatson.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/events/busbys-bar

  • Summer Nights in Sydney

    What could be better than a summer in Sydney? We love the warm weather and the electric atmosphere that January brings to us each year.... Read more +

    We are so obsessed with it, that we decided to celebrate; and we have not stopped celebrating since the summer of 1977. The Sydney Festival takes place every January, in the heart of the city, with over twenty different venues to choose from.

    This pop-up event has become a much anticipated gathering for all different age groups. The festival features food vendors, live music, theater productions, art expos, inspirational talks and workshops; to which some are completely free to attend. We adore our city so much, and this is the prefect way to express it! Make sure you grab a few pals and check out the Sydney Festival running everyday until the 29th of January. 

    Website: http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2017/

  • A Holiday Season Full of Lights

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year and the great city of Sydney has an incredible way of showing it! All through the month of December you can find festive events to attend between Christmas caroling, holiday markets and even craft workshops.... Read more +

    However, our favorite type of pop-ups this season comes in the form of lighting installations. All throughout the city, you can find streets that have been turned into a mystic, wonderland. 

    Two of our favorite Christmas installations are The Boulevard of Lights along the Pitt Street Mall, and The Bulgari Christmas Lights in Martin Place. The two events appeared towards the end of November and we haven’t been able to help ourselves since. Both affairs are free to attend, and run through the Christmas Holiday. If you are looking for a fun evening outing that feels festive enough for the holiday season, we suggest you take a stroll on over, you won’t be disappointed.

  • Artwork of Australia

    Everyone loves a good Flea Market, and this November The Artbank Social Club is returning to Sydney to put on just that.  ... Read more +

    The Artist Flea Market Extravaganza is a completely free event and is open to all ages. This flea market specializes in featuring contemporary artists from all over Australia, by transforming normal public spaces into beautiful galleries that stretch for blocks. 

    You can see over 5000 pieces of artwork, take your time strolling the flea market and enjoying the atmosphere. Once you have gotten your creative fix, you can stop by the pop-up garden party or grab some Mexican food from the Cantina Movil food truck. All in good fun and summer spirit, a perfect way to bring in the warm weather. 

    The Artbank Social Club 2016

    Artist Flea Market Extravaganza

    Saturday - 19 November 2016

    10:00 AM – 4:00 PM AEDT 

    222 Young Street

    Waterloo, NSW 2017

    Australia

  • Sightsee Along Sydney's Shore

    Sydney is a city ringed with shoreline that’s exceedingly fun to explore, lapped by clear blue water and elements of truly dramatic architecture.... Read more +

    Sydney Harbour

    The familiar arch that spans Sydney Harbour, the world’s largest bridge made of steel, requires a minimum of two hours to cross and provides a terrific bird’s-eye view. Get your panoramic bearings from high above, which begins next to the city’s beloved landmark.

    Sydney Opera House

    Based on the design of sailboats, Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s wondrous opera house contains six individual music venues, complete with lavish interiors and a picturesque lookout of Sydney’s harbour and bridge. If it’s sunny, take a lap around the surrounding boardwalk.

    Darling Harbour

    In the bustling district that accompanies Darling Harbour you’ll find a variety of entertainment and shopping boutiques, not to mention an abundance of street performers, top-rated restaurants, and what is only to be described as the largest IMAX screen on planet earth.