A few of our favourite things.
Whether it’s the city or the surf, the food or the weather, the people or just the laid back attitude, there’s a lot to love about Sydney.
Here’s a selection of what’s happening, thanks to City of Sydney What’s On.
Explore the heritage and plant diversity with a knowledgeable volunteer guide. The Royal Botanic Garden is a tranquil oasis of 30 hectares of world-class botanic gardens in the heart of the city. Wrapped around the edge of Sydney Harbour, the garden is one of Sydney’s...read more
The Blue Mountains Elvis Festival 2017 – August 3rd – August 6th – 12 big shows over 4 days “The Colonel” Col Greene in association with Australian Fire Supplies presents the Blue Mountains Elvis Festival.Held every year in August at Katoomba New South Wales around...read more
Coming to Sydney with a live stand-up show filled with his trademark humour, wit and sharp observations about day-to-day life.read more
Red Red Wine, Can’t Help Falling In Love, Kingston Town, and so many more.read more
Status Quo return to Australia for their ‘Last Night of The Electrics’ Tourread more
In his live show, Michael Mosley, the man behind the iconic 5:2 Diet, will take you on a journey exploring fascinating health myths with exciting experiments and an interactive Q&A. Hosted by Julia Zemiro, this promises to be both a fun and enlightening evening...read more
Paulini stars in the musical based on the smash hit film.read more
With hits including ‘Only You’, ‘All Cried Out’, ‘Don’t Go’, and ‘Is This Love?’, Alison Moyet plays Sydney again.read more
Everyone's favourite rock and roll musical on stage like you've never seen before. Grease: The Arena Experience brings everyone’s favourite rock and roll musical to life on stage like you’ve never seen it before. Featuring all the hit songs from the most popular movie...read more
Get physical in the virtual world by going on a geocaching treasure hunt Join an international community of virtual/physical explorers, known as ‘geocachers’, and go on a ’caching treasure hunt in The Rocks, an area steeped in history. Geocaching is a real world,...read more
A gentle way to improve strength, balance and mindfulness Tai chi has been used to keep fit and prevent and cure diseases among the Chinese people since the 16th century. It is a gentle and pleasurable means of attaining and maintaining health and harmony in mind and...read more
Weekly free karaoke sessions Improve your confidence and have fun with free karaoke at the Harry Jensen Community Centre. Run by our community volunteer Jeff, the Big Bopper Learn some new songs and make some new friends at the community centre in Millers Point. Free...read more