Category: Sydney Special Events

Sydney’s Thriving Arts Scene

Sydney hosts a range of wonderful art events throughout the year. So once you’ve enjoyed some of the major tourist attractions why not check out some of what’s happening the next time you’re in town? Here is Where Magazine’s pick of some of the best Sydney has to offer: 19th Biennale of Sydney

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Weekend Ideas for Fun with the Kids In Sydney

Even if you live in Sydney, chances are you haven’t experienced everything it has to offer. Sydney100 has created a list of some of their favourite weekend activities: Climb the Harbour Bridge Pylon – Rather than taking the bridge climb, why not take the kids to do the 200 stair climb to the top of […]

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The Sounds of Vivid Sydney Festival for 2014

The Sydney Morning Herald announced the Vivid Sydney 2014 musical line up for this year. The festival of lights and music, which is now in its 6th year, will span over 18 days and include Redfern’s Carriageworks as one of it’s venues with electronic music performed here by the Pet Shop Boys. The concerts, which […]

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Sydney is the Perfect Destination for a Family Holiday

Spending quality time with family while you’re on holidays in Sydney is a breeze. With so many wonderful sights and activities for kids and for adults, there is plenty of fun to be had by the entire family. Get up close with native Australian wildlife – A trip to Sydney means a visit to Taronga […]

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Sydney’s 3 Best Ferry Rides

There’s no doubt that Sydney Harbour is one of the most stunning harbours in the world, so when it comes to traveling and sight-seeing, what better way than by ferry? TimeOut have outlined their pick of the very best ferry rides Sydney has to offer: Take a trip to Manly – This is a picturesque […]

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Sydney’s 19th Biennale Celebrates Artistic Imagination

This year’s Biennale of Sydney, which is entitled ‘You Imagine What You Desire’, will focus on artistic imagination as a spiritual exploration, according to a recent article on visual.artshub.com.au. Curated by renowned Artistic Director Juliana Engberg, this year’s festival will feature an exciting and thought provoking program of events to be held at the Art […]

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Sydney Festival Tickets Selling Fast

Tickets to events at this year’s Sydney Festival are selling fast, with some smaller venue shows already close to capacity. With an annual turnover of some $19 million, the 17-day Sydney Festival is a major drawcard on the city’s event calendar. According to the festival’s executive director, Chris Tooher, ticket sales are tracking well in […]

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Taronga Zoo Attracts 1.5 Million Visitors a Year to Sydney

One of Sydney’s most popular tourist attractions is also a popular destination for locals. Taronga Zoo has become such a draw that it has been named a major tourist attraction at the recent NSW Tourism Awards. The presenters noted that the Zoo has gone out of its way to cater to tourists with a vartity […]

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The Most Incredible City Hikes From Around the World

While the concept of hiking may call to mind off-road journeys far from any urban landscape, this is not always the case. Some of the most beautiful, inspirational, and enjoyable hikes in the world can be found near the world’s most exciting cities. Tijuca Forest is located in the heart of Rio de Janeiro. Not […]

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Sydney’s Top Five Cultural Tours

Travellers looking for Sydney’s cultural side will find a plethora of tours designed to show off the city’s rich history. Check out these top five cultural tours from aluxurytravelblog.com: The Rocks Walking Tour is a two kilometre walk around the oldest neighbourhood in the city. The Rocks has a colourful history, which you’ll delve into […]

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