What To Do In Sydney This October Long Weekend

There’s another long weekend coming for Sydney, which means: DRINKS!

Where better in the harbourside city to go than the boutique wonderland that is Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel? Go there, eat, drink and be merry with any of these options at your finger tips…

In Conversation with JSHealth

Saturday, October 1st

Join Jessica Sepel bestselling author, renowned nutritionist and founder of wellness website JSHealth for a morning of inspiration, health and nutrition.

When: 9.30am

Where: Sunset Room, Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Tickets: $65.00pp

Includes breakfast, refreshment & a gift bag to take home.


Love Rosé Brunch Party

Sunday, October 2nd

Rosé all day at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel’s lavish pink drink appreciation brunch, thanks to Domaine Tropez.

With Rosé flavoured gummy bears, a Frozé machine and a bespoke shared brunch menu – this is one is not to be missed.

Come for brunch and party until late.

When: 11.30am – until late

Where: Sunset Room, Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Tickets: $65pp. Includes brunch and a glass of Rosé on arrival. Upgrade to a Rosé all day package for $250, which includes 4 x Ice Tropez, 1 x Crazy Tropez and a magnum of Domaine Tropez (recommended for groups of 8-10 people).


Free Yoga in Top Deck 

Monday, October 3rd

Reinvigorate your soul with a free yoga morning @ Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel thanks to ClassPass and INYoga, then join us for breakfast in Beach Club.

When: 9.00am

Where: Beach Club, Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Entry: FREE – spaces limited, registration is essential.


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