• New Zealand mountain

    Holiday in New Zealand with mini itineraries for your personality dream type

    During a year full of highs and lows, quarantine-free travel is not the only dream that has infiltrated the minds of Australians. The opening of the travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand marks a significant moment in history and a tourism first. New research conducted by Tourism New Zealand has revealed 60% of Australians […]

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    Sydney cocktail bars: Billich Champagne bar

    While Melbourne’s locked down and Brisbane is on the back foot, make the most of the freedoms in Sydney and celebrate with champagne! Escape the mundane and embrace luxury in the Billich Champagne bar, where glasses of Pommery champagne are served with sparkling diamonds and you can snack on truffle fries dusted with 24 karat […]

  • 5 tips to support World Environment Day

    Every three seconds, the world loses enough forests to fill a football field, and as much as 50% of our national coral reefs have been destroyed. In addition, due to our own excess waste, more than 13 billion single use plastic bottles end up in landfill in Australia alone.  However, this World Environment Day provides […]




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New Zealand mountain

Holiday in New Zealand with mini itineraries for your personality dream type

During a year full of highs and lows, quarantine-free travel is not the only dream that has infiltrated the minds of Australians. The opening of the travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand marks a significant moment in history and a tourism first. New research conducted by Tourism New Zealand has revealed 60% of Australians […]

Design 1900 to Now installation shots , 16th June 2021

Design exhibition at the V&A: its pivotal role in our time

From 1900 to now, design has been an integral part of how we’ve evolved, but also existed. The latest exhibition at the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum in London is testament to that, exploring how design shapes and is shaped by how we live, work, travel, communicate and consume.   Housed within the museum’s former 20th Century Gallery, this newly […]

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A Sicilian beachside dining experience in Sydney with Mister Bianco

Take your shoes off and enjoy a six course dinner you wish you could do more often. On Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th June Joe Vargetto and Lorena Corso will host Siciliana vs Siciliano where guests enjoy a six course degustation dinner, each course with two dishes – one from the Australian Sicilian (Joe) and […]

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A world first for art: Caldera Festival introduces world first custom immersive art festival

The Sydney version of Hobart’s Dark Mofo, Caldera Festival is the activity that encourages the audience to actively engage with their environment from the moment they enter the event space. And it’s wild. Guided only by light and sound, visitors are invited to search for artworks, discoverable within the Caldera 360º digital playground. Chase each down in turn, click to […]

Yang Yongliang art

Get your art fix: the work of Yang Yongliang at Sullivan + Strumpf Sydney

Born in Shanghai in 1980, at the dawn of China’s open door economic policies, Yang Yongliang has, throughout his lifetime, witnessed the relentless transformation of his surroundings. Now an artist who channels traumatic erasure of his personal history. FINAL 210520 MEDIA RELEASE Sullivan+Strumpf present Yang YL, Imagined Landscape Decades ago, his own birthplace, an ancient […]