VIVID Sydney 2022 – what to expect

After the darkness of the past few years, VIVID, the festival of light, is back with a bang this 2022 in Sydney. From Friday 27 May to Saturday 18 June, there’ll be more than 200 events celebrating the essence of Sydney’s soul including its diversity, beauty, resilience, First Nations culture and vibrant creative community. Staged […]

Roller skate in the heart of Sydney: Rollerama Festival

Limber up those ankles and get those pirouettes ready – it’s time to go skating in the centre of Sydney. A pop-up roller rink’s coming to Darling Harbour this month as part of the Rollerama Festival from 25 March to 24 April! For all skill levels, Rollerama is for kids, families and thrill-seekers to a […]

The 23rd Biennale of Sydney, rivus, opens to the public this weekend

Attention all art lovers: The 23rd Biennale of Sydney opens to the public this weekend. Over 330 artworks by over 80 participants and 400 events will be presented across the city from 12 March to 13 June 2022. Rivus means ‘stream’ in Latin, so this year’s theme is centred around new work and commissions responding to water ecology and relationships with the natural world. Audiences […]

See Sydney’s new baby red pandas at Taronga Zoo!

What’s better than little baby puppies? Baby pandas. And what’s more; two of them! They’re now at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, the prime zoo of one of Australia’s largest cities, that has recently shared news that you can get a first close-up glimpse of the faces of their two adorable red panda cubs. The two cubs […]

The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra’s got a surprise for ‘Mozart’s Clarinet’

Handels Messiah Brandenburg Orchestra THE F 2

The Brandenburg Orchestra’s is Australia’s answer to baroque music. And if you haven’t heard of them before or been to a show, then it’s time you know: you’re missing out. This season, they’ve taken on a new soloist for their Mozart series, Craig Hill, who’s got an over forty-three-year history with Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto, performing the […]

The colour and excitement of Sydney Mardi Gras 2022: a photo story

The annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras went off with a bang in 2022, taking over – yet again – the Sydney Cricket Ground in lieu of its usual Oxford Street route due to the pandemic. But despite news of war, bad weather and general average news around the world, the crowd gathered in […]

For three days Clark Island in Sydney is transformed into a Greek getaway

Greek island

It’s almost time for the inaugural holiday festival, Greek Island, on Sydney Harbour! Bringing the Euro vacay direct to your door from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 March, Clark Island will transform into a blue and white paradise showcasing Greek cuisine from Sydney’s top restaurants and producers (Alpha, Ploos, Kazzi Beach Greek, The Good Filo, […]

Dazzling new Phantom of the Opera on Sydney Harbour for one month only

phantom of the opera on the harbour

It’s Phantom of the Opera, but not as you know it. Commencing Friday 25 March until 24 April 2022, the longest-running show in musical history can be experienced under the stars on Sydney Harbour, with iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge creating a stunning backdrop for this popular production.  Not only is this […]