Sydney, it’s time to get out again and enjoy new waterfront Mexican-inspired venue Tequila Daisy at Barangaroo

Tequila Daisy at Barangaroo

It’s warming up, the days are longer and we’re all starting to come out of hibernation after the Sydney lockdown, so what better timing for Tequila Daisy to officially open its doors to Sydneysiders looking for some harbourside fun and a mouth-watering Mexican menu, to boot! Oh, and of course there is a very long […]

Iconic Surry Hills Italian restaurant Mille Vini relaunches this October

Stop what you’re doing. Italian wine, cocktail and dining venue, Mille Vini will reopen its doors on Crown Street this Thursday, 21 October, after an extensive interior facelift and new menu and drinks offering. With a new menu and fresh new name and look, Mille Vini’s new menu has a strong emphasis on classic recipes from all Italian […]

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is back in 2022 at Sydney Cricket Ground

The Mardi Gras parade in 2021 was a success! Sure, it was no one way parade to the biggest after party the country knows, instead more circular in nature, but it worked so well, we’re doing it again. The parade falls on Saturday 5 March 2022 in Sydney and this year, the annual Sydney Gay […]

Opera Australia is hosting a New Years Opera Gala on Cockatoo Island

Can’t believe we’re here again, already in 2021, but we are and now is the time to plan what you’re doing for New Years Eve 2021. Naturally, if you’re in Sydney, you’ll be by the harbour, watching the epic fireworks every year, so why not do it in operatic style? Opera Australia has added another […]

Barangaroo’s new Mexican-inspired restaurant Tequila Daisy

Located harbourside at Barangaroo, Tequila Daisy is the newest venture by husband and wife duo Rebecca Lines and Hamish Ingham, replacing the former Banksii Vermouth Bar & Bistro. Designed by Luchetti Krelle, the waterfront space has been transformed into a bright and bustling 200-seat eatery that is primed for good times. With colourful tones of […]

Lockdown in Sydney: where to get your takeaway

Coogee Pavillion Sydney food

We might not be allowed to leave home for a bit, but never fear! Merivale’s long list of restaurants and venues are making good use of online orders and takeaway. Think Peking duck pancakes from Mr. Wong, wood-fired bread from Totti’s and The Paddington’s famous roast chicken. Check out the Merivale website. Mr. Wong: Menu […]

Winter Village in Parramatta: book your igloo

Winter VIllage

This June to September, don your best winter wear and head to the Prince Alfred Square for a winter wonderland, complete with an ice skating rink, igloo village, daily snow showers and food and drink pop ups serving the ultimate cosy comfort food. Imagine what they did with winter igloos at The Winery in Surry […]

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

Yang Yongliang art

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. Decades ago, his own birthplace, an ancient water town with traditional houses, a famous pagoda, and old […]