Sculptures By The Sea. A celebration of art and nature.

Sculptures By The Sea. A celebration of art and nature. This year marked the 20th anniversary for our favourite art exhibition Sculptures by the Sea. An amazing celebration of art and nature which you can visit for free from 20th October to the 6th of November. The outdoor sculpture exhibition is set along the beautiful […]

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Manly’s Jazz Festival Sydney

                                       Funky grooves at Manly’s Jazz Festival Sydney Fine tunes on Manly’s shores as the Manly Jazz Festival took place for the 39th year. For six days in a row thousands of locals but also travellers, jumped […]

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Scandinavian Film Festival 2016

Scandinavian Film Festival 2016 – Sydney The third Scandinavian Film Festival is here. Twenty-two films will screen across all genres, from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Sweden, at Palace Chauvel, Norton Street and Verona. Here are ten picks of the festival in Sydney. 10. Welcome to Norway The festival opens with director Rune Denstad Langlo’s […]

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Colloquialism – An Art Form

Colloquialism – An Art Form Just why is the Australian English so difficult to understand at times. Sometimes you are deciding what to do in your next destination. Sydney comes to mind. But it is so so far away from the rest of the world. You are rewarded with a a modern metropolis. Blended with […]

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Savour A Sydney Coffee Class And Walking Tour

Savour a Sydney coffee class and walking tour Sydney-siders have been drinking coffee since the first fleet sailed through the Heads (having picked up beans en route in Rio). It suddenly got sophisticated around the 1950s, as new migrants brought new blends and new techniques to our sunny shores. Today we’re awash with purveyors of […]

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Vivid Sydney Arriving May 27 2016

Lighting the Sails for the eighth year of Vivid Sydney, Sydney Opera House will transform into an animated canvas of Australian indigenous art featuring iconic contemporary works from Karla Dickens, Djon Mundine, Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi, Reko Rennie, Donny Woolagoodja, and the late Gulumbu Yunupingu. Celebrating First Nations’ spirituality and culture through the songlines of our […]

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Guide To Craft Beer Styles In Sydney

Guide To Craft Beer Styles In Sydney A handy guide to navigating the wide world of craft beer styles 1. Summer ale When the mercury is rising you need something refreshing, with a bitter clean finish and an aroma that is unmistakeably summery. A summer ale is a variety of golden ale or ordinary bitter, brewed […]

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What Is Nitro Coffee? Sydney Australia

What Is Nitro Coffee? Why are coffee geeks nerding out over nitro coffee in Sydney? Nitrogen—a chemical element with the symbol N and atomic number 7—is a transparent, odorless, diatomic gas, that can also be added to a keg along with coffee to yield a foamy, caffeinated beverage known as “nitro coffee.” And in the last […]

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Music, theatre, dance, opera, visual arts and more at the Sydney Festival. ” Meriton Festival Village”

Sydney is well known for its cultural events and the love of sydneysiders to anything linked to the word “Festival” . Celebrating its 40th year, it is here again to surprise us ! For once more our favourite ” Meriton Festival Village”  is back this January, the ultimate oasis of musical and theatrical delights, along […]

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There’s Plenty Left To Do! Sydney Festival 2016

There's plenty left to do! We've built 20m cardboard towers, played monumental symphonies in The Domain, danced the night away in memory of David Bowie, and seen legends of dance, theatre and music take the stage at venues all over Sydney. Now we're down to our final week – but there's still plenty left to see and […]

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