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G'Day,Welcome to Sydney, the number one city in Australia. Canberra might be the capital city but Sydney is where it all started. Enjoy the sights of the Harbour city,  take a walk on the Harbour Bridge, The Opera House.  Sydney is so full of charisma and charm that anybody travelling here will probably want to stay longer than planned.

  • Santa Fest events December

    There is so much to see and do at Australia's biggest celebration of all things Santa, happening right up until Christmas eve!Prepared to be surprised this Christmas at Australia's biggest celebration of all things Santa!

    For one magical month, Darling Harbour will be a sensational Santa pact celebration bringing joy to the whole family. Santa fest kicks off on Saturday 29th of November and then really something for everyone. Santa Movies under the stars, carols by the tree, spectacular fireworks, a fantastic coloring-in competition,Padle boat rides on Cockle Bay to see the 21, five- metre inflatable Santa's bobbing on the bay and so-ho-ho much more.

    This year, the kids will delight in seeing the Candy Canes, the bouncing Santa and Jingle Bellies roving about spreading the Christmas cheer. Santa fest is a big, bright and beautiful and one of the many vibrant events produced by Sydney Harbour foreshore authority. On part of making your Christmas celebrations in Sydney truly special this year.

    Memories are made at Christmas, so bring the whole family alone and join us for fabylous celebration, viewed with cheeky fun.. Let's Go Sydney

  • Culture Beats December

     Culture Beats will have something for the whole family to enjoy, including FIESTA, one of the larger Culture Beats programs, which celebrates all things Latin American. FIESTA is Sydney's biggest festival of Latino music, food, dance and culture and will ignite the environs of Darling Harbour.

    The Spring Festival will be on from 6 September 2014 through to 19 October 2014 with the Summer Festival starting on 7 December and continuing to 21 December 2014.Additional events are to be announced for February to May 2015.



  • The Top Gear Festival December

    The Top Gear Festival is all about non-stop action and excitement featuring some ridiculous stunts, races and challenges across the weekend. In addition to all this there will be surprise special guests and of course the Stig, not to mention a healthy dose of competitive spirit between Jeremy, Richard and James with the calamitous mucking about synonymous with the TV programme.


  • The Spire Market December

    The Spire Market returns for a special Christmas event on Saturday 20 December 2014 from 10am to 3pm!

    Held in the hall behind Wild Street Anglican Church, on the corner of Wild St and Hinkler St, Maroubra, this small market event showcases a range of beautiful handmade arts and crafts including bags, candles, soap, jewellery, dolls, cards and more.

    Event-goers can also participate in fun and interactive craft workshops run by friendly stallholders throughout the day.

    Refreshments are also conveniently available onsite.

    The Spire Market is always a great day out - it's a fantastic opportunity to support local artists and businesses and purchase last minute Christmas gifts for loved ones!

    Parking is available on Wild Street outside the church, or further down at Nagel Park.


  • A Very Puppy Christmas December


    Looking for something a little quirky this festive season? Come along to Blacktown Markets on Sunday 21st of December, 2014 and take part in 'A Very Puppy Christmas'! This event will help raise funds for the Animal Welfare League NSW, who will also have volunteers in attendance.

    There are four $250 vouchers from Petbarn up for grabs! All you need to do is dress up your dog, dress up your kids and dress up yourself and have your photo taken at the Say Monkey Photography photo booth.

    There are four categories to enter:

    ☆ Best Dressed Dog Contest

    ☆ Best Dressed Dog & Owner Contest

    ☆ Best Dog & Owner Lookalike Contest

    ☆ Ugliest Dog Contest.

    The photos can be printed on the spot with a gold coin donation to a local animal related cause and the winners will be notified by text message on Christmas Day.

    In addition to the great competition, there will also be a range of dog and pet themed stalls to discover on the day, as well as a huge range of other stalls including food vendors, fashion, collectables and much more.

    Blacktown Markets are located at the The Skyline Drive-in Theatre, Blacktown and run from 7am to 2pm.


  • James Blunt Moon Landing 2014 World Tour May

    James Blunt at the State Theatre

    New Midnight Friday 30th May

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    New Album Moon Landing Featuring The Hit Single Bonfire Heart.

  • The Golden Electric Tour May

    Janelle Monae Kimbra, The Golden Electric Tour

    Mon 19th May

    Hordern Pavillion

    Two of modern music's most powerfully creative matriarchs are joining forces for The Golden Electric Tour, landing in Australia this May.

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  • The Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon May

    Be part of Australia's largest and most prestigious Half Marathon on Sunday May 18th 2014

    Returning in 2014, the relay is perfect for those who like to run in a team and is split into 6.5kn and 14.5km leg. The course highlights scenic harbourside icons such as The Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Pyrmont Peninsula.

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  • Top 2014 Sydney Christmas Lights & Decorations December

    Event: 08/12/2014 - 26/12/2014

    Best Photo-Opportunity - The Magic of Christmas in Sydney

    Sydney is putting up some spectacular Christmas lights and decorations this year. This year you will see brilliant lights transforming Sydney CBD into a magical Christmas wonderland. It is a great time to bring the whole family into the City just to see these beautiful free festive display and decorations.  Christmas is fast approaching and it will be the busiest time for everyone in the final two weeks. All major retail stores will open late for all the last minute Christmas rush. 


  • Free Sydney New Year Eve's Fireworks December

    Event: 31/12/2014


    Its time again to grab the family and friends for a night of fireworks organised by the City of Sydney at 9pm and midnight. The city's biggest annual event will light up the night sky, Sydney Opera House, Sydney harbour and its surrounding waters with a parade of illuminated vessels. 

    This year's theme is 'Inspire' and brought to life by legendary figure of Australian cinema, Jack Thompson. Join more than 1.6 million visitors as they watch the fireworks and welcome 2015 on the Sydney Harbour Foreshore.


  • Field Day Festival 2015 january

    Event: 01/01/2015


    Young Sydneysiders can look forward to continuing their New Year's Eve celebrations on 1 January with the Fuzzy Field Day. Located in The Domain, Sydney's New Year's Day Party brings together some of the top indie, dance and pop rock acts including SBTRKT, Bastille and RUFUS. This might just be the cure for all NYE party hangovers.


  • Little Darlings Night Owls Kids' Film Festival january

    Event: 09/01/2015 - 25/01/2015

    Have a hoot at The Little Darlings Night Owls Kids' Film Festival at Sydney's Darling Quarter from Friday 9 January to Sunday 25 January 2015.This FREE Festival will have you flapping with a full program of films for kids, families and the young at heart. With films ranging from sci-fi mind-bogglers and animated favourites to golden oldie classics, this open-air cinema is the perfect way to enjoy the surrounds of one of the city's most exciting precincts and the freedom of summer school holidays.

  • Australia Day Celebrations at Bicentennial Park, West Pymble january


    Event: 26/01/2015


    Australia Day celebrations in the Ku-ring-gai area will centre around Bicentennial Park in West Pymble. They will begin with a Citizenship and Awards Ceremony in the afternoon (3.00pm to 5.00pm), which will followed by a free evening concert (5.30pm to 9.00pm). I expect most people will choose to attend the concert part of the event. If you do, expect to see Aboriginal performers Decendance, Lah Lah's Big Live Band from the children's show Lah Lah's Adventures, Simply BushedStephanie Jansen and The Dave White Australian Anthem's Experience.

  • AFC Asian Cup 2015 january


    Event -10 Jan To 31 Jan

    The 16 best teams in Asia will meet in Sydney and Newcastle in January 2015 to compete for the AFC Asian Cup, the most sought-after trophy in Asian football. Be part of the biggest football tournament to take place in Australia as the region's dynamos battle it out.Sydney is host to seven games including the Socceroos all-important clash with Oman. These games will be held on 10, 13, 15, 19, 23 & 26 January 2015. Stadium Australia will also host a quarter final, the semi-final on Australia Day and the final on 31 January.This is your chance to see world-class football right here in Australia. With ticket prices from $5 for kids and $40 for families, it's an affordable option for all football fans and a real highlight of the school holidays over summer.


  • One Direction: On The Road Again Tour February


    Event: Allianz Stadium, Sydney

    Brace yourself, One Direction fans! The mega-hit boy-band is returning to Australia for their On the Road Again tour early in 2015. The British-Irish pop group will perform in all the major cities around Australia stopping in Sydney for live concerts on 7 and 8 February 2015. The group will sing hits from their albums Take Me Home and Up All Night as well as songs from their latest album, Midnight Memories. If their last tour to Australia is anything to go by, the On the Road Again tour will blow you away. Warning: tickets will sell out quickly so get your tickets sooner rather than later!


  • Glenalvon House Open Days February



    Event- 02 Feb to 14 Feb

    History lovers will be able to catch a glimpse of everyday life in a bygone era when the beautiful Glenalvon House in the historic Macarthur region opens its doors to the public for free entry on the first and third Monday and second Saturday of the month (February to December).Glenalvon House was built in 1841 and is described by the National Trust as "an exceptional two-storied sandstone home of colonial Georgian design".The furnished two-storey colonial house provides a glimpse into Campbelltown's days early in the 19th century. Twelve rooms are open to the public, including the drawing room, the library, the nursery and the children's bedroom. An agricultural exhibition, featuring the actual tools from colonial times is also located on the site.Glenalvon also features a period garden, a sandstone coach house and heritage stables. The property is home to the Campbelltown and Airds Historical Society.


  • ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 February


    Event- 27 Feb To 26 March 

    A once in a generation event is coming to the SCG in 2015! Secure your seats to see the superstars of cricket battle it out for international cricket's greatest prize. SCG matches include Australia v Sri Lanka, South Africa v West Indies and the quarter and semi finals.


  • Inter Dominion Championship Grand Final March


    Event - 01 Mar

    The Inter Dominion is harness racing's pinnacle event in the southern hemisphere, The Melbourne Cup of Harness Racing, and traditionally held on an annual rotation between Australia and New Zealand. The new concept will see the Tabcorp Inter Dominion Grand Final held at Tabcorp Park Menangle from 2013 to 2015. The Grand Final forms part of a day which features seven Group One races and more than AUD2 million in prizemoney; featuring the Form 700 Chariots of Fire, Cordina Farms Ladyship Mile, Camarda and Cantrill NSW Derby Final, Form 700 NSW Oaks Final, Chambers Challenge, Bohemia Crystal Free-For-All on a ten race programme. Lexus Fashions on the Field and Family Carnival will feature on Grand Final Day.The three week programme includes an Australasian Equine Industry Conference, Barrier Draw, Calcutta Lunch, Breakfast with the Stars and Inter Dominion Heros Ball.


  • Les Misérables March


    Event- 18 Mar to 31 May

    Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed new production of Les Misérables opens at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney this March.With glorious new staging and dazzling reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, this new record-breaking production features classic songs including 'I Dreamed A Dream', 'Bring Him Home', 'One Day More', 'Do You Hear The People Sing' and 'On My Own'


  • Devine Food and Wine Festival April


    Born out of their love of fine wines and delicious food, Devine Food and Wine Festival is a dream that is coming to fruition. After travelling the world and sampling so many different cuisines, aperitifs, wines, beers and ales and liqueurs, the event organisers decided to make their way back home and bring the world to the Nepean Area, using the growers, producers and artisans of their own beautiful nation. The festival is dedicated to offering only the finest and freshest foods and a large range of wine, liqueur and ales to challenge and satisfy every palette. Exhibitors come from far and wide and all are of outstanding quality.Come and taste the experience for yourself!



  • Greyhound Racing: 2014 Group 1 Golden Easter Egg April

    The AUD750,000 Golden Easter Egg Carnival brings you an intimate night of racing under the city skyline. Budget price beverages are available and you can avail of top quality meals from the bistro lounge. Alternatively, you can book a table in the more formal Level 1 Function area which overlooks the stadium. Please visit the website for further dining options and function events.Gates open 5.30pm, first race 7.30pm.


  • 2015 FIT Touch World Cup April


    The FIT Touch World Cup is a rapidly growing event on the international calendar conducted every four years. Australia won the rights to conduct the World Cup in New South Wales and as the defending champion, at both Senior and Open level, this will provide an ideal showcase for the international body to celebrate its 30th year, in the location where the sport was born. 


    Having over 40 members in the international body the sport is rapidly growing across the world. The last World Cup conducted in Edinburgh, Scotland attracted close to 100 teams and with the profile of the game in the Asia/Pacific region, Australia is hoping for as many teams as possible attend the event.

    This would result in the World Cup in 2015 being the biggest on record and when complemented by the experience of the organisation it will also be the best on record.


  • Orange/Mudgee Two Day Study Tour May

    The Sydney Wine Academy is offering a range of bespoke Australian Study Tours in 2015. The Orange/Mudgee study tour is a two day, overnight tour departing from Sydney Airport.Stopping at Bloodwood, Philip Shaw Vineyards and Printhie Wines in Orange, you will gain valuable insight into cool climate viticulture, the development of Orange Sauvignon Blanc and its suitability and sustainability for the region and the background and future plans for sparkling wine in the area.The Mudgee leg will see you meet legendary winemaker David Lowe. Expect to get your hands dirty learning about smart farming with David, as he illustrates his passion about the practices of organic and biodynamic farming to maintain regionalism and his wine's unique expression of place. Leader and commentator: Australian Master of Wine Alison Eisermann, a wine judge, consultant, quali?ed winemaker and educator.


  • Northern Beaches Retirement Village Expo May

    The Retirement Expo has been setup for retirees who are considering making the move to a retirement village, or who are interested in gathering information about the many retirement villages, over 55s resorts and aged care facilities that are available.Each expo provides an opportunity for people to meet with representatives from many different retirement villages and over 55s resorts, all offering different levels of care, all under the one roof, in a neutral environment and without obligation. These expos are totally dedicated to retirement villages, over 55s resorts and aged care.For retirees, the decision to make the move from the family home to a retirement village or over 55s resort is one that many probably dread, and yet happily settled village residents frequently wonder why they have not made the move earlier.


  • Here Lies Love May

    In a scant six years, Vivid Sydney has become Australia's most successful festival. In keeping with Vivid's commitment to innovation and creativity, it's a proud moment to announce that the first stage musical to take centre stage at the festival is Here Lies Love. This is a revolutionary musical experience from David Byrne and Fatboy Slim. Set on a pulsating disco dance-floor, it deconstructs the astonishing journey of Filipina First Lady Imelda Marcos, retracing her meteoric rise to power, and her subsequent descent into dictatorship and disgrace. Here Lies Love is neither a period piece nor a biography, neither a play nor a traditional musical, but instead is an immersive theatrical event combining dance music, adrenaline-fueled choreography, and a remarkable 360-degree scenic and video environment In another first for Vivid Sydney, Here Lies Love will be presented at Barangaroo, in a purpose-built venue.


  • Blacktown City Festival May

    During the last week of May, The Blacktown City Festival offers an abundance of exciting events that are set to thrill families.Opening with the My Lords and Ladies Medieval Fayre on 24 and 25 May, Nurragingy Reserve is transformed into the Middle Ages. For the sports fans, 'Sports in the Park', featuring a Zumba Marathon Fitness Party, Big Air School presenting BMX, scooter and skateboarding demonstrations, and live coverage of the State of Origin on a big screen.Other events include the Greener Living Expo, Art Exhibitions, Reconciliation Concert, Children's Concert's featuring Dora the Explorer, Diego and Peppa Pig. The colourful Streets Alive and Parade day on 31 May will bring the world to the streets, with performances from different cultures and a spectacular street parade. Headlining is Taylor Henderson, runner-up of X Factor 2013.With so much on offer, the Blacktown City Festival is not to be missed.


  • Sydney Film Festival June

    From 3 - 14 June, the Sydney Film Festival's 62nd year showcases the best in cinema from across Australia and around the world, including features, documentaries, short films, retrospectives, restorations, animation and more. One of the world's oldest film festivals, Sydney Film Festival reflects the historic development of the Australian film industry. Remaining amazingly consistent through six decades of turbulent social and cultural history, the festival acts as an annual forum for cultural thought and discussion. The SFF programming team gathers an amazing selection from the world's great festivals, adding to the finest local productions to create a packed program of more than 250 screenings for event goers. Highlights also include the twelve films that vie for the Official Competition with a AUD60,000.00 cash prize based on the decision of a jury of international and Australian filmmakers and industry professionals.


  • The Winter Festival June

    Announcing The Winter Festival's new city central location at Darling Harbour's month long Cool Yule from 13 June to 13 July 2014. As the pinnacle of the precinct, The Winter Festival's open air ice skating rink will offer the most family fun this school holidays, after work drinks, date night or laughs with friends. Thrillseekers and children can enjoy ice-skating, whilst food-lovers can sample seasonal delights from winter-loving countries. Rink side will feature an Après Skate Pop-up Bar with prime viewing to watch the action on the ice ranging from Ice Hockey shootouts to spectacular figure skating. Free attractions visiting the Alpine Village include floating Lindt Lindor Zorb balls on Cockle Bay and sliding down the inflatable 80 foot Thredbo Snow Slide. Pre purchase discount skating sessions Monday to Sunday for Sydney at the web site. See you on the ice!


  • Gardens in Focus Exhibition June

    Celebrate the beauty of botanic gardens as captured by the photographers in the fourth Gardens in Focus exhibition at Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Palm House. Exhibited images will include the overall winners and category winners, together with a selection of the top 100 entries. Framed images will be available for purchase.


  • Australian International Music Festival June

    Celebrating its 26th year in 2015 the Australian International Music Festival is one of the most popular and best attended events. With an average of 900 - 1,300 participants each year, there are groups from Australia, China, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore and the USA providing a fantastic musical and cultural experience.This Music Festival is open to groups of all types but in particular Wind Bands, Orchestra, Choirs and Jazz Bands. As well as performing at the Sydney Opera House, participants will also perform at venues such as the City Recital Hall [affectionately known as Angel Place] and Darling Harbour. World Projects South Pacific aim to expand your mind with workshops from world class clinicians flown in from around the world and cultural exchanges with other bands most of whom share your passion but speak another language, an experience not to be missed.


  • Bondi Winter Magic 2015 July

    Bondi in winter is a magical place. See it sparkle with restaurants, cafes, bars, coastal walks, theatre, art, markets and winter specials and a full calendar of events and activities. The ice rink will be open in a brand new location this year in front of the Bondi Pavilion. It will feature a huge outdoor ice rink, fabulous ice shows from Stars On Ice, plus the cute IcePALS penguins to help speed the little ones leaning to skate." Sessions will run from 10am- 9pm (last session starts at 8pm daily)



  • Sydney Craft and Quilt Fair July

    A crafty new venue for Australia's most popular craft and quilt event affords easy access and stunning views.Sydney locals will be treated to captivating views at Australia's most popular craft event, with the 21st Sydney Craft and Quilt Fair to be held at the city's stunning new location for exhibitions, the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island from July 9 to 13, 2014.The Sydney Craft and Quilt Fair is a great opportunity to see inspirational displays, meet experts, attend workshops and classes, and see, try and buy the best in crafting supplies from card making, scrapbooking, knitting and embroidery, to sewing, quilt making, mixed media, jewellery making and more.Fair admission tickets can be bought on the day or online. To book a ticket in advance and plan your day including free special event bus and ferry timetables, please visit the web site


  • The Rocks Aroma Festival July

    From industry members to fully-fledged coffee-holics, to those who love to combine their cocoa bean with their coffee bean, there's something for everyone at The Rocks Aroma Festival.Returning for its 17th year, the 2014 Aroma Festival includes not only the Sunday event, but also offers an impressive array of activities and workshops available throughout the month of July leading up to the big day.Last year's Aroma Festival attracted more than 90,000 people to The Rocks and a similar crowd of coffee fans is expected this year. Visitors will have the chance to sample different roasts and brews to their hearts' content with over 60 stalls of coffee roasters, tea, domestic coffee machines and delicious fine foods that can be paired perfectly with coffee.


  • Country and Regional Living Expo August

    Research has found that people considering relocating to regional, coastal or Country NSW will not move 'cold turkey'. It takes time, research, discussing the options and that is only if they know where they would like to move to. The CountryNSW Expo offers you the chance to view CountryNSW and plan a holiday or even win one! Find out the benefits of visiting the coast, country and the outback by walking NSW in a day at the Expo. Research while you relax and plan your next holiday, conference or event. Find out the best tourism hotspotsResearch regional attractionsLiaise with professionalsView a wide range of CountryNSW holiday packages.You could win a holiday!Engage with your diverse Australian cultureHave a fun and FREE timeInteract with country NSW communities and businesses.


  • Sydney International Boat Show July

    The Sydney International Boat Show is Australia's premier boat show that started in 1968. The show includes six halls of undercover displays as well as a specially built marina in Cockle Bay that can accommodate up to 300 large vessels.Starting on the Thursday and going through to the Monday, there will be a host of things to do and see including fishing clinics, fashion parades, classic and historic boats and much more.


  • Netball World Cup August

    In August 2015, sports fans will have an amazing opportunity to see the world's best netball teams and athletes compete for the ultimate prize - the Netball World Cup.Watch the defending champions Australia, battle with top-ranked teams such as New Zealand, England and Jamaica.Travel packages on sale May 2014.



  • Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival August

    Don't miss the opportunity to be front row and fabulous to see the latest runway collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival. The festival includes a schedule of fashion events including style workshops, pop up bars, live performances, beauty trend consultations and exclusive retail offers in this festival of fashion and culture.


  • AAADA 2014 Sydney Antiques Fair August

    The AAADA Sydney Antiques Fair returns in August to Royal Randwick Racecourse for another fabulous fair!The Fair will be returning to this impressive and superbly appointed facility and visitors will be able to view the most diverse range of antiques, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and other select 20th century pieces in Sydney, in the one place, at the one time. With exhibitors coming from all states of Australia they will bring the very best of centuries old pieces up to the modern day, sourced by their members throughout Australia and from all over the world. Although the emphasis is on showcasing antiques, they do allow individual contemporary items of particular quality and merit.Items being offered for sale at the fair will be fully vetted for authenticity and backed by the reputation of Australia's finest antique and art dealers, members of the AAADA.


  • The Creative Future of Work September

    Future thinkers from business, the arts, science and education will come together to explore how developments in behavioural psychology, creative leadership and emerging technology are inspiring change in our understanding of the world and people's approaches to work. Therese Rein will present on the importance of Mastery and Engagement in helping people reach their potential.Hear how Australian software powerhouse Atlassian uses technology and innovation to achieve an astonishing staff engagement level of 87 per cent.Speak to international futurist Kevin Wheeler about his predictions for the workforces of the future.Hear from best-selling author David McRaney about how everyone can become more self-aware.Learn from Artistic Director of the Australian Opera, Lyndon Terracini, about how fostering creativity in employees can bring positive outcomes.Suitable for directors, executives, line managers, HR managers and any professional seeking to join the discussion about the changing nature of work.


  • Anything Goes at the Sydney Opera House September

    Opera Australia and John Frost are proud to present Cole Porter's smash-hit musical comedy, Anything Goes. When the ocean liner embarks from New York to London, etiquette and convention get tossed out the portholes as two unlikely pairs set off on the course to true love ... proving that sometimes destiny needs a little help from a crew of singing sailors, an exotic disguise and some good old-fashioned blackmail. This dazzling musical celebration, features a hilarious tale of topsy-turvy relationships, mistaken identities and foiled plots, peppered with some of musical theatre's most memorable standards including 'You're The Top', 'I Get A Kick Out Of You', and of course the title song, 'Anything Goes'. This is a first-class musical extravaganza, a ship-shape production that will have you 'all at sea' if you miss out on a ticket!


  • Good Food Month October

    Australia's largest food festival, The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month presented by Citi invites foodlovers in Sydney and regional New South Wales to celebrate Australia's extraordinary culinary scene throughout October.Good Food Month presented by Citi makes a triumphant return throughout October. Signature events include the iconic, Asian-inspired Night Noodle Markets as well as the Shoot the Chef culinary photographic competition. Other Good Food Month features include Good Pub Grub, Bar Hop cocktail and bar snack combinations, Ultimate High Teas as well as numerous other pop-ups, parties and hands-on cooking classes.


  • Southern Orchid Spectacular October

    This October the Southern Orchid Spectacular (featuring the Eric Marygold Trophy) is being held at the Caringbah High School. Come along and see the beautiful orchid displays, plants for sale or why not receive some free advice on how to grow that perfect orchid. There will be 17 state, national and international vendors with high quality plants for sale. There is plenty of free parking along with coffee and lunch available for purchase.Previous years Orchid displays have been put on by: Eastern Suburbs Orchid Society; Sutherland Shire Orchid Society; Bankstown Orchid Society; Royale Orchids; S.P.E.C.I.E.S (NSW) Orchid Society; Neville Roper Orchids; Dendi Orchids and private growers.


  • Burraneer Bay Spring Fair October

    The Sutherland Shire's most popular Spring Fair is on again! Burraneer Bay Public School will host a day to remember with a host of carnival rides, entertainment, over 50 market stalls, showbags, sideshow alley, trash and treasure, bookstore, great food and so much more! Bring the whole family along for this free community event enjoyed by more than 10,000 people. A fun filled day not to be missed.


  • Rose Bay Fair October

    The Rose Bay Street Fair is a great opportunity for locals and visitors to enjoy a great day out in the village atmosphere of this premier Sydney harbour foreshore suburb. The fair will be held from 9am until 5pm.Around 100 stalls will be showcasing their wares and taste sensations. Enjoy the entertainers, the Rotary Raffle Wheel, rides, animal farm, jumping castle and face painting.Proceeds from stall registrations go to the Sydney Children's Hospital, other local and Rotary charities.


  • Erko Berzerko November

    This year's Berzerko will be bigger and better than ever! As well as arts and crafts, face painting, trash and treasure and other fair-day favourites, the event will include a massive group photo for all to join in at 2pm to celebrate the saving of the historic Erskineville Public School 10 years ago. ABC Radio personality, Robbie Buck, will MC the event, which will feature music and dance performances throughout the day. For those wanting to test their nerve, the now-legendary dunking machine will be in full swing, as well as many other fun rides including teacups/turbo tubs, rock climbing, obstacle courses and a jumping castle.Stalls galore include a massive pre-loved books collection, toys, original handcrafts and jewellery, plus loads of culinary delights on the cake stalls and delicious food stations.Plus the school garden is yielding its goodness for a selection of home-made jams, pickles and other produce.


  • Eveleigh Farmers Market December

    Eveleigh Market at Carriageworks is an award-winning authentic Farmers' Market held every Saturday in the heart of Sydney City.Every Saturday, over 70 NSW and ACT farmers and artisan food producers pack their trucks with their fresh, seasonal and homemade produce they grow, rear or make. Come join in the community spirit as the bustling market embraces all food lovers with produce picked, packed and made that week especially for the Eveleigh Market shopper. Eveleigh Market is an all weather marketplace.