Sydney Australia Day events start early on 26 January. Traditional ceremonies, active events, here's what's on around the city. For the history and background of Australia Day go to What is Australia Day? A short overview of why it exists and the issues around it. You'll … [Read more...]
The Sydney Festival rather dominates January holidays. A feast of music, art, theatre and fun. Open air cinema everywhere, with Australia Day to wrap it all up.
Expect international artists alongside our own home-grown ones, quirky street theatre, lots of free concerts - particularly in the Domain - and interesting collaborations across artistic boundaries. If you're here on Australia Day take the opportunity to delve into indigenous music and culture in Victoria Park. January holidays definitely offer lots to do.
Australia Day Sydney: special events come and go but some things return every year. Like vintage car displays and open museums. Here's the list. Do one or two each year. If you're really after active, special events go here. And for a rundown on the meaning and history of … [Read more...]
Summer brings the Sydney Festival. Fill your January calendar with music, theatre, dance, visual arts, talks and more. The Sydney Festival usually starts on the first weekend in January and finishes on the last. The place to go to get information, relax with a drink or … [Read more...]