April holidays bring the Sydney Harbour Opera. See the sunset over the Opera House and harbour bridge then enjoy the open air spectacle on the water. Magic. What you need to know When It generally runs for about a month, from the last week in March through the third week … [Read more...]
March holidays kick off with the Mardi Gras parade. Then it gets busy: Art Month, the NSW Wine Festival, St Patrick's Day and, every second year, the Sydney Biennale. Wait, there's more ...
It can be hard to keep up in March. So much to see, so much to do, and taste, and explore.
Art is everywhere. Lots in the public spaces of the city. Much of it is interactive. The installation above is called Field, created by Out of the Dark. It's a large field of mirrors reflecting the changing scenes of Hyde Park and was one of the art works exhibited in 2015.
The Biennale is different, of course. More cerebral. But even that connects with a sense of place. So take a deep breath and just dive in. It's fun.
From 16 March to 11 June the Sydney Biennale 2018 takes over town. You're invited to consider the idea of superposition: overlapping situations, perspectives, cultures, and their co-existence. Equilibrium and engagement. And there's a new emphasis on art from the Asia Pacific … [Read more...]
Love contemporary art? March is Art Month in Sydney. With exhibitions, workshops and tours. Wine and food too, of course - there's something for everyone. It's a smorgasbord of contemporary art in Sydney during March. Indigenous, installation, street art - you'll find … [Read more...]
St Patricks Day Sydney has traditionally had the biggest parade in the world after New York. But that's changing. The wearing of the green was a sign of rebellion in Ireland in 1798. Green was the colour of the republican revolutionary movement and hanging the punishment … [Read more...]
Love pairing wine and food? Tickle your tastebuds at the NSW food and wine festival Sydney. Showcases regional wines and local produce. Taste, talk, enjoy. March brings the New South Wales Food and Wine Wine Festival to Sydney. It starts with the hugely popular Sydney … [Read more...]
When early March brings the Mardi Gras Sydney parade it's the culmination of a month of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender celebrations under hundreds of rainbow Mardi Gras flags. We love it. You're invited. Yes, Mardi Gras Sydney is an LGBTQI celebration - of lesbian, … [Read more...]