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A Southern Highlands bushfire benefit gig with Daryl Braithwaite, John Paul Young and Megan Washington.
Eat a snag, help Aussie communities who need support.
Solve a creepy murder mystery on the harbour. On a luxury yacht. At night.
A slick afternoon of nostalgic tunes — with free lollipops and fairy floss, too.
These two Sydney Festival events provide a thoughtful way to collectively reflect on January 26.
This Surry Hills favourite is doing $39.50 yum cha feasts every weekend in February.
Get spirited away at this magical cinema tribute at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Australia's largest one-day celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures returns with dance, discussion and heaps of live music.
Parramatta is hosting a huge outdoor gig with live tunes, food trucks and fireworks.
El Camino Cantina is doing two hours of endless tacos every Sunday in January.
We may not be able to change our past, but this world premiere work from Moogahlin Performing Arts asks us to reimagine it.
The Mary's team is throwing a big party with 100 percent of tickets sales and bar profits going to bushfire relief.
The architecture of one of our most loved buildings will be transformed by colour for six months.
The Art Gallery of NSW's summer exhibition will showcase the works of two monumental Japanese artists: Takashi Murakami and Katsushika Hokusai.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
A heap of Sydney restaurants are offering half-price meals for five weeks.
Celebrate Lunar New Year with steamed buns and animal-shaped fairy floss on the cobbled streets of The Rocks.
The Grammy Award-winning artist is returning to Australia to perform her new album 'When I Get Home' at the Sydney Opera House.
Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make two types of cheese.
Level Two, Mullane's Hotel, 36 Brookhollow Avenue, Baulkham Hills
Head to Baulkham Hills for three-cheese ravioli and Sunday roast-inspired negronis in this next-level hotel restaurant.
Upstairs, 145 King Street, Newtown
The Marley's new upstairs neighbour has a condiments bar, a climbing wall and beers served in glass shoeys.
Mezzanine Level, The Exchange, Darling Square, 1 Little Pier Street, Haymarket
The Golden Century team's new Darling Square restaurant is a homage to its famed pipis in XO dish.
17–19 Central Avenue, Manly
This Manly cocktail bar is hidden behind a fridge — with 250 different whiskies, creative cocktails and melty raclette.
Coogee Wine Room
222 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee
This wine bar is pouring 400 wines just one block from the beach.
The Oaks Hotel, 118 Military Road, Neutral Bay
The Oaks' sports bar with a Hulk Hogan beer tap, a giant foosball table and foot-long hotdogs.
South King Recreation Club
Level 1, 597 King Street, Newtown
This Newtown beer hall comes complete with daggy carpet, meat tray raffles and a $5 happy hour.
Redfern Surf Club
60 Botany Road, Alexandria
An Australiana-themed bar with cocktails in cans and a taxidermy ibis.
Prince of York
18 York Street, Sydney
At this multi-level CBD venue you can start with bone marrow toasties and naturally fermented prosecco for dinner, then head downstairs to dance on tables under a disco ball.
2A Ash Street, Sydney
Merivale's 60-seat 1920s Paris-inspired cocktail bar in the CBD.
The Kurrajong Hotel
108 Swanson Street, Erskineville
The Erskineville pub has a new look and a new menu of craft brews thanks to the Gurdys team.
Gorgeous George Bar
13 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
Darlinghurst's extravagant new bar is named after a famously OTT 1950s wrestler.
Jones Bay Wharf, 26–32 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
A buzzing fine diner on the water serving up Chinese-Japanese fare.
29 Reiby Place, Sydney
As well as a full French-style bistro menu, this CBD restaurant from the Mary's crew has a seafood bar and jazz running six night a week.
The Lane WineBar
270C Old Northern Road, Castle Hill
You'll find this cosy wine bar in the heart of the Hills District.
Level 3, Gateway, Alfred Street, Sydney
This rooftop bar boasts a dedicated spritz menu, a daily happy hour and views of the Harbour Bridge.
B. Lucky & Sons
Entertainment Quarter, 122 Lang Road, Sydney
An adults-only arcade bar from the Holey Moley team.
49 Market Street, Sydney
QT Sydney's ground-floor space has had a culinary makeover, now serving up hearty and traditional Italian fare all day.
The Marrickville Hotel
244 Marrickville Road, Marrickville
A former Smart Dollar shop is now home to Aussie beers, disco balls and good times.
George Hotel Waterloo
760 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
This neighbourhood pub has reopened as a taqueria and natural wine bar.