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Weekends are precious. Two glorious days devoid of responsibility and overflowing with possibility. Luckily, Sydney's got plenty happening to make sure you don't spend the days indoors binge-watching Netflix and instead discovering new bars, absorbing art and feasting your way through food markets. Here are our picks of the weekend's happenings.
Drink many pinot noirs at this cellar door's bottomless brunch and then recover at a free yoga class.
Filipino BBQ matched with almighty Messina.
Butter has given its famous fried chicken a sweet makeover for summer.
This irreverent, kaleidoscopic delight is the best Spider-Man movie yet.
The minimalist Aussie label is taking 70 percent off swimwear, dresses and its signature basics this weekend.
Jennifer Lopez and Vanessa Hudgens can't save this well-intentioned but formulaic comedy.
A dose of retail therapy for a really good cause.
Free live music a stone's throw from the beach.
Free indie, garage-rock, hip hop, psychedelic and rock 'n' roll, every Friday night through summer.
A grotesque and sinister Nazi zombie flick worthy of your time.
Eat all the dumplings, xiao long bao and wontons you want — for just $25.
Some of Sydney's best local designers, eateries and booze suppliers will descend on the Surry Hills spot for one day.
Alfonso Cuarón's award-winning drama spins a gorgeous, deeply felt story of a housekeeper in 1970s Mexico.
Gaspar Noé's latest film takes viewers on a trip into a memorable, manic and murderous all-night dance party.
Melissa McCarthy is in career-best form in this fantastic and empathetic true tale about life, loneliness and literary fraud.
Get your Christmas shopping sorted early, and you'll be rewarded with a surprise gift for numero uno (you).
This creation — filled with 1000 kilos of lollies and gingerbread — is the type of transport we can get on board with.
Step back into mid-20th century Sydney with Sydney Living Museum's street photography retrospective.
All the Christmas joy in the form of eats, drinks, gifts — and a giant snow globe.
Griffin Theatre's final show of 2018 is a charming tale of second chance romance.
Settle in for an al fresco screening of 'Spice World' or 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
The world-renowned exhibition offers Australians a rare look inside the human body.
A Harry Potter-themed Christmas feast.
The Australian music legend is bringing his pre-Christmas show to Sydney for the first time.
More than 257 photos from the famed Mexican artist's personal collection head to Bendigo.
This interactive screening will be held in a decked-out Sydney theatre.
Port Macquarie's BYO camping fest is celebrating its 15th year with a solid lineup of live music.
Sip wine, eat cheese, make ceramics.
Head down to the Southern Highlands to spend a day foraging for a lunchtime campfire feast.
It's Sydney's time to get in on the crass magnum opus from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Director Andrew Haigh is at his empathetic best with this heartwrenching tale of a teenager and his horse.
Creed II ramps up the nostalgia in a story that's as much a family drama as it is a boxing movie.
Summer has arrived with the return of Centennial Park's always-popular outdoor cinema.
An insightful ode to the joys of pop culture fandom, with plenty of boy band songs on the soundtrack.
Boots Riley's filmmaking debut is a savage and surreal sci-fi comedy satire that refuses to be shrugged off, ignored or overlooked.
Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and Elizabeth Debicki pack a punch in this stunning heist thriller from director Steve McQueen.
Settle in for an al fresco screening of 'The Lion King' or 'Crazy Rich Asians'.
Kick back in a garden oasis just a stone's throw from the city chaos.
A giant floating sculpture of the moon, complete with NASA imagery on its surface, will take over Scienceworks.
Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda is at his empathetic best with this Palme d'Or-winning family drama.
If this affectionate bank robber drama really is Robert Redford's last acting role, he's going out in a quiet blaze of glory.
The Grounds of Alexandria has been transformed into a sprawling wonderland of snow, sweets and flowers.
An immersive exhibition of the world's largest animals at the Australian Museum.
This placeholder sequel contains very little movie magic.
One of Sydney's best pizzerias pops up by the beach for summer.
Embrace the outdoors this summer, with movies, live music, good food and adorable dogs.
This glorious and gory remake of the 1977 original is a twitchy, witchy delight.
GOMA's three-yearly survey of Asia Pacific art returns.
The largest solo presentation for Carriageworks to date features five tonnes of crystals, beads and found objects suspended in the air.
Sydney's outdoor bed cinema is back — with blow-up beds, blankies and bottomless popcorn.
Three courses 40 metres above Sydney Harbour.
Coming to Australia for the first time, this exhibit features 200 original objects from the 'Star Wars' series.
Piccinini's works new and old will be displayed alongside pieces by one of her key influence, the late Melbourne artist Joy Hester.
The NGV's summer blockbuster will bring together the Dutch artist and Japanese design studio to create an immersive exhibition of optical illusions.
Lisbeth Salander is back in this bland and routine instalment in the Dragon Tattoo franchise.
Sunny afternoons call for bottomless spritz cocktails and seafood bites by the water.
Joel Edgerton directs a sensitive and somber drama about the impact of gay conversion therapy, as based on a true story.
Take a step towards fulfilling your dream of being a filmmaker, documentarian or radio presenter with these five-day intensive courses.
The Royal Botanic Garden's killer new exhibition features 25,000 carnivorous plants.
Get up early for sunrise yoga on the Sydney Opera House steps.
An Australian-first retrospective of the famed South African photographer's work.
A budget-friendly way to catch recent flicks at Circular Quay.
An 80s-themed immersive theatre experience and escape room set in small-town Indiana.
Experience the grandeur of ancient Rome at this blockbuster exhibition.
Artworks by Monet, Matisse, Picasso and more are travelling from Russia to Sydney for the AGNSW's latest exhibition.
A huge world-first Nelson Mandela exhibition debuts in Melbourne.
This pop-up cafe rotates all your favourite Sydney coffee beans under one roof.
Step out of the city and into the wild at this stunning collection of nature photography.
White Rabbit's latest exhibition explores the reshaped Chinese landscapes of the 21st century.
Adam Wolfers and Marc Dempsey are bringing their famed parsnip schnitzel and fried Hungarian bread to Potts Point for three months.
The National Film and Sound Archive's exhibition celebrating the too-brief career of local boy Heath Ledger.
MONA's immersive ode to the radical artists of post-war Germany.
Partyeth like it's 1614 with performances of 'Macbeth' at this full-scale replica of the historic theatre.