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News You Can Use: Eight Things That Happened in Sydney This Week

Here's what caught our attention over the last seven days.
By Sarah Ward
May 19, 2022
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By Sarah Ward
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  • Food & Drink

    Central Station and Eddy Avenue Will Soon Be Home to a Huge Dining and Entertainment Precinct

    NSW Minister for Infrastructure Rob Stokes believes the innovation will rival Chippendale's Spice Alley and Parramatta's Eat Street.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    An LGBTQIA+ Museum Is Set to Open in Sydney in Partnership with Local Not-for-Profit Qtopia

    The City of Sydney has just committed almost $300,000 worth of funding for an LGBTQIA+ museum, alongside increased support for next year's WorldPride event.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Bondi Festival Is Returning with a Theatre, Ice Rink and Ferris Wheel Overlooking the Beach

    This three-week festival will have you soaring above the idyllic streets of Bondi, before you hit the ice rink or head to a secret location for a supernatural magic show.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Flume Is Taking His 'Palaces' World Tour Around Australia in November and December

    Fresh from playing Coachella, the Aussie star will tour the country with Caroline Polachek, Channel Tres, Toro y Moi, Vera Blue and appearances by MAY-A.

  • Food & Drink

    Huge Cheese Festival Mould Is Touring Its Dairy-Filled Spread Across the East Coast This Winter

    Feast on Australia's best cheeses — over wine, beer, whisky, vodka, gin and sake, of course — when this returning fest hits up Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    An Unofficial 'Bridgerton' Ball Is Popping Up in Sydney So You Can Party Like a Duke or Duchess

    Party like you're on top of the ton at this themed shindig, with a string quartet playing tunes, four hours of food and booze, and life drawing and games of chance as well.

  • Travel & Leisure

    The Southern Hemisphere's First-Ever Super-Sleek Ace Hotel Has Finally Opened Its Doors in Sydney

    The 257-room hotel is now welcoming in guests — and its ground-floor restaurant and lobby bar are serving up bites to eat and cocktails, too.

  • Travel & Leisure

    Sydney, You're Up: Guide Dogs NSW Wants You to Look After These Adorable New Pups

    The organisation needs responsible dog lovers to look after the pups for a year before they get trained as guide dogs.

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