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Ever wanted to celebrate Chinese New Year in a Swedish furniture store? Here’s your chance.
Both the models and the artists shed their clothes at this judgement-free art class — and ticket sales will go towards helping those affected by the bushfires.
The architecture of one of our most loved buildings will be transformed by colour for six months.
We may not be able to change our past, but this world premiere work from Moogahlin Performing Arts asks us to reimagine it.
Immerse yourself in Japanese folklore at the Art Gallery of NSW's supernatural theatre premiere.
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 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.
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.
The Mary's team is throwing a big party with 100 percent of tickets sales and bar profits going to bushfire relief.
A heap of Sydney restaurants are offering half-price meals for five weeks.
Cherry Moon General Store
77 Nelson Street, Annandale
A cafe, general stores and woodfired bakery in Annandale.
215 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
The beloved inner-city pizza joint has huge new digs on Oxford Street — and the pizza is the best it has ever been.
Duck & Rice
Level 7, Westfield, Pitt Street, Sydney
A Cantonese restaurant on a CBD rooftop with flights of baijiu and a room filled with 250 lanterns.
Babylon Rooftop & Garden Bar
A luxe kingdom of meze, cocktails, slow-cooked meats and 300 wines atop Westfield Sydney.
286 Princes Highway, Banksia
Sydney's first dessert shop dedicated to mochi doughnuts.
Jones Bay Wharf, 26–32 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
A buzzing fine diner on the water serving up Chinese-Japanese fare.
100 Mount Street, North Sydney
North Sydney's new go-to for Mecca Coffee, Brickfields Pastries and Brooklyn Boy Bagels.
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.
Gotcha Fresh Tea
Shop 3 World Square, 117 Liverpool Street, Sydney
Melbourne's luxe bubble tea chain serving up teas with everything from charcoal and cumquat to collagen and even cheese foam.
Terra Cotta Roasters
74-80 Ivy Street, Darlington
This Darlington cafe has all-you-can-drink batch and cold brew coffee for all.
The Good Place
Level 4, Westfield Sydney, Kingsway, Miranda
An all-day diner that's completely gluten-free.
230 Victoria Street, Ashfield
A parkside cafe with a picnic-appropriate menu and A-plus coffee.
Basement, 24 York Street, Sydney
An underground restaurant serving Vietnamese noodle soups and fancy cocktails.
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.
123 King Street, Newtown
A sustainable ice cream shop with lots of dairy and vegan options.
Shop 2, DUO Central Park, 1 Chippendale Way, Chippendale
This Central Park spot is dedicated entirely to Greek doughnuts.
77 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest
Southeast Asian street food and creative cocktails by PS40 combine at this lower north shore spot.
5-9 Roslyn Street, Potts Point
French fine dining that won't break the bank.
7 Macquarie Place, Sydney
The Sydney burger institution has new harbourside digs — and a new vegan menu.
Corretto Dee Why
Shop 1/24 The Strand, Dee Why
An all-day diner located a stone's throw from the beach in northern Sydney.