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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.
A heap of Sydney restaurants are offering half-price meals for five weeks.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
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.
The godfather of 90s dance music returns.
The two 90s and 00s stars coming to Sydney for a a boombastic nostalgic show.
Sip wine, eat cheese, make ceramics.
A one-off dance party bringing a touch of Ibiza to Sydney shores is also raising money for the NSW RFS.
Freda's is throwing another one of its massive parties — but this time it's fundraising for bushfire relief.
Spend an afternoon with summery vodka cocktails, a Mediterranean feast and laid-back tunes.
Get spirited away at this magical cinema tribute at the Art Gallery of NSW.
This year's lineup is headed by Charli XCX and Earl Sweatshirt.
This Surry Hills favourite is doing $39.50 yum cha feasts every weekend in February.
Sydney's outdoor bed cinema is back.
Ayam Goreng 99
464 Anzac Parade, Kingsford
This Kingsford restaurant has been serving authentic Indonesian food in the eastern suburbs for more than 20 years.
401-403 Sussex Street, Sydney
A food court that will actually excite your tastebuds.
Finding this hole-in-the-wall is half the challenge. The other half is deciding between the coffee, cafe fare and Indonesian noodle options.
Aslan Coffee Roasters The Rocks
25 Nurses Walk, The Rocks
Specialty coffee from Indonesia — and the cafe eats to go with it — in the city.