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The restaurant's wine director will host monthly full-day and after-work masterclasses upstairs in the China Heights Gallery.
Two of LA's best chefs are heading Down Under for a series of whisky-fuelled dinners.
Get up early for sunrise yoga on the Sydney Opera House steps.
Cold beers and left-of-centre entertainment.
$10 dirty martinis, once a month.
Spend a spring evening sipping cocktails in Chiswick's front garden.
Create a masterpiece while snacking on strawberry crumpets.
The Royal Botanic Garden's killer new exhibition features 25,000 carnivorous plants.
Partyeth like it's 1614 with performances of 'Macbeth' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at this full-scale replica of the historic theatre.
Martin Place will be filled with puppies for a lunchtime patting session.
Sip wine, eat cheese, make ceramics.
With coffee, shoyu-glazed hot dogs and pavlova gelato.
The Canberra festival's third outing is headlined by none other than Childish Gambino.
Explore the spooky side of Cockatoo Island.
Usher — along with Salt-N-Pepa, Lil Jon, Eve and Ginuwine — will headline the R&B tour of your teenage dreams.
Summer's sorted with a series of outdoor shindigs from Sydney's party people.
A BYO high tea on a rooftop with dishes by Shortstop, Donut Papi, Brickfields and more.
Three courses 40 metres above Sydney Harbour.
Hubert is throwing a series of French dinners in its opulent underground theatre.
A market where all the food and wares are 100 percent animal product-free.
100 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
Barangaroo's sprawling 230-seat restaurant (with a late-night dessert bar).
38 Mitchell Road, Alexandria
Combining passions for music and local produce with Sydney's never-ending burger love affair.
1/6 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo
Situated on Woolloomooloo's Finger Wharf and alongside some of the best restaurants in town, Aki's is truly a delight to visit.
10.26/644–680 George St, Sydney
Korean street food and liquid nitrogen ice-cream, open when you most need it.
212 Riley Street, Surry Hills
Serial restaurateur Mauro Marcucci adds another to his oeuvre.
730-742 George Street, Haymarket
This late-night restaurant will transport you from a dingy shopping mall to the raucous streets of Bangkok.
2 Phillip Street , Sydney
Neil Perry's harbourside eatery serving late-night Mexican fare and $100 margaritas.
Basement, 58 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Some of Sydney's best tequila and mezcal cocktails await at the Barrio Chino team's basement bar.
76-78 Liverpool Street, Sydney
Ducks hanging in the window, plenty of room for groups and the best peking duck in Sydney. What more could one ask for?
3 Dalley Street, Sydney
An underground CBD restaurant specialising in one cut of steak.
416 King Street, Newtown
A small eatery serving natural wine and polenta chips with a cult following.
University Hall, Corner Glebe Point Road And Parramatta Road, Glebe
This Glebe restaurant pays tribute to the dying street food culture of Bombay.
39 Hall Street, Bondi Beach
Bondi is not just for summer, with a Notorious P.I.G and mulled Batlow cider there to lift winter spirits.
116 Surrey Street, Darlinghurst
A little piece of Campania (a region in southern Italy) dropped into the backstreets of Darlinghurst.
Berkelouw Books. Level 1, 19 Oxford Street, Paddington
Berkelouw's cafe/wine bar gem offering something to whet everyone's appetite.
288 Bondi Road, Bondi
This hacienda-inspired restaurant has taken over the old Rum Diaries space.
371-373 Bourke Street, Darlinghurst
Fresh pasta plus Aperol Spritz and Negroni on tap equal Casoni's formula for a good night.
20 Campbell Street, Haymarket
A Sydney mainstay doing favourites well — and at very, very reasonable prices.
Level 1, Gateway Sydney, 1 Macquarie Place, Sydney
The Sydney stalwart has opened in Gateway at Circular Quay.
Shop 7, 33 Bayswater Road, Potts Point
Offering regional Mexican dishes in wicker chairs and a packed menu of tequila and mezcal cocktails.