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Two of the world's great musicians come together for a one-off talk.
Sydney's super-popular ceramics studio has brought its classes online — and will drop the clay and tools at your door.
The fierce singer, artist and humanitarian advocate is bringing her socially charged tunes to Sydney — for one night only.
The Melbourne aquarium is live streaming its sea creatures for all to see.
Salute to the sun while listening to disco tunes in your lounge room.
The architecture of one of our most loved buildings will be transformed by colour for six months.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
For those who can't make it to Japan this cherry blossom season, this CBD pop-up bar offers the perfect alternative.
The UK's National Theatre is streaming a selection of its hit productions, with a new show available each week.
You've binged the Netflix series — now put your knowledge to the test.
Victorian artists will teach you how to draw — and help you take inspiration from the NGV's collection.
JK Rowling's acclaimed two-part West End play has landed in Melbourne.
The skateboarding icon is coming to Sydney to chat about his career.
East Village Hotel
234 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst
The three-tiered Darlinghurst pub gets new life with an upstairs sports bar and rooftop terrace.
57-59 Beach Rd, Bondi Beach
Dine in your own private opium den
The Clock Hotel
470 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Crown Street's revamped pub sports hidden whisky bars and balcony gin bars to ditch the crusty ol' pub stigma.
Spring Street Social
110 Spring Street, Bondi Junction
Spring Street Social is Bondi's next big thing, a hole in the wall hiding an underground club.
96 Cumberland Street, The Rocks
This pub in The Rocks has a rooftop with one of the best views over the harbour.
Charing Cross Hotel
81 Carrington Road, Waverley
When done right, who can say no to a tasty modern take on a slice of Sydney history?
The Balmain Hotel
4 Mullens Street, Balmain
The West End Hotel is reborn as The Balmain, complete with Flamingo Room and a transcontinental menu.
Shop 7, 9-15 Central Avenue, Manly
Take a typical tapas bar in Barcelona then polish slightly, adding cut crystal glasses and a pinch of Almodóvar references.
500 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction
Bondi Junction is spoilt for gastronomical choice as The Eastern opens three new venues within its newly redeveloped floors.
House of Crabs
Level 1, The Norfolk, 305 Cleveland Street, Redfern
An American-style eat house with bibs, shell crackers, surgical gloves and literal heaps of shellfish.
The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont
Sokyo, the Star's Japanese child, does elegance extraordinarily well.
The Oaks Hotel
118 Military Road, Neutral Bay
With a new chef and a new menu, this North Shore institute gets a high-brow makeover, but at the customer's expense.
The Corner House
281 Bondi Road, Bondi
Rustic yet refined, The Corner House provides Bondi with a healthy dose of old school charm.
The Bank Hotel Beer Garden
324 King Street, Newtown
A local favourite serving brews, pub grub and eats from the outdoor barbecue.
32 Orwell Street, Potts Point
A refined, NYC-inspired bar sending you back to the 1950s with champagne, plenty of cocktails and $1 oysters every Thursday.
Secret Garden Bar
134a Enmore Road, Enmore
Secret Garden Bar has once again reinforced that if you’re a fan of fun, the inner west needs to be your playground.
174 King Street, Newtown
A King Street stalwart with a wrap-around balcony.