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After many delays, the light rail is finally open — and The Morrison is throwing a big, free party to celebrate.
Be one of 600 people who get to lay down and listen to the Sydney Town Hall organ in its full glory.
The architecture of one of our most loved buildings will be transformed by colour for six months.
A multi-location exhibition explores the languages, traditions and histories of people connected by one ocean.
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.
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.
A Southern Highlands bushfire benefit gig with Daryl Braithwaite, John Paul Young and Megan Washington.
Solve a creepy murder mystery on the harbour. On a luxury yacht. At night.
Explore the spooky side of Cockatoo Island — then stay there overnight.
A slick afternoon of nostalgic tunes — with free lollipops and fairy floss, too.
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.
15 Goulburn Street, Haymarket
One of the few places in Sydney where you can get exceptional Malaysian hawker food at an authentic price.
182 Redfern Street, Redfern
Redfern's dive bar with great tasting bottled lager for $5, free popcorn and beer-based cocktails.
169 Dolphin Street, Coogee
Already the best beach hang-out in Sydney.
65 Ocean Street, Woollahra
The grass is always greener on the other side, especially from inside Aria chef Matt Moran's glasshouse-inspired space.
Bon Appetit Selera Malaysia
163 Enmore Road, Enmore
This Malaysian eatery in Enmore serves up all-you-can-eat banquets for only $11.90.
71A Macleay Street, Potts Point
Discover a 500-strong wine list, international cheese platters and simple, delicious share plates from the Bentley crew.
Moore Road, Freshwater
Finish your beach experience off with negronis, spritzers, oysters and salumi.
Mary's Pitt Street
410 Pitt Street, Haymarket
The third CBD outpost for the burger joint has vegan options and rum cocktails — and even takes reservations.
346 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst
Journey into the cosmos at Darlinghurst's new modern Thai eatery.
96-97, 545 Pacific Highway, St Leonards
This lower north shore cafe serves up breakfast pasta and thick-cut caramel toast.
111 George Street, Parramatta
Lebanese-inspired cafe fare, quality coffee and inventive drinks in Parramatta.
Warren & Holt
415–421 Illawarra Road, Marrickville
Marrickville's dietary requirement-friendly cafe with an ex-Tetsuya's chef.
Buffalo Dining Club
116 Surrey Street, Darlinghurst
A little piece of Campania (a region in southern Italy) dropped into the backstreets of Darlinghurst.
7/6 Central Park Avenue, Chippendale
A Japanese-style barbecue restaurant where you grill your own high-quality wagyu.
122 Chapel Street, Marrickville
This Marrickville haunt serves up exciting breakfast fare by day and vegetarian pasta by night.
Celsius Coffee Co.
1/2 Holbrook Ave, Kirribilli
A harbourside cafe serving up rustic and Instagrammable breakfasts.
Dulcet Cakes & Sweets
8 Quay Street, Haymarket
A Haymarket patisserie with 20-layer crepe cakes by an ex-Quay pastry chef.
2B Mona Road, Darling Point
Pleasant Italian fare in a friendly atmosphere.
Din Tai Fung
644 George Street, Sydney
An infamous Taiwanese noodle chain is introducing Sydney to the best dumplings it's ever had.
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.