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Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make two types of cheese.
Enjoy freshly shucked seafood for pocket change all throughout November
This latest Harry Potter-themed event will see you attend a boozy Hogwarts potions class.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
Three full hours of free beer in celebration of The Warren View Hotel's relaunch.
Sip wine, eat cheese, make ceramics.
Step through the inimitable actor's career every Friday night — from the original 'Bill and Ted' to the first 'John Wick' flick.
Pickle beers, pickleback slushies, pickle eating competitions and pickled food at The Oxford Tavern
Janet Jackson, Brandy and The Black Eyed Peas will lead the throwback show of your teenage dreams.
Since I Left You's monthly brunch session sees a different artist curating the tunes, food and (bottomless) cocktails.
Explore the mysterious history of Cockatoo Island by night.
Celebrating a year of Tex-Mex bites with two hours of endless tacos.
Explore a historic quarantine station, solve a mystery and pretend you're in this twisty Martin Scorsese movie.
A market where all the food and wares are 100 percent animal product-free.
Kick-start your night out with a round of caffeinated cocktails — for free.
The Art Gallery of NSW's summer exhibition will showcase the works of two monumental Japanese artists: Takashi Murakami and Katsushika Hokusai.
Pick up some top meat-free dishes on the cheap — every Tuesday in November.
Part charity event, part cocktail party.
Redfern Convenience Store
152a Redfern Street, Redfern
The local corner store with a cult-like fan base.
266 Abercrombie Street, Darlington
This family-run store is a one-stop shop for gifts, hard to find magazines, stationery and, of course, journals.
870 Military Road, Mosman
A longstanding florist in the heart of Mosman.
The Strand Arcade
412-414 George Street, Sydney
A gorgeous Victorian-era emporium with everything from cafes to milliners and Australia’s top fashion designers.
Shop 15, Level 7, The Dymocks Building, 428 George Street, Sydney
One of Australia's longest running comic retailers, this pop culture haven receives new stock from the US every week.
Lotus Pod Balmain
314-322 Darling Street, Balmain
This womenswear boutique is also a charity.
22 Queen Street, Woollahra
Sleek Japanese-inspired designs and kitchenwares.
Esteem Hair Beauty Spa
518 High Street, Penrith
This local beauty bar is a local's go-to to feel good and look even better.
Nio and Tony's
294 Campbell Parade, North Bondi
North Bondi's family-run grocer has been serving locals for over 40 years.
Shop 7 / 157 Curlewis Street (entry Via Gould Street), Bondi Beach
Home to those coveted washable paper bags from Tuscany.
Maggie May Flowers
177 Glenayr Avenue, Bondi Beach
Supplying beautiful blooms to Bondi locals.
115 Crown Street, Darlinghurst
A printing and design studio with the most incredible stationery, invitations, plus after-dark classes.
187 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
A Glebe Point Road institution for fresh produce.
189 Bondi Road, Bondi
Unisex streetwear from an ex-General Pants head designer.
Field Blend Wine & Cheese Store
207 Darling Street, Balmain
Balmain one-stop shop for wine, cheese, charcuterie and coffee.
Service by Neuw
84 Oxford St, Sydney
Denim's the main stash in this re-purposed bank.
The Social Outfit
353 King St, Newtown
Where else can you get recycled vintage Ken Done fabrics and help out Australia's new migrants?
Inner Vision Tattoo & Piercing
150 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale
This award-winning tattoo parlour specialises in photorealism, portraiture and Japanese iconography.
Potts Point Bookshop
14 MacLeay Street, Elizabeth Bay
Browse the stacks of intelligently curated fiction, art, music, design, photography and history books.
116 Abercrombie St, Chippendale
End your Chippo gallery hop at this weekend hub of zines and independent publishing.