From cinema to street parades, exhibitions to comedy galas – see our picks for your festival season.
Warm nights, Sydney WorldPride and summer events call for celebration. See our top picks for the month.
Basketball, netball, volleyball and futsal are played at KGV Recreation Centre, Ultimo Community Centre and Perry Park Recreation Centre.
January is full of art, music and food. Plus, Sydney Festival and Sydney Lunar Festival are back with a bang.
With opera, dance, performance art and music, plan your festival from 5 to 29 January.
Fabulous feasts, spectacular shows and magnificent artworks – it’s time to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit.
A look back on the evolution of Yabun Festival.
After a decade of planning and construction, the expansive new building hits the scene in true style with showstopping pieces.
We invite your feedback and ideas to help us improve our programs and services.
A key feature of the Sydney Lunar Festival, the shortlisted artworks by children aged 6 to 12 years old were selected from more than 600 entries.
Discover art, nature, markets, music and more this month.
Hear their answers about what it’s like to live with disability and what the day means to them.
You've got a park? You've got a gym.
After school activities, weekend activities, and indoor activities, Sydney has plenty of fun for kids of all ages.
Outdoor facilities at some schools in our area will be open to the public from Wednesday 21 December to Sunday 22 January.
All the information you need to enjoy the fireworks harbourside or at home.
Get into the spirit of the season.
If you’re looking for adventure or culture, there are plenty of inclusive and accessible activities in our city.
13 parks, gardens and reserves to explore during warmer weather.
Source sustainable gifts and seasonal food at pop-up events and special shopping experiences.
Our 1-on-1 sessions and bike help line are free to everyone who lives or works in our area.
From street celebrations to craft classes, exhibitions to theatre – clear your diary because you won’t want to miss these highlights.
We asked you to share your favourite brands from across Australia.
Professor Megan Davis presents the keynote address followed by Alyawarre woman Pat Anderson AO and Guugu Yimidhirr man Noel Pearson in conversation.
Sydney’s biggest LGBTIQ celebration comes to an all-singing, all-dancing crescendo when the Mardi Gras Parade takes over our city on 29 February.
Savour delicious food, absorb fascinating info, meet new friends and make the most of the city.
We’re inviting people to have their say on our draft LGBTIQA+ social and cultural place strategy.
From Fringe Festival to film festivals, musicals to gardening classes. Here are our top picks for your month ahead.
Where to leave floral tributes and condolence messages, and observe the passing of Her Royal Highness.
From quirky Aldermen to laser cut jewellery and tales from Darlinghurst, find fun events on this History Week.
Common household chemicals can be toxic. But there’s a way to recycle them responsibly.
Choose your own adventure with our pick of spots that will look great on social media.
Immerse yourself in this fun harbourside hub.
A film festival, City2Surf, live music and winter vibes – here are just a few highlights this month to add into your diary.
To find out the best places to go in Darlinghurst, we asked locals on Facebook and checked out the #SydneyLocal hashtag on Instagram. Here are their picks.
Return to the office refreshed and refocused with these activities that will make you feel like you’ve had a proper break.
From musicals to making cocktails, NAIDOC Week events to dancing the night away, we’ve got you covered for things to do in the city.
The sophisticated and stylish place to be for cool restaurants, fabulous fashion boutiques, cocktail bars and cafes.
Share your listings on our official events guide for free marketing support.
Stay warm with a month of activities in the city centre and surrounds.
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From glamorous Parisian cabarets to sharp and political plays, this is your guide to what’s on at the theatre.
As the weather cools, nightlife, comedy, art and great dining are just heating up.
From roller discos and fireworks displays to the Biennale, whisky festivals and cooking classes, there’s something for everyone this month in Sydney.
Our Reboot series returns with more invaluable advice to help you drive growth
We asked about your favourite city haunts for cocktails and catch-ups.
Find out what it means and where you can see it this Mardi Gras Festival.
From cabaret to wine festivals, new theatre shows to independent dance workshops – don’t miss these events.
Our guide for your go-to spots.
With Covid restrictions easing, we asked you to name the nightclubs, bars and pubs perfect to bust a move.
Find out what’s open, how we’re helping to keep you safe and the latest health advice from the NSW Government.
From walks to outdoor festivities, from sunsets to cinemas – discover something new and free to do in your city.
The latest wave of Covid-19 has been a challenge for our community.
Here’s how to stay cool when temperatures get hot.
Don’t miss these great live music, film, food and art events.
Make a splash no matter the weather.
Get to know this bold and bohemian Sydney suburb.
Have buckets of fun even when it’s bucketing down in Sydney.
From the harbourside to hidden laneway gems, Sydney is a city for walking.
Calling all creatives: It’s time to submit your ideas for Art & About 2022
Beautiful boutiques and a buzzing culinary scene.
Enjoy contactless checkout and never lose your card again.
Don your team colours, order your favourite takeaway and get fired up for the final.
From fitness classes to jigsaw puzzles, enjoy these lockdown life-improvers from home.
Businesses and creatives can access experts from some of Australia’s fastest growing companies in our free new webinar series.
Take a moment to relax and explore the city from a different perspective.
Here are 4 things you can do to make real change happen
Raising the Bar: Light Rail edition gets leading innovators to discuss today’s issues from culture to technology.
Locals share where they eat, drink and shop in Surry Hills.
Locals share their go-to op shops and favourite vintage stores.
From underwater parties to drag queen bingo and dumpling masterclasses, expect the unexpected this autumn.
If you’re a NSW resident over 18, $100 worth of vouchers are yours to spend.
Discover or rediscover the best places to eat, drink, shop and more.
Sydney is bustling with new experiences, from live music to outdoor dining spaces and public art.
Across the globe, cities are declaring a climate emergency and calling on government at all levels to do the same.
Autumn is here, but there’s heaps happening to put a spring in your step.
New headquarters, programming and hygiene measures at 280 Cleveland Street’s home of experimental theatre.
Warm nights and fun events call for celebration - see our picks for summer in Sydney.
Alex the Astronaut, Ben Lee, Sneaky Sound System, Emma Pask and Peking Duk to open Sunset Piazza in the city centre.
Ben Folds, Kate Miller-Heidke, Josh Pyke, Eddie Perfect, G Flip, and Pnau (DJ set) join the line-up.
Musical theatre, choirs and community groups light up the Sunset Piazza stage.
Adapt your business, revitalise our city centre and support our communities.
A bridge and opera house known the world over. Glorious parks and gardens. And hidden laneways promising good eats and retail treats.
Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre opens soon.
We asked 2 former participants about their experience in the program.
An exciting hub for learning, innovation and creativity in a beautifully designed building: Sydney’s newest library has something for everyone.
From award-winning documentaries to all-time classics and Christmas movies, here are our librarians picks to enjoy over the holidays.
Be part of a nationwide celebration of Australian music and help workers in need.
The plan will see extended hours for cultural institutions and a festival of live music, outdoor dining and theatre performances over a 6 month period.
Take home fresh produce, vintage treasures or a one-off piece from an up-and-coming designer. There’s so much on offer at Sydney’s markets.
From industrial beginnings, this inner-city suburb has developed into a happening hangout.
From the newly popular Tramsheds and other hidden gems to always-happening Glebe Point Road, Glebe and surrounds has much to offer locals and visitors alike.
People in the know share their go-to spots.
The NSW Government has introduced changes to allow more people to dine out together and attend live music.
Tips to help when you visit your favourite venue - or try something new - and help keep you and your community safe
We want to know how you’re feeling about attending events at the moment
Revisit Sydney’s past at History Week through a series of free events.
Registrations are open for spring competitions in futsal, netball and volleyball at Green Square’s Perry Park recreation centre.
A grant could help your business offer new night-time activities, put on gigs, or collaborate with artists.
Tesla and New Energy Nexus share wisdom with Sydney startups.
Virtual nightclubs, live music streams, online exercise classes and other digital events to keep you connected and entertained.
The perfect place to relax, write, reflect or mingle.
Virtual dance parties, live music broadcasts, online exercise classes and other digital events can help keep us connected.
We’ve brought forward our own deadline by a decade.
A conversation on a bus, a cowboy and a horse at White Bay.
In light of the evolving worldwide health emergency, the City of Sydney and C40 Cities have made the difficult decision to postpone the summit.
From the local level and with 94 world cities, the Sydney Climate Action Summit plans for real collective change.
The City of Sydney is backing a new retail campaign to support our local bars, cafes, restaurants and retailers.
A decade’s worth of data shows there are more bike riders with fewer crashes on city roads.
Older adults in Sydney find a new sense of belonging in our neighbourhood facilities.
The City of Sydney invites artists to submit ideas for the 2021 Sydney Lunar Festival.
With excellent riding connections, it’s no wonder local residents ride more than anywhere else in Sydney.
‘Gravity System Response’ transforms a bland corner of Sydney into a colourful abstraction.
Stage 1 is dry. Stage 2 gets taped, brushed and rolled in July.
BIKEast volunteers bring the joy of cycling to Sydney’s older people
Sydney locals use their time and skills to craft pouches for baby animals.
The Sydney Rides Gallery shows scenes and stories from people who ride.
Even if you're not an avid bike rider!
From demon bunnies to flamenco mastery, expand your horizons with these unmissable Sydney shows.
Make 2020 your year to get back on a bike. From fun group rides to courses and try-a-bike events, SydneyCycleways has you covered.
There’s no time like the present to try something new. Find inspiration and learn a thing or two at these creative spaces in Sydney.
When was the last time you really explored your own city? Play tourist at these attractions and see Sydney from a different perspective.
True to its flowery name, this Sydney suburb is blossoming.
Playful architecture, innovative design, a makerspace, dinosaurs and of course books, there’s plenty to explore at Darling Square Library.
A free pedal-powered outdoor cinema.
Bee hives are popping up in more spots around the city, and we learn about keeping chickens as pets in Sydney.