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What to do in Sydney this July

Winter is settling in but there’s lots on to draw you out and about.

NAIDOC in the City


Celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures with food, dance, art and live shows. Don’t miss NAIDOC in the City, our free family-friendly event in Hyde Park north.

Sunday 7 July to Sunday 14 July

Muriel’s Wedding the Musical

Experience one of the most loved Australian films of all time in this big, brash and very cheeky new musical. It will play a strictly limited season at the Sydney Lyric Theatre.

Saturday 29 June to Sunday 11 August

Skate at The Cutaway


Head to the Cutaway at Barangaroo and see this groundbreaking show. Watch as skateboarders, musicians and digital artists trigger an interactive visual and sonic landscape.

Saturday 6 July and Saturday 20 July

Bondi Feast

Bondi Pavilion is the place to be this winter. For 2 weeks, it’s the home of a fringe-style winter festival, presenting the best in home-grown theatre, comedy, cabaret and circus.

Tuesday 9 July to Saturday 20 July (excluding Sunday 14 and Monday 15 July)

Edo in the Sky

Edo in the Sky

Marvel at intricately made and colourfully painted Japanese Edo kites at this Japan Foundation exhibition. On display will be a selection of 32 works by world-famous master kite maker Mikio Toki. There’s also a kite making workshop for kids with Toki on 11 July.

Wednesday 10 July to Saturday 12 October

Bastille Festival 2019

Bastille Festival

Experience the best of French food, art and culture. There’ll be more than 100 food stalls, live entertainment, an outdoor cinema and a showcase of boutique French wines.

Thursday 11 to Sunday 14 July

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

A Canadian après-ski experience comes to Sydney with Winter Wonderland. Enjoy some time on the ice skating rink, check out a winter market and embrace the magic of cooler weather.

Until Sunday 21 July

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