The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice referendum will be held on Saturday 14 October 2023.
Guidelines to help event organisers provide equitable opportunities for people with disability and people with access needs to enjoy and participate.
Common household chemicals can be toxic. But there’s a way to recycle them responsibly.
Vote Yes to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution, listen to their voices about decisions that affect them, and make a practical difference.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup, City2Surf, and free events – here are 14 things to do this August.
Chase away the winter blues with Sydney’s hottest events
Make an impact beyond National Reconciliation Week
Meet Abang, Simon and Khatereh. We're proud to welcome them, and all refugees and people seeking asylum, to our city.
An exciting hub for learning, innovation and creativity in a beautifully designed building.
Fabulous feasts, spectacular shows and magnificent artworks – it’s time to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit.
Autumn is here, but there’s heaps happening to put a spring in your step. Here are 13 events you’ll love.
Here’s how to stay cool when temperatures get hot.
A look back on the evolution of Yabun Festival.
We invite your feedback and ideas to help us improve our programs and services.
Hear their answers about what it’s like to live with disability and what the day means to them.
If you’re looking for adventure or culture, there are plenty of inclusive and accessible activities in our city.
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.
We’re inviting people to have their say on our draft LGBTIQA+ social and cultural place strategy.
Where to leave floral tributes and condolence messages, and observe the passing of Her Royal Highness.
Membership is great value
Find out what it means and where you can see it this Mardi Gras Festival.
Find out what’s open, how we’re helping to keep you safe and the latest health advice from the NSW Government.
Have buckets of fun even when it’s bucketing down in Sydney.
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
From underwater parties to drag queen bingo and dumpling masterclasses, expect the unexpected this autumn.
Across the globe, cities are declaring a climate emergency and calling on government at all levels to do the same.
Adapt your business, revitalise our city centre and support our communities.
We want to know how you’re feeling about attending events at the moment
Virtual nightclubs, live music streams, online exercise classes and other digital events to keep you connected and entertained.
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.
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.
Older adults in Sydney find a new sense of belonging in our neighbourhood facilities.
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.
Playful architecture, innovative design, a makerspace, dinosaurs and of course books, there’s plenty to explore at Darling Square Library.