It’s about this time of year in Sydney when the routine returns; the kids are at school, the kids sport is back on and work is starting to crank back up again. No one wants to have to get back into the weekly grind earlier than they have to. Finding a way to take a break from it all and continue to enjoy the summer is on everyone’s mind.
Luckily, we’ve put together a list of the best things to do in Sydney over the next week so that you don’t get bogged down by routine and can find some fresh air from the stress of work.
Carriageworks Farmers Market – Every Saturday from 8am
Filled with seasonal produce from all across New South Wales, this market is well worth a visit. There a range of organic and bio-dynamic foods available and it gives a great look into the fresh produce that NSW produces.
I, Tonya – Showing in all cinemas across Sydney
Margot Robbie is at the top of her game in this drama based on the true story of Tonya Harding. In what is now an infamous incident, the American pro ice-skater is forced to retire from the 1994 national championship due to a poorly executed plan from her ex-husband.
Celsius – last night is February 10th, bookings essential
This pop-up restaurant from Adelaide’s Duncan Welgemoed is well worth the cost. For $99 you can a fully immersive 3 course meal and complimentary wines. Welgemoed serves up an African inspired dinner party that is sure to engage all of your senses.
Sydney Observatory – Valentine’s Day, 14th of February
An evening of drinks, nibbles and star gazing is one way to your lovers heart. Get a ticket to this romantic evening amongst the stars at Sydney’s most expansive stargazer delight.
Dharawal National Park Walking Tours – Feb 10th – Nov 10th 2018
Until recently, access to these paths was restricted but it has since been opened up to visitors who sign up for walking tours run every second Saturday. The tour guides will share Dreamtime stories and local knowledge about the fauna and flora in the region.
Client Liason – Every Sunday in February
The Australian indie-pop duo will be putting on a performance every Sunday this month at the Coogee Pavilion. Having wowed fans at festivals over the New Year, the duo are sharing the love at one of Sydney’s hottest Sunday destinations.
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