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  1. Thais - Opera at Sydney Town Hall

    Saturday 22 July to Monday 24 July 2017, City Centre

    There are wonderful things to do and see in Sydney, but no trip to Sydney is complete without a little music. Prepare for the most impressive night you’ve ever had. For all the fame and beauty of the music...

    22 Jul -24Jul
  2. Annual Helpmann Awards

    Monday 24 July 2017, Chinatown And Haymarket

    Don’t miss Australia’s showbiz night of nights!The 17th Annual Helpmann Awards is the premier event celebrating Australia’s vibrant live performance industry with sensational performances, celebrity guests...

    24 Jul
  3. Pilates and Yoga classes

    Saturday 3 June to Saturday 30 December 2017, Sydney South

    A variety of class types and times Monday - Sunday for all levels. Use the Pilates reformers, chill out with a yoga and meditation class, learn how to engage your core on the pilates mat or just sweat it out in one of...

    03 Jun -30Dec
  4. Luxury NSW Helicopter Golf Tours

    Monday 26 June to Sunday 31 December 2017, City Centre

    Tours from one day to 10 days available. Each tour is tailored individually to suit personal tastes, desired destinations, length of stay and budgets. Give them your “must play” golf courses and destinations, or let...

    26 Jun -31Dec
  5. Badu Gili

    Wednesday 28 June to Sunday 31 December 2017, City Centre

    Badu Gili – meaning ‘water light’ in the language of the traditional owners of Bennelong Point, the Gadigal people – is a new daily experience that will explore ancient First Nations stories in a spectacular seven...

    28 Jun -31Dec
  6. Victorian watercolours

    Friday 2 June to Sunday 3 December 2017, City Centre

    Over 80 magnificent but seldom-seen watercolours made between the 1830s and 1900 from the Gallery’s collection are presented in a Victorian-style display in the Grand Courts.Victorian watercolours were among...

    02 Jun -03Dec
  7. All About Flowers

    Wednesday 24 May to Wednesday 2 August 2017, City Centre

    All About Flowers is a free floral display designed to bring colour into winter.Curated by the award winning team at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the display showcases colourful arrangements of exotic...

    24 May -02Aug
  8. Kinky Boots Australia

    Wednesday 12 April to Sunday 13 August 2017, Chinatown And Haymarket

    Sydney audiences are raving about Kinky Boots, the hilarious and heart-warming new musical which is now playing at Capitol Theatre.Based on the movie starring Joel Edgerton and inspired by a true story,...

    12 Apr -13Aug
  9. Rose Bay Farmers Market

    Tuesday 9 May to Tuesday 8 August 2017, Double Bay

    One of Sydney's favourite markets will launch a new farmers' market at Rose Bay on Tuesday May 9.The popular Cambridge Markets, which had a huge following at Vaucluse Public School in 2015 and 2016, has...

    09 May -08Aug
  10. Titanic The Exhibition

    Monday 29 May to Friday 22 September 2017, Moore Park

    Titanic The Exhibition, arrives in Sydney for the first time ever from April 8! Journey into the heart of the Titanic and experience the world's largest and most comprehensive exhibition about this iconic...

    29 May -22Sep
  11. This Much is True

    Wednesday 12 July to Saturday 12 August 2017, Potts Point And Woolloomooloo

    A debt collector, a drag queen, a rogue chemist and a manic-depressive walk into a pub…Red Line Productions is thrilled to present the world premiere of This Much Is True, written by one of Australia’s...

    12 Jul -12Aug
  12. Scandinavian Film Festival

    Tuesday 11 July to Wednesday 2 August 2017, Leichhardt

    Opens in July with the hilarious Finnish gem the Other Side of Hope followed by an after- party featuring drinks, Nordic bites and live music!The region of Scandinavia - culturally comprised of Norway,...

    11 Jul -02Aug
  13. Rice: Sydney

    Friday 21 July to Saturday 26 August 2017, Darlinghurst

    Presented by Griffin Theatre Company and Queensland Theatre. Michele Lee is an important emerging voice in contemporary Australian writing. Ambitious in form and idea, her observations on race, gender and...

    21 Jul -26Aug
  14. Christmas in July Lunch Cruises

    Saturday 22 July to Sunday 30 July 2017, City Centre

    Australians love celebrating Christmas in Summer with blue skies, beaches, and summer fun. When winter comes around it's their turn to break out the roast turkey and ham, mince pies and rich plum pudding, and what...

    22 Jul -30Jul
  15. Truffle Degustation at Altitude

    Tuesday 4 July to Saturday 29 July 2017, The Rocks

    Truffles have an intoxicating flavour, texture and taste. Executive Sous Chef Ricardo Ferreira has created a distinctive seven course degustation menu using the prized Perigord Black Truffles from Hartley Trufferie....

    04 Jul -29Jul
  16. Halò - The Bayanihan Philippine Art Project

    Saturday 1 July to Sunday 10 September 2017, Mosman

    The first of its kind for Sydney, The Bayanihan Philippine Art Project is a collaborative celebration that presents multiple opportunities to discover Filipino art across five public galleries this winter. Mosman Art...

    01 Jul -10Sep
  17. Nielsen Park bush regeneration group

    Tuesday 18 July to Tuesday 26 December 2017, Manly

    If you’re interested in volunteer work involving bush regeneration in Sydney Harbour National Park, then the Nielsen Park bush regeneration group might be for you. This volunteer group meets in the picturesque Nielsen...

    18 Jul -26Dec
  18. Technicolor Life by Jami Brandli

    Wednesday 26 July to Saturday 12 August 2017, Marrickville

    A bold, moving and magical celebration of life, love and missing parts. Billie, a young Iraq War soldier, loses her left hand and is sent home. Billie’s book smart teenage sister, Maxine, with the help of...

    26 Jul -12Aug

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Sydney is a hub of activity with a diverse selection of events taking place throughout the year. Thanks to its thriving arts scene, Sydney’s galleries and exhibition spaces play host to a number of public events and exhibitions. Sydney also boasts the largest free sculpture exhibition in the world, Sculpture by the Sea, which transforms the scenic Bondi to Tamarama Coastal Walk into a two-kilometre-long display of creative works from around the world.

Sydney’s events also offer the chance to get involved in a range of cultural festivities, such as the Sydney Comedy Festival and the Sydney Film Festival, the latter of which has a legacy stretching back to 1954, making it one of the oldest events of its kind in the world. When it comes to making a statement, nothing stops the city in its tracks quite like the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, or the world-famous fireworks display on New Year’s Eve. These extravaganzas are renowned across the world and are not to be missed.

As a sport-loving city, Sydney is also the home of many social and competitive sporting events. One highlight of Sydney’s sporting calendar is the Sun-Herald City2Surf. Attracting over 80,000 entrants each year, the Sun-Herald City2Surf is not only the world’s largest running event, it is also a fantastic fundraiser for dozens of charities.