1 July 2011
Every month we are constantly reminded of what a truly global city Sydney is.
With its people’s sense of style, love of sport, diverse cultural life, dynamic food scene and vibrant cityscape Sydney offers up amazing activities all year round .July proves to be no different.
In this latest blog, we detail three events we suggest you check out over the coming weeks.
1. Mary Poppins – The Musical
Brilliantly adapted from the beloved books by Australia’s own P.L. Travers and the classic 1964 Walt Disney film Mary Poppins has dazzled millions of people around the globe and now it’s your chance to experience the magic.
This enchanting production lifts audiences to unparalleled heights and places the show at the top of every theatregoer’s ‘must-see’ list.
2. Persons of interest – the ASIO files
For more than 60 years, the streets of Sydney have been home to mysterious and top-secret intelligence operations. The latest exhibition at the Justice and Police Museum “Persons of interest” lifts the lid on these operations for the first time and allows you to delve into previously secret ASIO files of a selection of unlikely ‘persons of interest’ in minute and personal detail.
The Australian Winter Festival returns to Sydney for its third consecutive year, promising to transform the heart of the city into a winter wonderland.
Located at the Sydney CBD’s iconic Cathedral Square, the 2011 Sydney Winter Festival will offer its most exciting line-up yet; an exciting array of gourmet winter food, some dazzling action on the ice and authentic après ski experiences.
The Sydney Winter Festival provides a unique environment for mingling with family and friends, entry is free of charge.
These are not the only exciting events in and around Sydney throughout the month of July. Visit the Sydney Australia website and discover all that’s happening in our events calendar as well as accommodation, deals and things to do.