Looking for something fun to do this week? You’re in luck. From colourful exhibitions to autumn festivals and more, there’s heaps on around Sydney. Here is our definitive list of all the things you can do to shake off those Monday blues and make the most of the week ahead.
1. Head to the Blue Mountains for Equinox
Drive out to the Blue Mountains and get in on a giant autumn celebration. At Equinox, there’s food, music, stargazing and so much more. Get on board and enjoy Lebanese feasts, fireside storytelling, masquerade balls and dreamy music sessions. See all the exciting events here.
2. Attend the eye-opening All About Women event
The Sydney Opera House’s All About Women fest is back with a number of top-shelf speakers, activists, writers and performers. Expect concerts, talks, dances, workshops and so much more. Find more information and the full line-up of events and activities here.
3. Get tickets to Lorde and Florence and the Machine
It’s concert season in Sydney and the who’s who of the music industry has descended upon the harbour city. This week it’s all about Lorde and Florence and the Machine who perform at Aware Super Theatre and Qudos Bank Arena respectively. Tickets are still available so don’t miss out!
4. Win cool prizes at a trivia night
Take a shot at making your South Korean holiday fantasy come true this weekend and grab a ticket for the Klook trivia night in partnership with Korea Tourism Organization Sydney. At Honey Pocha on March 14, one lucky group will win two return flights to Seoul. So make sure to brush up on your South Korean trivia beforehand! Especially as there’s two Korail passes and two Lotte World tickets going for second and third prize – it really is all to play for. Guests will even get a delicious Korean dinner from Honey Pocha before the trivia, included in their ticket. That’s bound to get you in the zone! Book your ticket now.
5. Check out the Just Not Australian exhibition
In this compelling exhibition, 19 Australian artists across generations and mediums join forces to explore contemporary Australian nationhood and identity. The exhibition presents a broad look at themes of race, place and belonging at this given point in time. Read more about it here.
6. Sing along to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
After a historic run at the Opera House with Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber has returned with yet another dazzling production. Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is currently delighting Sydneysiders at the Capitol Theatre. Beat the heat and book your tickets to this vibrant show here.
7. Dine at this new Mediterranean restaurant
St Siandra is the new waterfront restaurant on the northern beaches with spritzes on tap, Mediterranean cuisine and its own private white-sand beach. The multi-level beachfront restaurant overlooks the Spit with stunning water views and the menu celebrates Australian seafood and local producers. Book a table here.