Best ways to get around Sydney

If you’re visiting Sydney, Australia, you’re in for a trip of a lifetime. From it’s bustling city to it’s world famous harbour, it’s a destination unlike any other. With plenty of attractions and free things to do, you won’t want to waste a second during your visit. Getting about it a lot easier than most […]

Sydney Craft Beer Week!

Boom Shaka-lager! Sydney’s largest celebration of craft beer, Sydney Craft Beer Week is back for its sixth year in 2016. Mark your calendars and join in the pursuit of hoppyness from Friday 21 October to Sunday 30 October 2016. In 2015 there were over 130 events held across 70 of Sydney’s leading venues, the festival has seen everything […]

New Rooftop Pool

The Star Sydney’s Astral Towers, a luxurious 480-room five star hotel, has launched a new rooftop, indoor/outdoor pool for hotel guests. Perched atop The Star, Sydney’s only integrated resort, the pool at Astral Towers was re-designed to take advantage of the stunning Sydney harbour location providing expansive views of iconic Sydney Harbour, the city skyline […]

Sydney 2000 offers free Wi-Fi

Captain Cook Cruises now has free Wi-Fi available on the Sydney Harbour cruise vessel MV Sydney 2000. To log in guests simply open a browser, type in the password Captain and complete the compulsory Customer Satisfaction Survey. They will then be redirected to ‘Google’ In time the password will be made available via Q codes […]

Sydney Garden Show

Australian Garden Show Sydney, Centennial Park 5-8 September The countdown has officially begun to the start of the Australian Garden Show Sydney – the new international event tipped to become the most prestigious gardening event in the Southern Hemisphere. The Australian Garden Show Sydney, which was secured by the NSW Government’s tourism and major events […]

Sydney – More public toilets!

A voluntary scheme will encourage Sydney retailers, cafes and other businesses to open their toilets to the public. The open door policy, coupled with 15 new public toilets in city streets and parks, is part of the City of Sydney’s plan to provide more high-quality, accessible public amenities. A draft strategy to go before the […]

Kiwi passengers have dress circle view – Vivid Sydney

KIWI PASSENGERS ON P&O CRUISES’ PACIFIC PEARL HAVE DRESS CIRCLE FOR WORLD FAMOUS VIVID SYDNEY LIGHT AND SOUND EVENT Hundreds of New Zealand passengers on a cruise to Australia onboard P&O Cruises’ superliner Pacific Pearl are set for a dress circle view of the world famous Vivid Sydney festival of light, music and ideas around […]

Dive into Prince Alfred Park Pool

Prince Alfred Park Pool, the City of Sydney’s new all-year round heated outdoor 50-metre pool, opened for swimming today – with free entry for six months. Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the entire community could be proud of the beautiful new pool. “Residents, visitors and workers have been incredibly patient as issues including, unusually high […]

Crane Bar Restaurant

Crane Bar Restaurant, Sydney’s newest Japanese bar, dining and event venue launched to industry representatives, celebrities, socialites and the media last night, 8 May 2013 in a sumptuous evening of eclectic live entertainment, fabulous food and a stream of unique and delicious beverages. The latest addition to the recently revitalised Bayswater Rd precinct, Crane Bar […]

Australia’s Largest Ever Indigenous Festival

Called Corroboree, the new annual festival will find a home in Sydney for at least the next three years. It will be held over 11 days, from 14 November to 24 November, 2013 and is being put together by nine of Sydney’s major arts and cultural institutions which have strong Indigenous programs. It has unprecedented […]