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Taronga Wild! Rhinos Trail

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 31/01/2014 - 09:11 pm
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A huge herd of 125 wildly colourful rhino sculptures have charged into town to create an amazing sculpture trail through the streets, parks and public spaces of Sydney, Dubbo and surrounds during February - April 2014 to help raise awareness of the critical plight facing rhinos through poaching and habitat loss.

Click here to view the trail map!

To find out more head to Taronga Zoo

Yum Chat at Opera Kitchen

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 30/01/2014 - 07:20 am
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To celebrate Chinese New Year, Opera Kitchen at Sydney Opera House are serving up a tantalising, set yum cha menu for four.

All the staples are on the menu - plump har gau (prawn dumplings), fluffy steamed buns, chicken wrapped in sticky rice, and custard tarts.

You're sure to discover a mouth-watering way to celebrate the Year of the Horse.

For the full menu and further info click here

The Sydney Opera House Tour

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 30/01/2014 - 09:23 pm
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Discover all that lies beneath the sails of Sydney Opera House.Step inside the inspired theatres where more than 1600 performances come to life each year, and learn how Danish architect Jorn Utzon's groundbreaking design and vision for a world class performing arts venue came into existence.

View and book a tour: http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com/visit...

Discover Sydney on Australia Day

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 24/01/2014 - 08:27 am
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Celebrate Australia Day with Sydney Livings and enjoy concession admission to Sydney's historic houses and museums.
 
Spend a relaxing day at one of the beautiful properties – enjoy a picnic at Elizabeth Farm or Vaucluse House, or explore Elizabeth Bay House or Rouse Hill House & Farm.
 
Find out more at Sydney Livings

Free Special Australia Day Walk

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 21/01/2014 - 05:44 pm
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Start your Australia Day celebration in the Royal Botanic Garden by joining a walk exploring the many layers of history that are imbedded throughout the Royal Botanic Garden.

Australia Day walk 26 January 2014, 10.30 am-12 noon  - meet at the Information Booth at the Garden Shop (Bookings required for organised groups Ph: 9231 8134)

Experienced volunteer guides will share their knowledge of the Cadigal, the Indigenous inhabitants of the area and the stories about the establishment of the first European agriculture on this site.

Find out more at Royal Botanic Garden

Year of the Horse at the Sydney Opera...

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 20/01/2014 - 09:37 pm
Category: Latest News

Sydney’s Lunar New Year is right around the corner! To celebrate Sydney Opera House will welcome the Year of the Horse with new culinary experiences, special tours and a site dressed in red and gold.
 
From January 24 to February 9, you'll will be able to explore this architectural wonder and enjoy its sunset views on the Lucky Red Sunset Tour or peer behind the scenes on our Year of the Horse Tours in both Chinese and Korean.
 
You will also be able to feast on a range of yum cha favourites from the Opera Kitchen chefs. Or take some good fortune home with a Sydney Opera House red lantern or Year of the Horse collector’s coin from the Sydney Oper ...

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Family fun day: Viking Invasion

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 17/01/2014 - 04:47 pm
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This Sunday 19th February Australian National Maritime Museum is hotsting a Vikings themed Family Fun Day extravaganza presented by Viking re-enactors.
 
Play like a Viking with traditional game tournaments, fight like a Viking in interactive displays of battle tactics and armour, trade like a Viking in the market-stalls and craft like a Viking with artisan demonstrations and workshop.
 
Find out more at Australian National Maritime Museum.

Sydney Theatre Company Pre Season Bri...

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 16/01/2014 - 09:31 pm
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Meet the Long Way Home cast and key creatives at the FREE pre-season briefing on 3 February at The Wharf.
 
This is your perfect chance to find out more about the creative process which will help you get more out of the play when you see it.
 
Seats are free and can be reserved online a month prior to each briefing.
 
To find out more head to Sydney Theatre Comapany

Valentines Night with the Stars 2014

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 15/01/2014 - 10:26 pm
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Love is in the air at Madame Tussauds this Valentines Day!
Create a memorable evening with your husband, wife, partner, friend, mum, dad, and the stars at Madame Tussauds in Sydney’s beautiful Darling Harbour.
This romantic and unique event includes a star-studded night out where you will…

Walk the red-carpet like an A-list star on arrival and enter the popular Madame Tussauds attraction 
Sip a champagne cocktail or a beer served by cupid, whilst enjoying our romantic setting(alcohol included)
Enjoy a selection of pre or post dinner savoury and sweet canapés 
Get a specially printed Valentine's Day photograph to take home 
Capture your fun Valentin ...

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Australia Day: HM Bark Endeavour sail

by whatsoninsydney.com.au on 13/01/2014 - 09:16 pm
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Australian National Maritime Museum's Endeavour is joining in on the fun and games along with the other tall ships at Campbells Cove, before it heads into the harbour to absorb the colour and spectacle of the annual Australia Day parade.

You can join in on the action and climb aboard to watch the famous Ferrython, and then enjoy the thrill of being in the tall ships race - the most hotly contested race of the day! After the race Endeavour will lead the tall ships back to the museum.

For more information head to Australian National Maritime Musuem or email members@anmm.gov.au