We Can

With Sydney gripped by Mardi Gras fever and its focus on the LGBTIQ community, it’s also a great opportunity to shine a light on LGBTIQ health concerns.  One particular area of concern is HIV prevention. Late last year ACON launched the We Test campaign which urged all gay and bisexual men across NSW to continue testing regularly […]

Sydney Tomato Festival

Returning to Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens for another year of local produce, activities, talks, food, wine, and of course, tomatoes is Sydney’s Tomato Festival. Held within the gardens there will be something to do for everyone with kid’s activities during the day to a Retro Movie Night in the evening. With this year’s theme being […]

Dr Jordan B Peterson – 12 Rules For Life

Renowned psychologist, professor and bestselling author Dr Jordan B Peterson is set to inspire and thrill audiences during his Australian 12 Rules For Life Tour. His show will hit Sydney on February 26 to an anticipated sell-out crowd. Dr Peterson’s show will feature a huge range of educational and entertaining talks, including coverage of topics such […]


Just because the summer holiday break is over doesn’t mean we can’t gather the workplace around for a good old fashioned Aussie barbecue, and it can support a great cause at the same time. Cure Cancer is encouraging workplaces around Sydney to get together and turn the next social gathering or Friday afternoon drinks into […]

Paddy’s Pop-Up: Kids Weeks

If you’re a parent in Sydney you’re no doubt looking for new activities to entertain the kids as the school holidays near their end. Paddy’s Markets have some very exciting events planned over the next two weekends which will perfectly satisfy that need. Whether your child likes playing video games or doing arts and crafts […]

Suppression Dam

Three internationally-renowned art music ensembles, Ensemble Offspring (Sydney), International Contemporary Ensemble (New York/Chicago) and Ensemble Adapter (Berlin), are set to unite at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) for a world-exclusive performance this weekend. By combining the forces of the three groups Suppression Dam will present a surround-sound experience in the vast Turbine Hall, for Sydney […]

REVIEW: Cork & Canvas

A paint brush in one hand, a glass of wine in the other and a blank canvas in front of you. It may not sound like the average night out, but the paint and sip industry which has captured the “fun things you can do with friends and strangers” market in America is already showing […]

Sydney’s Degustation Menu

Throughout Sydney we have an abundance of world class restaurants and eateries. Generally in order to experience the delights these have to offer you would have to make a booking and dedicate a night out to one individual venue, next weekend though the Taste Of Sydney Collective will bring together over 30 of the city’s […]

Feminist Writers Festival

The first Sydney iteration of the Feminist Writers Festival (FWF) will be held from Nov 1-3 in collaboration with the UTS Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion. The three day event will explore the theme “Rewriting The Story” through a series of panels and workshops on subjects including activism, fiction and intersectional lives of women. […]

Willie The Boatman’s Beer & Food Truck Festival

Willie The Boatman, St Peter’s very own craft beer brewery and tasting room, is set to host the mother of all beer and food truck festivals this Saturday. Featuring brews from 10 award-winning local breweries – including the likes of Young Henry’s, Grifter, Batch Brewing Co, Sauce, Wayward, Yulli’s, Shark Island and Stockade as well […]