As the winter chill approaches it would be easy for Sydney-siders to retreat into their warm homes but the Vivid Festival ensures we do not hibernate. This festival transforms the city into a wonderland of light art sculptures and grand-scale projections  for everybody to enjoy. This is the largest outdoor ‘art-gallery’ in the world and, Read More

  Surfing in many ways is a simple sport. You don’t need a board, but it is more fun with one. You find a wave, paddle with enough speed to catch a wave and enjoy a short thrill as you move toward the shore. You can be as creative, energetic and radical as you, Read More

The 2014 Biennale of Sydney runs for 13 glorious-weather weeks, bringing together the work of 90 different artists from 31 countries. It brings ‘sexy’ into a contemporary public art real and creates an happy anarchy for Sydney. Your guide to the Biennal: Cockatoo Island Cockatoo Island Couple of months ago I was right here, Read More

Vivid Sydney is back, with bigger and brighter displays courtesy of some of the world’s best thinkers, artists and musicians. Top 10 things to do: 1. The Sydney Opera House sails Its roof looks like a wonderous broken eggshell, but when the ‘sails’ of this Sydney icon are lit up like a peacock then jaws literally, Read More

There’s just something about the crisp winter air, listening to your fave bands in the sunshine, dancing along with crowds of people to music that moves you… And without any warning i scored a ticket to Splendour in the Grass festival – a music and art festival heald over 3 days at Byron Bay., Read More

No matter where you go around the globe, everybody loves a good party. Festivals are a living museum of cultures and traditions in an increasingly globalised world. There is no better place for travellers to understand a country than an event where it proudly celebrates its individuality, whether through music, camel races or monumental food fights. Being at festivals, Read More

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