Events on 1 May 2017 - Page 5

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Chinese Garden of Friendship

The Garden was designed and built by Chinese landscape architects and gardeners, and is governed by the Taoist principles of 'Yin-Yang' and the five opposite elements - earth, fire, water, metal and wood. These…


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Autopia Tours

Autopia Tours, the day tour specialists for Sydney and Melbourne tours. Autopia Tours will show you the highlights of Sydney, the wonder of the Blue Mountains and the history of the Hunter Valley Wine Region. Melbourne…


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The best view of Sydney and beyond!

There is no better place to observe the buzzing harbour city than atop The Sydney Tower Eye, whether it be soaking up the sun outside on a 45 minute guided SKYWALK tour (now with Mandarin audio guides), or from the…


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Sweet Addiction at The Calyx

See another side of nature and experience its stories in an unexpected way when The Calyx opens at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney on 11 June 2016, to form the centerpiece of the Garden’s 200th birthday. The Calyx…




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Bubbles & Oysters @ The Deck, Sydney

Starting January 3 at The Deck you can enjoy $15 glasses of French Champagne with $2.50 oysters, every day during Bubbles & Oysters Happy Hour.Plus if you're in the mood for celebrating, you can order a bottle of…


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Blue Mountains Explorer Bus

The Blue Mountains Explorer Bus takes you to MORE of the sights, faster and more frequently than any other Blue Mountains tour. Hop on and off at 32 stops in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area of Katoomba, Leura,…


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Head On

Exhibition - Sobered Communist Black and White Photography by Callum Royle.It is winter in Eastern Europe and it is difficult to separate the physical condition from the more abstract, psychological states within Callum…


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Talk by Jonathon Biggins

Don’t follow the story. Be the story.John Behan is a radio talkback host with a city in the palm of his hand. He fills Sydney’s airwaves with easy answers, hard facts be damned. Yesterday, he overstepped the…


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The Popular Mechanicals

A funny thing happened on the way to the theatreThe popular mechanicals are Shakespeare’s greatest clowns – the endearingly amateur acting ensemble led by Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Here,…