Events on 19 November 2023 - Page 6


Dine into the night at Mr. Wong

Mr. Wong does Cantonese-style food in a larger than life way. Seating 240 people over two levels and serving a selection of up to 80 dishes, it’s a big affair. Yet somehow the restaurant still manages to feel…


Happy Hour @ The Argyle

Introducing The Argyle’s ‘BIGGER IS BETTER’ Happy Hour. ?? We’re ‘blowing up’ the scene with: $30 3L Cocktail Balloons$19 1L Beer Jugs$169 1.5L Moet Chandon$10 Signature Long…


From Our House to Yours

Bringing our stages to your sofa, our new digital program comes to you weekly from our House to yours. Includes - Digital Season Tune in weekly from Wednesday to Sunday at 6pm for archival footage, live…


Shaped by the Sea

Discover stories of deep time Australia As an island nation, Australia has a unique relationship with the ocean. Over tens of thousands of years, the sea and our inland waters have shaped this continent and sustained…


Eden Gardens Display Garden

Wonder through the award winning gardens and you start to get a feel for what a pleasure garden is all about. Unlike a botanical garden, this internationally recognised private garden is a place of fun and sharing. So…


Hyde Park Barracks

A UNESCO World Heritage site in the heart of contemporary Sydney, the Hyde Park Barracks is an extraordinary record of the living legacy of colonial Australia. Originally built to house convicts, the Barracks also…


Ai Sasaki: Wayfinder's Passage

"Ai Sasaki: Wayfinder’s Passage" is a solo exhibition by Ai Sasaki, a contemporary Japanese artist based in Osaka. Curated by Yu Iseki (Curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito), this exhibition…


HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures

HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures amongst the gardens and graves of Australia’s oldest working cemetery – Rookwood. Now in its 13th year, HIDDEN will include over 40 established and emerging artists, including…

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