Festival Hoopla

September 15, 2014
Burwood festival 2014 – Sunday 21st September A community festival held in a beautiful park works like kryptonite against the hustle and bustle of Inner Sydney. Celebrating its 30th birthday, Burwood Festival has gotten so good […]

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September 12, 2014
Green festivities These school holidays MarketPlace continues to put the fun into environmental education. From the 22nd of September to the 3rd of October MarketPlace Leichhardt will be hosting their annual Enviro Expo and this […]

Dully Delights

September 1, 2014
Not many Sydneysiders would be willing to call their area of residence a village but for those dwelling in the leafy streets of Dulwich Hill there isn’t a more appropriate word to describe this suburb’s […]

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September 1, 2014
Balmain Sinfonia hits a high note In honour of Macquarie University’s 50th Jubilee, Balmain Sinfonia are presenting a brilliant program of classics, as well as a surprise selection of music from the times of Lachlan […]

Footprints ecofestival

August 18, 2014
Now in its fourth year, the much loved Footprints Eco Festival returns for 2014 at Whites Creek Valley Park, Annandale, from 10am to 3pm on August 24th. This year’s festival is choc-a-bloc with feel good […]

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August 15, 2014
Any change? Founded by Dulwich Hill musician Josh Pyke, the annual Busking for Change charity event returns this year in support of the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. Over the past five years, Josh has raised $43,000 […]

Benvenuto a Ferragosto!

August 4, 2014
Canada Bay’s Italian Festival – Sunday 17th August In celebration of all things Italian and to mark the middle of the famous European summer, every August Five Dock comes alive at Ferragosto… There is so […]

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August 1, 2014
Hitting high notes It has been years since the world’s most beloved tenor, Andrea Bocelli, visited our shores, but this September he will be back in Australia performing his greatest hits. Playing at the Allphones […]

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July 18, 2014
Fairy tales Opening at King Street Theatre this July, A View of Concrete is the must-see Australian play by Gareth Ellis… In a sprawling metropolis, where all the trees have been replaced with telephone boxes, the […]

Candlelit vigil for women's homelessness shelters

July 17, 2014
Thursday 24 July Candlelit vigil to restore NSW Women’s Homelessness Shelters In order to shine a light on the state wide closure of independent women’s homelessness services, a candlelit vigil is being held by university […]
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