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Badu Gili

Badu Gili

Wednesday, 28th June 2017 - Thursday, 9th July 2020
In response to the Australian government’s restrictions on public gatherings, we regret to advise that the spectacular nightly Badu Gili sails projections have been cancelled until further notice. Bow and Arrow’s Badu Gili Live performance will also no longer proceed. For more information, please see Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) update. Badu Gili – meaning ‘water light’ in the language of the traditional owners of Bennelong Point, the Gadigal people – is a new daily experience that will explore ancient First Nations stories in a spectacular seven-minute projection, illuminating the Opera House’s eastern Bennelong sail year-round at sunset. A celebration of the…
Learn to make cocktails!

Learn to make cocktails!

Saturday, 24th March 2018 - Sunday, 23rd March 2025
Learn to make a variety of cocktails, with guidance from some of Sydney's best mixologists. Master the classics and try the exotics. Drink as you go and have a fantastic evening out that you won't forget, no matter how much you end up drinking! Due to current advice on public gatherings, please contact the host of this event to confirm it is proceeding as planned.
Fun Japanese Cooking Workshops with Yoshiko

Fun Japanese Cooking Workshops with Yoshiko

Saturday, 24th March 2018 - Saturday, 1st February 2025
Enjoy a lovely afternoon with a superstar chef, who's the author of multiple cookbooks and is passionate about healthy Japanese cuisine. Yoshiko Takeuchi has worked across many of Sydney's top restaurants, including Tetsuya's. She'll provide all the ingredients and equipment, as well as step by step guidance, for you to re-create tasty and nutritious Japanese-inspired food, both savoury and desserts. Don't worry, this isn't a Masterchef pressure test - no student gets left behind! Perfect for a fun time out by yourself or with friends. See the website link for more details. Due to current advice on public gatherings, please…
PHILAS Open Day

PHILAS Open Day

Saturday, 18th February 2017 - Saturday, 17th October 2020
The Open Days are held three times each year, on the third Saturday of February, June and October each year. Running from 10am to about 4pm. Collectors can bring lots for sale-by-tender (minimum reserve AUD5). Bring lots before 11am and use only the Philas lotting form. Each Open Day features: Stamp dealers. Stamp club circuit books. Sale-by-tender. Mini Auction at 2.30pm (viewing ceases at 2pm) - no buyers commission. Stamp collecting and exhibiting advice. Philas Library is open. Free sample bag for Children. Light refreshments can be purchased - Sandwiches, Tea, Coffee and Soft Drinks. The Open Days are timed…
Philas Stamp Auction No. 136

Philas Stamp Auction No. 136

Saturday, 8th July 2017 - Saturday, 11th July 2020
About Philas Auctions. The Philas Stamp Auctions, established in 1975 is the oldest philatelic auction service in NSW for the benefit of stamp collectors, and the future of philately. Nett proceeds of their auctions remain in NSW to foster philately - there are no shareholders and no paid staff. Philas is a 100 per cent Voluntary, Not-for-Profit independent organisation. You too can become a Philas helper. About Philas. The Philatelic Association of NSW, Inc. (Philas) was established in 1971, and is a non-profit, multicultural association representing over 50 affiliated stamp clubs and societies in NSW. The primary aims of Philas…
PHILAS Stamp Auction No. 137

PHILAS Stamp Auction No. 137

Saturday, 11th November 2017 - Saturday, 14th November 2020
About Philas Auctions. The Philas Stamp Auctions, established in 1975 is the oldest philatelic auction service in NSW for the benefit of stamp collectors, and the future of philately. Nett proceeds of their auctions remain in NSW to foster philately - there are no shareholders and no paid staff. Philas is a 100 per cent Voluntary, Not-for-Profit independent organisation. You too can become a Philas helper. About Philas. The Philatelic Association of NSW, Inc. (Philas) was established in 1971, and is a non-profit, multicultural association representing over 50 affiliated stamp clubs and societies in NSW. The primary aims of Philas…
Flower Arranging with Australian Natives

Flower Arranging with Australian Natives

Thursday, 22nd March 2018 - Thursday, 24th March 2033
Make your own bouquet (yours to keep), with Australian native flowers and shrubs. No prior experience is needed - master florist Christopher Saban, who has over 15 years of experience, will guide you step by step in this fun and relaxing class. He will provide you with insider tips and tricks on how best to combine elements to produce aesthetically pleasing arrangements, while allowing you to express your creativity. You'll learn more about Australian flora, as you go behind the scenes at one of Sydney's premier florists. You'll walk away with a wonderful arrangement, a fond memory, and a new…
Glebe Markets

Glebe Markets

Saturday, 23rd December 2017 - Saturday, 31st December 2022
Join the locals in their weekly visit to Glebe Markets. Glebe Markets is all at once vibrant, alternative, cool and chaotic. With 200 stalls you will find the most amazing objects and people. There is always great foods to try and you can sit on the lawn , listen to the musician with your choice from the international food stalls or maybe some great cakes and coffee. Get a Henna tattoo. Meet the artists and makers. See the best selection of vintage in Sydney. Buy what you like but the atmosphere is free. Due to current advice on public gatherings,…
Make your own Jewelry

Make your own Jewelry

Saturday, 17th March 2018 - Saturday, 26th February 2022
Learn to make your own jewelry, with a renowned local designer. You'll be provided with lots of great materials and all the specialist equipment and guidance required to craft a beautiful and unique creation. This class is fun, informal, and perfect for beginners. Separate sessions available for various types of jewelry, included beaded jewelry, earrings, delicate style jewelry, wire wrapped stones, and much more. Due to current advice on public gatherings, please contact the host of this event to confirm it is proceeding as planned.
How to find your Family History: Hambledon Cottage House Museum

How to find your Family History: Hambledon Cottage House Museum

Saturday, 3rd February 2018 - Saturday, 7th November 2020
The Family History Group of the membership holds a meeting on the first Saturday of the months February to November in Hambledon Cottage Coach House. Afternoon tea is provided, admittance by gold coin and everyone is welcome. Parramatta and District Historical Society supports a programme of guest speakers delivering illustrated talks on a wide range of subjects. Family History research is conducted on Tuesday in Hambledon Cottage Coach House where a team of volunteers use the library of local history. For more information, please contact the Parramatta and District Historical Society or visit the web site. Due to current advice…
Learn Your History Saturday: Parramatta and District Historical Society

Learn Your History Saturday: Parramatta and District Historical Society

Saturday, 6th February 2016 - Saturday, 7th November 2020
Come along to hear guest speakers give illustrated talks on Family History subjects. The exploration of your family history through internet, journals and reference folios are available at the Society headquarters. If you are looking to research your family history, come to the Saturday meeting where Society members will guide you. Meet on the first Saturday of the month from February to November. Hambledon Cottage is also open on the day and the guided tour offers you a unique opportunity to experience life style of the 19th century. Due to current advice on public gatherings, please contact the host of…
Bundeena Saltwater Market

Bundeena Saltwater Market

Sunday, 3rd January 2016 - Sunday, 6th December 2020
Bundeena Saltwater Market is run on the first Sunday of the month. Come down and chill out in the picturesque coastal town of Bundeena. From Cronulla Wharf take a scenic ferry ride across the water to this hamlet in the Hacking. If coming by car enjoy a wonderful drive through the Royal National Park. Just a short walk from Bundeena wharf you can drop by the local Saltwater Market featuring products from several local artists and natural product suppliers. And for the foodie there's fresh baked bread, specialty cheeses, and home made jams and chutneys. After the markets, stroll along…
Blacktown Markets

Blacktown Markets

Sunday, 7th January 2018 - Sunday, 26th December 2021
Located in Sydney's last remaining Drive In Theatre, the Skyline Drive In, this bustling market is held every Sunday from 7am till 2pm. Complementing the wide variety of stallholders are food trucks and pop up cafes. Enjoy live music performances and a jumping castle for the kids. Due to current advice on public gatherings, please contact the host of this event to confirm it is proceeding as planned.
Brackets and Jam Kincumber Mountain

Brackets and Jam Kincumber Mountain

Friday, 3rd November 2017 - Friday, 27th November 2020
Brackets and Jam is a regular monthly event, featuring “brackets” of local music and performance interspersed with drum “jams" and open mic opportunities. Their Brackets South event takes place on top of beautiful Kincumba Mountain. The community built venue is a mud brick and natural timber building which sits in a bushland reserve, with panoramic views of Brisbane water and magnificent sunsets over the hills beyond. This venue is the birthplace of Brackets and Jam on the Central Coast and the community considers it as it's spiritual home. The Mountain itself holds a strong significance for their Aboriginal community, and…
Avoca Beachside Markets

Avoca Beachside Markets

Sunday, 26th February 2017 - Sunday, 24th January 2021
***Currently no markets for April, May, June due to COVID-19*** Avoca Beachside Markets is a multiple award winning boutique event held the fourth Sunday of each month at Heazlett Park Foreshore and the picturesque backdrop of Avoca Beach. This free monthly event has become the premier artist, food and musician's community market on the Central Coast for the past 10+ years and a must visit for out of town travellers and day trippers. Shop at the 120 plus stalls in a relaxing and creative environment with products ranging from local art, eco, recycled and up-cycled goods, skincare, jewellery, homewares and…
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