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Written by Rebecca Beaton
WHAT TO DO IN SYDNEY
Italian liqueur brand Disaronno has opened a world-first Disaronno themed boutique accommodation. The themed villas are Tuscan and Bellagio inspired Bed and Breakfast taking over Guestlands Italia B&B, now themed as ‘La Casa Del Disaronno’. Each villa features a luxurious fit-out and an antipasto picnic basket for guests to enjoy on the quaint private balcony or to take with them to one of the many scenic outdoor locations within the grounds.
Located at The Entertainment Quarter, Hyper Karting is karting reimagined! Think electric karts, faster speeds, environmentally friendly, an all-weather track that’s safe and inclusive!
After a two-year hiatus, this year’s Night Noodle Markets have returned to Prince Alfred Park. Each evening, the popular park will be transformed into a vibrant, open-air Asian street food festival, with live entertainment and hawker-style stalls and pop-ups serving up their most drool-worthy dishes, drinks and bites.
When: 22nd – 27th March | More info here
Body-positivity app, Mys Tyler’s digital influencers have come together at Birkenhead Point for a month-long fashion event. Including styling sessions, masterclasses, fashion shows and live photoshoots created for ladies of all sizes, shapes, cultures, ages and styles, empowering them to love their bodies.
Ends: 12th March | More info here
Sparkling SYDNEY is a unique sparkling wine festival returning to Pirrama Park, Pyrmont on 12th March. The event celebrates all things effervescent with more than 60 sparkling wines to enjoy.
When: 12th March | Buy tickets here
Celebrate Sydney’s first major NFT art exhibition at Bondi’s Satellite. The month-long exhibition will showcase 11 of Australia’s most innovative NFT artists where you can discover and learn about collecting and creating NFTs in the education hub or digitally immerse yourself in a sensory experience.
When: 10th March – 3rd April | More info here
WHAT TO DO IN MELBOURNE
Smith St Bistrot by Scott Pickett Group has opened its doors, the new venue offers a French bistro experience in Melbourne’s inner-north and delivers a melange of Pickett’s favourite French dishes enjoyed from Lille to Lyon.
The Australian Shakespeare Company is bringing its second Shakespeare Under the Stars show to the outdoor stage, with Peter Quince presenting A Midsummer Mechanical’s Dream. Created and directed by Glenn Elston OAM, the show brings six of Shakespeare’s most loved, comical characters the Mechanicals to life.
Buy tickets here
Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show presented by Scotts Osmocote will return to Carlton Gardens. Over five days, the coveted festival will feature never-before-seen floral and landscape designs, educational talks from industry elites, hands-on workshops, and a catalogue of the latest and greatest gardening products.
When: 30th March until 3rd April | Buy tickets here
East Malvern Food & Wine Festival will be taking place this month in East Malvern’s picturesque Central Park. This exclusive food and wine extravaganza will offer a boutique experience as attendees stroll through the open green spaces, wine, dine and recline in the leisurely surrounds.
More info here
HER Rooftop has officially opened on top of Melbourne’s newest sky-high mega-venue from the Arbory guys. Inspired by European romance, some things on offer are burnt pineapple margaritas, pink grapefruit Palomas, and a mix of Euro aperitifs.
More info here
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