It’s Spring, it’s sunny and new season fruits abound. You may have seen make-shift stalls on the side of the road with boxes of mangoes, paw paw, strawberries for sale. They’re probably fresh from a farm and ripe to go. Knowing what’s in season and buying as close to the source as possible is the…

After a four year absence UP Town Festival will return to Quarry Green, Ultimo in October, reviving a popular annual event that ran for 31 years until 2012. Through the efforts of staff and volunteers, Pyrmont Ultimo Network of Services (PUNS) will reproduce the festival in all its former glory. When it began in 1981,…

It’s going to be a season of delight for all the senses at The Star this Spring as they present Spectacular – a festival of delicacies, magic, thrills and surprises. Throughout September, October and up to November 12, visitors to The Star complex can enjoy themed specials at some of the finest restaurants with the…

It is an historical tradition enacted by fishing communities throughout the world and introduced to Australia by Italian and Greek migrants – the annual Blessing of the Fleet. Sydney Fish Markets, whose trawlers have been operated by the Italian Bagnato family since mid-last century, has embraced this tradition making it an integral part of their…

The Sydney Fringe Festival is one of the largest and most diverse arts festivals hosted by this city with events hosted at venues all over the map. Broadway Shopping Centre is one of those venues. They’ll be hosting a unique exhibition of incredible wigs and headpieces created by wig master, Shaun McGrath. McGrath is a…

The Allocations Coordinator for City West Housing (CWH) has advised that several 2-bedroom apartments in the Pyrmont Ultimo area will be available for rental soon for eligible applicants. CWH is a non-for-profit organisation that helps people on low to moderate incomes find affordable housing in the Pyrmont Ultimo precinct. Currently, there is a shortfall in…

Celebrating the beauty and diversity of Australia’s heritage vessels and their craftspeople, the Classic and Wooden Boat Festival will return to Sydney’s Darling Harbour 13-15 April 2018. And festival organisers are calling on vessel owners to register their expressions of interest in bringing their heritage vessels to take part in the three day festival. The…

The weekly timetable for the Inner West Light Rail will be boosted by an additional 95 services to help accommodate the increasing number of passengers using the system. Since the extension to Dulwich Hill was completed in 2014, the light rail has seen an exponential rise in travellers. Early in 2016 an additional 90 services…

When you lay back into a blue and white striped lounge on the wide open terrace, gazing at an amber sunset and sipping slowly on a passionfruit mojito while a DJ plays chill-out grooves, you could easily believe you’re at a Mediterranean resort. You’re actually at Cafe del Mar, an oasis on a rooftop in…

How would you like to pilot a Boeing 737 over New York, Rio or Istanbul, then fly back home with a low pass over Sydney Harbour before touching down on a Botany Bay runway? Can’t fly a plane? Not an issue. With the incredible sensory immersion technology at Flight Experience Sydney, all you need is…