Saturday, December 15, 2012

Things to do in Sydney in December 2012

Kids Holiday Activities

Random Xmas Market

When:Between Monday 17 December and Monday 24 December from 11.00 to 19.00;


Running every day from 17th – 24th of December

Where:He Made She Made, 70 Oxford Street Darlinghurst 2010

An eclectic mix of art and design, stallholders include The Fortynine Studio, Marcue, QWUX & The Rah Collective, Dear Pluto, Agogwe + Otso, Square Peg Studios, Peek Art & Co plus daily decoration workshops from Kit Palaskas and her Craft Bike.
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The Rocks Village Bizarre

Between Friday 02 November and Sunday 23 December from 18.30 to 22.00

6.30pm – 10pm; Every Friday; 2 Nov – 21 Dec

Where:The Rocks , cnr George & Argyle Streets The Rocks 2000


Draw back the velvet curtain and enter The Rocks Village Bizarre for a Friday night adventure into the weirdly wonderful. Meet peculiar performers, burlesque beauties and a cornucopia of curious characters. Experience a fun, quirky, spontaneous night out as The Rocks’ intimate laneways come alive.

Spin some celluloid at the pedal-powered cinema, get down at the silent disco and strut along to a secret hotel room for a peekaboo, car crash, rock star afterparty piece of theatre. Plus, hone your hula hoop skills, hear the hilariously twisted tale of convict butcher George Cribb and head to The Hidden Feast for a decadent yet surreal 10-minute dinner with a yarn-spinning celebrity artist!

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Monday, December 3, 2012

Whats on in Sydney - 9 Dec 2012

National Geographic Live! Mattias Klum: The Last Wild Places

Sunday 9 December 2012

Take an awe-inspiring journey around the world, featuring unique perspectives on some of Earth's natural wonders-including India's Asiatic lions, African wildlife, Iceland's glaciers, the rainforests of Southeast Asia and the Gal├ípagos Islands. 

Your guide? One of the most important natural history photographers of our time. Through Klum's camera lens, you'll get an up-to-date report on the state of our planet. And, you'll marvel at the beauty of the natural world captured in striking new photographs and high-definition video from his most recent expeditions to the world's last wild places. 

Enjoy his trademark humour, passion and optimism, as Klum reaches out to audiences on an emotional level, combining astute observations with concrete solutions for sustainability. Perfect for explorers of any age, National Geographic Live is an unmissable celebration of the natural world in all its enchanting glory.

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