Ever wondered what it feels like to fly? Or have you ever wanted to experience the rush and adrenaline of swinging eight metres above the ground and being caught mid-air? Welcome to Sydney Trapeze School, the one and only Indoor Flying Trapeze School in the heart of Sydney, offering Flying Trapeze Classes to the general public in a safe, fun and motivating environment.
The flying trapeze is the newest and most unique fitness craze, with it already popular within the American community and celebrities. It is great for all ages, shapes and sizes. The flying trapeze is a fun way to tone your upper body and core muscles as well as improve your flexibility and self confidence.
Welcome to Manhattan Superbowl , where the fun and funk of the 60s are reborn in this one-of-a-kind entertainment venue.
Take a ride down "Route 66" and immerse yourself in the rare memorabilia, witnessing a revival of those good 'ol days. It's easy to find your way over to any of the 24 bowling alleys, latest amusement and arcade games or drinks at the Pontiac Bar The genuine 1959 Pontiac Laurentian car takes the centre stage surrounded by rare Route 66 memorabilia rekindling those colourful " Happy Days".
We have full facilities available for those with disabilities. Including bowling ball ramps and bowling balls with retractable handles, we cater for everybody's needs.
Deep sea fishing Sydney reef systems on a charter boat with one of Australia’s most experienced crews is an experience not to be missed. We offer a choice of two vessels licenced with the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries) in the charter boat category to accommodate the size of your group.
All our crew members are experienced fishermen particularly with the deep sea fishing principles and are fully licenced with New South Wales Maritime Authority. Operating from Cronulla in Sydney’s Southern anchorage of Port Hacking provides very quick access to some of the most productive deep sea fishing grounds especially off the Royal National Park.
Different times of the year generate different species of fish. For example, big snapper come in to spawn on the shallow reefs in colder months, whilst warmer water give better catches of large flathead and trevally.
Book your Whale Watching Adventure now and choose between two available cruises departing from Darling Harbour and Circular Quay. We have two different Whale Watching cruises for you to choose from starting from $60 per adult on our fast and exciting vessel Totally Wild. We update our sightings page daily and upload pictures from each cruise. That way you know exactly what you can expect when you come out with us
New Theatre is one of the oldest continuously producing theatre companies in Australia with a proud history that is intertwined with much of Sydney's social development and Australian theatre history.
From our beginnings as a political workers' theatre, we have grown to become one of Sydney's leading independent community theatre companies. Our productions range across drama, comedy, musicals, gay theatre, family shows, political cabaret and specialised education programs. We have revisited classic texts with bold new interpretations and premiered some of the finest contemporary writing.
New Theatre was born from a democratic voice and from the very beginning we’ve done things our way.
We’re not slick, we’re not refined and we don’t conform. We believe in artistic and social expression, not just escapism. When we take the stage, we’re for real.
Our doors are open to everyone – from those looking for their start, to those who never want it to end.
We’re a beacon for social movement; a hub for local enthusiasts. We’re driven by passion, not money.
We’re not interested in awards or accolades, we act out of love.
You can’t define us or second guess us. We won’t just invite you to take a seat, we invite you to take part. And we’ll always stay true to what we do. Always real. Always raw. Always New.
For over 30 years Dendy Cinemas has screened the best in quality cinema across the east coast of Australia.
In addition to its involvement in the Bridgeway Cinema and Tauranga Cinema in New Zealand, Dendy Cinemas operates 24 screens across its Byron Bay, Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney (Newtown and Circular Quay) locations, and remains the home of quality 2D and 3D cinema.
As well as its core film programming, the company is also home to a vibrant arts program of opera, theatre and ballet productions from some of the world’s finest companies.
Partnerships with some of the country’s most exciting film festivals showcase a range of exclusive content, while the company’s sponsorship of events such as the Sydney Film Festival’s Dendy Awards, Tropfest, and NIDA Week help support the local filmmaking community.
The Guild Theatre is a community theatre group that was officially opened on Saturday 5th March, 1966 by the Mayor of Rockdale, Alderman R. J. Gosling. The first production in the new premises was the comedy Quality Street by James M Barrie which opened on Friday 18th March. Further plays and festival wins continued throughout the sixties and into the seventies, along with continued renovations and improvements to the theatre.
The Enmore Theatre is located in the Newtown Entertainment Precinct, Sydney's unique heartland of live performance, music cinemas, restaurant, bars, cafes and hotels. Historic King St and Enmore Rd play host to this vibrant nightlife.
As a purpose built, dedicated live entertainment venue, the Factory hosts an array of live music and performances - from international rock concerts to intimate cabaret shows, film and dance. The Factory brings a breath of fresh air to Sydney's entertainment scene and a commitment to nurturing emerging performers and acts.
Hello out there Sydney, we are coming live from planet Vanguard.
Tick... Tock, Tick... Tock, it's time... it's time for a change.
For those of you who haven't yet heard, The Vanguard has recently had a change of ownership, and with new ownership comes new plans and ideas
The Sidetrack Theatre is a rustic and intimate 150-seat capacity performance space situated in the Inner-west’s Addison Rd Centre Complex, Marrickville. The space has a large stage area (up to 8 x 9 metres) with excellent acoustics and sight lines. It is ideally suited to both small to medium theatrical productions and shows in development. It is also well set up to cater for community based productions.
Sidetrack Theatre comes complete with onsite parking and a full support team behind each area from ticketing through to marketing & production.
An intimate setting that seats no more than 30-40 people where guests can relax in reclining chairs and enjoy full waiter service as well as a brand new menu.
We are pleased to advised that Santa has made his way to Southgate for another wonderful Christmas! Santa is now available daily, until Christmas Eve, for your precious photos. Please download the file below for Santa's hours.
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Centro Roselands is situated just off King Georges Road and is easily accessible by Canterbury Road and the M5 Motorway which are both only minutes away. Centro Roselands is 15 kms south west from the Sydney CBD.
Car parks can be easily accessed from Roselands Drive, Violet Street, Diana Avenue and Martin Street.
Pedestrian access to the Centre is via entries on Roselands Avenue and Violet Street.
Rockdale Plaza Shopping Centre is located in Rockdale, New South Wales.
Caringbah Shopping Village is located in Caringbah, New South Wales.
The Campsie Centre is located in Campsie, New South Wales.
Aboriginal & Pacific Art represents contemporary Aboriginal art from around Australia. Working with community-owned and -governed art centres, the gallery shows monthly exhibitions of new works, including painting, sculpture and works on paper, from established and emerging artists. Aboriginal & Pacific Art was established by Gabriella Roy in 1996 at the Sydney Dymock’s Building. She has worked with both Aboriginal and Pacific arts and artefacts for the past four decades and brings an acute sense of history and aesthetics to the gallery. At the Dymock’s space, Aboriginal & Pacific Art presented many groundbreaking shows, including solo exhibitions of the late Tiwi artists Kitty Kantilla (Kutuwulumi Purawarrumpatu) and Freda Warlapinni, and the late Fitzroy Crossing artist Janangoo Butcher Cherel. The gallery is also a long-standing representative of Tiwi artist Timothy Cook and South Australian Ngarrindjeri weaver Yvonne Koolmatrie.
Gabriella works together with the art advisors from community art centres to best represent the artists and their works. In 2005, the gallery moved to its current location in Waterloo’s 2 Danks Street, attracting a new and diverse audience. Here, Aboriginal & Pacific Art has presented the yearly Sydney exhibitions of Warakurna Artists, Tjala Arts and Tjungu Palya, all based in South Australia’s Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara (APY) Lands, and solo exhibitions of Tiwi artists Jean Baptiste Apuatimi and Timothy Cook. Aboriginal & Pacific Art is a member of the Australia Commercial Galleries Association (ACGA) and Gabriella is an accredited government valuer (since 1986). The gallery also represents works in the secondary market. The ‘Pacific’ of its title refers to Gabriella’s extensive knowledge and secondary market representation of Oceanic arts.
In September 1992 Darren Knight Gallery opened with a group exhibition at 65 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Exhibiting mainly Australian and New Zealand artists, the gallery operated from this small shop front space for four years before relocating to Sydney.
In February 1997 Darren Knight Gallery Sydney opened in a former pleating factory at 840 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo, the first gallery to establish itself in what is now a thriving arts precinct.
MAY SPACE, formerly known as Brenda May Gallery (2001-2016) and Access Contemporary Art Gallery (1985-2001), proudly represents a small group of accomplished artists, whilst also supporting established talent and creating opportunities for emerging artists. In addition, the Gallery fosters young curators and provides platforms for engaging curatorial projects.
The Gallery is devoted to promoting artists in Australia whose works are challenging, compelling and immersive. Expanding further into the Asia-Pacific region, the Gallery has recently exhibited at Art Stage Singapore and after two decades of involvement with the Melbourne Art Fair, at Sydney Contemporary at Carriageworks.
Black Box Projects was launched in 2014 and is one of the first spaces dedicated to exhibiting moving image artworks in a commercial gallery in Australia, substantiating the Gallery’s commitment to varied contemporary art practices.
Director, Annette Larkin, brings more than 23 years of specialist experience in the Australian and international art markets. In her 11 years at Christie's Australia, many as Associate Director and Head of contemporary art, she established stand-alone sales of contemporary art, liasing and traveling to Asia, United States and Europe often for the auctions of contemporary and modern international and asian art. Prior to this, Larkin worked at the major Sydney commercial gallery, Macquarie Galleries; with the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Newcastle Region Art Gallery. In 1994 she was selected by the Australian Government as the Australian Curator and Commissioner for the VIII Indian Triennale, New Delhi.
Factory 49 is an artist run Showroom that presents contemporary abstraction (non-objective) art, showcases solo shows, and changes every 2 weeks. Openings are every second Wed 6-8 pm.
Kamikaze Wasabi is an exhibition of extraordinary variety (with works across the mediums of collage, drawing, pastel and painting). Hitesh Natalwala exposes his fascination with the intricacies and iconographies of different cultures.
On completion of training, returned to the country and built a home and studio in the Moonbi mountains north of Tamworth.
Painted and exhibited widely throughout the region, in both solo and group shows.
Set amid landscaped gardens, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre has been specifically designed to appeal to the whole community. The combination of a major public gallery with a comprehensive arts centre, cafe, theatrette and community gallery makes a unique creative resource for everyone.
INDEX. is a contemporary Artist Run Initiative in St. Peters, Sydney. Our aim is to allows artists to take risks and experiment with new work in a context that produces dialogue around the work and allows for the reflection of peers. Eight long term studios are combined with two short term project spaces to encourage the diversity of dialogue and increase the possibility of challenge or influence across both generational and disciplinary boundaries.
Our program ranges from solo and group exhibitions to developmental project space residencies, performance events, reading groups and other dialogue producing activities. INDEX. is also committed to creating connections with other local, grass roots organizations, facilitating cooperative arts and community conceived advocacy.
The Kerrie Lowe Gallery specialises in contemporary ceramics as well as painting, printmaking, jewellery and sculpture. We also support the ceramic community by providing Sydney’s only inner city outlet for ceramic supplies.
Located at the Sydney University end of King Street, our usual schedule features two concurrent exhibitions; one in the Shopfront Gallery and one in the Small Gallery.
Serious fun for all ages - completely equipped for birthday parties, casual play, groups, teens, adults, youth groups, church groups, company parties, fundraisers and more!
Zone 3 Five Dock and Caringbah are Sydney’s most experienced Laser Tag facilities, offering state of the art laser tag games, arcade games and awesome birthday parties...if you’ve never been to Zone 3, you’re missing out!
Playing Zone 3 does not require any prior skills. All players receive a full briefing explaining how the game operates. During play an experienced staff member will be in the arena to help anyone that needs a hand.
Bring a bit of the 50s, 60s or 70s into the home with a unique piece from Retro on Regent. Furniture, lighting and odds and ends from decades past ranging from one-off kitsch to retro designer are hand-picked for the Redfern store. The retailer features an array of mid-twentieth century design pieces from Australia and around the world.
From children's toys and watering cans to chairs and suitcases, Doug Up on Bourke has it all. Starting as nothing more than the owner's hobby, this Waterloo store now specialises in Australian-sourced stock dating from the mid-1800s to the late 1950s and has grown into a whole warehouse to peruse the past for century-old treasures and rustic antiques.
Follow is a new design concept store nestled away in a beautiful heritage listed shop on the corner of Cleveland and Marlborough Street in Surry Hills. The store proprietors are the duo behind the Finders Keepers Markets, and have been advocates of supporting emerging design since their first beginnings in 2007. This lovely new store features a curated selection of over 40 independent designers from around Australia, which will be continually introducing new designs and limited edition products to the store. The store features a wonderful range of products from art prints, contemporary jewellery, clothing, textiles and home wares. For those not in Sydney, they sell and ship worldwide on their online shop!