The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the leading museum of art in New South Wales and Sydney, and one of Australia's foremost cultural institutions. It holds significant collections of Australian, European and Asian art, and presents nearly forty exhibitions annually.
One of the most popular art museums in Australia, visited by over 1.3 million people annually, the Gallery is far more than just a destination for looking at pictures. It’s also a place to enjoy lectures and symposia, films, music and performances, meet friends for a meal or coffee in the cafe or restaurant, or browse in the Gallery Shop. Our range of access programs is aimed at engaging diverse audiences with different needs. And more than 100 000 students visit each year to take part in our engaging and stimulating education programs.
Sky dive over Penrith Lakes which is against the backdrop of The Blue Mountains and one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Sydney, NSW.
Free courtesy bus for all TANDEM JUMPERS to the DROPZONE.
The youngest age for TANDEM SKYDIVE is 14 years
Our friendly professional staff will ensure your skydive is an adventure you will never forget.
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Strike redefines the fun and age old bowling experience for the 21st century; enjoying the gourmet food and cool chic environment is just part of the hypnotic Strike experience. Picture Private Bowling Lounges, giant lane-end plasmas, on-lane special effects lighting, computerised scoring, lane-side food and beverage service, deluxe karaoke rooms, pool tables, gourmet food and deluxe bars – and that’s just to start with!
Whether it’s an impromptu night out, staff outing, client schmoozing or a Christmas party for 800 people, Strike’s focus on excellent service and building a fantastic atmosphere will guarantee you and your guests an unforgettable night. There’s no need to worry if bowling isn’t for everyone in the office, we also have deluxe bars and lounges, pool tables, karaoke rooms and interactive games.
Other Facilities Include:
10 state-of-the-art bowling lanes
Functions for 10-300 guests
Private bowling lounge
Deluxe bar & lounges
3 karaoke rooms
4 pool tables
1 function & meeting room
Waterfront dining deck
From the bays and beaches of Sydney Harbour to the outback vastness of the Murray River basin, to the islands of Fiji, Captain Cook Cruises draws on over 39 years of cruising knowledge to create unique and exciting travel experiences.
Captain Cook Cruises is a multi-award winning, family-owned, Australian ‘small ship’ cruise operator. Beginning with just one sightseeing cruise departure a week on Sydney Harbour, Captain Cook Cruises now offer passengers a wide variety of scheduled sightseeing, dining and accommodated cruises with over 150 departures weekly throughout Australia & Fiji, employs over 300 people and operates a fleet of 20 vessels, all of which are available for private charter.
The IMAX Theatre Sydney in Darling Harbour uses the IMAX film system, which is the largest and most exciting film format in the world.
With crystal clear images, ten times larger than the traditional cinema format the IMAX film experience draws you in with pictures so real you want to touch them, so powerful you can feel them. The giant film frames offer far greater resolution than 35mm film and all existing digital cinema projection systems (including IMAX Corporation's own digital multiplex cinema IMAX systems).
The IMAX film experience takes an image rich in clarity and definition, throws it onto the world's biggest screen and wraps the viewer in digital surround sound.
The theatre screens films in 2D and 3D for a truly breathtaking movie going experience.
Ayurve Day Spa is a hidden oasis located at the Heart of the CBD.
Is has reputation for being one of the leading spas in Sydney and prides itself on providing a complete range of holistic treatments using Ayurvedic skin care and body care, as well as Dermalogica being one of our leading skin care ranges. We understand here at Ayurve Day Spa how busy and stressful one’s life can be so we are happy to provide you with a little piece of TLC, to keep you feeling rejuvenated and up on your feet. Ayurve also prides itself on its extensive treatment list ranging from Manicures and Pedicures right through to Anti-wrinkle injections, Laser for Men and Women and Medical Grade Peels. Our staff come highly skilled and trained and will provide you with an professional well educated experience.
Whether you can escape for an hour, an afternoon or an entire day - a quick manicure, a soothing facial or an indulgent spa package - you will be wrapped in luxury and comfort, individual attention and professional expertise.
Tucked away from the hustle of inner-city Sydney is THASPA, an intimate beauty salon designed by an expert team of therapists especially for busy working women and men. Looking and feeling your absolute best doesn\\'t just revolve around your face. THASPA delivers quality for your entire body. Treat your body through a combination of products that are enriched with vitamins and essential oils with traditional healing techniques to address a wide range of conditions and needs.
Over the past 30 years, Sydney Opera House has worked to produce and present some of the finest national and international artists. Opera Australia has enriched our cultural life with exceptional opera over the past fifty years. One of the world’s finest orchestras, Sydney Symphony gives more than 100 performances each year at Sydney Opera House.
Sydney Theatre Company produces theatre of the highest standard that consistently illuminates, entertains and challenges. One of Australia’s flagship arts companies and one of the busiest ballet companies in the world. Every year this internationally renowned ensemble presents rousing performances to audiences around the world.
An executive charter boat, provides a prestigious and exclusive venue for the entertainment of valued clients, family and friends; hosting corporate events, conferences and meetings; product launches or for end of year Christmas activities.
Our comprehensive fleet of charter boats offers an outstanding selection of the best super yachts, catamarans and sailing vessels available for private boat hire. Sydney Harbour is amongst the favourite Sydney attractions and a sight-seeing lunch cruise or sunset dinner cruise under the harbour bridge, past the Opera house and magnificent foreshore homes is a ‘must do experience’ for boating connoisseurs and land-lovers alike.
Prestige cruises offers a choice of scheduled Sydney harbour cruises and sightseeing tours which you and your guests can join for special celebrations or entertaining visiting clients, friends and family.
We are Sydney’s only Beach Skydive! Located just over one hour from Sydney, we offer FREE mid-week return transfers from Sydney CBD. Open 7 days a week, prices start from $285 midweek and $339 on weekends. Backpacker, student and group discounts are available!
Tandem skydiving is the ideal way for a first time skydiver to experience the ultimate thrill of freefall. No experience is necessary and almost anyone can do it! Attached to a professional tandem instructor all you have to do is smile at the camera, scream, wave, and take in the stunning views from 14,000ft above the beach.
Completing your first skydive with us is an incredible experience that you will remember forever. To have conquered the skies and pushed your own personal boundaries is a remarkable feeling. Since the company opened its doors in 1999, thousands of people have tandem skydived over Wollongong. Experienced, professional instructors who have a sense of fun and a love for the sport ensure that your tandem skydive is both an exciting and safe experience.
The Australian Museum has occupied the current site since it opened to the public in 1857. The extended and enlarged complex of sandstone buildings now provide its principal exhibition, administrative and research accommodation.
The Museum has a number of top class standing exhibitions as well as ever changing special exhibitions and events. The standing exhibition includes Indigenous Australian, which is a tribute to the multicultural nature of Indigenous Australia; Skeletons: Framework for Survival, an exhibition of skeletons from mammal, fish, birds, reptiles and insects; Birds, Australian birds in all their varieties of colour, shape and size; Insects, displays of the life cycles of thousands of insects; the Mineral Collections, an awesome collection of more than 850 mineral specimens; More Than Dinosaurs, a display of dinosaurs and Australia's ancient mega fauna; and Biodiversity: Life Supporting Life, explores the rich variety of life in Australia.
Step into the dark side of Sydney’s past with a visit to a historic police and court building (1856 –1886) that once imposed authority on Sydney’s unruly waterfront. Explore the building’s atmospheric interior – heavy blocks of sandstone, spiked gates and the corridor of cells. In the 1890s police Charge Room you can stand before the Duty Sergeant’s desk and imagine yourself being fingerprinted. Encounter a spine-chilling collection of criminal weapons and a mug-shot gallery of offenders that stare defiantly back at you from the walls.
Home to a vast negative archive documenting police investigation, many important records and over 9000 objects, the Justice & Police Museum examines the social history of law, policing and crime in New South Wales. A comprehensive school education program and lively public programs extend the appeal of this Museum.
Designed by one of Sydney’s best-known architects, Richard Johnson of Denton Corker Marshall, this modern museum sits on one of Australia's most important sites. Here Australia’s first Government House was built in 1788 as a home and office for the colony’s Governor, Arthur Phillip. The museum forecourt, known as First Government House Place, preserves the remaining foundations of the house below, while aboveground the extraordinary art installation Edge of the Trees marks the site of first contact between the British colonisers and the Gadigal people.
The site of First Government House is on the National Heritage List.At the Museum of Sydney you will meet our city’s first people, inspect models of the First Fleet ships and peer at the archaeological remains of first Government House and the intriguing objects uncovered by a number of digs on the site. Fast forward through 200 years and you will learn about the distinctiveness of this great city, its harbour, transport, people and particular personality via a changing exhibitions program
Step into another world at the Chinese Garden of Friendship and immerse yourself in the beautiful landscape featuring waterfalls, lakes and hidden stone pathways. View traditional carvings, sculptures and a Chinese penjing collection, before unwinding in the Teahouse with drinks and light refreshments.
Due to traditional stonework and paving, some parts of the walkway are rocky or uneven. While pathways and pavilions in the lower garden are suitable for wheelchair access and prams, some visitors with a disability or who are less mobile may find stairs and rocky pathways in the higher parts of the garden difficult to access.
The Chinatown Night Market is a multi-cultural community market that has been very popular with the City locals and is now rapidly becoming a point of attraction in Sydney under the auspices of the City of Sydney Council, CNM Management Team and its many volunteers. Our Market not only revitalizes the local businesses of Chinatown, but we have also created an awareness of our vibrant community so large among Sydney-siders that it is now attracting more and more visiting tourists to Chinatown from afar.
Our market implements an open plan outlook, which is visually pleasing and encourages an outdoor leisurely atmosphere that complements the Mall and local shops; a large majority of which are restaurants with alfresco dining area.
The Cendana Spa is located at The Grace Hotel in the heart of Sydney Central Business District, no more than 10 minutes walk from the Queen Victoria Building.
The Grace Hotel is recognized as one of Sydney’s most beautifully restored Neo-Gothic buildings. Built in the style of US Chicago Tribune building and opened in 1930, The Grace Building was originally the headquarters of Australian department store Grace Brothers.
Today it stands beautifully renovated with many of its original facades restored and retained. Conveniently accessible, within walking distance from chic cafés, restaurants and shopping centers, The Cendana Spa is the perfect retreat from the frenzy of the metropolitan; a quick getaway for professionals looking for a quality relief from the office, a therapeutic escapade for in-house hotel guests and a leisure stop for shoppers and tourists to relax.
The spa comprises of three private rooms and one couple’s room for a romantic getaway, each with its own private bath/shower facilities, a Thai Massage room that can accommodate up to six persons, a reflexology room, and an infrared sauna room for up to two persons.
Tranquillity Spa and Beauty is a Professional Day Spa located in The Grace Hotel, in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Tranquillity Spa and Beauty is the perfect Escape to rejuvenate your body and mind. Melt into blissful relaxation with soothing oils, gentle music and the flickering of candles which are only the beginning of your journey into Tranquillity. Enjoy a Relaxing Massage, Luxurious Facial or Spa Body Treatment using the Finest and Natural Ingredients for the Ultimate Spa Experience.
Tranquillity Spa and Beauty caters for Individuals, Hen’s Spa Parties, Groups and Couples so you can unwind Alone, with Family and Friends or Work Colleagues in comfortable and relaxed setting.
We also have a range of Luxurious Gift Certificates which can be purchased and shipped on this site.
Tranquillity Spa and Beauty is a refreshing sanctuary from the stresses of life. Our Caring, Experienced and Fully Qualified Therapists will ensure that a visit to our Day Spa will relax your body, soothe your soul and uplift your spirits, so you can get more out of life.
Escape from the hustle of the city and treat yourself at Amora Spa.
This luxurious Spa provides a comprehensive range of contemporary Asian inspired rejuvenation treatments and places emphasis on the sense of touch to reinvigorate the body and mind.
Our friendly and experienced therapists offer a wide range of relaxing treatments, so you can enjoy pampering from head to toe.
If time is tight, choose an express Massage on the Go (30 Minutes) or when you have a little more time, our It's a Pleasure packages is ideal. Click here for our list of treatments
The Spa at Four Seasons offers an intimate, enchanting escape. Our menu of treatments uses indigenous ingredients – essential oils, fruits and floral extracts, salt and clay – to foster the wellness that comes from within. Expert therapists combine techniques from Australia and around the world to provide the ultimate in pampering and rejuvenation, in an atmosphere of comfort and discretion.
Among the Spa's six treatment rooms is a suite especially for couples, which features a private steam shower room, double whirlpool and twin treatment beds. Candlelight, sensuous aromas and calming music set the tone. Men's and women's change rooms each feature a steam room and sauna.
Our attention to detail assures you an experience of total relaxation, allowing you to leave the bustle of the world outside.
The Genesian Theatre Company is a non-professional group operating from an historic church in Kent Street, in the heart of the Sydney CBD. We boast among our alumni numerous household names in Australian theatre and film such as Bryan Brown, Baz Luhrmann, Judi Farr, and John Bell. We are, however, just as proud of the hundreds of talented amateur actors, directors, designers, lighting and sound specialists who have contributed to Sydney's unique little theatre over the years.
Over the years the company has developed into a theatre providing a training ground for young actors and a place where those who love the theatre can meet, share and extend their knowledge of the performing arts. The Genesian Theatre is one of Sydney's most active theatre companies. In addition to seven main stage productions each year we run classes, workshops and many other activities.
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Should you require further additional infomation on any of our theatre, products and / or services, please feel free to contact us on (02) 9373 6655 or alternatively you use our online reply form with your enqueries. All enquiries will be answered to promptly within 24 hours or by next business day.
The MLC Centre is a Prime Grade property located on Martin Place in Sydney.
The complex includes a major commercial office tower, a retail precinct, the Theatre Royal and carpark.
Back when it opened in 1977 the MLC Centre was one of the pioneers of high fashion retailing in Australia. Today, lovers of leading international and Australian fashion brands still know where to head for the best range of designer labels in Sydney, the MLC Centre.
If you can pull yourself away from the sumptuous fabrics and wonderful designs, you´ll discover the perfect café for a coffee with friends, alfresco dining for a leisurely lunch and bars where you can soak up the city atmosphere over a cocktail. Or if you´re in a rush there is a range of eateries in the food court.
You'll also discover a range of jewellery, giftware, beauty products and everyday services. More than an exclusive fashion destination, the MLC Centre is your complete city shopping experience.
Bangarra Dance Theatre is fuelled by the spirit, energy and inspiration derived from the culture, values and traditions of Indigenous Australians.
From these roots, we create theatre that is artistically innovative, technically outstanding and truly exciting to audiences throughout Australia and the world.
Sydney Dance Company is a legendary force in Australian contemporary dance. Its performances have appeared on the great dance stages of the world, from the Sydney Opera House in Australia, to the Joyce Theatre in New York, the Grand in Shanghai and the Stanislavsky in Moscow. Actively creating and touring new work under the Artistic Directorship of Rafael Bonachela, the Company maintains an ensemble of 16 exceptional dancers. Programs of dance include works by Bonachela and by guest choreographers including Jacopo Godani, Alexander Ekman and Gideon Obarzanek, as well as collaborations with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and with composers 48nord and Ezio Bosso.
Since 1985 the Company has been a resident of the purpose-built studios at The Wharf in Sydney’s Walsh Bay, minutes from the city’s famed Bridge and Opera House. Its studios offer the largest public dance classes in Australia, with nearly 80,000 attendances annually. In 2014 a Pre-Professional Year course was launched, offering students the chance to work with some of Australia’s most successful and award winning choreographers and educators.
For more information please visit the website.
Architects Peddle Thorp and Walker designed the 1,238 seat Hall in a shoebox shape, proven worldwide as the ideal shape for hearing western classical music. Based on the classical configuration of the 19th century European concert hall, the design includes gently raking stalls and two galleries that wrap around both sides and rear of the auditorium creating a sense of intimacy between audience and performer.
The elegant decor of French grey, gold leaf, light timber panelling and plum coloured upholstery provides a sense of occasion, enhanced by the white marble grand staircase that sweeps up from the entry foyer to the three seating level foyers, each with their own bar.
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music is a global centre of excellence in music, providing leading edge education, research and performance.
Making a difference through the arts.
atyp has been bridging the divide between young people and professional theatre practice since 1963. Australia’s oldest and largest youth theatre company, we are driven to create work that impacts the way young people engage with theatre nationally.
Australian Theatre for Young People specialises in integrating professional theatre practice with supportive youth theatre process. We love working with all levels of the arts industry, from the most celebrated national companies to the smallest youth theatres. Our work supports young people from their first theatre experience to their first professional production.
Our Vision is to forever raise the national expectation of what theatre with young people can achieve.
Australian Theatre for Young People is located at Sydney's most prestigious arts precinct, The Wharf, Pier 4/5 Hickson Rd Walsh Bay on Sydney Harbour. Nestled amongst the Sydney Theatre Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company, overlooking the bustling Sydney Harbour, atyp has two venues available that can place your event in the heart of this arts centre.
1932 was a momentous year for Sydney. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, an engineering miracle of the day was opened in March. In July 1932 the Australian Broadcasting Commission (now Corporation) was established, and with it the group of musicians that would become the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
The Orchestra consisted of just 24 players, who performed incidental music for radio plays, music for the dinner hour and broadcasts of concert repertoire. The first significant concert event in which the orchestra took centre stage occurred in 1934, when the renowned Irish conductor Sir Hamilton Harty visited Australia which led to calls for the creation of a permanent concert orchestra for Sydney.
St.George OpenAir Cinema is set to return to Mrs Macquaries Point this summer. The 2012 season will be staged over 36 nights, opening on Wednesday 11 January and reaching it's finale on Saturday 18 February.
The official season program including a full schedule of films will be inserted as a magazine in The Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 9 December.
Advance ticket sales will commence at 9am on Thursday 15 December.
The Metro Theatre has long been Sydney’s leading independent rock venue and has played host to some of the most memorable live gigs Sydney music fans have seen and heard. It is a landmark venue for both international and local acts, being a pivotal breakthrough venue for bands as they break on to the scene.
Ford Focus Moonlight Cinema is an open air cinema screening new release, classic and cult films on the lawns of Centennial Park.
Moonlight is currently closed however season 2011/12 is just around the corner.
The 11/12 film program will be announced at the end of November and you’ll be able to purchase tickets then.
In the meantime, make sure you sign up to E-News to receive hot-off-the-press updates about the coming season and all things exciting for 11/12!
Glasshouse is a unique shopping centre located on Pitt Street Mall.
At Glasshouse, our leading brands are mixed with individual owner-operated stores, creating an urban marketplace environment unlike any other in the city. So, get off the beaten path and come discover something special at Glasshouse.
Get set to discover a world of distinct and interesting products. Cosmopolitan flavours, international designers, flea market stores, individual service and indulgence are all here in the Glasshouse.
Glasshouse shopping celebrates the unusual, unique and whimsical. Our stores and services are overflowing in product guaranteed to tempt the curious you.
Glasshouse shopping centre is a city shopping sanctuary. Our international brands sit alongside individual boutique stores to create a wonderful, engaging and stress-free shopping experience.
Merivale is located on George Street in the heart of Sydney, New South Wales
The Tea Room QVB was established in 1997 by owner operator Manuel Spinola. In the past ten years The Tea Room has evolved into one of Sydney’s most beautiful restaurant establishments. Located in what was once the original Grand Ballroom of Sydney’s landmark Queen Victoria Building, The Tea Room epitomises unparallel style and grace with modern luxury features in a unique heritage setting.
Stockland Piccadilly in Sydney's CBD, offering 41 stores, is a relaxing place to shop with adjoining thoroughfare to David Jones. Our CBD work force enjoy the spacious, light filled food court or award-winning Yum Cha at The Palace Chinese.
Enjoy one of Sydney's most beautiful shopping experiences. Boasting International and Australian fashion designers, fabulous gift and beauty stores, cafes, food court, restaurants and an extensive selection of services.
Chifley Plaza presents a myriad of delicious food offers and fine dining facilities. The Chifley Plaza foodcourt and cosmopolitan cafes offer an extensive menu which extends from early breakfast to the late afternoon business meeting. Award winning Azuma Japanese Restaurant provides the perfect setting for business lunches and fine evening dining Monday through to Saturday.
Chifley Plaza is open Monday through to Saturday and is conveniently located a short walk from train, bus and the ferry. Come enjoy a truly unique shopping experience.
Innovation, location and promotion.
SOHO galleries is an exciting commercial gallery, established in Sydney in March 1995, to provide Australian contemporary artists with the space and exposure to place artworks in today's contemporary corporate and domestic environments.
Opened by the director, Nigel Messenger, with experience exceeding 25 years in the art industry, we believe we have the creative and administrative recipe to offer new works on a regular basis from the wealth of Australia's new and emerging artists.
The ArtHouse Hotel is a name synonymous with art, music and entertainment. The building itself, dating back to 1836 was formerly The School of Arts Building and has been elegantly refurbished to reflect the splendour of the past juxtaposed against functional design principles of the present, and creates a vibrant and energetic venue that reflects the cosmopolitan and cultural society that its location in Sydney demands.
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is Australia’s peak national body for contemporary Asian art and cultural thinking. 4A is an initiative of the Asian Australian Artists Association, a non-profit organisation established in 1996 to present and promote the work of Asian and Asian-Australian artists. This organization was established by a group of artists who were keen to address the cultural contribution of Asian migration to Australia and further to develop Asian and Australian cultural relations.
4A is a highly regarded organisation that fosters excellence and innovation in contemporary Asian and Australian culture through research, documentation, development, discussion and presentation of contemporary visual art. We believe that Asian cultural thinking will have an important impact on the future. We are passionate about creating opportunities for artists and facilitating networks between Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region. 4A’s aim is to ensure contemporary visual art plays a central role in understanding the dynamic relationship between Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
The Rocks Pop-Up Projects is supported by the NSW Government through Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority and Arts NSW.
The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority has invited arts and creative organizations to become key participants in Pop-Up Projects in The Rocks. The pop-up concept promotes short-term reuse of temporarily vacant retail premises and other spaces for creative and community uses.
As part of a 6-month pilot project the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority has identified a small number of properties in The Rocks for short-term use.
galleryeight is proud to present Dementia, a new photographic series by Tilly Leahy.
Dementia is a series of A0 - sized photographs of the artist's grandmother. Tilly uses these confronting images to explore the tragic fate of dementia victims as the disease consumes the mind. Despite the subject matter, the portraits have unsettling beauty about them.
"I want to explore the human body, and how we age and react to incurable illnesses," says Tilly. "Dementia sufferers don't recognise their loved ones, leaving families to mourn for relatives before they've passed away".
Step into Cadman's Cottage. This is one of the oldest surviving buildings in Australia, built in 1816 as barracks to house the coxswain and crew of the Governor of New South Wales and was home to the last government coxswain, John Cadman. The National Parks and Wildlife Service Information Centre is now located here. Open daily, it is a valuable source of information about national parks near Sydney. It has a George St entrance at 110 George St.
When The Strand opened in 1892, it was the fifth and last of the arcades built in Victorian Sydney. Today, it is the only one remaining in its original form.
When English architect, John Spencer unveiled his plans for the arcade in the mid-1880s he received a standing ovation. The plans were ambitious. The arcade was to be 340 feet long, and three stories high, running between Pitt and George Streets. Magnificent cedar staircases at each end of the arcade led to the second and third floor galleries which were linked by a central bridge.
The arcade was one of the first Victorian buildings in Sydney designed to take into account the harsh Australian climate. The roof was to be made of glass, specially tinted to reduce glare, and the access gallery of the top floor was projected to shade the lower levels.
The Andrew 'Boy' Charlton Pool features an eight lane 50m salt water pool and a shaded learners pool, both of which are heated. The cafe and function facilities make an excellent venue for a variety of events. We also have a fitness room, where yoga and karate classes run weekly, as well as a therapy suite where you can book a massage with Massotherapy.
Our facility also features:
Enjoy the panoramic views over Sydney Harbour and watch the lapping swimmers from behind the café’s floor to ceiling glass windows or the open-air terrace. Pool patrons can pop upstairs to grab a bite to eat or you can breeze in from the Domain for breakfast & Campos coffee or enjoy lunch with a glass of wine. Poolside Cafe is open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch and is fully licensed (Hours vary during pool off-season)
For unique EOFY & Christmas parties, fun team-building, corporate functions, fundraising, media events or receptions, birthdays to bar mitzvahs, bucks & hens parties or a family fun day with a difference, it's party to the max at Kingpin Bowling - Darling Harbour Sydney!
Don't forget to ask about our spectacular harbour view room - sit back and enjoy a cocktail whilst overlooking the harbour. Kingpin also offers exclusive venue hire with a combined venue capacity of 500 guests.
clothfabric is a small independent company based in Sydney. They make furnishing fabric the old fashioned way, screen printing by hand on a long table in a tin shed in the country and have been doing this since 1995. They love working with natural fabrics, their favourites being hemp, linen and organic cotton. clothfabric use water based, non-toxic inks and dyes and have a controllable, low impact approach to manufacturing and materials. The inspiration for their work comes from the strength, austerity and scale of the Australian landscape.