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Archive - May 2021

Three Winters Green for July Sydney Season
30 May 2021
Three Winters Green for July Sydney Season
Following the extraordinary successes of The Credeaux Canvas, two seasons each of Fag/Stag and The Shape of Things as well as the anniversary, charity benefit reading of The One Day of the Year, Lambert House Enterprises and Les Solomon are thrilled to announce their latest show for Sydney audiences: THREE WINTERS GREEN. 
Interactive Art Exhibition at Sydney Road Gallery
29 May 2021
Interactive Art Exhibition at Sydney Road Gallery
The Floor Is Lava - Daniel Breda
Exhibition: Sunday June 13th - Sunday 20th 2021 
Cafes in Sydney Committed to Higher Welfare Food
29 May 2021
Cafes in Sydney Committed to Higher Welfare Food
Australians care about farm animals. Three out of four people agree that when eating at a restaurant or café, it's important that the meat, eggs and dairy products served, come from animals farmed in a humane and ethical way. 
New Vivid Sydney On-Water Experiences
28 May 2021
New Vivid Sydney On-Water Experiences
Sydney Harbour provides the natural theatre for Vivid Sydney's dazzling light display. Captain Cook Cruises has released an exciting program of Vivid Sydney cruises taking in the key precincts of Darling Harbour, The Rocks and Circular Quay including Sydney Harbour Bridge and the sails of the Sydney Opera House. 
Blacktown Local Sewing the Seeds for Fashion Daring
27 May 2021
Blacktown Local Sewing the Seeds for Fashion Daring
Blacktown local and self-confessed individual of the family Thomas Zilioli channels architecture, structure and sustainability in his Afterpay Australian Fashion Week collection ‘Zilioli’ 
Aussie First Indoor Snow Resort and Winter Attraction Officially Endorsed
26 May 2021
Aussie First Indoor Snow Resort and Winter Attraction Officially Endorsed
One of the hottest places on earth is a step closer to hosting year-round snow and skiing after Penrith Council this week endorsed the planning proposal to build a winter sporting facility. 
Sydney landscape artist Peter Sharp's less known works on show
21 May 2021
Sydney landscape artist Peter Sharp's less known works on show
Prominent Sydney artist Peter Sharp is well known for his large abstract works of the Australian landscape. But what is less well known are the paintings he based his larger works on. 
Applauded Performer Darren Coggan Pays Homage to Cat Stevens with his New Show, Featuring a String Quartet
20 May 2021
Applauded Performer Darren Coggan Pays Homage to Cat Stevens with his New Show, Featuring a String Quartet
There is something ethereal about the music of Cat Stevens. He inspired generations, and his music still has as much impact today as it did when he first penned songs such as Peace Train, Moonshadow, Wild World, Morning Has Broken, Where Do The Children Play and Father and Son. 
Banksia Bakehouse Strikes Sweet Collaboration with Amber Drop Honey to Create a Buzz about Plight of Bees
19 May 2021
Banksia Bakehouse Strikes Sweet Collaboration with Amber Drop Honey to Create a Buzz about Plight of Bees
May 20 is World Bee Day! And to celebrate and raise awareness of local honey - and the bees that create them - the team of pastry chefs and cake specialists at Sydney's Banksia Bakehouse have collaborated with local producer Amber Drop Honey to create four new honey-inspired creations. 
Climate Resilience Design Guide to Assist in Infrastructure Reconstruction
19 May 2021
Climate Resilience Design Guide to Assist in Infrastructure Reconstruction
A research collaboration between local government authorities, an engineering peak body, engineering consultants and university researchers has created a guideline to help infrastructure managers and developers choose suitable climate-resilient building materials. 
RSPCA NSW celebrates National Volunteer Week
18 May 2021
RSPCA NSW celebrates National Volunteer Week
From Monday 17 to Sunday 23 May, RSPCA NSW celebrates the pawsitive contribution our volunteers have made to animal welfare during National Volunteer Week 2021. 
Jessica Marchi vies for prestigious Miss World Australia NSW State Final 2021 Crown
18 May 2021
Jessica Marchi vies for prestigious Miss World Australia NSW State Final 2021 Crown
Actress, singer, and entrepreneur Jessica Marchi will be competing for the prestigious title of Miss World Australia NSW this June. 
SkyFeast at Sydney Tower is reverting to buffet with unlimited seafood and more...
17 May 2021
SkyFeast at Sydney Tower is reverting to buffet with unlimited seafood and more...
If your family has ever starved before an all-you-can-eat buffet or you’ve perfected the piling of a plate, this one is for you. SkyFeast at Sydney Tower is switching back to an all-you-can- eat buffet, some 82 floors up in the air. 
Just because you're in the audience doesn't mean you're safe
16 May 2021
Just because you're in the audience doesn't mean you're safe
The Dark Stories company is back treading the boards on the dark side to bring you an immersive, interactive theatre production titled The Haunting. 
Jenolan Caves is Back Open with Great New Offers!
15 May 2021
Jenolan Caves is Back Open with Great New Offers!
Jenolan Caves has finally reopened! We have changed the way we do some things, but we hope you will be pleasantly surprised. 
WOW Day 2021 - Wear Orange Wednesday to Thank our Dedicated SES Volunteers
15 May 2021
WOW Day 2021 - Wear Orange Wednesday to Thank our Dedicated SES Volunteers
Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW Day) is on Wednesday 19th May 2021 and it's your chance to show support for all State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers around Australia. 
Have Your Say on Local Strategic Plans
11 May 2021
Have Your Say on Local Strategic Plans
Landholders across the state can now have their say on Local Strategic Plans developed by Local Land Services, with all 11 regional plans on exhibition until early June. 
New Plan to Revitalise our Oldest Park
11 May 2021
New Plan to Revitalise our Oldest Park
One of Sydney’s most loved natural destinations, the spectacular Royal National Park is set for a major revitalisation with plans announced last week. 
Take 3 for the Sea’s CEO Clean Up a Big Success
11 May 2021
Take 3 for the Sea’s CEO Clean Up a Big Success
Take 3 for the Sea’s CEO Clean Up proved a big success on Friday as more than 50 business leaders swapped offices and boardrooms for a morning of education and action at Manly Cove Beach. 
Short+Sweet 2021 Begins in Earnest… & Laughter!
10 May 2021
Short+Sweet 2021 Begins in Earnest… & Laughter!
Short+Sweet Sydney begins its record, 20th hit year with all-new plays from Thurs 20 May at the Tom Mann Auditorium in Surry Hills. 
What makes Sydney the Best Place to go Whale Watching?
8 May 2021
What makes Sydney the Best Place to go Whale Watching?
Sydney is the envy of Australia with a whale watching season that lasts over five months of the year. One of the best ways to see Humpback whales in their natural environment is aboard Captain Cook Cruises. 
Entries Open for All-New Environmental Art and Design Prize
5 May 2021
Entries Open for All-New Environmental Art and Design Prize
Entries are now open for the all-new Environmental Art & Design Prize Northern Beaches 2021. Artists and designers across Australia are invited to apply. 
Take 3 for the Sea’s CEO Clean Up is Coming to Sydney this week
4 May 2021
Take 3 for the Sea’s CEO Clean Up is Coming to Sydney this week
Take 3 for the Sea are delighted to confirm our CEO Clean Up is heading to Sydney following successful equivalents on the Central Coast. 
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