What To Do In Sydney This September?
It’s time to be outdoors and celebrate the warmer weather in Sydney. Spring has arrived and here are a few must see activities around.
Are you a self-confessed chocoholic? Do you have a sweet tooth and chocolates make you smile with anticipation? You day is about to melt with the upcoming Smooth Festival of Chocolate at the Rocks on Sat 10 & Sun 11 September. It’s a free open-air event and you choose what to purchase from the many exhibitors that tickle your taste buds.
“Let’s go fly a kite, up to the highest height, let’s go fly a kite…” once sang by Mary Poppins. The Festival of the Winds takes flight on Sunday 11 September at Bondi Beach, from 11am – 4pm. Featuring aerial displays, live entertainment, food stalls and bars, jam pack children activities and loads of wondrous and colourful kites.
The Sydney Fringe Festival is turning September into one big celebration. Sydney Fringe Festival is one of the largest independent art festivals that spreads across five cultural villages. Entertaining locals and tourist with an afternoon-to-evening of music, dance, food and visual art for all to see. You can view the official Sydney Fringe festival guide online for tickets and featured events.
When the news broke that Aladdin – The Musical opened at the Capitol Theatre, Disney fans were in search of their magic carpet experience ride of the hit musical. Aladdin’s journey sweeps audiences into an exotic world of daring adventure, classic comedy and timeless romance. Tickets on sale until 20 November 2016.