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Explore one of life’s burning questions – What would you wear if you lived on Mars? – at this year’s “Festival with a metal edge” at Lithgow during the Anzac Day long weekend (April 25-27). Under the theme Life on Mars, the 15th annual Ironfest will once again put on one of the nation’s biggest…
The Backpackers Operators Association is hosting the NSW Sydney Talks – Open Forum this week. Where: MLC Building, Lvl 47, corner King St and Castlereagh St, Sydney NSW 2000 Date: Thursday 27th March 2014, 3-6pm Cost: BOA Members free, non members $40pp RSVP to: email@example.com Speakers: Neil Geddes, Formerly of G Adventures. Neil recently established G Adventures…
The 2 day annual event, Camden Show will back this year on the 4th & 5th April from 8.00am – 11.00pm. Camden Show will be held at Camden Showground, just 1 hour south of Sydney CBD.
Parramatta is rapidly evolving as the second CBD for metropolitan Sydney. This rapid growth calls for the facilities, services and leisure activities to meet the needs of an incredibly diverse population. This is the essential challenge to the cultural facilities of Parramatta City – but it is also our fundamental opportunity.
Acting Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Andrew Stoner announced on the 12th March that visitors from around Australia are coming in greater numbers and are spending more than ever in NSW and Sydney, according to the latest National Visitor Survey.
On the 15th March, the NSW government unveiled the plans for the cross-city pedestrian corridor. The Sydney Harbour foreshore Authority (SHFA) has revealed completed design concepts for The Goods Line, which will provide a radical makeover for the existing pedestrian route from Central Station through to Darling Harbour.
In a few weeks from now, many city dwellers will be heading for the coast or the country with their kids to enjoy some leave and to take advantage of the string of public holidays that fall between Good Friday and the Anzac Day long weekend. When they get to their holiday destination, they expect…
Keepers at Devil Ark are considering themselves very lucky right now with the discovery of a tiny male joey, born months outside of the normal breeding period. The extraordinary find was made in late December whilst performing a routine health check on the devil’s mother. A joey is usually only found in the pouch until…
Announced on Monday 3rd March by NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell, the Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the baby Prince George will be visiting the Blue Mountains during the Sydney of their trip “down under” from April 16to the 20.
Last Thursday 6th March 2014, NSW Government’s State Minister for Tourism and Major Events, George Souris and Port Macquarie’s member, Leslie Williams announced that the 2014 Ironman 70.3 location is to be held in Port Macquarie on 19th October, further cementing Port Macquarie’s title as a sporting capital.