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The quarterly retro market at Sydney Uni is a meeting place for people who love vintage, vinyl and classic cars. There’s always a good selection of stallholders, from rock 'n' roll-inspired vintage...
Sports events have taken on a life of their own in recent years. First we had torturous Tough Mudder, the Holi Festival-inspired Color Run , the Sydney Skinny ... and now there's ROC Race. ...
City of Sydney is running a series of free, guided cycling tours of the city every Sunday until the end of March. An experienced guide from Bike Sydney takes up to ten people on a scenic and easy-going...
Events to look out for
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Fill up your diary with these key festivals and public holidays
Watch these videos and tell us you’re not inspired to attend this year’s event
Spend the day foraging for food before watching chef Martin Boetz cook lunch
Swim for free on these five swimming pool open days
Find your inner lumber Jack or Jill
Time Out Sydney editors share their favourite places to wash off the cobwebs
Sydney’s Lunar Markets return for an 11-day festival of Asian food and culture
Fairs & Festivals in Sydney
This year’s festival is about self expression and fighting for social justice
It’s the Year of the Monkey and Sydney’s 20th Chinese New Year festival
Miranda July, Carrie Brownstein and Piper Kerman headline the fourth festival
Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Birds of Tokyo headline the second music, arts, food and talks festival
Classes & workshops in Sydney
Scale the alpine regions of France, NZ or Japan - all before brekky!
Work-Shop now has double the space and double the fun
Start the week with a ‘Monday Twerkout’ at Dance Central
Take an informal life lesson on anything, from sex toys to ballet
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Performance Space are putting even more art in the party for this year’s edition of their popular queer party
Celebrate the Year of the Monkey at the lighting of the lanterns in Martin Place
Welcome in the Year of the Monkey with nightly noddle markets and panoramic views of the harbour
Wear your heart on your sleeve this month, with Bell Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet