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This Week In Sydney

By Ellie Schneider
21st Oct 2013

Sydney is certainly at her best in spring—offering us a profusion of ways to celebrate. This week in Sydney is dominated with outdoor activities, to soak up this ridiculously good weather.

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Monday 21st

Midnight In Paris At The Beresford

Kicking off at 7:30pm, The Beresford will play host to one of our all-time favourite films—Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris. The stunning Beresford courtyard will be transformed into an open-air cinema as part of their weekly Summer Movies sessions. Get in early to secure the prime screen-viewing seat!  

Tuesday 22nd

Sydney Ball: The Stain Paintings 1971-80

Sullivan + Strumpf gallery is honouring Sydney Ball's 80th birthday with an exhibition of the Stain series—some paintings of which have not been seen since the 1970s. The collection of around 100 paintings represents the groundbreaking impact of Australian art in the 70s and will be displayed until November 16.

Thursday 24th

Sculpture By The Sea

Sculpture By The Sea returns from October 24 to November 10, showcasing the very best from Australian and international sculptors. Staged along the glorious Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, Sculpture By The Sea is the world's largest outdoor sculptural exhibition, and shouldn't be missed. We recommend you visit Sculpture By The Sea early morning or at dusk to avoid the large crowds.

Saturday 26th  

Garage Sale Trail

Garage Sale Trail is changing the way we think about shopping. The nationwide event advocates sustainable and community awareness by organising pop-up stalls in various cities on the same day. Plan ahead by scouring their online trove, which is loaded with goodies (over 1 million items listed), and then head out early to score a treasure or two!

Sunday 27th

The Spring Picnic at the EQ

Featuring market stalls, local performers and food demonstrations, The Spring Picnic at the Entertainment Quarter is a must for any foodie. Kids will also be well catered for with jumping castles, face painting and an animal farm. Entry is free for all—plus the first 100 people will receive a free picnic blanket!

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