Take heart, Sydneysiders, 'cause we've got a fabulous spread of activities for when the weather drops. From snug onesie nights to designer fashion markets and a mouthwatering pig-out feast, here's our nifty itinerary of things to do in Sydney this weekend.
Scandinavian Film Festival
The inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival is making its way to Sydney this July, with an eclectic collection of flicks from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Iceland. Whether you prefer hard-hitting drama or sidesplitting comedy, catch all the action by securing your seats here.
Clueless Onesie Night
Hang out with your faves, Dee and Cher, while crushing on a young Paul Rudd at the Ritz Cinema's annual Onesie Night, featuring none other than (drum roll, please) . . . Clueless. Get comfy in your onesie without feeling totally 'ensembly challenged'!
Antiques & Vintage Fair
The 18th annual Wahroonga Antiques & Vintage fair kicks off this Friday evening with a champagne preview from 6-9pm, with stalls popping up all weekend. From English and French furniture to mirrors, prints, vintage clothing and beautiful jewellery, you can expect to pick up a gem or two.
The Winery Fashion Markets
Still looking for things to do in Sydney this weekend? How about shopping away the day at The Winery's much-loved laneway fashion market? Leading fashion blogger, Carmen Hamilton (Chronicles of Her) joins a stellar line up of Australia's best publicists and stylists selling their pre-loved wardrobe staples. Be sure to drop in from 10am to pick up a bargain or three.
Swine Saturdays at Swine & Co.
Calling all foodies, the recently opened Swine & Co. is offering an exclusive 'Chef's Playground' three-course menu each Saturday night. Delve into the underground dining room for a culinary (and ever-changing) feast, which could include anything from crisp pigtail to black pudding or corned beef—one thing's for sure, it's all delicious!
The Paleo Way with Pete Evans
Remember Pete Evans from My Kitchen Rules? Well it seems he's pretty keen on paleo and is on a crusade to change the future of how we eat. His national tour, The Paleo Way, will take patrons back to basics and discuss everything there is to know about living a primal life (activated almonds and all!). Be sure to get your tickets here.
Do you know your Charleston from your Cupid Shuffle? Big Dance is the largest celebration of dance in the world and it's about to hit Sydney! Taking place outside the beautiful Sydney Opera House, with live video links to London and Glasgow, thousands of dancers will be performing a large-scale dance routine, which we think will be one hell of a spectacle.