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KANGAROO ISLAND, MURRAY RIVER CRUISE & WINE

The natural wonders of Kangaroo Island, a Murray River cruise aboard paddlewheeler PS ‘Murray Princess’ plus a tour of the world renowned wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valleys are included in SeaLink Holidays new “Highlights of South Australia” 9 day escorted tour, departing 24 March 2017. 509 more words

MACAO YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Sydney Town Hall was the venue for a recent concert by the Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra as part of their Australian tour. Music lovers were delighted to experience the varied classical programme performed during the evening by this very professional youth orchestra, whose members’ ages ranged from pre-teens to young adults. 171 more words

“SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD”

Anyone who loves listening to Broadway style show tunes will enjoy Blue Saint Productions’ “Songs For A New World”, currently playing at the Hayes Theatre in Sydney’s Kings Cross until 28 August 2016. 336 more words

FOOD FROM THE TRAIN AT MEDITRAINEAN

Located in Sydney’s foodie hub of Crows Nest, this unique new restaurant only opened in April this year and is one which the whole family will enjoy, from youngsters to grandparents. 383 more words

CUBAN INSPIRED BAR WITH A VIEW

Sydney seems to have a huge selection of bars, but hey, there’s always room for one more, especially at Circular Quay.

Inspired by the grand plantation architecture of Cuba and mixed with the luxury modern vintage hotels of 1950’s Miami, “Hacienda” is located in the Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour. 264 more words

BLOOD ORANGES ARE A TASTE SENSATION

Blood Oranges, with their distinct crimson colour and sweet juicy flavour, are now in season, through to the end of November. To celebrate the first pick of the 2016 Blood Orange crop, third generation citrus farmers, Redbelly Citrus, hosted a feast of the season’s finest at Lucio’s in Paddington, purely to demonstrate the many uses for this delicious fruit in cooking. 415 more words

“CONFLUENCE FESTIVAL OF INDIA”

One of the most significant showcases of Indian arts and culture ever staged in Australia will be taking place between August and November 2016. From the classical to the contemporary and involving world class performers, the Confluence Festival of India will enthrall audiences in seven cities, promoting cultural bonds, tourism and business opportunities between Australia and India. 140 more words