A checklist of hot cross buns, from vegan to chocolate to gluten free.
Sydney’s Eternal Beacon – The Macquarie Lighthouse
Australia’s oldest light station is opening its doors to the public. We take a look inside.
The Easter Rush: Inside Haigh's Chocolate Factory
You might associate Easter with a time of rest and relaxation, but for the good people at Haigh's it's the busiest time of year. We peek inside their factory in Adelaide as they prepare you for a long weekend of eating chocolate.
A Guide to Dulwich Hill
Just beyond Marrickville, Dulwich Hill is filled with fresh baklava, warm flatbreads and charcoal-grilled chicken. We’ve planned out a guide to eating it all.
Open Over Easter
We may be enjoying an extra-long weekend this Easter, but these bars, restaurants and cafes are staying open for your stay-cation pleasure. Step away from the chocolate.
Win a Private Biennale Tour plus Dinner and Accommodation on Cockatoo Island
We’re giving you the chance to win an exclusive overnight stay on Cockatoo Island in the middle of the Biennale with dinner and a private tour.
A Comedian’s Guide to the Sydney Comedy Festival
With a mountain of comedians to sift through at this year’s Comedy Festival, sometimes it’s best to go straight to the source. We asked seven comedy-festival veterans to pick their favourites from the dizzying list of known, and unknown, names.
Romance Was Born has launched a very special exhibition at Carriageworks in conjunction with artist Rebecca Baumann.
Grumpy in Castle Cove
Vaucluse’s The Grumpy Baker is bringing artisan baking to an area starved of it.
Kitchen by Mike’s New Tuckshop
Want your lunchbreak to involve more eating and less waiting? Check out the new Tuckshop at Kitchen by Mike.
Simple and honest, Scout’s Honour is bringing hefty sandwiches to Redfern.
A World Underwater
Annabelle Gaspar’s dream-like images are a lesson in the mercurial nature of water.
Aesop Opens in Balmain
Aesop heads over the Anzac Bridge to open a new store designed with Henry Wilson.
On the Menu at TEDxSydney
Custom-made, local, young wine, Young Henry’s gin and beer infused with native ingredients are in store for those heading to TEDxSydney.
Enter the Rising Sun
Motorbikes, ramen, coffee and cake should make for strange bedfellows, but not at Rising Sun.
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Heading out this week
Australian Vernacular Exhibition
8th February – 18th May
Anne Frank Exhibition
7th March – 8th June
Afghanistan Hidden Treasures at the Art Gallery of NSW
7th March – 15th June
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12th March – 11th May