Visit the bush through art
An immersive new multi-screen video projection is taking viewers on a journey into nature called Bush Country Voices. A group of artists – including First Nations practitioners – lived on-site at the Western Sydney Parklands to help develop the project, with the result allowing audiences to experience Australia’s natural wonders in a unique way.

The return of the cookie pie
It’s been a year since Messina first released its limited edition cookie pie, and it’s celebrating with a new flavour: chocolate-chip birthday cookie pie with vanilla custard and birthday cake crumble. Sign up for pre-sale release and set your alarm for 9am on Monday.

Free Asian-inspired schnitties
Bings, the fast-casual Barangaroo eatery from the Lotus Dining Group, is reopening its doors after being shuttered for more than a year. To celebrate, it’s handing out free schnitzels to customers between 11am and 2.30pm Friday week, April 16. The new range of oversized schnitties includes a Korean number with gochujang and kimchi and a honey mustard version with bonito and seaweed.

Go behind the scenes at Sydney Fish Market
Family-friendly tours have returned to the Sydney Fish Market after a year-long hiatus. Learn about the site’s history, watch the Dutch auction and buying system up close, tour the auction floor (with over 100 species of fish on offer), witness oyster shucking and more.

Pretend you’re in Bali
Colourful Indonesian restaurant Salt & Palm is bringing the beaches of Bali to Glebe with its new happy hour menu, featuring $10 cocktails designed with tropical ingredients. Think tequila and coconut water with chilli flakes and young coconut flesh; rum with fresh lemongrass and butterfly pea tea; and a Javanese Sunset: vodka, banana liqueur, tamarind, mango, lemongrass, nutmeg and egg white. Happy hour runs from Wednesdays to Sundays between 5pm and 7pm.