February in Sydney & NSW

February in Sydney is still very hot. Schools have resumed after their summer holidays. Major events include Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day.

February 2017 Events in Sydney & NSW

  • February (Friday) 2017 – School Term 1 begins in New South Wales schools: Western division (see AU school holiday dates) This is a pupil free day, students start on the following Monday.
  • Chinese New Year (For Chinese New Year party and costume ideas see ThemesForParties: Oriental).
  • 6 February (Monday) 2017 – New Zealand (Waitangi) Day Celebrations – Waitangi Day is New Zealand’s annual celebration of the signing of the Waitangi Treaty.
  • 14 February (Tuesday) 2017 – Valentine’s Day – see Valentine’s Day gift ideas.
  • 14 February (Tuesday) 2017V-Day – A global movement to stop violence against women and girls.

February Events from the forum

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Sydney's Gay and Lesbian History and Culture Walking TourSydney’s Gay and Lesbian History and Culture Walking Tour,
Sydney’s world-famous Mardi Gras is the evolution of 200 years of gay and lesbian history in Sydney. From the gay governor whose conduct scandalised the British Empire to the bright lights of the gay strip on Oxford Street, hear the stories and see the sites that define Sydney as one of the friendliest cities for gay and lesbian culture in the world. see more info and booking details from Viator (multiple currencies, select yours in top left of their pages)

Horse Riding, One Hour Trail Ride with Tuition - SydneyAdrenalinHorse Riding, One Hour Trail Ride with Tuition – Sydney

Take the foot off the accelerator and relax in the country with a 1 hour horse ride outside Sydney. All levels of experience catered for. (from Adrenaline)

Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck & 4D Cinema AdmissionAdrenalinSydney Tower Eye Observation Deck & 4D Cinema Admission

Sydney Tower Eye is a must-do while in the city that takes you to the highest point above Sydney for breathtaking 360-degree views of our beautiful harbour city. (from Adrenaline)

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