September 2019 in Sydney & NSW

Father's Day is on the first Sunday in September.

September 2019 School Holidays in NSW

September 2019 What's On in Sydney & NSW

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Posted 2 months ago by Patrick Lucarelli

Start your summer of cricket these September School Holidays and watch the all-conquering Australian Women’s Cricket Team in the first match of the Commbank T20 International Series against Sri Lanka. "Fill the Hill" at the...

 Sydney September

Posted 2 months ago by Interactive Theatre International

Officially the world’s longest running and most successful show of its kind, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is continuing to make its international mark as a ‘outrageously funny’ night out (BroadwayBaby). Tickets have sold out...

 Sydney September

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

28 SEPTEMBER 2019 The annual Curry Festival at Woolgoolga celebrates the unique history of the town. Woolgoolga is a seaside town on the Pacific Highway, approximately 550 km north of Sydney, 25 kilometres north of...

 Food Festivals, Sydney September

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

Taste the Difference, Feel the Difference, Make a Difference Monday 9 – Sunday 15 September 2019 National Organic Week Australia (NOW) is a week of targeted media and locally-held activities designed to increase awareness of the...

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Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Roald Dahl’s books, stories and poems have brought joy to generations of readers, delighting us with their crazy characters, unconventional plots and humorous wordplay.  Join the Poetry at SMSA group to hear several of Dahl’s...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Classic Film Night Starring Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis and Susan Harrison, Sweet Smell of Success(1957) is a tale of corrupt journalism rumoured to be based on the real life Walter Winchell, a slanderous and libellous gossip...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

From Colonial Sydney to Royal Sweden, and a Ladies Academy of Science In-Between. What did Fanny Macleay in colonial Sydney in 1826 have in common with the Dutch Golden Age painter Rachel Ruysch (1634-1750) and...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

50 Secrets of Surry Hills & Redfern reveals just how vibrant local history can be – particularly in inner-city Sydney. Journalist and speechwriter Michael Bodey explores the rich history and the personal stories, oddities and...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

After observing the transit of Venus in Tahiti, the Endeavour sails on through uncharted waters, racked by tension between Joseph Banks, who believes that a Southern Continent lies between South America and New Zealand, and Cook, who...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

The Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts is delighted to reinstitute the Carmichael Lecture, an annual lecture on education and related matters, in honour of one of our founders and first Vice President, the Reverend Henry...

 Sydney September



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