Pristine beaches, thriving culture, laid back atmosphere and vibrant lifestyle make Sydney an amazing place to visit any time of the year. Plenty of events are lined up for November 2018, and you would want to attend some of these by booking bus charter in Sydney.
Paper Crafts Festival
It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner to paper crafting or passionate about stamping, scrapbooking or card making, the Paper Crafts Festival is here to be held at the Whitlam Centre from 9th to 11th of November. The show includes a lively mix of demonstration, education and products that create a fulfilling experience for anyone interested in paper crafting. You get a chance to discover exciting new products, stage demonstrations, learn tips and techniques and talk to fellow crafters. You can win some great prizes every hour!
Magners Sydney Irish Festival
On the 10th and 11th of November, 2 days of Irish fun will be taking over Sydney Showground in Sydney Olympic Park. Along with sport, this event combines a number of fest activities. Imagine a sport with footballers equipped with hockey sticks looking to net the sliotar, a hard leather-covered ball that is almost a size of a baseball. You will learn playing this game in a free hurling clinic. This is going to be once in a lifetime experience to witness a sporting event like this.
Greek Street Fair Burwood 2018
Greek Street Fair is a great opportunity to taste some Greek Food. Indulge yourself in Greek style of dancing, as you soak up the Greek culture at Burleigh Street in Burwood. At this fair, you can shop at the market stalls, eat Greek sweets, listen to Greek music and watch Greek dancing performances. Join in the fun and enjoy the famous Greek hospitality, making sure you don’t miss out on Mitsos. This popular event is primarily organised by Burwood Parish.
The Wild Party
The Wild Party is a story of Queenie and short-tempered lover, Burrs. In heat of the moment, Burrs is of the opinion to throw a party to end all the parties. With a guest list worthy of Gomorrah and Sodom, the party brims with bawdiest of vaudeville. From a devilish playboy to a brassy stripper, a flock of vivacious chorines to a morphine addict, a hopeful ingénue to a pair of hopeless producers, the character line-ups are as wicked as they come. During the wild night of a fun, skin and gin, the guests find themselves caught in a tangle of secrets, limbs and lust.
Diwali Street Festival
The festival of lights, Diwali will be taking over Wentworthville with all things fun and cultural. People from all walks of life can participate in this evening of entertainment with food stalls, market and workshops lining up the Station Street on the 17th of November. An Ali Sarshar, Pupinder Mintu and a Bollywood band will immerse you further with their moves and music. Get a colourful Bindi design or your face painted, while also look out for the roving magician. Children can indulge in Rangoli art workshop, creating patterns that include flower petals, dry flour or coloured rice.
St George Brick Fair
On the 18th of November, the annual St George Brick Fair will witness some of the greatest Lego creations in the country made by committed fanatics. There will be half a million Lego bricks on display that are sure to impress you. Kids can create their own masterpiece at the Brick Play Area. This fun family event is a great opportunity to enjoy with an open heart, knowing that your involvement will be helping children at the school to further their education.
It’s time to head to the Sicily Fest to be held on the 24th of November at the Tramsheds in the inner western part of Sydney. Here you can embrace all that is great about Italy, including spectacular food. It is also known for its delectable seafood prepared from freshest ingredients in the market. Sicilians also love their fruits, vegetables, salamis and cheeses. Enjoy your meal with some Italian vino, along with a granite or gelato. Italians have formulated a wide range of gelato flavours and Sicilians have an inventive way of eating them, by stuffing it into freshly baked brioche. You must be fortunate enough to explore this taste sensation at the Sicily Fest.
Suitcase Rummage Sydney 2018
The Suitcase Rummage is a treasure hunt, where you come up with handmade bargains, while having a good rummage. This mini market experience on the 25th of November is a free event for all the buyers, but you need to register if you are a seller. You will find everything here from bric-a-brac to jewellery to vintage. It’s a fantastic opportunity to shop sustainably, with plenty of competitions and offers coming your way.
Festival of the Arts
Hornsby’s Festival of the Arts is a cultural event that rejoices the shire’s literary, visual and performing talent. The series of exhibitions is the heart of the festival, but there’s a lot to see around the shire as well. The Art Prize Award Night will be kicking off the event, where awards are given in a variety of categories such as digital art, 3D works, printmaking, painting and drawing. Other exhibitions will be running parallel to the event, including Hornsby Library, showcasing the works of Hornsby Heights Photography Club, while the Ferry Artists Gallery showcasing local artists in Wisemans Ferry.
It’s time to embrace the change of season with an ideal evening to see outdoor cinema under the stars. Moonlight Cinema has been the centre of attraction to bring the best of cinema to beautiful city parklands of Australia. NAB presents the new program of cinematic brilliance, where you can rent a bean bed and buy dinner from trucks serving a great variety of movie-going morsels and hot food. You can either purchase your own drinks from the licensed bar or order drink service to your bean bed. Bring your own snacks, dinner and picnic rug if you love to be organised.