10 Exciting Events In Sydney During September 2017

Sydney, as we all know, is one of the best holiday destinations in the world, by virtue of its vibrant lifestyle, culture and happenings in the city. If you are visiting the Harbour City this September, choose bus charter in Sydney to attend these events without any hassle!

Captain Cook Father’s Day Breakfast or Buffet Lunch

Aboard the Captain Cook ship on the 3rd of September to enjoy priceless harbour views, while feeding on a scrumptious breakfast on the Father’s Day. You can either choose buffet lunch or breakfast with some great savings on family pack. The hot and cold buffet breakfast will include tea, coffee, fruit juice, cereals, sautéed mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, eggs, bacon, yoghurt, baked beans, rolls, croissants and chipolatas. On the other hand, the lunch will see oysters being served with local seafood, dessert and salad. Make sure to board at 9 AM cruise for breakfast.

The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes 6 sep

History enthusiasts will travel back in time to discover the fascinating world of Sherlock Homes, and the man behind this legend, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The exhibition will be featuring more than 350 interactive objects, giving you an opportunity to browse through the first editions and manuscripts by the man himself. The whole thing will make you feel like a detective, where you can try your hand at chromatography or even conduct blood splatter or footprint analysis. Visitors will learn how Sherlock used his observation power to solve some of the bizarre mysteries.

Summer Soccer Tournament

Starting 9th of September, the Summer Soccer Tournament organised by Goal Soccer Academy is a great opportunity for your kids to develop their soccer skills and make new friends. It will be held on the synthetic pitch of the new Waverley Park, and children can join as an individual or as a team. The matches will run from 3 PM to 5 PM, so as to allow everyone to participate.

Sydney Colourfest 2017

Due to be held on the Sydney Showgrounds on the 10th of September, the Sydney Colourfest is a family-friendly event that will bring together different communities under one roof with an extensive line-up of colourful entertainment, kids rides and bustling food stalls. The main objective of this festival is to promote friendship, freedom and love by throwing organic colours. Some of the finest DJs in the city will be spinning the best EDM, House, RnB and pop tracks, with non-stop dancing. The fantastic atmosphere is sure to amuse the whole family.

Fun Little Sex Games: Tantra for the Rest of Us

For all the snoopy couples out there, Curious Creatures are coming up with Sex Games workshop in Sydney on the 16th of September at Leela centre. People of all sexual orientation are welcome to attend the event with their lover, partner or just a friend. Held in a positive environment, the workshop focuses around sexual expression and sexuality, through which you will be guided by Roger. He breathes sex-positivity in a way that imparts good vibes to the others, and that’s what you would want. Although, you always have an option to sit out of certain activities or work in partial nudity.

Whale Watching in Sydney Harbour

The whale watching season has already begun and what better place than Sydney Harbour to spot some whales gliding past the waters. The cruise will begin at the Circular Quay passing through the Opera house, while heading into the waters. The 3-hour ride has a morning and afternoon slot and sighting is pretty much guaranteed. In case you are unable to spot one either from the outdoor or indoor viewing platform, you can take a free ride again.

Opera Wine And Dine

In association with The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, the Opera Bites brings you an incredible evening of costumed opera on the 22nd September, with a 3-course dinner and select wines on offer. They have been entertaining diverse audience over the years with their performances and continue to do the same. Join in for a ‘Turkish Delight’ in an operatic magic ride as you are seduced by the inspirational melodies. See how the heroes Pedrillo and Belmonte rescue their loved ones from the evil clutch of the harem keeper, Osmin.

St Ives Medieval Faire 2017

St Ives Medieval Faire will be returning to Sydney for a fantastic 2-day extravaganza this 23rd and 24th of September at the St Ives Showground. It will be turned into a medieval kingdom complete with fully armed warriors, thrilling banters and a colossal catapult firing projectiles into the air. Come along with your friends and family and indulge yourself in the true display of medieval life, drama and entertainment. There will be a lavish feast on the opening day, followed by experiencing the live thrill of jousting. Get yourself lost in the bustling Medieval Village filled with stunning Medieval Wares, talented artisans and friendly artists.

Angus and Julia Stone at Enmore Theatre

The award winning duo of brother and sister will be performing live on the 26th of September at the Enmore theatre as a part of their Australian tour. They have released multiple albums with some soulful lyrics that speak of great wisdom. The heartfelt voice of Julia Stone will be backed up by the hipster-like vocals of Angus Stone to create some magical sounds. They will be supported by a 14 year-old soul singer, Ruel, who blew everyone by singing ‘Weathered’ on Like a Version.

Southern Highlands Food and Wine Festival 2017

The Southern Highlands Region is known for some of the best wineries in the state and the annual festival, which brings together the best of gourmet food and wine. This year it will be taking place on the 30th of September at the scenic Corbett Gardens with wine tastings, pop-up restaurants and lots of entertainment on offer. Justine Schofield will be the masterclass chef of the event who will showcase live cooking demonstrations and some expert advice to the visitors. This is an all-family event suited for people of all ages and abilities.

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