Nestled away on the top floor of the Market City shopping centre in Haymarket are bumper cars for the kids. The cost is $5/car or you can get 4 rides on the dodgems for $15. There's a sign saying height and weight
Sydney rain isn't a pain, rainy days in Sydney are great for experiencing Sydney's hidden activities. Sydney has theatres, museums, arcades and plenty of warm bars with activities on a rainy day. Make the most of rainy days in Sydney with this extensive list of Rainy Day Activities in Sydney after the ad.
If you're looking for a cool little place that'll impress friends or a date, somewhere to eat that is cool enough it might rub off on you. Work in progress is the place for you! Originally a pop-up, the graffiti adorned
Sydney has a lot of rainy days regardless of the time of year. Why not have some fun with that and sing in the rain? You can either sing in the rain while you're going to and from places, or you could take the
Sydney artist Mark Hanham opened his first gallery in 2011, further proving his position as one of Sydney's exciting young artists. Mark's gallery has grown to become of Sydney's most successful, and his work quickly
Get ready for an adventure that brings the classic point-and-click adventure game out of your PC and into real life. Locked in a room with your group of friends, you must find clues, crack codes, and solve the mystery to
Close to Sydney and great for Rainy Days... Have you always wanted to bring out the inner skater in you? Open all day, seven days a week, Ice Zoo ice rink in Alexandria provides you with the opportunity to do just that!
This is a great night out watching Elvis sing some of his all-time classics (and all of your requests). Sing along with Elvis whilst eating from a yummy set menu of Pizza, Pasta, Greek Salad and Garlic Bread. The
From the street, you wouldn't know this little gem was located behind the commercial buildings. The Golden Age Cinema, is an intimate and stylish affair - previously the private screening room at Paramount Pictures.
The best way to spend a Friday Night in winter is at one of the many hidden bars in Sydney. Prohibition may be long gone, but the extravagance and secretive spirit of the 1920s is still thriving..A crowd favourite is
I'm 35 years old an only just discovered this amazing treat. My dreams tonight will be filled with the yummy things. Mini pretzels covered in dark chocolate are manna from heaven. The richness of the dark chocolate
Hip-hop culture and sneaker-heads collide in this amazing (gimmicky?) new Surry Hills opening. Butter is the love-child of ex-Rockpool and Thievery chefs, who’ve pulled together one of the hottest (literally) food
The Darlinghust Theatre Company has been entertaining audiences since 2001, and it's 2016 season has some exciting local productions coming up like Savages, Broken, and Remembering Pirates. Ticket prices vary by show,
Kart-atak, the sydney go karting place near the airport (technically wolli creek) the nearest place to get a motor sport fix to the sydney as it's < 30mins drive from the CBD.The go karts at wolli creek are fast enough
Govindas is a staple of Sydney's dating scene. It's been around for about 15-20 years serving its vegetarian buffet to guests before or after a unique 'first-class' lay-down movie experience. Great food and a the movies
The Artery is a not for profit contemporary Aboriginal art gallery specialising in art from remote Aboriginal communities. The gallery works closely with established and emerging Aboriginal artists. The gallery is
Hidden streets back from the main drag of Kings Cross is a red curtain hiding some stairs leadding down to a small entertaining spaec where comedy is held. The small darkened room has all the feeling of a 1910's era