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Manor House Boutique Hotel

86 Flinders St , Darlinghurst NSW 2010
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Oaks Hyde Park Plaza

38 College Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Oaks Hyde Park Plaza offers accommodation with sweeping views across Hyde Park to the city. It's located a pleasant stroll from Sydney's Westfield department stores, financial and business districts, and just around the corner from the funky Oxford Street with its cosmopolitan strip of boutiques, cafes and nightlife. The spacious one and two bedroom apartments have separate lounge and dining areas and fully equipped kitchens, while the studio apartment has kitchenette and tea and coffee making facilities. Most apartments are twice the size of average hotel rooms and some have balconies for the best vantage point to take in the district views. There's also an outdoor rooftop swimming pool, spa, sauna and fully-equipped gym. On the doorstep, Hyde Park is a haven for recreation and relaxation. The central pathway through the park is an impressive, fig-lined road linking it to the other features, the Archibald Fountain and the War Memorial....

Australian Institute Of Travel & Tour.....

Darlinghurst Public School, Cnr Liverpool St & Barcom Ave, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Australian Institute Of Travel & Tour.....

Darlinghurst Public School, Cnr Liverpool St & Barcom Ave, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Understand Down Under

101 William Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
You are invited to Understand the real Down Under. UDU doesn’t just take you to the best destinations; they believe it’s the experience you have there that matters. Their tours are unique, but the guides make the difference. Specialising in tailored private charter tours. UDU was the first to run tours to the Royal National Park, Sydney’s best-kept secret. 30 kilometres south of Sydney and on the coast, with more biodiversity than the UK, it’s also the second oldest National Park in the world. Their unique approach travels to more popular destinations, including the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains, Sydney along with its history, harbour and beaches, the Hunter Valley vineyards, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, the nation's capital Canberra, Port Stephens with its dunes, dolphins and whales , and the picturesque South Coast. Tours are often all inclusive, however sometimes there are options on the day to increase flexibility....

Annawombat Bike Tour Sydney

Corner Prince Albert Road and College Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Take an Annawombat Bike Tour to see Sydney from the vantage point of two wheels. Choose between the two and a half hour Quick and Easy Tour, the four hour long Sunset Tour or a Private Tour. Pedal along through Hyde Park, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Walsh Bay, The Royal Botanical Gardens and Chinatown. Cycle casually over and under the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and enjoy magnificent views of Sydney Harbour from Observatory Hill. And of course no trip to Sydney would be complete without a bike ride around the incredible Sydney Opera House. Enjoy a professional bike tour with one of their friendly guides. ...

National Art School

Forbes Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
The National Art School (NAS) is a significant Australian visual arts institution, with origins that can be traced back to 1843. It has a rich tradition of artistic practice and a well-renowned alumni. Aside from educational programs, NAS has a year-long program of exhibitions, public programs and lectures, managed through the NAS Gallery, Art Forum, the Study Centre for Drawing and six School departments; Ceramics, Photomedia, Painting, Printmaking, Drawing, Sculpture and Art History & Theory. NAS’s historic venues, including the Cell Block Theatre and The Chapel, are also available for hire for commercial events, theatrical productions and private and public functions....

Luminous World Exhibition

National Art School, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Luminous World brings together a selection of contemporary paintings, objects and photographs from the Wesfarmers Collection in a conversation about light. The exhibition includes works by 50 leading Australian and New Zealand artists, including Brook Andrew, Paddy Bedford, Brian Blanchflower, Timothy Cook, Dale Frank, Rosalie Gascoigne, Bill Henson, Susan Norrie, Elizabeth Nyumi, Fiona Pardington, Michael Riley, David Stephenson, Judy Watson and Nyapanyapa Yunupingu. For a list of programs and events held in conjunction with the exhibition please visit the website. The Summer Exhibition Launch will take place from 6pm to 8pm on Thursday, 14 January 2016. A cash bar will be available....

He Made She Made

70 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
He Made She Made Concept Gallery aims to showcase and promote the work of Australian creatives within the realm of art and design. They host monthly exhibitions tied to a conceptual theme which encourage said creatives to experiment and push their capabilities. The results are often surprising, unexpected and always a crowd pleaser....

Lighten Up

10 Nimrod Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
In Australia, they like ‘em blonde and bronzed. In India, it’s ‘fair and lovely’. What happens if you’re stuck in between? John Green is an Anglo-Indian Australian actor who dreams of being cast in his favourite soap, ‘Bondi Parade’. The problem is, his coloured contacts can’t hide the fact that his skin is more brown than white. Meanwhile, his skin bleaching mum, Bronwyn, is adamant that he should be procreating with a blonde, white Aussie woman to rid the family of any sign of their ethnic heritage. You guess who he falls in love with. This very funny play by actor (and Bollywood leading-man) Nicholas Brown and comedian Sam McCool tells a universal tale of identity, cultural assimilation and bleaching your bits. Produced by Bali Padda....

The Pride - Darlinghurst Theatre Company

Eternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
The Pride by Alexi Kaye Campbell. Two stories shifting from 1958 to the present and back again. In the first, Oliver and Phillip fall for each other but are forced to be strangers to both desire and to themselves. In the other, the rainbow-stickered present, anonymous sex and empty style collide with the human heart. Alexi Kaye Campbell's Olivier Award-winning The Pride is a remarkable reflection on our times, our past, and society's journey. Presented in association with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival 2016. Director: Shane Bosher. Cast includes: Geraldine Hakewill, Simon London and Matt Minto....

American Institute for Foreign Study - Australia

10-14 Oxford Square, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) is one of the largest global providers of cultural exchange opportunities. Established in 1964 more than 55,000 people each year participate on an AIFS program. They have an extensive range of packages and programs for working holiday makers including: AIFS' Arrival Package, Work and Travel Australia, AIFS Au Pair in Australia, and AIFS Volunteer. AIFS also sends Australians overseas on Camp America and Au Pair in America programs. AIFS' central Sydney travellers centre hosts a Job Desk and travel shop, AIFS Travel. ...

Bitter Phew

Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Escape the bustle of Oxford Street and head upstairs into Bitter Phew's little slice of beer paradise, or Sit at the large oregon bar, unwind with your favourite beer while watching the world go by on Oxford Street or head out the back to the keg garden. Bitter Phew have 12 taps rotating with the purpose and passion of making the world of craft beer accessible to Sydneysiders and welcome all beer enthusiasts to come in and experience our selection of their finest local and international boutique beers....

El' Circo Blanc

Little Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…Five course Russian Degustation and five winter circus acts. Immerse yourself in the glittering charm of the Russian Winter Circus at El’ Circo Blanc. Enjoy a five course degustation menu, crafted to bring their story to life through scent and taste, while their multi-talented cast of circus performers, performing aerial lyra, aerial silks, aerial straps, burlesque, acrobatic pole, contortion, live vocals, vaudeville juggling, mime, and pas de deux. With sold out seasons in 2013, 2014 and 2015, this winter wonderland experience is not to be missed!...

Guest Residences by The Country Trader

92a Surrey Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Guest Residences by The Country Trader offer three exquisite private residences, each one has a unique aspect and its own personality created by Geoffrey Clark and his team at The Country Trader. The Country Trader is one of Sydney's most famous design houses, an antiques and interior design mecca frequently featured in local and international design magazines such as Belle, Vogue Living and Wallpaper. Guest Residences by The Country Trader are set up to for guests to live in luxury and to entertain at home, whether in the sumptuous sitting and dining rooms or on the fabulous outdoor terraces. The apartments are fully self-contained. Guest Residences by The Country Trader have redefined and set a new benchmark for visitor accommodation in Sydney with a unique style. To stay at the Residences is to be at the heart of the urban excitement of Sydney, and to experience it like a local. ...

Risqué Revue

41 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Indulge yourself at Risqué Revue, an evening of fine French cuisine, accompanied by a magnificent production show set in the heart of Paris. Risqué Revue is a multi-act theatrical production that pays homage to famous European cabaret shows like Moulin Rouge with a very modern twist while retaining the integrity of the classic French showcase. Expect gorgeous showgirls, striking costumes, daring aerial acts accompanied by superb fine dining with a distinctly French flavour - Risqué Revue is the ultimate European cabaret experience outside of France. The acclaimed production features magnificent aerial routines, live vocals, exquisite costumes, striking lighting and projections, and choreographed production numbers. Not to mention that infamous aerial bathtub routine!...

Sydney Mardi Gras Parade

Oxford Street and Flinders Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
There is no more perfect combination of passion and people than The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade. Every year, hundreds of thousands of spectators from all over the world bring the city to a standstill as they cheer on a jaw dropping parade of 10,000 fabulous people. This dizzying spectacle flows like a river of queer humanity, switching effortlessly between sexy satire and from high brow to sequined eyebrow. Tying it all together is an overarching sense of love and a joyous celebration of the hard won freedom to be whoever you are. This is a free event so be sure to arrive early to experience one of the world's most memorable parades. Premium ticketed viewing areas are also available. Visit the official Mardi Gras website for details....
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Kirketon Hotel Sydney - by 8Hotels

229 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Nestled amongst the hype of vibrant Darlinghurst, but far enough to experience the true meaning of staying in an intimate 40 room boutique hotel in the heart of Sydney's restaurant, bar and nightclub district. Moments to Oxford Street and Kings Cross station, Woolloomooloo, the financial district and Botanic Gardens. Flooded with genuine warmth and charisma, you'll experience all the charm from the moment you walk through the lobby and venture down the mysterious hallways filled with mirrors and red carpet. Each room shadows the common area's ambience but is transformed into a quiet hideaway of warmth and cosiness. Home to award winning bar 'Eau De Vie' and Asian dining experience 'Fu Manchu', you've got some of the most stylish institutions at your feet. The Kirketon is a great option for busy corporate travellers, adventurous holiday makers and friends looking for a fun night out in Sydney's most popular nightlife district. ...

Pocket Bar

13 Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Pocket Bar is one of the original small bars in Sydney. It's a cosy underground hole-in-the-wall kind of bar in downtown Darlinghurst, serving signature cocktails and crepes seven days a week until midnight. They believe in good drinks, good eats and good times. Pocket Bar has been nominated for a whole bunch of award stuff - but most of all they love their regulars. They like the idea of when your local is your lounge room, which pretty much sums up Pocket in a nutshell....

Pip Utton: Eternity Playhouse

39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Award-winning solo performer Pip Utton tours three of his most acclaimed pieces of political theatre in his debut Australia tour with Imagination Workshop. All three of these performances, Playing Maggie, Adolf and Churchill, demonstrate live theatre at its best. They are both gritty and gripping and present an atmosphere so poignant you could cut it with a knife. Theatre is supposed to ask questions, provoke thought, offer an insight into a world different to your own, and to introduce to you characters you would not otherwise meet. Playing Maggie, Adolf, and Churchill does just that with epic finesse. This debut Australia tour produced by Imagination Workshop is ideal for theatre audiences; students of drama, 20th century studies and politics; expat Brits, those with a keen eye for current affairs, and anyone keen to witness two performances with an unbeatable level of honesty, research and enthusiasm. Adolf: Monday – Tuesday January 23 - 24, 8pm - 9:15pm Churchill: Wednesday and Friday January 25 and 27, 8pm - 9:15pm Playing Maggie: Saturday - Sunday January 28 - 29, 8pm - 9:15pm...

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