Community Billboard 12th May-19th May
In the plant world, colour is the essential ingredient for pollination. Watch as The Calyx is transformed into an ever-changing kaleidoscope of colour in the new, free floral display Pollination.
Curated by the horticultural team at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the display features a collection of plants and flowers showcasing the role colour plays in natures magnificent act of pollination.
Garden beds of vibrant coloured orchids, daisies, gardenias and lilies are set against the backdrop of the display hero – the green wall.
The wall, the largest of its kind in Australia, standing at 6 metres high and spanning 50 metres, showcases the Pollination theme with Dichondra, Syngonium and Heuchera.
Every day, 10am to 4pm
Thursday 3 May to Wednesday 15 August 2018
Sydney star trails walking tour explores Sydney’s natural evening beauty and astronomical heritage.
With your guide, you’ll visit Dawes Point and Observatory Hill. Watch the stars come out and spend the night stargazing!
Sydney Harbour has long been a place to observe the night sky. From the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation to the last government astronomer, the Rocks has been home to several discoveries of the southern night sky.
Come and explore the rich southern night sky heritage.
Adult: 25$ / Child: 10$
Most Saturdays from 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Sydney is built upon some of the oldest occupied territory in the world.
Find out how Gadi and its people got their names, immerse yourself in Sydney’s Aboriginal language and discover more about incredibly rich cultures.
The exhibition features both historic and contemporary objects and archaeological material never seen by the public.
Every day, 9.30am to 5pm
Tuesday 17 April to Saturday 23 June 2018
Adult: 15$ / Child: 8$
Cnr William & College Streets, Sydney
Unwelcome like no other birds, seagulls are part of our city. The photographs are attempting to capture the close relationship between birds and humans and the way they integrate in our city, displaying the beauty of these amazing flying creatures like never before.
A lot of articles have recently highlighted the aggressive nature of these birds, the main culprit being humans feeding them. Is it really the gulls fault to be located near populated areas with no other place to go than near us?
The complexity comes as they are protected in Sydney, not always welcome, but not deterred by us.
A display of large scale photography and intriguing postures captured over several years, creating a dialogue of two worlds in the middle of the city.
After all, seagulls are the first resident of Sydney!
Everyday until the 14 May from 12pm to 6pm.
51 William St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia