Community Billboard 16 December – 23 December
This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected.
Inglis Villiers Stakes Day
Racing heats up in Sydney as they head into the Summer season with a stunning line up of live racing and spectacular entertainment at Sydney’s premier racing locations. Come and support Surf Life Saving Australia in true Australian style with a sausage sizzle on the Octagonal Lawn and watch as Santa swaps the Sleigh for the Westpac helicopter as it delivers him the track.
Like its counterparts across the world, Sydney has been in a constant state of building, unbuilding and rebuilding as it has grown into the metropolis of today. The mix of Georgian, Victorian, Art Deco and modernist buildings that have formed the character of Sydney also tell the story of its changing fortunes, attitudes and needs. Come and discover the history of Sydney through 13 sites and ask yourself, what are the forces that have shaped our changing city and how do we value and preserve the heritage of the city we inherit?
Nude: art from the Tate
The nude is one of art’s oldest subjects – presenting a rich history of beauty and desire, eroticism and tenderness, secrets and scandal. In a partnership between Tate, London and the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Nude: art from the Tate collection presents the story of the nude through more than 100 powerful artworks spanning two centuries.
SIMA Summer Jazz
SIMA presents Summer Jazz, a showcase of the outstanding and imaginative work presented by Australian jazz musicians. Any Saturday you choose, you can enjoy an exceptional evening of music, infused with the spirit of the Australian summer. Come and listen to the sound of The Cope Street Parade and Sikkim Rex.
Rozelle Collectors Market
The Rozelle Collectors Market is one of Sydney's favourite outdoor second hand, bric-a-brac and antique markets. Stallholders have been selling their pre-loved wares to an ever expanding audience in the grounds of the Rozelle Public School for over 20 years, and the market community had developed a reputation as brilliant spot for a poke about, catch up with friends, and to bag some unique finds.