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Are you cultural interested, artaddicted or a history lover? Then YABUN FESTIVAL could be the perfect showcase for you!

Aboriginies are seen as an imporant part in former Australian history, shaping Australia's culture and life.
To get to know more about them, the nation’s largest one day exposition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural arts is coming to Sydney. At Yabun Festival 2015, performers from across many genres including; blues, country, folk, hip hop, pop and spoken word poetry will take the stage. Along with the music program, Yabun 2015 will additionally offer an extended dance program including smoking ceremonies, SpeakOut tent, arts and craft stalls and kids activities.

When: On Monday 26 January from 10am - 19pm

Where: Victoria Park, Cnr City Road and Parramatta Rd Camperdown 2050

Costs: Free


Next Monday it's Australian Day, time to celebrate! Come together with your family and friends and join the massive ceremony that inspires the nation!

Australia Day is more than just a public holiday. Whether you’re in the city, on the coast or in a regional area, there are lots of events going on.
A huge playground for kids at Hydepark, two free concerts at Sydney Opera House, streetperformers, free concerts in the Rocks and extravagante fireworks at Darling Harbour.

It's guaranteed to be a blast for the whole family!

Where: all around Sydney

When: Monday 26 January from 7:30am - 10pm

Costs: Free


'Full of real power and dark beauty' thats how the famous French magazine Le Figaro describes this show of the artist James Thierrée.
A vibrant combination of circus, dance and theatre that builds to an unforgettable climax. Tabac Rouge benefits of diverse imagery, ideas, mirrors on the stage, a bunch of emotions and atmospherics. It evokes everything from Alice in Wonderland and King Lear to Hieronymus Bosch – but we promise you’ve seen nothing like it.

Where: Sydney Theatre at Walsh Bay, 22 Hickson Road Walsh Bay 2000

When: Between Wednesday 07 January and Friday 23 January from 8pm to 9.40pm

Costs: Adult from $72


This Thursday the Australian Museum will give you the chance to expierence an exhibition through a completely different angle.
For a limited time only, the Australian Museum will open late on Thursday nights, giving visitors the chance to experience the Aztecs exhibition after dark and enjoy Mexican-themed entertainment and food.

Where: Australian Museum, 6 College Street (opposite Hyde Park) Sydney 2000

When: 22 January 2015,
Time: 5 – 9pm

Costs: Adult: $12
Children: $7


For all Artlovers, this could be the right occasion for you: several art courses offered by specialists and professional artists across a range of mediums, including ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, drawing, painting, and street art.

Where: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street Chippendale 2008

When: Between Tuesday 27 January and Monday 30 March from 09.30am to 9pm

Costs: from to $210 to $350 (depending on the class)


Exploring Sydney Observatory is a good idea: from Sydney Planetarium over 3D space theatre to telescope sessions - this Observatory has got basically everything!
Sydney Observatory represents exhibitions and programs which reflect the rich history of the site and of Sydney Observatory as an astronomical observatory, timekeeper, signal station and meteorology centre.

Where: Sydney Observatory, Watson Road Observatory Hill The Rocks 2000

When: Sunday 25 January from 18.30 to 22.30

Costs: prices vary depending on the date


Waterfall Swings? Yes, you've heard right!
On Saturday you have the fun possibility to try the perfect summertime playset (or intelligent swing) creating a cascading curtain of water that miraculously opens just in time to allow the rider to pass through.
Being a kid or just wanting to refeel your childhood, while enjoying beautiful Darling Harbour scenery, come join his event.

So come join this event to have a marvellous day!

Where: Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Park Sydney 2000

When: Saturday 24 January from 9am - 9pm

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