Community Billboard 5th July-11th July
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.
Dharawal National Park Walking Tours
Just an hour away from Sydney’s CBD, Dharawal National Park provides stunning scenery and an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Until recently, public access to the bushland was restricted, now you can enjoy guided tours of the park every second Saturday of the month.
The 90-minute walks are designed for people of all fitness levels and there are options for children as well as wheelchair accessible tours. Guiding the way will be an Aboriginal Discovery Ranger who will share local knowledge about flora and fauna along the way, as well as Dreamtime stories that connect Indigenous Australians to the area. Bookings are essential.
School Holiday Digital Workshops
Get rid of those troubleso.. I mean lovely kids for a few hours during the school holidays. There’s a digital workshop for kids of all ages at the Powerhouse Museum in July.
Team up to become masters of Minecraft, develop games, step into the exciting world of computer science, make movie magic, explore virtual reality or create your own props.
Let your future NASA engineers explore the exciting world of coding and programming as they create their own games, bring LEGO to life, learn the tricks of animation, become space detectives. Everyday Until July 17th.
Photographer Sunny Brar is showcasing successful, talented and aspiring leaders in the Indigenous communities of Australia.
These include elders, community leaders, young students, sports stars, entertainers and everyday heroes that shape the future of Indigenous peoples.
Subjects include actor Jack Charles, politician Linda Burney, activist Bonita Mabo, footballer Cody Walker, actress Miranda Tapsell, and activist Clinton Pryor.
Another one for the kids and in turn parents sanity! Send them off to the Sydney Observatory to solve a crime of stellar proportion that has been committed. They need your curious minds and keen eyes to solve the case!
Join our astronomers at the scene of the crime and look through our telescopes as you use your investigation skills to solve the mystery and learn more about the universe. Everyday until July 17th.
Tai chi has been used to keep fit and prevent and cure diseases among the Chinese people since the 16th century.
It is a gentle and pleasurable means of attaining and maintaining health and harmony in mind and body, mobility, suppleness and mental alertness.
The class is suitable for all ages and levels of physical ability. The teacher is highly experienced and works closely with your level of experience, from beginner to advanced.