I am always looking out for new experiences, wherever I may find myself.
Carols Under the Bridge has become one of the most popular carols events in Sydney and more than 5000 people are expected to converge on one of Sydney's most spectacular locations when it takes place on Saturday December 13 this year.
The event will be held at Bredfield Park, in Kirribilli, and this year will be the tenth year in a row that Church by the Bridge has hosted the event. As ever, it costs nothing to attend and all you need to do is bring a rug and settle in for the show.
Entertainment will start at 5.00pm with a jazz performance from the Dave Halls Band. There will also be activities like face-painting, games and Super Sunday Man. At 7.30pm the Christmas carols concert will start, running until 9.00pm. Songbooks can be collected for free when you arrive.
The Dave Halls Band is a returning act - here they at at the 2011 event Image fro davehalls.com/
Food stalls at the park will offer beverages, meals and snacks and will be operating from 5.00pm, so there's no-need to cart dinner in. The charity partner of Carols under the Bridge, Anglicare, will also be running a stall and selling candles to raise funds for their Christmas appeal.
The best way to get to Carols Under the Bridge is by using pubic transport. Fortunately, it isn't too difficult; Milsons Point station is only 200 metres away from the park. Buses stop at the station and also at Alfred and Broughton Streets nearby.