This Spring, Sydney will come alive with an exciting array of events and festivals. Read on to find out more.
Manly International Jazz Festival
To entertain the music lovers and jazz fans from all over Australia and overseas, Manly International Jazz Festival is back on 29 September 2012 and will run until 1 October 2012. The largest community based jazz festival will incorporate more than 70 free performances on six outdoor stages throughout the day. And the evenings will be filled with ticketed concerts taking place indoors. Come over and mingle with hordes of like-minded people while having a terrific long weekend in this festive and charming atmosphere.
Crave Sydney International Food festival Australia's biggest food festival will be running throughout October to appease the curiosity and palate of locals and tourists alike. The elaborate program itinerary includes meeting A'class master chefs from around the globe at the World Chef Showcase weekend for only $40, savouring diverse range of noodles at the Night Noodle Market at Hyde Park, enjoying opera while having breakfast on Bondi beach with breakfast king Bill Granger and Pete Evans from My Kitchen Rules. And much much more.
Australian International Motor Show The car lovers are in for a treat this October when the Australian International Motor Show kicks off on 19 October 2012 running until 28th October 2012 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition centre. Promising to be bigger and better than above this show will bring to you the latest innovations, creations and trends in the amazing and dynamic world of cars.
On its 19th year, the Greek Film Festival will commence on 16 October 2012 and will draw its curtain on 4th November 2012 at the Palace Norton Street. On offer are the best of the best Greek films, cherry-picked to deliver an extravagance of sensory overload.
The 8th Annual Beer Festival Starting on 27th October 2012, a two-day event the 8th Annual Beer Festival is a delicious celebration of Australian beer. Brewers from across the nation will gather in one location and showcase their world class beer delighting your senses while augmenting your knowledge and understanding of beer.
Festival of Fisher's Ghost Like every November in the past, this November Campbelltown will again be the setting for the legendary Festival of Fisher's Ghost. Names after Australia's most renowned ghost, Frederick Fisher, this festival includes the beautiful Street Parade, the prestigious Fisher's Ghost Art Award, annual Fisher's Ghost Fun Run, a Street Fair, Craft Exhibition, Open Days, a giant Carnival with fireworks and many more. Starting on 2 November 2012, this 10 day event will steal the heart of children and adults alike.
Darling Harbour Fireworks Darling Harbour sky will lit up with bright hues and sparkly colours as fireworks will be organised every Saturday from 9pm onwards in the months of October and November.
Egyptian Festival On 11 November 2012, Sydney will experience the Egyptian Festival featuring folkloric dance, music, artefacts, displays and some of the best cuisine Egypt has to offer. Steep yourself for a day in the exotic Egyptian culture and the heritage of the legendary Pharaohs.
Japanese Film Festival
On its 16th year, the Japanese Film Festival will be unveiled on the 14 November 2012. Running until 25 November 2012, this festival will be the ultimate meeting ground of the best and the finest films in the arena of Japanese movies.
World Toilet Day On 19 November 2012, Sydney will be celebrating the World Toilet Day as a tribute to the billions of people around the world who has no access or limited access to clean and proper sanitation.
Bondi Short Film Festival
The Bondi Short Film Festival is back for the 12th time on 24 November 2012. This film festival is famous for the amazing line up of exquisite short films which are presented to the patrons without charging entry fee. This absolutely free event will be held at the Bondi Pavilion.
The cultural capital of Australia, Sydney is infamous for holding events throughout the year and especially during the gorgeous season of Spring. So get into your Spring mood and enjoy the above-mentioned fabulous events with your near and dear ones.