With the end of the year quickly approaching and summer days nearing, we’ve rounded up 6 must-try events going on in Sydney to keep your weekends adventurous and your sunny evenings jam-packed with fun.
From bottomless brunch to an avocado wellness weekend (no joke), read below for 6 must-do events this October.
Day drinking has never looked so good with Jamie’s Italian offering a $50 Long Lunch with Bottomless Prosecco every Saturday and Sunday until the end of October from 12-4 pm, for 2 hours. Choose from your choice of five different pasta dishes, polenta chips, Rocket & Parmesan Salad, and of course bottomless Prosecco. All pasta is made fresh on-site every day, according to what Jamie Oliver recipe they are promoting. What better way to celebrate the beginning of Summer than an afternoon filled with laughter, good food, good company, unlimited Prosecco, and great memories! For those who want something sweet, we are also giving guests the option to add an espresso martini or any dessert for just $10.
Australia’s first avocado wellness weekend will be held in Sydney this October. From avocado facials and avocardio workouts to dying fabric with avocado seeds, Avotherapy is set to be a smash with avo-lovers and better yet, it’s entirely free.Avotherapy is a celebration of the mood-boosting health benefits of avocado, brought to you by Australian Avocados. It will be popping up in Surry Hills at Paramount Recreation Club with two full days of wellness workshops and activities.
Good Food will be returning to Sydney this month, it’s the biggest food festival in Australia. Be prepared to feast your eyes on an event filled with food stalls, masterclasses, brunches, dining experiences and much more. The month long celebrations will showcase the best in local restaurant produce, what’s not to love!
Hills Food and WIne Festival is an incredible day out with amazing stallholders at The Hills First Food and Wine Festival this October at Bella Vista Farm! The Hills Food and Wine Festival will centre around live music, rides, food and beverage sampling, market stalls and many more for you and the family to enjoy.
Yet another year is coming to an end which means the world’s biggest anurall, free outdoor sculpture exhibition will be returning to Bondi. The iconic exhibitions transforms the Bondi to Tamarama 2km walk into a long sculpture park for three weeks, featuring 100 sculptures by both International and Australian artists.
The Noodle Night Markets are back yet again, where Hyde Park will transform into a bustling Asian street food festival this October. Be prepared to embark on a vibrant journey through Asia with all kinds of traditions Asian flavours. Keep note that this year the Night Noodle Markets will be on for a reduced duration this year, however they have extended the opening hours on the weekend.