January 10, 2017

Are you looking for things to do this month and Australia Day? Sydney has a big line of activities and where to see the fireworks. Look no further than our great guide to celebrate.

 

Chatswood

 

Have you ever wanted to watch a family favourite under the stars for FREE? This month’s Family Flix are shown every Friday with free popcorn and unreserved seating will be provided on the night. The Concourse Urban Screen, 409 Victoria Avenue. For details and to register contact 8075 8111 | events@willoughby.nsw.gov.au. 13-27 Jan from 6pm-8pm.

 

Packemin Youth Productions will be performing the smash hit, Cats. A story based on Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. A tribe of cats called the Jellicles, a decision of which cat will ascend to the Heavyside Layer. From 13-28 Jan, The Concourse. Contact 8075 8111 to make you booking or visit the Concourse Box Office.

 

Enchanted Maze at Chatswood Chase Sydney. Join Alice, the Queen of Hears, Mad Hater and friends in a magical life-size maz. Located in Centre Court, Lower Ground level, 16 – 20 Jan 2017.

 

Have you ever wanted to see an award-winning high energy dance and visual spectacular direct from Japan? Unique combination of techno beat and audio-visual lights, Siro-A No Circus returns from 10-29 Jan. Bookings 8075 8111 or visit the Concourse Box Office.

 

The Sebel Chatswood is the perfect spot if you are heading in or out of the city. A 20 minute train ride from Chatswood station making the commute easy.

 

Australia Day

 

Thurs 26 Jan marks an Australian celebration, and here are a couple of ways to spend the day.

 

The Rocks is a popular destination with prime views of Sydney Harbour. With roaming entertainment and music that is sure to fun for the whole family. Giant board-games, to a giant swing, steet chalk art and food trucks to fill you up.

 

Darling Harbour will host an incredible harbourside party.  From 6pm Cockle Bay will come alive with a powerful Indigenous welcome song, speeches, dragon boaters and fireworks at 9pm.

 

40 boats both big and small will be partying on the ocean and decked out in their best dressed. Australia Day Harbour Parade will set sail from 12.45-2.15pm and the best vantage points are either Hickson Road Reserve, Sydney Opera House Northern Boardwalk, Farm Cove or Bradfield Park.