Sydney is known for many things and it does a fairly good job of incorporating most of them into the expansive and incredible event that is the Sydney Festival each January.
For three weeks from January 10th to 31st, the city sees a wealth of events and performances with something for virtually every kind of cultural consumer.
Theatre, music and dance are given a huge presence at the festival, with concerts, theatrical productions and dance shows catering to a wide range of tastes.
Guests young and old will find plenty on offer – family and children’s events ensure that no-one feels left out, while thought-provoking cinema and discussions will plenty of food for thought among older visitors.
Free attractions through the days and nights give something back to the army of dedicated culture vultures who flock to the city for the duration.
The festival will feature in excess of 80 experiences incorporating some 300 or more artists and performers. The Sydney Festival began in 1977 and has grown in stature ever since.
Sydney – Take a cruise of Sydney Harbour or relax on the white sands on Manly Beach.