Sydney’s Thriving Arts Scene

Sydney hosts a range of wonderful art events throughout the year. So once you’ve enjoyed some of the major tourist attractions why not check out some of what’s happening the next time you’re in town? Here is Where Magazine’s pick of some of the best Sydney has to offer: 19th Biennale of Sydney (more…)

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12 Business Events in July 2014

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Your business can benefit from taking part in a huge range of educational events, whether a major conference or a two-hour workshop. Here is just a small selection of some helpful business events coming up around Australia in July: Intellectual Property Basics for Business, Sydney (July 1): This two-hour evening workshop will introduce first-time entrepreneurs […]

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4 Carry On Packing Tips For Business Travellers

When you are packing for a business trip, it’s very different to packing for a holiday. Most of the time business trips are only for a few days so many people only bring carry on luggage with them for convenience sake. According to Travel and Transport, there are some easy tips to get you packing […]

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Brisbane’s Cheap Eats Under $10

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From a mobile bun brigade to Japanese dumplings, it really is possible to eat (and eat well!) for around $10 or less in Brisbane.  Here are eating houses that pack a punch to your taste buds, but spare your wallet: Madtongsan in the Elizabeth Arcade serves a long list of under-$10 numbers like Korean kim […]

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North Stradbroke Island Day Tripping

North Stradbroke Island is a stunning place to spend the day. According to Timeout, it’s not just about admiring the quiet, unspoiled beaches either. Here is a great list of what else to enjoy when you want an amazing day trip out of Brisbane: Migrating humpback whales – From June to November you can spot […]

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Celebrating Mum’s & Raising Money For Charity with the 2014 Mother’s Day Classic

The Mother’s Day Classic is held every year on the second sunday in May. It’s a yearly fun run that encourages the community to raise funds for charity, while enjoying a fun day out with mum. This event is held right across the country in all major cities and in a number of regional locations […]

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Art Gets an Outing at Art & About Sydney

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If you will be in Sydney between September 19 and October 12, you can get involved at street level – literally – in the city’s grass-roots art program, Art & About Sydney. Indoors and outdoors, down laneways and up thoroughfares, in public squares and tiny parks, this exciting annual art event calls on the public […]

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Take a Stroll Through The Rocks, Sydney

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On a beautiful blue-sky day in Sydney, one of the best things to do is wander through The Rocks. Walk along the cobblestone paths and get lost in the narrow lane ways that lead you through the area’s iconic markets, restaurants and history. The Rocks Markets You’ll often turn a corner and find yourself suddenly […]

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5 Ways to do Business Travel for Less

Business traveling expenses can really add up. Thankfully, there are some clever ways to cut costs. JC Travel have a few suggestions that most of us can implement while traveling: Plan ahead – Being able to plan ahead means you’ll be able to take advantage of special deals and early bird prices. Try to avoid […]

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The Hot Foodie Destinations in Sydney

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Sydney’s culinary scene is always evolving and changing so that it can keep pace with the world scene. Australian chefs are exploring with new produce, cutting edge techniques and unique settings to draw foodie A-listers to their tables. So what are some of the new favourites emerging in the city? Hot American Food: Papi Chulo […]

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