Embracing the winter sun’s rays after work, hitting that outdoor lounge oasis with illustrious views of the harbour and a rustic interior for luxury share plates with attendants doting over your every need. It’s the sophisticated treehouse that defined Barangaroo when it first opened and redefined our elite expectations of drinking and dining in the city.
‘To Come Back” is the meaning for the new feature at Barangaroo, WELLAMA, a Cadigal word, its an invitation to experience the spirit of EORA country through art.
Created by artists Alison Page and Nik Lachajczak, Wellama is a celebration of ritual, ceremony and story practised on Country since time immemorial. It welcomes visitors to Gadigal Country and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians of this land. The work is not intended to ever to replace the traditional welcome by elders, but to strengthen the meaning of that ceremony and enhance people’s understanding of its importance among all Australians.
It is a 10 minute audio visual art loop that plays continuously and welcomes visitors to land, sea and sky country at Barangaroo. The work captures the essence of the ‘Welcome to Country’ by creating a visceral, and emotional experience that is a celebration of the continuity of culture through ceremony and the cycles of nature.
The rudeness of Winter showing up ealy last week sparked the idea for Moconna Coffee who are on a mission to heat things up this season! As we switch modes in search of interesting pastimes to keep us entertained indoors, we are reminded of the soothing effects of the rich pedigree of these craft blends.
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So I have been asked quite a few times if I miss the Jungle, and some people laugh when I actually say “I really really do” I think this photo shows just how much I enjoyed it. No doubts laughing at @drchrisbrown or @ladyjuliamorris! I’m still very greatful for every day in there and if you’re feeling happy and i made you smile a bit while I was in there, you can still show a bit of love and donate to @bickmorecarrie and her beautiful Charity @carriesb4bc #outtathejungle #imacelebrityau #ch10
To celebrate National Doona Day on Monday 17 June – Sydneysiders are invited to escape the warmth and share a Winter coffee moment in bed with the much-loved Australian Actor and TV presenter, Luke Jacobz. Yes you heard, a pop-up, a bed – taking centre stage on the Martin Place strip!
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HECK YES!!! It’s happening! We are filming the craziest show going around! It’s called “The Proposal” it’s at Fox Studios in Sydney and you actually come FOR FREE and watch! So many shows next week! Why not????!!! Go to http://www.theproposalaudience.com.au Can’t wait to see you there! #theproposal2019 #studioaudience #foxstudiosaustralia #engaged
Coffee lovers can indulge their senses in a one-of-kind Moccona coffee house pop-up and discover the delicious taste of a freshly brewed Barista Reserve coffee. FREE COFFEE.
WHERE: Martin Place Moconna Pop-Up
WHAT: National Doona Day – IN BED – with Luke Jacobz (swooooon)
WHEN: Monday 17 June – from 7am
The ever so popular Melbourne Children’s International Film Festival returns 24 May to 10 June and also premieres in Sydney for the very first time.
Catering for children aged 4-16, the festival program will be bursting with workshops, visiting international guests and the very best family films handpicked from world-class film festivals, including a short film program by Little Big Shots.
Bringing FREE critically-acclaimed Chinese cinema to Event Cinemas George St. film fans in Sydney, the first ever Chinese Film Week (27 Feb to 3 Mar) promises hi-octane action, edge of your seat suspense and gripping drama in a carefully curated program of films set to enthrall Australian audiences.
A quick look at the art of the pop-up cinema – from iconic harbour views and red rock mountains, to green powered screenings and hot tub novelties, we take a quick squizz at 5 of the cool and quirky ones!
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