Thursday 22nd February

Seven sensational things to do in Sydney this autumn

As summer ends, autumn arrives. But don't go into hibernation. There's plenty to do in Sydney this Autumn!

All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey. Wait, that doesn’t really happen in Sydney often does it? Autumn, or Fall as the Americans say, can be quite warm still and in 2018 the entire month of March is still in daylight savings time. You may need to pack a jacket, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had in March, April and May.

Sydney Royal Easter Show

This year's Sydney Royal Easter Show oddly is outside of school holidays (as Easter doesn't fall in the school holidays this year), but it's still a must. Easter weekends are sure to be jam packed with people because of this, so be a cool parent and let your kids have a sickie. Plenty of learning can be had about animals and Australian farm life.

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Vivid

The pretty light show that is Vivid has become one of Sydney's biggest tourist attractions over the last several years. Seeing our iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and other parts of Circular Quay and the Rocks with these amazing animations is essential Instagramming.

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Moonlight Cinema

The Moonlight Cinema runs right up until the end of daylight savings (April 1st) and is a fantastic way to spend a breezy autumn night in Sydney. From latest blockbusters to iconic classics, the range of movies being shown at the Belvedere Amphitheatre, Centennial Park is vast.

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Horse racing this long weekend

Autumn Racing Carnival

With the success of Winx, horse racing in Australia has gone back to drawing huge attention and huge crowds. The Sydney Racing Carnival's biggest events are the Longines Golden Slipper Carnival at Rosehill Gardens and The Championships at Royal Randwick which is known as the jewel in the crown of Sydney racing. So get your fascinator and suits ready!

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Mamma Mia the musical

If you're a fan of ABBA, the film turned-broadway show Mamma Mia is a must. The show is touring Australia and will be in Sydney until May. For those who haven't seen the film it's based on, it's set on a Greek island paradise and the Catherine Johnson-written tale centres around Sophie, a young bride-to-be. On the eve of her wedding, Sophie’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.

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Mardi Gras

After a historical year for equality in 2017, the 2018 Mardi Gras is sure to be one of the biggest yet. Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world come to Sydney for Mardi Gras year after year. This year even features iconic diva Cher and also marks the 40th anniversary. The infamous parade is on Saturday March 3rd. So get some glitter and crank out the Britney Spears CDs!

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The Book of Mormon

The hit musical by the creators of the iconic cartoon South Park (Trey Parker and Matt Stone) will be leaving Melbourne and hitting Sydney this autumn. If you love to laugh, this show is a must. So popular is the Book of Mormon, shows for March and April are sold out and May is selling quickly.

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Lantern Club’s Autumn Menu

Coming this autumn are some great dishes to warm your heart. Our MaZi team are hard at work preparing and finalising these inspired meals which will be available from March 1. You will be able to view the menu here.