Most galleries, museums, and performance groups, including the Australian Ballet, offer seasonal packages that give early access to tickets, courses, and events.
NGV is currently showing in Melbourne Gabrielle Chanel. fashion statement, while Art Gallery NSW has Matisse: Life and Soul.
Fitness and wellness fanatics
For those always looking for the latest fitness trends, Class Pass in both Sydney and Melbourne gives access to thousands of studios, gyms and wellness centers such as Barry’s, KX Pilates and CYRO. For busy professionals, Melbourne’s Mirosuna studio and Sydney’s MYND studio offer mediation, yoga and massage class cards, but if you want to up the ante, relaxation is on the cards at Soma in Byron Bay. Nine perfect strangers Filmed or at Peninsula Hot Springs on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
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Mark one bucket list item with Burrawa’s three-hour climb on the Sydney Harbor Bridge. As you make your way to the top, the Aboriginal guide will share stories and information about the landscapes around town (Adults: $288, Children: $149).
Game, group, match for sports fans
Central Court tickets are intriguing as Ash Barty and Dylan Alcott, in their last appearances in the tournament, seek to crown the winners of the Australian Open. With new dining areas and souvenir items from sponsor Ralph Lauren, it’s set to be one of Melbourne’s biggest events since the lockdown, along with The Ashes starting on Boxing Day at the MCG and January 5 at the SCG.
Food and culture lovers
Live shows are back in full force, acts including Youth Gang, and The Kid Laroi are back on stage. Ticketek, Ticketmaster, coupons for select theaters or companies are a safe bet. do not miss opera ghost, Historical hip hop music hamilton, which will travel from Sydney to Melbourne in March, and Moulin Rouge by Baz Luhrmann Moving to Sydney in May.
In NSW, the next few months are filled with the Sydney Festival, Night at the Barracks, Westpac Open Air, Neighborhood Earth Exhibition, and 50 artists from the Great Southern Nights. In Melbourne, get tickets for Live at The Bowl, or Australia’s first Pride Festival for Tours, Summer Camp at Reunion Park, March 6 (Centennial Parklands, Feb. 27).
Pair a night out with culinary extravaganza
After another tough year in hospitality, the companies are back with revamped menus and new openings including Oncore by Clare Smyth in Sydney and The Community in Melbourne. compilation Good Food Guide (found in news agencies) and a gift card, allowing the recipient to discover the giveaways and shakers for themselves on a night out.
Giraffes, rhinos and koalas oh…
Werribee Open Range Zoo offers a protected African safari without the need to jump on a plane. The recipient will enjoy up close encounters with the animals and an overnight stay in the luxury tents. ($690 for two on RedBalloon). In Sydney, guests at the Taronga Zoo’s Wildlife Retreat can discover local wildlife from eco-lodges, join guided tours, and enjoy stunning dinner views of the lush sanctuary and harbor beyond.
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