What To Do in Sydney This September?Posted on Sep 03, 2019
Pack your quilts & keep your scarves aside: spring has come. September brings in all types of exciting events, from big arts festivals to some fun runs of the city. You can even explore the seaside spots and best parks before the summer tourists set in. Start this spring by tasting exciting Spanish dishes from Born by Tapavino in Sydney or find refreshment as the days would warm up with their cool frozen dessert items.
Biggest events of September
Showcasing the freshest of its produce, this festival is going to bring in the charm if Orange & the city’s best in a 2-day spread of wine, food & art. Entry is free in this harbourside festival. The festival, which would be witnessing its 9th year in 2019 will offer a fun day to a family with kid’s entertainment, fair rides, live music, wine tastings and food from September 28 to September 29. When you’re here you can sample some of the coolest vintages, taste some mouth-watering delicious snacks, mingle around with winemakers and walk all around to explore more than hundreds of stalls having regional produce in Pirrama Park. As part of the Pyrmont Festival, there are also going to be some wine tastings & special dinners in Pyrmont eateries from September 20 to October 6.
Although Sydney’s Fringe may not be that popular or old as that of Melbourne’s, it is still gaining its footprint. This year, it is celebrating its 10th anniversary and taking over the CBD area. The festival would have its hubs of theatre, music, art & performance until September 30. You can catch shows in the Rocks, at Erskineville’s Emerging Artist Sharehouse and touring hub at Newtown’s Old 505 Theatre.
Festival of the Winds
This is a lofty beachside festival, which has been witnessed for more than 4 decades now in Sydney. It fills the skies with elaborate, big kites. This year the festival is going to bring in live performances, children’s entertainment, art installations with flying comps and kite craft workshops and food stalls on September 8 from 11am to 4pm. You are free to wander on sand & have a look at the floating farm animals, sea creatures & swirling masses of different colors. You can also learn the art of making and flying a kite and watch puppeteers, dancers, jugglers, musicians and much more under the heavily laden sky.
This is the time of the year where you can enjoy the most in Sydney. So, have a wonderful time with family this September. Book your ticket to the wonderful waterfront accommodation in Sydney Harbour and make your itinerary more fun-luxurious.