4 Things To Do in Sydney This Weekend

Are you ready for this weekend in Sydney? There are a lot of things that you can do. See what they are and how you can spend your weekend. Just have fun with your family or friends.

Dine at Tapavino


If you are fond of Spanish cuisine, definitely dine out at Tapavino this weekend if you haven’t yet. You can get the taste of Spain when you eat in this restaurant in Sydney. It’s a popular wine bar in Sydney CBD area. People all over the world come to this place for their famous tapas, Ensalada, Jamon and seafood. So, give them a try.

Visit The Rocks Christmas Markets 2019

Rocks Christmas Markets

The Rocks can serve all your Christmas time requirements in its neighbourhood – from customised gifts & decor items to festive drinks and joyful meals. The weekend Christmas Markets run from Thursday to Sunday. It has started from December 5 and will be there up to December 22, 2019. It opens at 10 am and closes at 9 pm. You can find street foods, festive vies and stalls that have handmade jewellery, Christmas decors, designer prints and wooden toys. You can also find a pop-up Christmas bar with a festive beverage. So, what are you waiting for? Get into the spirit of Christmas with festive drinks, eats & gifts that are taking over the Rocks this weekend.

Go to Christmas Infinity Rooms

Christmas Infinity Rooms

The Christmas Infinity Rooms are open from 10 am till 7 pm each day. Here you will find 3 immersive pop-up spaces decked up with likes of props, mirrors, high tech lights and graphics to create illusion-filled rooms. They are decorated and look like big gift-wrapped presents from outside. When you go in you may find yourself moving in a space that packed with Christmas decors. It is a fun thing that you can do this weekend.

Eat Brekky at Carriageworks Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets

Carriageworks Farmers Market is one of the busiest Saturday markets in Sydney. You can go this weekend to this market. You will get a wide variety of seasonal produces like biodynamic and organic foods from producers and farmers across NSW. Chef Josh Niland has a permanent stall out there selling seafood using lesser-known flavours and varieties. His hot snacks like fish sausage rolls, trout terrine and prawn toast is a must-have when you go there.

These are the four things that you can do this weekend in Sydney. Don’t miss them out. You will regret later in your life. You will have a lot of memories to cherish when you’ll get yourself involved in doing all these things.

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