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Sydney Opens Historic “Rum Hospital” Mint for a Day

Sydney Opens Historic “Rum Hospital” Mint for a Day

Sydney’s best loved buildings and spaces – from the city to the harbour – will be open on 2nd November 2014 for a day of urban exploration. One of the oldest surviving buildings has a colorful past worth investigating by your own two feet. What does 45,000 gallons of black rum get you? Well, this […]

Historic Game: Sydney Convicts

Historic Game: Sydney Convicts

Australia’s first gay rugby union team (the Sydney Convicts) will make history when they become the first gay rugby team in the world to play as part of a professional match. In fact, it’s only the second time in the world that a gay team has been invited to play a curtain raiser ahead of […]

Blue Mountains Lure Lesbians with Love Cabins

Blue Mountains Lure Lesbians with Love Cabins

A treehouse with a spa? 90 minutes from Sydney? Think craftsman-built treesort in the Blue Mountains. If you seek a private escape where you can relax and enjoy the easy pace of this World Heritage wilderness, then try these alternative accommodation called Wollemi Wilderness Love Cabins. Situated on a stunning 600 acres of pristine bushland, […]

Celebrate Polly’s 50th Anniversary

Celebrate Polly’s 50th Anniversary

Sydney’s famous Polly’s Club has been celebrating pride and diversity since 1964 – all the while raising funds and awareness for the loud and proud LGBTI community of Sydney. This, however, marks a huge occasion as the organisation’s 50th birthday will be celebrated this 5 July. If you are a local Sydneysider or a visitor […]

Video: Sydney Mardi Gras 2014 – Dancing Police Officer

The 2014 Sydney Mardi Gras is over for another year but this Sydney Police Officer enjoyed the celebrations and kept the waiting crowds happy. Read more

Mardi Gras’ Dancing Policeman

Mardi Gras’ Dancing Policeman

Protecting and supporting the community is no easy task – as policemen and women the world over can attest to. However, sometimes, they, too, need to kick back and have a little fun on the job. A great example of that can be found in the article and video below where a New South Wales […]

Best Gay Rugby Team in the World

Best Gay Rugby Team in the World

The idea for a “gay World Cup” to settle once and for all who was the best among the gay men’s rugby teams was one of the motivations for forming the International Gay Rugby Association & Board. IGRAB sponsors a single, biennial event: a tournament whose champion receives The Mark Kendall Bingham Memorial Trophy –  […]

Video: Sydney Convicts Bingham Cup 2014 Bid Video

Watch the video and you will agree that Sydney is the place to be in 2014 More info Website: binghamcup.com Sydney

Sydney in Summer is City of Festivals

Sydney in Summer is City of Festivals

The annual Sydney Festival is all about theatre, music, dance, film – and unique visual arts. Like seeing your name on the Australian Museum marquee. Everyone wants to see their name in lights, right? Iconic American conceptual artist John Baldessari is looking for people, who want their name in lights, but just for 15 glittering […]

The Grace Hotel Sydney Wins

The Grace Hotel Sydney Wins

The Grace Hotel Sydney was awarded the prestigious Superior Hotel Accommodation of the Year at the 13th annual Australian Hotels Association (NSW) Accommodation Awards for Excellence celebrating the State’s best 3, 4 and 5 star hotels during the recent 2010 glittering Gala Award Ceremony in Sydney. Mr Philip Pratley, General Manager of The Grace Hotel […]

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Sydney Opens Historic “Rum Hospital” Mint for a Day

Sydney’s best loved buildings and spaces – from the city to the harbour – will be open on 2nd November 2014 for a day of urban exploration. One of the oldest surviving buildings has a colorful past worth investigating by your own two feet. What does 45,000 gallons of black rum get you? Well, this […]

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