Things to do in Sydney in May
The top things to do in Sydney in May includes the best events, festivals, over 100 top sights and attractions a few you will struggle to find anywhere else. One of the things to do in Sydney in May which you can’t forget is Mother’s Day, the media won’t let you! If you want to do something special you might well find it by following the link below:
Sydney Comedy Festival – Monday, 20th April to Sunday, 17th May 2020
The Sydney Comedy Festival is a good laugh. Lots of funny men and women raising spirits and bringingus to tears of laughter. The Sydney Comedy Festival Gala is a bit giggly at the Sydney Opera House whilst it is likely to be a bit more raucous at Cracker Night at the Enmore. If you love a good laugh follow the link below:
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia – 11th to 15th May 2021
We have to wait a bit for the next Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA). It will be one of the big fashion events of the year. It’s what we have all been holding onto our credit cards for 🙂 . So get ready for a fashionable experience that will probably make you want to buy something.
Vivid Sydney has the wonderful power to draw people out onto Sydney’s streets to point, stare, gasp and even endure relatively inclement weather whilst holding their smart phones and cameras aloft. Is there more to Vivid than clever and pretty visual effects? Yes, but the laser art and special effects are really cool. If you don’t bring your camera you will hate yourself.
Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival – Boronia Park Oval, Hunters Hill – Sunday, 3rd May 2020
Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival is a local affair but everyone is very much welcome. The festival has been going and growing for years now. Fresh food, wine tasting from 30 different vineyards, stalls, cooking demos, entertainment and rides for the small people. It is a great day out for the whole family.
Sydney Writers’ Festival – Monday, 27th April to Sunday, 3rd May 2020
The Sydney Writers’ Festival presents some of the world’s finest poets, novelists and authors. Whilst most of the Sydney Writers’ Festival action takes place at Walsh Bay, events are also held at venues throughout Sydney and Regional NSW. The Sydney Writers’ Festival is Australia’s largest festival of literature and ideas. With Australia’s top writers crammed into over 100 free events, and over 100 not free events, we can literally say it is a good idea to go along.
The St Ives Show –Saturday, 16th May and Sunday, 17th May 2020
The St Ives Show always has a fair bit to offer often performing above its weight as a suburban affair.
The Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon – Sunday, 17th May 2020
It costs to run in “Australia’s largest and most prestigious half marathon” but it does raise money for charity. You will race over 21kms around Sydney’s major landmarks with a big finish in Hyde Park. Be quick… (places are limited).
Snow Travel Expo – ICC Darling Harbour – Sunday, 24th May 2020
Beware the International Ski Travel Expo! It is a slippery slope to your next ski trip. Entry to the Expo is free and you could win a Ski Holiday. If you have never been skiing, or don’t think it’s worth skiing in Australia, have a read of “Skiing in Australia“.
Taste of Manly – 30th and 31st May 2020
I’m starting to feel bad about the number of times we mention the Northern Beaches. In my defence, it is a little hard to ignore the Taste of Manly Festival as it is such great event! Great food and wine combined with live music and an awesome scenic backdrop. Having said that, there is so much to do on the Northern Beaches that you really could just go for an hour or two then jumps back in the car and keep driving up the coast. We are so spoilt in this city; make the most of it.