Things to do in Sydney in September
Celebrate and Enjoy Spring in Sydney!
Festival of Dangerous Ideas – 3rd September – 4th September
The Festival of Dangerous Ideas can be a little confronting and provocative but you might also find it rewarding, thought provoking and entertaining. Choose from a fairly long list of topics and hold on tight! 🙂
Spring in Sydney for Free
Make the most of spring in Sydney by treating yourself to a few of the Top 100 Things to do in Sydney. It doesn’t have to cost much if anything to have a good time.
Spring is a great time to visit Taronga as the animals tend to be a little more active than in the heat of summer or cool of winter. Follow the links below for more information about the zoo and a few dos and don’ts.
Sydney Fringe Festival is Everywhere
The Sydney Fringe Festival used to be based in Newtown but this year the Fringe is everywhere (how can a fringe be everywhere?) At this rate of expansion there will be a Fringe War on the NSW/Victorian border.
Expect the new, the insightful, the not quite funny, the pretentious, the irreverent and amongst it all the occasional flash of brilliance.
Festival of the Winds, Bondi Park, Bondi Beach and Bondi Pavilion
Come down to Bondi for the most colourful of spring festivals. The skies will come alive with hundreds of kites of all shapes and sizes. International and Australian kite fliers will impress you with their skills and designs. It’s a great day out for all the family, with loads of entertainment right there on the ground as well as above your heads. Let’s hope the weather obliges and there’s enough wind to keep this festival off the ground! You don’t have to be an expert kite flyer, you can BYO, buy one or make your own.
Surry Hills Festival – Saturday, 24th September
Let there be music, there will be music, let there be art, there will be a “full Arts program” and let there be things for the kids to do, there will be a Children’s Festival area to play in. So what else would we like, how about some markets? Tick to that one. Food? Oh yes, from all corners of the globe. Follow the link below for even more:
Father’s Day – 4th September
All Dad’s love socks of course, everyone knows that, 🙂 but some also love to do other stuff.
Malaysia Festival, Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour – Sunday 4th September
Visit Darling Harbour for a feast of Malaysian delights. Malaysia Festival or MFest as its known, is the biggest Malaysian cultural event in Sydney. Savour amazing cuisine and enjoy colourful cultural performances suitable for the whole family.
Willoughby Spring Festival
The annual Willoughby Spring festival is the largest cultural and entertainment celebration on the Sydney’s North Shore. This month long festival includes theatre, film, live music, kids and youth events, art exhibitions, fashion shows, cultural and community celebrations and more. A highlight of the festival is the Street Fair.
Cabramatta Moon Festival – Cabramatta
A common reason people say they like to travel is to experience something a little different. One of Sydney’s largest cultural festivals, the Cabramatta Moon Festival, can do that for you without the airfare.
Every year across South East Asia, millions of people celebrate the Moon Festival, traditionally a time for families and a time to seek love and romance. There will be live performances, competitions, lion dancing, and a lantern parade, and of course, more delicious food, including moon cakes. So come with your loved ones, or sit under the stars and wish for a loved one, eat moon cakes, and of course, watch the fireworks finale.
Among the many other reasons to attend are that the food will be awesome, the Vietface Fashion Pageant will be beautiful and it will all end with a ‘spectacular’ fireworks display. The perfect end to a perfect day.
The Sydney Underground Film Festival – 15th September – 18th September
The Sydney Underground Film Festival or SUFF is the Alternative Sydney Film Festival. It doesn’t just push boundaries; it distorts, disfigures and dismembers them. As well as the movies there will be real live people there talking film speak and real live people looking to party, party!
Blackmores Running Festival – Sunday, 18th September
Don’t leave it too long before you register a group onto Blackmores’ Sydney Marathon, Half Marathon, Bridge Run and Family Fun Run – they always seem to run out of room.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare – Sydney Opera House – Monday, 12th September
Young lovers Hermia and Lysander run away into a magic forest with Demetrius and Helena in hot pursuit. This exciting interpretation of Midsummer Night’s Dream will have you glued to your seat. There’s a bit of nudity so may not be for everyone.
Eye Live! Silent Disco at Sydney Tower Eye
Dance it up with a bird’s eye view of Sydney with your favourite tunes playing in your ears. You won’t be alone as many do the same to a different beat. It’s a bit strange but a lot of fun.
Looking for things to do during the School Holidays?
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Still More things to do in September!
Continue having fun in the spring time and enjoy a few of the Top 100 Things to do in Sydney.