As part of Shop Late Potts Point we have a very special and intimate guided tour of Sydney Lodges + Locay’s boutique portfolio of hotels in Potts Point. Inspired by local surrounds and community, each specialty Locay property delivers an exceptional guest accommodation experience.Read more
Come and experience the chic fashion and homeware stores, hair salons, art galleries, dining rooms and small bars of Popo on a Sydney summers evening. Our stores will be open late especially for locals and visitors alike to indulge in some decadent shopping.Read more
Apply to activate events, programs and projects that will build the social, cultural, environmental and economic life of our city. Do you have a great idea that would benefit our area? Need a kick start to get it off the ground? The City of Sydney grants and sponsorships program may be able to help. Applications…Read more
PINK is a tantalising visual experience of painting, photography, sculpture and ceramics celebrating the colour pink. A colour of contradictions, pink has the potential to both calm and electrify, seduce and repulse. The artists in this eclectic group exhibition draw on pink’s plentiful and loaded associations. Youthful and fun, it is the colour of vibrant blooms, summer cocktails and confectionery. It is sensual, with connotations of sexuality and the body.Read more
The Pink Mile, the Golden Mile, and the Glittering Mile – there have been many names conjuring the magic of Darlinghurst and Kings Cross, Sydney’s premier night time destination and the perfect place to celebrate Sydney Mardi Gras 2022. This year, the festivities really take off around Eastside Sydney with the return of Oxtravaganza and the addition of the Glittering Mile festival.Read more
The original Glittering Mile is of course Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross – where what went on to become known as the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras – first began. Back in 1978 the party that became a protest started on Darlinghurst Road. We’ve come a long way since those days as for two…Read more
If you’re running a local business in 2011 we’d like to hear from you. The Potts Point Partnership is conducting a short 3-minute survey about how local businesses are planning to do business in 2011 in the future. We would also like your opinion about some local and emerging issues in the business environment. Please…Read more
Come and experience the chic fashion and homeware stores, hair salons, art galleries, dining rooms and small bars of Popo on a summers evening. Our stores will be open late especially for locals and visitors alike to indulge in some decadent Christmas shopping.Read more
Join us for a very special and intimate guided tour of Popo’s best interior design stores & studios as part of Shop Late Potts Point.
Meeting at Mr Minty’s beautiful gallery space at the Paris end of Macleay Street where you will meet your guide Juliet Hudson for the evening and your fellow design lovers. Enjoy a glass of fine wine as Mr Minty himself introduces you to his unique world of art, modern design and celebration of very good taste.Read more
Welcome to Happy Hours opening on Thursday 25 November and running until Sunday 5 December
A celebration of all good things in our neighborhoods. From coffee to cocktails, fine dining to gelato, beer gardens or rooftops – Eastside Sydney has a food scene that’s second to none. This is the time to show your support for your favourite barista, or pizzeria, or wine bar. Drop into your local for a long lunch, a fancy dinner or a quick bevy at Happy Hours time.
It’s been a tough year and they’d love to see your face.
Performers also did it tough, so we decided to help out by programming performance in small venues across Eastside.
Jazz, classical, pop and country. Fiddlers, banjo players and cabaret – we’ve got it all covered.
As well, there’s queer comedy, life drawing and our beloved drag queens are back once more to preside over bingo and bottomless brunches.
Eastside Sydney spans Surry Hills, Darlinghurst and Potts Point and this event is brought to you by those local business chambers, with funding support by City of Sydney.Read more