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On All Year Round

  • Here are some links to some exciting places that have there doors open all year round.
  • Museums & Galleries
  • Sydney Observatory
  • The Centre for Contemporary Craft
  • Historical Houses Trust
  • State Library of NSW
  • Art Gallery of NSW
  • Australian Museum
  • Powerhouse Museum
  • Australian Centre of Photography
  • Learn & Enjoy
  • Sutherland Astronomical Society
  • Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Australian Stock Exchange
  • National Law Week
  • The Italian Institute Of Culture
  • National Trust
  • Elizabeth Farm
  • Sydney Aquarium
  • Bridge Climb
  • Fairfield City Farm
  • Australian Opal Cutters
  • Other Information Sites
  • City of Sydney
  • Whats On In Sydney
  • City Search

    Theatres & Live Productions

  • Evan Theatre
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Star City
  • Capitol Theatre
  • State Theatre
  • Her Majestys Theatre
  • IMAX Theatre
  • Sydney Entertainment Centre


  • Whats On

  • Know something we don't?
    • If you know of something that is happening in and around Sydney and isn't published here. Please let us know by emailing info@metroside.com or private message "blitz".

  • Visit the Art Gallery of NSW!
    • Why not visit the Art Gallery of NSW, there are always new and innovative exhibitions on demostrating new contemporary art. There are also exhibitions that hold on to our past and show us some of Australias history.

  • Darling Harbour / Cockle Bay
    • Darling Harbour is the focal point of Sydneys entertainment. Located in the heart of the city there is plenty for things for everyone to do, with the National Maritime Museum, Sega World, The Sydney Entertainment Centre and Cockle Bay just near by you will find heaps of things to see and do.

      The nightlife in Darling Harbour is just as exciting with a variety of nightclubs and cafes to suit everybodies needs.

  • The Rocks
    • The Rocks is one of the most tresured locations in Sydney. It is well know for its heritage, views and sandstone cottages. In more recent times the Rocks has become the centre point of Sydneys entertainment with art exhibitions, jazz music and beautiful restaurants.

  • IMAX
    • The Panasonic IMAX Theatre screens films in 2D and 3D. 2D films are projected into a flat surface (in the same way as traditional cinemas). 3D films create a life like picture in three dimensions where ../images appear to come out from the screen. Special glass are required to watch a 3D film. These are provided and can be adjusted to fit your head comfortably. All glasses are cleaned and sterilised after every use.

    Cinemas & Videos

  • Greater Union
  • Hoyts
  • Village
  • Blockbuster
  • Video Ezy
  • Fox Studios

    Books Shops

  • Gleebooks
  • Amazon Books

    Online Magazines

  • Pacific Publications
  • FHM

    Kids Corner

  • Nickelodeon
  • Disney