Monday, 3 July 2017

New Experiences in NSW July 2017

All About Flowers

The Calyx in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is playing host to an awe-inspiring floral display until 30 July. The free display, All About Flowers, is open daily between 10am and 4pm and includes the green wall, a series of large garden beds and a fountain. Taking the form of a living watercolour painting, the vibrant winter display of flowers stretches over 50 metres in length and 5.5 metres high.

The Curtain Breathed Deeply

A new exhibition has taken up residence at goulburn art REGIONAL GALLERY. The Curtain Breathed Deeply is an expansive new commission by Sydney based artist Justene Williams. The exhibition melds references from art history including artists such as Picasso, Leger and Kahlo with a range of pop-culture influences including hip hop music, Milli Vanilli and A Chorus Line.

New Year’s Eve 2017 on Cockatoo Island 

Tickets are now on sale to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2017 on Cockatoo Island in the heart of Sydney Harbour. Glamping, camping and BYO campsites are on sale here

The Lookout Echo Point 

has unveiled a first of its kind Heritage Garden, showcasing some of Australia’s key native plant species that were traditionally used by Indigenous Australians as food and medicinal sources, and which remain in use today.

Silos Estate 

on the South Coast which became one of the first places in Australia to have an Electric Vehicle Charging station, has now added a twin 32amp charging stations for Teslas. Tesla owners can stop in anytime to use their Destination chargers and enjoy the beautiful surrounds.

The new Orange Visitor Centre 

and Regional Museum has opened. The new museum will feature a year-round exhibition schedule that will interpret the stories, culture and places of the region. The inaugural ‘Journeys’ exhibition explores the connection to country told through the stories and artefacts of the Wiradjuri people.

Cowra Tourism 

is launching a new wine and forage tour in August. They will be collaborating with organic wineries, Rosnay Organic and Wallington Wines and La Barre Olives. The tours will include cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, gourmet grazing plates to enjoy and food and wine pairing sessions direct from local producers.

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