The Best Things To Do In Sydney This April

Drink, Eat, Guide, Play, Sydney / 29 March 2021
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The Best Things To Do In Sydney This April

Drink, Eat, Guide, Play, Sydney / 29 March 2021

Get out and about this month with our guide to the best things to do this April in Sydney.

We might be waving goodbye to daylight savings this month, but we’ve found a stack of reasons to get outside this April. From FREE live music to trivia nights and even an epic Easter long weekend itinerary, discover the best things to do in Sydney this April.

The Best Ways To Celebrate The Easter Long Weekend

The Easter long weekend is nearly upon us, so it’s time to start getting your long weekend itinerary. To help you make the most of these extra days of freedom, we’ve created your ultimate guide to how to celebrate Easter in Sydney. Find out more here. 

Kick Back With FREE Jazz at BEA, Barangaroo (until April 15th)

Linger and lounge with a curated line-up of jazz musicians gracing the stage each Thursday evening from 6-9pm for BEA Jazzy. Prepare to have your earbuds blessed as you sit back and enjoy the rhythmic harmonies of jazzy beats. Savour the music as well as BEA’s autumn menu and perfectly pair a local or international wine from the wine playbook. Jazz Thursdays is the mid-week pick me up you didn’t know you needed. Find out more and book your spot here. 

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Experience An Exclusive Vegetarian Feast At Chiswick Woollahra’s Lush Kitchen Garden

To celebrate the change of seasons, the team from Woollahra’s oh-so-lush Chiswick restaurant will be taking things outdoors. For one-month-only, diners will be able to dine alfresco in the restaurant’s lush kitchen garden turned dining room. Throughout the month of April, Chiswick’s Garden Table Experience invites groups of four to experience a lavish vegetarian feast paired with cocktails and spritzes courtesy of Four Pillars Gin. Find out more here.

Where To Use Your Dine & Discover NSW Vouchers

As we’re reported on before, the NSW Government has launched a new program helping to revive the NSW hospitality and arts economy. Each eligible NSW resident starting accessing 4x $25 vouchers to spend when dining out or heading out to arts or entertainment venues. Ready to redeem your vouchers? Find out more here.

Image: Michael Gribbin

Bottomless Tacos and Margarita Towers At El Camino Cantina

Tex-Mex and Margarita fans can get their fill of their favourite food and drink thrills at El Camino Cantina, with a value-packed, bottomless Tacos & Towers deal available for $50 per person. Indulge in an endless supply of tacos, and a bottomless Margarita tower over the course of one hour. Tacos & Towers are available at all locations daily from 12pm to 4pm. Find your nearest location and book your spot HERE.

Trivia at The Argyle

Unleash your inner nerd every Thursday from 7pm, with The Argyle’s interactive and OTT trivia experience. Entry is free and there are prizes for the nerdiest participants. Plus happy hour from 4pm-7pm, with $5 beer, wine, spirits and cocktails Aperol spritz, lychee margarita, strawberry froze and pink G&T; $7.50 espresso martinis; and $10 long island ice teas. Happy hour coincides with pizza hour (4pm-7pm) when wood-fired pizzas are $10. Find out more and book your spot here.

Level-Up Your Garden: The NSW Government Is Giving Away Tonnes Of Trees For Free This Autumn

That’s right, the NSW government is giving away thousands of trees for FREE this autumn. You hear that right: zero dosh required.

While their allocation of free trees for March is already exhausted, the government is set to release another batch of free trees from April 1st. But here’s the catch: you need to live in one of Greater Sydney’s 33 local government areas to be eligible. Find out more here.