Celebrate the change of seasons with the best things to do in March 2021.
Sydney, the weather might be cooling down by our city’s social calendar is just heating up. From FREE dance classes to local live music and stacks of delicious eats, discover the best things to eat, drink and do this March in Sydney.
Get ready for an intimate evening of live music. Running until March 13th, Darlinghurst Theatre Company is playing host to Darlo Sessions, showcasing FBi’s rising stars and triple j darlings on their stage with shows tailored-made for the Darlo. Settle in with a beverage and get ready for hour-long gigs decked out with 5-star production value. Find out more and book your spot here.
With the new year speeding by, The Botanist has teamed up with non-alc brand Lyre’s to bring mindfulness to their corner in Kirribilli. For the entire month of March, enjoy wholesome food specials such as Char-grilled broccoli for $18 and Blueberry and Mascarpone mousse for $14, mindful practises and calming crafternoons to help reflect and be mindful about the magic moments created with those around you. Find out more here.
Meat eaters rejoice with $20 Burger & Beer Wednesdays AND $15 Smoked Chicken Thursdays! For the drinkers, $5 Tappy Hour (schmiddys or beer & cider, plus wine) is available Wednesday – Friday from 4.30 to 6.30pm. Find out more here.
Get ready for Every Body Dance Now, a series of free dance classes happening at the Opera House forecourt throughout March 2021. But these aren’t just any kind of fitness classes. Each session is designed for every body, ability, and age to ensure the classes are inclusive and able to be enjoyed by everyone. Find out more here.
Running from March 25th to March 28th, this festival brings together 20 local and international distillers to showcase the very best gin Australia and the world has to offer. It’s set to be a celebration of the ever-evolving world of gin and tonic, with each gin paired with the world’s finest tonics from Fever-Tree premium mixers. Find out more here.
End the weekend the perfect way in the heart of Surry Hills at The Forresters. Gather your crew, book a table in Phylli’s, the Sports Bar, or Upstairs and sip your way through the newly introduced $10 Spritz Sunday menu! Find out more here.
From now until March 28th 2021, your total food bill could be chopped in half across any service these restaurants offer, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. And with 59 participating restaurants in Sydney, you’re bound to find something to suit every taste. Find out more here.
The Bavarian teams will host their mini-Oktoberfest themed days in full German costume of dirndls and lederhosen, with live oompah band vibes throughout the day and into the evening.
A Best of Bavaria set menu includes haus-baked pretzels warm from the oven, a Bavarian Signature Tasting Platter featuring crackling pork belly, the famous roast pork knuckle, German sausages, chicken schnitzel and all the trimmings, as well as apple strudel for dessert. Partner this hearty feast with a stein of beer for a $49 per person (minimum two people). Find out more and book your spot here.
Every Thursday, local artists will be hitting SILY’s Garden Stage in their heritage-listed courtyard. Book your spot and swing by from 7pm every Thursday throughout March (and beyond) to score top-notch live music (with tickets just $15). Find out more here.
Taking place at the Domain and Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Summer In The Domain will look a little different in 2021. Instead of standing outdoor events, the organisers are laying out picnic table pods on the grass to allow punters to watch their favourite acts take to the stage for the first time in ages (in a COVID-safe way, too). Find out more here.
Get ready for the Verve Clicquot Beach House, bringing a trio of must-see beachside experiences to Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel this March. Kicking off today (March 1st), you’ll be able to upgrade your beach suite, sip champagne on the Top Deck or organise a beachside picnic with prime views of the magnificent Sydney Harbour. Find out more here.