Enjoy two extra days of freedom with our guide to 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.
With Easter fast approaching, we’re all looking for ways to treat ourselves to a fun foodie experience. And this April, the team from Silverester’s x Three Bottle Man is getting Sydneysiders excited for the big day with two incredible foodie events.
The first experience (running on March 31st and April 1st) is a pop-up molecular gastronomy stall and lounge. Led by the team from the multi-award-winning Silverster’s Restaurant, this rustic CBD laneway stall will bring a cosy lounge and a duo of Easter-inspired delicacies not-to-be-missed. Read more here.
Whether you’re looking for a delicious dining experience or an unmissable party spot, you’ll find it all at Prince of York. This beloved CBD spot has you covered for all occasions, from a lavish boozy brunch to an intimate date night or fun group party.
This Easter, the Prince of York team has an epic program of events not-to-be-missed. The best bit? The entire venue will come alive, with things to eat, drink and do upstairs at their restaurant or downstairs at Prince of York’s speakeasy Pamela’s. Read more here.
With the Easter long weekend just a few weeks away, we’re all looking for ways to make the most of our extra days of freedom. With two public holidays in a row, there’s never been a better opportunity to grab your crew and celebrate with a five-day disco party at The Golden Sheaf.
From April 1st to 5th, get ready for an unmissable long weekend of disco-themed fun at The Golden Sheaf. That means it’s time to dust off your sequins and grab your best flares for this ultimate retro party. Read more here.
The crew from Sailmaker Restaurant has you covered this Easter long weekend with two incredible dining experiences not to be missed. Located in the heart of Darling Harbour, this iconic dining room is renowned for its refined menu that celebrates some of Australia’s best produce. Read more here.
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