If you are planning to visit Sydney in April, the whole family will be in for a fun-filled month! There is a good variety of interesting events slated to happen in this amazing and diverse city, so no matter what your interests are, you are bound to find an activity that suits your taste. Whether you are on a business trip and have time to spare, or in town with your loved ones on a short weekend getaway, be sure to check out the events listed here! Also, you can make travelling to and fro destinations easier by taking advantage of bus charter in Sydney.
On 7th April 2016, you will get the chance to see one of Australia's most popular comedians, Wil Anderson, perform at the Sydney Opera House. Fire at Wil is his new show and will feature new content to please both diehard fans and first-time attendess. Wil has been making his audiences laugh for close to two decades, so you can be sure that you are in for a good dose of hearty laughs.
From 8th April 2016 to 17th April 2016, it's so cool that you get to enjoy Shakespeare under the Stars live at Watson's Bay! Robertson Park is the perfect location for a picnic evening under the stars. So sit back, relax and lose yourself under the spell of a Shakespearian play as it unwraps against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour. Organisers encourage interested guests to find their own spot as well as bring along their own picnic food, rugs and chairs.
Happening from 9th April 2016, The Peasant Prince is the perfect school holiday entertainment for your kids. Based on the true story of Mao's Last Dancer, the live stage version features a captivating tale of Li Cunxin's journey to become a dancer. You will learn more about his struggles and how he found strength and hope in ballet, before becoming one of the greatest ballet dancers in the world.
Tut is a new project from Shaun Parker & Company, which is an acclaimed contemporary dance outfit. Also known as tutting, the energetic new dance craze features rhythmic and highly intricate patterns of the arms, fingers and hands. On-street audiences are also welcomed to participate in this form of urban dancing. This is happening from 7th April 2016 to 22nd April 2016 so mark it down on your calendar!
On 13th April 2016, you can visit the Hurstville Museum & Gallery to participate in the Taronga Zoomobile with your kids. It's a great school holiday activity for children that are aged five to twelve years old, as your little ones will get the chance to interact with and learn more about the native animals of Australia.
Wondering what are night stalkers? Head on down to Centennial Parklands on 15th April 2016 to find out! The park is home to a variety of nocturnal creatures, and when the sun sets, the park comes to life with a flurry of activity. From tawny frogmouths, micro bats, brush tail possums to grey headed flying foxes, you can join the park rangers for a fascinating walk. Also, your kids get to tag along with "bat detectors" and torches to seek out all the park's furry friends. While the walk only lasts for an hour, the event is guaranteed to be a whole load of fun!
From 15th April 2016 to 17th April 2016, the Hawkesbury Easter Show is one of the largest rural shows in New South Wales. Running for the 130th time, you can celebrate Easter and even take in some sights of rural Sydney. As this is a large rural, there are a lot of activities in store for everyone to enjoy. This also means, it is a great opportunity for a family outing! Some of the main highlights include:
Finally on 16th April 2016, the long hot summer is coming to an end and the temperatures are expected to begin dropping one month into autumn. Head on down to the Mt Wilson Autumn Festival and check out the opening nine wonderful private gardens. Some gardens, for the first time, are now available for you discover the beauty of nature in all its glory. The gardens include Cherry Cottage, Jalscene, Merry Garth, Nooroo, Sefton Cottage, Wildenstein, Withycombe, Bisley and Breenhold.
Looking trendy with a hash tag at the front, Float Fest 16 will be held from 30th April 2016 to 1st May 2016. Interested guests will get the rare chance to paddle into the Record Books at Murray River SA this year. In addition, this event will rock your socks off if you always wanted to try kayaking and canoeing. #Floatfest16 is a two-day family event and it will be fun for all ages.
From 18th April 2016 to 24th April 2016, the event invites all fashion revolutionaries from all over the world to leverage on the power of fashion to change the story for the people who worked tirelessly to make the world's clothes. If you would like to participate in the event, all you need to do is to expose your clothes label, take a selfie with it and then post it on social media. For example, remember to "ask" your clothing brand #WhoMadeMyClothes
April is no doubt one of the greatest times for both tourists and locals to visit Sydney. There are just so many beautiful places to hang out and "hidden gems" waiting for you to uncover. If you are travelling with a group, be sure to consider a Sydney bus charter service as it will get you and your travel companions to any chosen event punctually and comfortably.