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  1. What I Did For Love

    A solo cabaret show called What I Did For Love, will be playing at El Rocco, Potts Point on May 10th and 11th. The show is written by and featuring Sydney actor Anne Wilson, who will be accompanied by musical director Steven Kramer on piano. Anne recently toured the show down to the Melbourne Fringe [...]

  2. Try Pyrmont Dragon Boat Racing to Improve Your Fitness

    In the great pursuit of getting fit in today’s modern world there are a myriad of personal fitness activities that one can endure. Recently we discussed dancing as a means of getting fit, not just any dancing either, but Turkish infused belly dancing. Just this week we spoke to Kim Simpson from the Sydney Tsunami [...]

  3. Pyrmont Fitness: Shed Some Pounds the SEDADANCE Way

    Hey Pyrmont People, if you’re tired and bored of your usual exercise routine and the gym gives you the creeps, then thank Seda for SEDADANCE BellyRobics™. Now, shedding kilos and keeping fit just got easier and fun. First introduced in Australia in 2002 by globe-trotting ace belly dance performer and instructor Seda Jurin, SEDADANCE BellyRobics™ [...]

  4. Pyrmont Yoga: Boost Your Immune System for Winter

    Yoga means union ~ Union of our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies. During a yoga session in Pyrmont, the various systems of the body receive a boost and we are given the opportunity to connect with our inner selves so as to access our full potential.  Our aim is to relax and not to [...]

  5. Pyrmont Events: Yoga Expo at Darling Harbour

    Relax, explore and connect as you enjoy Australia’s 5th Annual Yoga Expo. Cross Pyrmont Bridge and head over to Wharf 8 on the Aquarium side of Darling Harbour to join in this event. The Expo will include: Free classes with some of the top yogis in Australia – try out different styles of yoga Receive [...]

  6. 7 Places to Keep You Entertained in Pyrmont

    Enjoy a cocktail at one of the great bars – Oscars, Sugaroom and if you really have “top shelf” tastes and the budget to match then the Flying Fish. Let your tastebuds cruise the world with the many variety of delicious cuisines at one of the Pyrmont restaurants – italian, french, chinese, taiwanese, thai, vietnamese, [...]

  7. Pyrmont Cafes or Glebe Cafes and Funky Bookshops?

    Winter – the perfect time for us in Pyrmont to snuggle up inside with a good book – an old favourite, a new bestseller, something to read to the kids, or even a beautiful antiquarian book. Whatever it is you’re after, chances are that you’ll find it at either of Gleebooks’ two stores on Glebe [...]

  8. When Pyrmont was Pirrama: History of the Cadigal Aborigines

    Pyrmont’s history has seen the suburb evolve through industrialisation to a modern day urban residence. But even before British colonisation of Sydney in 1788, the peninsula was no stranger to human occupation. With a wealth of resources, the peninsula that would one day be named Pyrmont was Pirrama, home of the Cadigal tribe. The Cadigal [...]

  9. Taste of Pyrmont: Food Festival with a Very Pyrmont Difference

    There are an incredible 58 restaurants in Pyrmont offering a wide variety of tasty cuisines. And to recognise and celebrate the excellence and culinary diversity of the cafes, hotels and bars in Pyrmont Village, the prestigious “Taste Of Pyrmont” competition will be held for the second year running. During the month of August, customers rate [...]

  10. The Ancient Meets the Future: An Evolving Pyrmont Odyssey

    A glimpse into Pyrmont’s past reveals a suburb which has played a pivotal role in the development of Sydney. From its rise to prominence as Sydney’s industrial heart to its fall into near ruin and later restoration, Pyrmont’s history is uniquely diverse. Today much of Pyrmont’s past has disappeared beneath a contemporary landscape, but the [...]

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