February Festivals and Things to Do!

After a smoky and hot start to the year, let’s see what February has installed for us? Here are my top things to see and do for the month of Feb 2020 in Ol’ Sydney Town!

The Big Bounce Australia– Sat 1 Feb – Mon 10 Feb

St. Ives Showground, 450 Mona Vale Rd, St. Ives NSW  

Catch the final 10 days of the Big Bounce in Sydney! You have to see it to believe it! It’s the world’s largest jumping castle ever- more like a jumping resort! Within this inflatable playground expect ball pits, slides, climbing towers, DJs, confetti blasts, snow machines, crazy dancing, and competitions! It’s all you want as a kid, all in one neat 1200sqm package! And parents, if you’re tempted to jump as well? Check out the times and dates for the adult only sessions! Come on, come on down! But leave everything sharp at home plz.

For more info and for tickets, click HERE!

ICC T20 Women’s World Cup Australia V India– Fri 21 Feb

Sydney Showground, Grand Parade Sydney Olympic Park, NSW   

To kick-start two weeks of T20 Women’s World Cup cricket action, the Aussies will be striding out to the pitch to do battle with the Indians! Check out the defending T20 World Cup champions defend their world title on home soil! Be ready to watch the little white ball fly!   

For more info and to purchase tickets, click HERE!

Mosman Melted Cheese Festival– Sat 1 Feb – Sat 29 Feb

719 Military Rd, Mosman NSW (above the Mosman Club)

In the month of Feb, Mosman will be where you want to be at if you’re a cheese lover! Marketed as the ‘festival of melted cheese’, let the cheese melt while you savour their stretchy gooie goodness in summer! At the Furnery Rooftop, they will be serving up a menu featuring cheese as starters, cheese as mains, and you guessed it…… cheese for dessert! Lactose intolerant sufferers beware.  

Check out the menu and for more details, click HERE!

Raging Waters Sydney– anytime during summer

427 Reservoir Rd, Prospect NSW

With the drought and water restrictions it’s hard to maintain a backyard pool- so why not allow Raging Waters Sydney look after the water side of things, while you and your family just worry about the fun side! With over 30 rides, slides and attractions- including the H2Go Racers, the 360 Rush, a chance to chill out at the beach (while being in the Western suburbs), or lose yourself (or your bikini) in the brand new Whirlwind slide! Like they say, something for everyone!

For more info and for summer sale offers, click HERE!

Kokedama Workshop AT Bondi Beach– anytime

Merchant & Green, 96 Glenayr Ave, Bondi Beach NSW

Have you pretty much tried it all? Pottery, photography, massage, cocktail making classes? Why not try something new!? Kokedama anyone? Kokedama is an age old Japanese art form, a cousin of Bonsai- consisting of petite plants living off a ball of special soil and moss, bound by string. In the 1.5 hour class you’ll learn how to make your own Kokedama balls (x3), decorated with a variety of succulents or seasonal indoor plants. After the class you can hang them, keep them in bowls, or feature them ‘naked’. Max of 8 in the public classes- $110 pp.

For more information and to book into a class, click HERE!

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