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March events in Sydney

Farewell an intense summer and bring on a massive roster of comedy, music and multicultural festivals

By Time Out editors
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The end of bushfire season and cooler autumn weather isn't the only thing to look forward to this March. While the days are growing shorter, the list of outstanding activities this month is growing ever longer. Party at Parramasala, dance at the Latin American Festival, and talk gender equality and diversity at All About Women.

Also, now that the bushfires are all under control, it's time to support affected communities by visiting, shopping and eating locally. This roundup of the best short getaways from Sydney should provide some inspiration for your next weekend away.  

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Major events in March

A suitcase with stickers and pins on it full of cute embroidered purses.
Photograph: Supplied

1. Artisans Market Glebe

Shopping Markets Dr H J Foley Rest Park, Glebe

Four times a year, Foley Park transforms into the Artisans Market Glebe to showcase a carefully curated selection of homemade Australian creations. The Artisans Market will fetaure a line-up of over 60 creatives offering a range of locally designed and produced homewares, fashion, jewellery, art, beauty products and more. Expect to find live music playing throughout the park from 10am-3pm. 

Liverpool Sculpture Walk 2019 supplied
Photograph: Charlotte Curd

2. Liverpool Sculpture Walk

Art Sculpture and installations Casula Parklands Playground, Casula

For two weeks every spring, hordes of Sydneysiders head to the beach for the annual Sculpture by the Sea. But for nine months, Casula Parklands is playing host to a new sculpture walk, featuring eight works from Sculpture by the Sea along the banks of the Georges River.

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3. Bondi Farmers Markets

Shopping Markets

Bar Pho has been a staple of the weekly produce and snack fare for the past eight years, and the warming basil, beef and star anise-spiked stock makes a solid argument for passing on the usual bacon and egg breakfast. This stall along with Fritter House and the Raclette Shack make the markets an excellent brunching destination. 

Hyde Park Barracks
Photograph: Supplied/Hyde Park Barracks

4. The Hyde Park Barracks' new, immersive museum experience

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After being shuttered for more than a year for an extensive renewal project, a revamped Hyde Park Barracks reopened to the public on Friday, Feb 21. Over the imposing sandstone building's 200-year history, it has housed nearly 100,000 convict prisoners, immigrant women, and even asylum inmates.  Visitors have 90 minutes to take audio-led, self-guided tours of the space.

Have a pint in the hills

Dining area at the Carrington
Dining area at the Carrington
Photograph: Anna Kucera

Best pubs in Surry Hills

Bars Pubs

They pack the pubs tightly inside the 2010 postcode. You've got craft beer temples with gleaming banks of taps ready to cater to even the most esoteric thirst; there are tried and tested stalwarts for a cold beer and a Swans game; or you can upgrade your dinner in high-end dining rooms.

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