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Man and dog outside
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Things to do in Sydney this week

Wondering what to do this week? Our list will guide you in the right direction

By Alannah Maher

Wow, its July already? Sydney has opened back up in a big way. While physical distancing and precautions remain in place, you can now get out for dinner and a live show, eat out at a restaurant, and visit some of our city's museums, galleries and attractions. The school holidays have kicked off, and we have you covered for things to do with the whole family too. 

We can also head to the best spots for a barbecue, pack a basket for Sydney's most beautiful picnic spots, and take our four-legged friends out to the best dog-friendly parks.

We've come up with a list of fun things to do while staying safe and healthy. If you'd prefer to stay at home, there are plenty of experiences pivoting to delivery and to the digital realm – allowing you to keep entertained, stay connected to the city and support local businesses. 

RECOMMENDED: Sydney's social distancing rules explained and how to go out safely.

Things to do in Sydney this week

Four burlesque performers pose in black and white costumes with broad brimmed hats.
Photograph: Supplied/La Femme

1. Check out the debut of this opulent new burlesque show

Things to do The Vanguard, Newtown

Drawing on Parisian traditions like the famous Crazy Horse cabaret (think the racier big sister to the Moulin Rouge) this brand new production has a distinctly Australian twist. La Femme is infused with subtle references to Aussie icons, music, culture and fashion.

Chika Ikogwe
Photograph: Supplied

2. Take a behind-the-scenes bus tour of Sydney's theatre scene

Theatre Old Fitzroy Theatre, Woolloomooloo

Missing Sydney's vibrant theatre scene? Hop on a bus with some of our brightest stars for a behind-the-scenes tour. Sydney Theatre Buses present guided sightseeing tours of Sydney’s hibernating theatre scene as led by some of its glittering stars. They include Simon Burke (Mary Stuart), Chika Ikogwe (Fangirls) and Lucia Mastrantone (The Harp in the South). 

Three cats lounging on a fluffy blanket
Photograph: Supplied/Catmosphere

3. Have a cuddle with the feline residents of Catmosphere cat café

News City Life

Sydney’s only cat café is welcoming back human guests. If snuggling up with a cup of coffee and a brood of fluffy new friends sounds pretty good to you, it’s about time you got down to Catmosphere. They do things a little differently here, you can make a private booking to hang out with cats that are "zoned" into themed rooms based on their age, energy level, and adoption status.

Man and dog outside
Photograph: Divya Venkataraman

4. Set off on a truffle hunt in the lush surrounds of the Southern Highlands

Travel Southern Highlands

If wandering through a lush property hot on the heels of a cute pup in search of thousands of dollars of ‘edible gold’ sounds like how you’d like to spend a wintery Saturday morning, well, join the club. Wild Food Adventures, a local Southern Highlands company, has been running experiences marrying food and the natural scenery of the area for years. To cater to truffle hunters, they’ve teamed up with Ganymede Truffles.

The Credeaux Canvas at the El Rocco room
Photograph: Supplied

5. Check out this racy off-Broadway art hoax play IRL

Theatre Drama El Rocco Room, Potts Point

A play about sex, lies, masking tape and a dodgy art rip-off is one of the first theatrical performances to welcome an actual audience into an honest-to-goodness theatre in Sydney since the Beforetime. We’ve become accustomed to seeing new theatre online and re-embracing cabaret with dinner and a show, but now up to 24 Sydneysiders can sit down (appropriately distanced, of course) to take in a full-length play. 

Happy Place Live Nation 2020 supplied
Photograph: Live Nation/supplied

6. Explore a picture-perfect Happy Place

Things to do Pop-up locations Broadway Shopping Centre, Glebe

If there's something we Sydneysiders could do with a decent dose of right now, it'd be pure, unadulterated joy. The Happy Place, a pop-up exhibit of boldly colourful, immersive environments had its Australian premiere on the rooftop of Broadway Sydney in March. Now it's back from Friday, July 3. 

A bagel filled with cured beef, pickles and mustard
Photograph: Supplied/Stanley's

7. Get around a legendary late night London snack: juicy salt beef beigels

Things to do Stanley's, Darlinghurst

For homesick British expats, we have very good news. Stanley's salt beef beigel pop-up has been extended. Freshly filled salt beef bagels are the late night snack of choice for the London's clubbers, pubbers and taxi drivers. You can taste these popular baked bun snacks (along with some experimental cocktail combinations) at this pop-up at the very pink, Miami Vice-style Darlinghurst bar, Stanley’s.

A pair of feet in ice skates on a rink
Photograph: Pixabay/Manfred Richter

8. Lace up and go ice skating at Darling Harbour (or your local rink)

Things to do Ice skating

Darling Harbour's annual pop-up ice skating rink, Frozone, has frosted up just in time for the school holidays. Meanwhile, permanent rinks are also welcoming back eager skaters. There's icy fun in Sydney for the whole family to practice their ice skating twirls, double axles and graceful tumbles. 

Two drag queens in pink and green feathered costumes
Photograph: Supplied/Imperial Hotel

9. Have a fabulous dinner and show experience at the home of Priscilla

Things to do The Imperial Hotel, Erskineville

The queens at the Imperial Hotel are putting on a flashy new dinner and show experience packed with enough campness, nostalgia and colourful feathers to help us forget about the perils of 2020. Pop on something that makes you feel fabulous and shake your tail feather down to the Priscilla’s Experience: a marathon of glamourous and glitzy performances served alongside a three-course menu from the Impy’s in-house restaurant. 

Hilltops region
Photograph: Destination NSW

10. Plan a trip to the most underrated holiday destinations in NSW


International borders look set to remain sealed until at least next year and restrictions on interstate travel are still in effect for much of the country. Fortunately, there's a wealth of great getaway options right here in New South Wales ready and waiting to receive eager holidaymakers. 

A person in cosplay costume wears a bright blue spiked wig.
Photograph: Supplied/The Japan Foundation

11. Learn the art of cosplay, kawaii crafts, and Japanese music and dance

Things to do Your place, Sydney

Calling all Japanophiles: The Japan Foundation, Sydney, is launching a brand new online program which enourages people to learn and understand the significance of Japanese cultural practices. Pick and choose your own journey from a collection of educational, practical and inspiring pre-recorded videos and livestreamed sessions. 

BridgeClimb 01
Photograph: Supplied

12. Scale the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Museums The Rocks

Hoorah! Sydney Bridgeclimb is open to the public again. Yes, you have to wear an unflattering grey jumpsuit – but if climbing the fourth-longest single-span steel arch bridge in the world is a should-see for out-of-towners and visiting celebrities, then it’s an absolute can’t-miss for locals. Plus, they'll be offering discounted rates on climbs until July 19. 

Three drag queens pose on stage in brightly coloured dresses
Photograph: Supplied/Universal/Bruno Lozich

13. Get dressed up for dinner and a show with Oxford Street drag queens

Things to do Universal, Darlinghurst

Oxford Street stalwart Universal is back in business, with a luxe new offering. You won’t find the usual club nights and sweaty dancefloors upstairs. Premiere is an immersive dining experience featuring performances from some of the city’s most seasoned drag queens served up with a gourmet three-course dinner and bottomless bevvies. 

Photograph: Supplied/ANMM

14. Check out this museum's new exhibitions that showcase two perspectives on voyaging history

Things to do Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

The Australian National Maritime Museum has reopened to the public with two stellar new exhibitions to see. Under Southern Skies and From Kupe to Cook explore not just the traditional, colonial perspectives of James Cook's navigation (and 'discovery') of Australia and the Pacific, but also the perspectives of First Nations people involved in those encounters.

Table set in an igloo
Photograph: Supplied/The Winery

15. Dine in style this winter at the Winery's laneway igloo garden

News Restaurants

Surry Hills' the Winery is a pretty picture-perfect venue as it stands: bedecked in fairy lights, dotted with people sipping champagne in the garden area, with a plant-decked path leading the way in. Now, it's about to get even prettier with igloos to be installed in the garden, where you and your crew can sit, sip and dine on three courses and a cocktail as soon as your arrive.

A view inside a museum filled with human specimens
Photograph: Supplied/Museum of Human Disease/Louise Reily

16. Take a virtual tour of Sydney’s Museum of Human Disease

News Weird & Wonderful

If you haven’t yet made the trip to this niche collection housed at the University of New South Wales, now is your chance to take a virtual sticky-beak. The Museum of Human Disease has launched a virtual museum, allowing you to peruse its collection of disease-affected specimens like lungs, brains and body tissue. Understand the current world situation better by looking to the past.

Bowl of ramen
Photograph: Supplied/Butter

17. Make Butter's famous fried chicken ramen

News Restaurants

Call it a hangover from the iso-days, but as the weather gets more wintry, the temptation to snuggle up at home with a hot bowl of ramen and whatever's on the television grows ever stronger. Julian Cincotta, of famed Sydney fried chicken, champagne and sneaker joint, Butter, has blessed us with the recipe for the perfect ramen: it's hearty, wholesome, and will warm you up from the inside out.

Bowl of noodles with egg and truffle on top
Photograph: Devon Cafe

18. Taste some of Sydney's best truffle-based dishes

News Restaurants

As the air gets nippier, we begin to see more and more of the earthy, aromatic flavour of truffles wafting onto the menus of Sydney's most lauded cafés and restaurants. So where should you go to find truffle-based delicacies? We've rounded up a hit list.

The Lansdowne Hotel 2017 live music July 13 2017 feat Ainslie Wills 01 (c) Time Out Sydney photographer credit Anna Kucera
Photograph: Anna Kucera

19. Go to a live gig at the Lansdowne

News Music

As capacity restrictions ease for larger venues in Sydney, the Lansdowne is welcoming back punters for (seated) live music shows. The Lansdowne has been a mainstay of Sydney's local live music scene for years, and is key to nurturing the the careers of musicians in that nebulous middleground of their careers.

A person in a green shirt has their back to the camera, stands in a alleyway
Photograph: Supplied/I'm Free Walking Tours

20. Get some mates together for a free private walking tour around Sydney

News City Life

Locals might have seen the fluoro green wearing I’m Free Walking Tour guides hanging around Town Hall Square and the Rocks, but have you ever stopped to join them? These tours had to hit pause during the last few months, but the tour guides are back and ready to help you explore the city – with private bookings that were once rather exxy now costing nada.

Eileen's Bar
Photograph: Steven Woodburn/Supplied

21. Check out Four Pillars' new gin lab in Surry Hills

News Bars & Pubs

While Sydney’s hospitality sector has been in hibernation, the Four Pillars team has been hard at work creating a sophisticated new gin joint in the heart of Surry Hills. The venue has three distinct parts: its street-facing gin shop, which has been trading since the end of May; its ‘Gin Lab’, where workshops on the botanical intricacies of gin making will be hosted; and Eileen’s, an intimate cocktail bar. It's gin o'clock.

a stallholder holds up a cardboard box filled with fruit and vegetables
Photograph: Supplied/Cambridge Markets

22. Head to the Cambridge Farmers Markets

Shopping The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park

From June 13, every Wednesday and Saturday you can pick up a bag of crunchy carrots, loaf of warm sourdough and an armful of flowers at EQ’s Cambridge Markets. There are about 40 stallholders at each market peddling gourmet cheeses, ripe cherry tomatoes and piping hot gozleme. It’s a broad mix of retailers, from fruit and veggie stalls to children’s clothing and French linen. 

Igloo on harbour
Photograph: Supplied/Pier One

23. Book in for a luxe session in a harbourside 'igloo'

Things to do Pop-up locations Pier One Sydney Harbour, Dawes Point

These igloos are not the icy kind, but rather see-through bubbles furnished with Scandinavian simplicity, draped in furs and filled with hearty winter feasts for you and your crew of winter city explorers.

Two women laugh as they sculpt clay with wine and cheese on the table
Photograph: Supplied/Clay Sydney

24. Pour a glass and get muddy with a Wine and Cheese Ceramic Workshop

Things to do Classes and workshops Clay Sydney, Marrickville

Clay Sydney has opened the doors back up and is welcoming in visitors once again for it’s ever popular Wine, Cheese and Clay Nights. Grab a bottle of your favourite plonk and snacks and head down to the Marrickville studio on a Friday or Saturday night to get your hands dirty at one of their chilled out, boozed up workshops. 

Ramen 2 at Ryo's Noodles
Photograph: Anna Kucera

27. Get out for a bowl of the best ramen in Sydney

Restaurants Japanese

Ramen, more than any other soup, will divide people. Are you after an opaque tonkotsu or a brighter chicken shoyu broth? Firm hand-cut noodles or soft squiggly noodles? Find your favourite ramen in Sydney the old fashioned way – try them all. We did, and regret nothing except that we now need to buy bigger jeans.

Dough and ingredients to make dumplings
Photograph: Supplied/Din Tai Fung

28. Make your own 'disco dumplings' with Din Tai Fung

News Restaurants

If there's one thing we might love more than hot, steaming dumplings, it's alliteration. Thanks to the dumpling masterminds at Din Tai Fung, you can officially have both. They're launching a limited edition DIY 'Disco Dumpling' kit so you can finesse your dumpling making skills, while jamming along to an inspired, specially-curated disco playlist.

Miss 3D and Etcetera Etcetera
Photograph: Anna Kucera

29. Discover how you can celebrate World Pride Month, online and on the town

Things to do

June marks World Pride Month, when cities and communities around the world celebrate and advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights, and Sydney’s queer community is determined to fly the rainbow flag. Some of Sydney’s queer venues are starting to welcome back punters, and Sydney Pride Festival has gone digital for 2020 with Love Stream, an online festival of LGBT+ events.

Biennale of Sydney brings stunning art to the city
Photograph: supplied

30. Explore the Biennale of Sydney

Things to do

The doors have re-opened on the Biennale with an extended run. Championing First Nations artists, there’s a big focus on further decolonising Western art’s traditionally hallowed spaces this year. With a staggering spread of 700 works led by 101 artists, it can be overwhelming figuring out just what to see. Here’s our insider’s guide to the Biennale of Sydney.

A beautifully plated burrata cheese.
Photograph: Unsplash/Sebastian Coman

31. Learn to make burrata and bocconcini with a bubbly in hand

Things to do Food and drink

If there’s one cheese out there that’s captured everyone’s hearts and minds, it’s got to be burrata. In just 90 minutes, the experts at Omnom Cheese will teach you how to make your own in this hands-on class. The curd masters are back and ready to re-launch their new, smaller classes designed for ultimate health and safety. 

Interior seating at Barbetta
Photograph: Katje Ford

32. Revisit your favourite restaurants and cafés


Dining establishments around Sydney have been given the green light to start operations again – though within strict physical distancing parameters. We've collated a rolling list of the Sydney restaurants and cafés which have restarted dine-in operations.

Person holding a burger at Mary's Circular Quay
Photograph: Anna Kucera

33. Grab a juicy burger at Mary’s new rooftop venue

News Restaurants

The “best fucking burgers in the world” are now available al fresco. Mary’s on Top was originally slated to open in spring, on the rooftop of the Lansdowne Hotel. But it was brought forward to provide employment for staff that have been stood down due to the Lansdowne’s ongoing closure.

Cheese melting off a wheel
Photograph: Unsplash/Claudio Schwarz

34. Settle in for all-you-can-eat raclette

News Restaurants

Our basest instincts are piqued at the idea of anything slapped with an "all-you-can-eat" label. When that something is cheese-based, all bets are off. Surry Hills southern French style restaurant, Loluk Bistro is dishing out raclette – giant wheels of cheese which are melted over a flame until the cheese begins to ooze off its wheel – generously drizzled over vegetables, potatoes, salad and plates piled with charcuterie including bresaola, saucisson, coppa, ham and prosciutto. Plus, you can keep ordering more. 

Bubbletent, Capertee Valley
Photograph: Supplied/Destination NSW

35. Head out on one of these wintery getaways


Australia has always existed in the popular imagination as the slip-slop-slap land of sun, sea and snags. But our backyard isn't just worth frolicking around in the summertime. From the majestic, crisp peaks of the Blue Mountains to the bucolic vineyards of Mudgee, we've rounded up some of our favourite cold-weather destinations to travel to from Sydney. 

Diner with people inside
Photograph: Supplied/Blacktown Skyline Drive In

37. Have a nostalgic movie night at Blacktown's drive-in cinema

News City Life

Sydney's own Sky Line Drive In in Blacktown has opened again to the public, with a whole season's worth of cinematic programming to keep you coming back for more. You too can channel John and Olivia in Grease – it's the perfect date night. Feel free to wear tight black leather pants, or, you know, don't. 

Cars lined up for drive through
Photograph: Supplied/Bella Vista Hotel

38. Nab cheap eats at the Hills' Food Truck Drive-Through

Things to do Food and drink

The Bella Vista Hotel has brought a new on-the-go dining concept to the Hills, rounding up a bunch of its favourite food purveyors for a food truck bonanza. You can get all sorts of nosh, from smoked-then-fried chicken wings from Fire and Brimstone Barbecue, loaded burgers from Burger Head, and perfectly piped cannoli from Pasticceria Caruso. 

Camping, Mimosa Rocks National Park
Photograph: Tim Clark/Destination NSW

39. Plan your next camping getaway

News Transport & Travel

In excellent timing for the upcoming long weekend, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is opening up a range of campsites all around to state to welcome punters. Regional travel has been given the green light from June 1, which means NSW citizens will be able to travel for a holiday or any other recreational purposes around the state. 

Two blue chairs in front of white wall
Photograph: Supplied/Raes on Wategos

40. Get fancy with the most luxurious accommodation in NSW


Sometimes you just want to exchange your everyday for an alternate reality where plush robes come hand-laundered to your door. We have rounded up some of the most luxurious hotels in NSW for you to escape the rigours of modern life with on a truly indulgent vacay. 

Haverick Meats Chef Series
Photograph: Supplied

43. Order a dinner kit from one of Sydney's top restaurant meat suppliers

News Restaurants

Haverick Meats – which supplies the likes of Bert’s, Chophouse and Mr. Wong – is delivering restaurant-quality meat directly to your door. Canny homecooks have long been buying from the wholesaler’s retail outlet in Banksmeadow. But in keeping with the times, Haverick hasn’t just pivoted to home delivery, it has teamed up with some top chefs to create precooked meal packs.

People walking along Coast Track Royal National Park
Photograph: David Finnegan

44. Start planning your next day trip

Travel Short getaways

Follow your traveller's instinct and get away for a day to one of our best day trips from the city – featuring quaint villages, seaside hangouts and mountain escapes. Around a two-hour drive or a scenic train ride away, you'll find yourself rambling through eucalyptus gums, gazing out over gorgeous ocean cliffs, or watching the world go by in a sleepy village. 

Whale breaching
Photograph: Unsplash/Todd Cravens

45. Go whale watching at one of Sydney's best vantage points

Things to do Walks and tours

In Sydney, winter is your best bet to catch a glimpse of some humpback whales, as 20,000 of them make moves along the New South Wales coastline between May to August. Head to one of these lookouts with your camera and binoculars in tow to capture some blowholes spouting.

Jacaranda tress at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Photograph: Destination NSW

48. Get some fresh air at one of Sydney's best parks

Attractions Parks and gardens

Whether you're looking to go for a run, walk your dog, have a sedate picnic or just take a break from your four walls, these are the parks to visit. They have sprawling open spaces, free barbecues and shaded spots to while away an afternoon or simply catch a break at lunchtime.

Cocktails at Gin Lane
Photograph: Cassandra Hannagan

49. Pick up drive-through cocktails at this Sydney gin bar

News Restaurants

Driving and cocktails shouldn't usually go hand in hand – but there's an exception to be made for Chippendale bar Gin Lane's new drive-through service selling bottled cocktails – for you to drink in the safety of your own home, of course. 

Fried chocolate ice cream
Photograph: Supplied/Duo Duo

53. Get your own DIY fried ice cream kit delivered from Duo Duo

News Restaurants

Here's another home activity to try your hand at: DIY deep-fried ice cream. Its saving grace? You might actually be successful at it. Duo Duo, a handmade ice cream store based in Strathfield, is delivering one-step make-at-home ice cream kits to your door, for just $9.

Joan Sutherland in Lucia di Lammermoor, 1980.
Photograph: Branco Gaica/Opera Australia Archives

55. Watch Opera Australia’s greatest productions online, for free

News Theatre & Performance

One of the country’s most prestigious live theatre companies has joined the mass pivot to online streaming. The free, on-demand streaming service will release exclusive content every week, drawing from the company’s extensive back catalogue of live performance recordings.

A still from Tarantino's Pulp Fiction spliced with a cheeseburger and fries
Photograph: Miramax Films/Anna Kucera

58. Have a kickass night in with our dinner and movie pairings


You're probably spending most of your days thinking about what it is you'll be eating for dinner, and what you'll be streaming to go along with it. So we've taken the liberty of picking some tip-top meals to cook, pick up or have delivered from some of Sydney's best restaurants and the perfect flicks to pair them with.

Girl holding camera
Photograph: Unsplash/Marco Xu

60. Learn the ropes with the Australian Centre for Photography

News City Life

The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) is offering online classes. The courses will encourage you to harness the world around you to create striking, principled photos. What's more? The Centre has wrangled some big names in the photography world to teach you a thing or two. 

Man holding bagel with cream cheese
Photograph: Supplied/Brooklyn Boy Bagels

61. Get drive-through New York-style bagels in Marrickville

News Restaurants

None of us are travelling to New York anytime soon, but you can still get yourself a true taste of the Big Apple with Brooklyn Boy Bagels' new carpark set-up – designed for you to grab your doughy morsel and continue on your way with minimal contact with people.

A metal plate of beef short ribs and their packaging alongside, with a pair of tongs.
Photograph: Supplied/Bill Chen

63. Get DIY Korean barbecue and fried chicken delivered to you

News Restaurants

It’s almost impossible to re-create the magic of a restaurant at home – especially a smoky, sizzling Korean barbecue joint, buzzing with big groups ordering monstrous platters of meat and endless litres of soju. But thanks to two of Sydney’s most popular Korean eateries, we now can. 

Coopers DIY brewing kit with the all the equipment
Photograph: Supplied

65. Brew your very own Coopers beer at home

News Bars & Pubs

Believe it or not, Coopers – yes, Coopers – began producing DIY beer kits in the 1970s. Today, the largest Australian-owned brewery is the world’s best-selling brand of DIY beer extracts, and exports to more than 25 countries. 

Food and drink at Pocket Bar Darlinghurst
Photograph: Supplied

66. Get canned cocktails delivered to your doorstep

News Bars & Pubs

The names behind some of Sydney's most popular bars – including Button Bar and Stitch Bar and Terrigal's Pocket Bar, – have opened up an online store selling canned versions of your favourite 5pm beverages, ready for delivery to your doorstep. They've got a range of 330ml and 500ml of cocktails to whet the most even the most unusual of appetites.

Alliance Francaise
Photograph: Supplied

67. Learn French online from this 120-year-old institution

News City Life

Parlez-vous Français? Would you like to? The Alliance Française, which has been teaching French to beginners and les specialistes for 120 years, has made the transition online.  There are courses available for teenagers, kids and adults, as well as private tuition and group classes.

A suitcase is overflowing with fresh fruit and vegetables.
Photograph: Dominik & Frederike Schneider/Pixabay

70. Do your weekly farmers market shopping online with this new website

News Style & Shoppng

The Market Drop has digitised the experience of shopping at one of Sydney’s weekend markets. The website brings together a bunch of local stallholders into one place, so you can fill your virtual trolley with goodies from all your market favourites and eagerly await delivery on Saturday or Sunday. 

Season two of the Heights on ABC TV
Photograph: Megan Lewis

76. Binge the best feel-good TV on the ABC and SBS


If you’re anything like us, you're in desperate need of something light and easy to binge-watch while settling into your sofa. With minimal tolerance for grim and gritty right now, we've turned to our public broadcasters for lowkey cute chuckles with a side of feel-good warm and fuzzies.

Nail art on a laptop in a tasteful loungeroom
Photograph: Creative Commons

78. Watch the best YouTube videos for relaxing and spacing out

Things to do

If you're having a little trouble unwinding at the moment you've come to the right place. YouTube is our world's eternal source for all kinds of energy-level content, but it's at its most potent when mined for relaxing gems. Here, let us guide you through the chillest channels and most surprisingly blissful videos.

The best online classes and workshops from Sydney

Sydney Dance Company Contemporary Dance for Beginners
Sydney Dance Company Contemporary Dance for Beginners
Photograph: Xavier Mansfield

Get moving, creating and streaming at home

Things to do

Now is as good a time as any to upskill (or sit on your butt and watch an online tutorial without moving a muscle, no one's judging) and luckily for us, many Sydney institutions have opened their virtual doors to help us out. 


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