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  • Sydney Town Hall will light up tonight and tomorrow to remember those who sacrificed. While there’s no doubt ANZAC Day will feel very different this year – together – even while apart – we’ll honour those who served. Join the Light up the Dawn service online, tune into one of the live services during the day and share your messages with #ANZACspirit. Tap the bio link to find all the details for how to get involved 📷: @katherinegriffiths

    Sydney Town Hall will light up tonight and tomorrow to remember those who sacrificed. While there’s no doubt ANZAC Day will feel very different this year – together – even while apart – we’ll honour those who served. Join the Light up the Dawn service online, tune into one of the live services during the day and share your messages with #anzacspirit. Tap the bio link to find all the details for how to get involved 📷: @katherinegriffiths

  • “Hey - where did everyone go?” This guy has been left bemused by the empty streets. Quite frankly, it’s probably best if no one tells him what’s been happening lately. It’s more important than ever to continue to isolate ourselves to stop the spread. Only go out to get essential supplies, for medical appointments, to work (if you can’t work from home), to provide care for others or once a day to exercise. When you do head out try to go at quiet times, avoid physical greetings and use tap and go instead of cash where possible. Always keep your distance from others and wash your hands when you return. Let’s for look out for each other during this time. Leave a calling card for your neighbours to check they’re OK and keep in regular contact with friends and family wherever they are in the world. 📷: @scorpioronomy

    “Hey - where did everyone go?” This guy has been left bemused by the empty streets. Quite frankly, it’s probably best if no one tells him what’s been happening lately. It’s more important than ever to continue to isolate ourselves to stop the spread. Only go out to get essential supplies, for medical appointments, to work (if you can’t work from home), to provide care for others or once a day to exercise. When you do head out try to go at quiet times, avoid physical greetings and use tap and go instead of cash where possible. Always keep your distance from others and wash your hands when you return. Let’s for look out for each other during this time. Leave a calling card for your neighbours to check they’re OK and keep in regular contact with friends and family wherever they are in the world. 📷: @scorpioronomy

  • We all have a role to play in reducing the spread of Covid-19. Staying apart is essential to protect vulnerable members of our community and to stop excessive demand on our health system. But it doesn’t mean we can’t keep together. We look forward to hearing about new events and helping to keep you connected. Tap the bio link to see what’s coming up or to list an event now. #covid19

    We all have a role to play in reducing the spread of Covid-19. Staying apart is essential to protect vulnerable members of our community and to stop excessive demand on our health system. But it doesn’t mean we can’t keep together. We look forward to hearing about new events and helping to keep you connected. Tap the bio link to see what’s coming up or to list an event now. #covid19

  • Come on, Sydney. Let’s look out for each other (from 1.5m apart) 💚 #covid_19

    Come on, Sydney. Let’s look out for each other (from 1.5m apart) 💚 #covid_19

  • It’s party time! The @sydneymardigras parade is well and truly in full swing. We’re proud to be part of the parade as over 70 staff, choreographed by @eliamroyalness make their way along Oxford and Flinders Streets. The theme for our float is ‘Everyone’s Welcome’, which highlights the City’s acceptance of everyone, regardless of sexuality, gender or ethnicity. It also reflects our long-held commitment to welcoming people seeking asylum and refugees. Happy Mardi Gras, Sydney! #sydneymardigras 📷: @katherinegriffiths

    It’s party time! The @sydneymardigras parade is well and truly in full swing. We’re proud to be part of the parade as over 70 staff, choreographed by @eliamroyalness make their way along Oxford and Flinders Streets. The theme for our float is ‘Everyone’s Welcome’, which highlights the City’s acceptance of everyone, regardless of sexuality, gender or ethnicity. It also reflects our long-held commitment to welcoming people seeking asylum and refugees. Happy Mardi Gras, Sydney! #sydneymardigras 📷: @katherinegriffiths

  • Well helloooo @sydneymardigras! 🏳️‍🌈 The raising of the rainbow flag marks 17 days of parties, performances and of course….the parade. The international symbol for gay pride will fly above Sydney Town Hall throughout celebrations from today until Sunday 1 March. Tap the bio link to see the full event program. #sydneymardigras 📷: @katherinegriffiths

    Well helloooo @sydneymardigras ! 🏳️‍🌈 The raising of the rainbow flag marks 17 days of parties, performances and of course….the parade. The international symbol for gay pride will fly above Sydney Town Hall throughout celebrations from today until Sunday 1 March. Tap the bio link to see the full event program.#sydneymardigras 📷: @katherinegriffiths

  • They’re back! Take a stroll around Circular Quay to discover 12 larger-than-life animal signs of the Lunar zodiac. At the centrepiece of the exhibition are 9 golden robotic rats. Reminiscent of 1950s sci-fi robots, each animatronic rat has a wind-up key in its back and the Chinese symbol for good luck spinning on its chest. Don’t miss the exhibition before it ends on 9 February. Tap the bio link for all the details and share your favourites with #sydneylunarfestival 🎬: @timeflees

    They’re back! Take a stroll around Circular Quay to discover 12 larger-than-life animal signs of the Lunar zodiac. At the centrepiece of the exhibition are 9 golden robotic rats. Reminiscent of 1950s sci-fi robots, each animatronic rat has a wind-up key in its back and the Chinese symbol for good luck spinning on its chest. Don’t miss the exhibition before it ends on 9 February. Tap the bio link for all the details and share your favourites with #sydneylunarfestival 🎬: @timeflees

  • It’s time to celebrate the year of the Rat! 🐀 The streets of Haymarket are buzzing right now as we celebrate the beginning of Sydney Lunar Festival. There’s over 100 events throughout the city from now until 9 February. Find all the details in our bio link. #sydneylunarfestival

    It’s time to celebrate the year of the Rat! 🐀 The streets of Haymarket are buzzing right now as we celebrate the beginning of Sydney Lunar Festival. There’s over 100 events throughout the city from now until 9 February. Find all the details in our bio link. #sydneylunarfestival

  • Dull, dreary….and delightful! 💦💦 We received a drenching today, with more rain on the way tomorrow. Most importantly – the rain has been falling across the state helping the tireless efforts of @nswrfs staff and volunteers. 📷: @lifestuffandthings & @chrissouthwood #sydney #sydneyrain

    Dull, dreary….and delightful! 💦💦 We received a drenching today, with more rain on the way tomorrow. Most importantly – the rain has been falling across the state helping the tireless efforts of @nswrfs staff and volunteers. 📷: @lifestuffandthings & @chrissouthwood #sydney #sydneyrain

  • Welcome to 2020 from Sydney! Here’s to a new year filled with every joy and happiness 🌟 Image: @_danieltran_ / City of Sydney #sydnye

    Welcome to 2020 from Sydney! Here’s to a new year filled with every joy and happiness 🌟 Image: @_danieltran_ / City of Sydney#sydnye

  • UPDATE: So far we’ve raised over $500,000 with @abctv for the @redcrossau Disaster Recovery and Relief fund. We’re proud to harness the power of Sydney New Year’s to support people affected by the bushfires. Please consider joining us in donating: www.nye.sydney/donate (link also in bio) 9pm fireworks image: AAP for City of Sydney / Dean Lewins #sydnye

    UPDATE: So far we’ve raised over $500,000 with @abctv for the @redcrossau Disaster Recovery and Relief fund. We’re proud to harness the power of Sydney New Year’s to support people affected by the bushfires. Please consider joining us in donating: www.nye.sydney/donate (link also in bio) 9pm fireworks image: AAP for City of Sydney / Dean Lewins #sydnye

  • Excitement is building around the harbour as people from across the globe are gathering to welcome 2020. Friends and families from Hong Kong, Vietnam, Holland, India, Denmark, New Zealand, Germany, USA, Chile, Ecadour, Brazil are joining Sydney locals for #SydNYE Remember to look out for each other in the heat; drink plenty of water, use sunscreen and find shade where possible. Follow all the latest vantage point information at sydneynewyearseve.com

    Excitement is building around the harbour as people from across the globe are gathering to welcome 2020. Friends and families from Hong Kong, Vietnam, Holland, India, Denmark, New Zealand, Germany, USA, Chile, Ecadour, Brazil are joining Sydney locals for #sydnye Remember to look out for each other in the heat; drink plenty of water, use sunscreen and find shade where possible. Follow all the latest vantage point information at sydneynewyearseve.com