Barangaroo is named after a leader of the Cammeraygal people and wife of Kenneling of the Wangal people, ancestral elders of the First peoples. The transformation from a disused container terminal on the edge of Sydney’s CBD into a spectacular 22 hectare waterfront precinct will see the streets of Barangaroo come to life in an … Continue reading Streets of Barangaroo: a Christmas gift guide
Photo: supplied The Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park is hosting this BBQ BALEOUT, this weekend, 3-4 November. It has been transformed into a homestead with plenty of stalls to occupy guests. The Barbecue Alliance are not only cooking up some amazing smoked meats, they are doing it for a good cause. This is a collaboration … Continue reading BBQ Baleout Nov 3-4 @ Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
Many of the team at “The Where To” are very much involved in community activities. As we approach the season when many may not be as fortunate as us to enjoy the activities and experiences of the city like we can, we’ve compiled a list of some causes we support. It’s an opportunity for us to reflect … Continue reading Where to give back to the community?
Bang! That's a cool name for a restaurant - kind of appropriate for a Bangladeshi restaurant, just the first four letters of its national origin. Wonder if this way of naming a restaurant could apply to other types of cusine, I guess it could, but maybe not quite as good. Anyway, this place has been … Continue reading Bang! Bangladeshi Street Food
I (Sarah) took a short hiatus from eating out, drinking and blogging to train for 12 weeks in a boxing program called Corporate Fighter. I had been seeing pics and posts pop up on Instagram and Facebook for a while now about Corporate Fighter, possibly because it is the internet’s way of connecting you randomly … Continue reading Fighting for a cause @Corporate Fighter