Featuring food and drink by Fred’s, North Bondi Fish, Barbetta, Charlie Parker’s, the Bellevue and more, this is possibly Sydney’s tastiest village fair.
Go big or go small. Just own your millinery choice this season.
Free organic coffee, pilates, sunset drinks, book signings and a free olive-oil filling station are just part of what’s on offer.
This is spring at its finest. This is The Everest Carnival. And Sydney, the wonderful news is that it’s happening in our own backyard.
Racewear will be slightly more pared back this year and not as over the top as previous years.
While cannoli is where it’s at for me, Chef Jeff tells us that most people sign up to this class to unlock the secrets of the tightly layered sfogliatelle.
The race had prize money of $10 million in its first year, and $13 million in 2018. It’s $13 million again this year. It dwarfed the $6.25 million on offer in the Melbourne Cup.
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Tessa MacKay’s depiction of actor David Wenham gazing from the window of a Sydney café (winner of the Packing Room Prize) is the one stealing audience hearts.
“Back in 1993, it was just blokey blokes standing around drinking copious amounts of beer and listening to bad music. God forbid a woman came in.”
The autumn winds may be blowing through Sydney, but as the weather cools, the action heats up across the East. Lara Picone picks through the season’s hottest events, big and small.
Two of the best seafood chefs in the world cooking together in one place? Count us in.
“People get really confused about dressing for autumn racing, but really it’s just about structure. If you keep it simple, you won’t end up looking like a birthday cake.”
Winx’s unparalleled racing career will almost certainly end this autumn in Sydney, and Randwick will be the scene of the biggest race day of the modern era on April 13.