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What's new in Sydney June 2020?

2020-05-28 | 5 min read

It’s official, NSW restrictions will be lifted from 1st of June. No more early nights and dine in at home, we can now take advantage of these relaxed restrictions. 

Here are the top things you can do this weekend:

  • Chinatown 

Time: 10pm-11pm everyday

Chinatown Night Market is one of Sydney’s iconic late-night hotspots, where you can try delicious Asian street food while showcasing unique products from local designers. There are also a variety of restaurants around China Town that you can try. Restaurant’s opening hours may be different due to Covid-19, so, ensuring that you check the restaurants beforehand.

  • Delivered Scone Packages

Time: 1 April- 30 Jun

Want to stay indoor in this cozy weather? The Tea Cosy is delivering freshly baked cone with gourmet Australian jam and they all come with free delivery. What’s better than a high tea time with your family!

  • DIY Korean barbeque

Eating Korean BBQ is a pleasure of this weather. Sydney’s latest at-home DIY dining project is now delivery! You can get everything for your feast including delicious Korean marinated meat, sides and even soju. There are many restaurants that you can choose from, Eat Now Box and 678bbq are two most famous DIY Korean Restaurants in Sydney. 

  • Escape to Sydney’s most beautiful parks and gardens

For the past 2 months of self-quarantine, going for a walk and getting some fresh air might be just what you need. Fortunately, Sydney is surrounded by sprawling green spaces, free BBQ and spectacular views. Check out Sydney’s best parks including Centennial Park, Hype Park and Royal Botanic Gardens. Don’t forget to practice social distancing rules with no gathering of more than 10 people. 

  • Work out at Sydney’s best outdoor gyms

While all gym centres are still close for the time being, some outdoor gyms are accessible to the public again. Let’s work up a sweat at Sydney’s best outdoor fitness destinations including Bondi Outdoor gym,Observatory Hill Outdoor Gym, Sydney Park and Prince Alfred Park Outdoor Gym

Time: all day until Sunday 31 May

Ticket: 20$

Stuck at home this weekend? Get your family and friends to go on your own scavenger hunt at home. No matter the size of your home is, all you need is a bit of creativity and Urban Hunt DIY cryptic scavenger hunt. To make it more interactive and interesting, you can also challenge your family and friends with Ross Geller style quiz.

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