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Travel Notes : Events

A rainbow waterfall of fireworks will cascade from Sydney Harbour Bridge as part of this year’s New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the dramatic technicolour fireworks would confirm Sydney as the New Year’s Eve capital of the world. “This is a fabulous way to see out 2017 - the year that four out of five Sydneysiders said a resounding ‘Yes’ to marriage equality,” said the Lord Mayor.

“The rainbow waterfall is a well-earnt tribute to the Sydney 78ers who...

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Sending postcards and buying a souvenir or two were once part and parcel of a trip away, before the days of personal cameras and instant selfies. Ceramic dishes, trinkets, cups and saucers, toothpick holders, spoons, and tea towels were some of the most popular take-home items and were produced in their thousands.

Charming examples of all these souvenirs are among Tweed Regional Museum’s latest exhibition, Wish you were here: tokens of travel, features ...

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Adelaide’s annual Feast Festival kicks off its 21st year this weekend with over 70 shows across a vast array of performing and visual arts events, walks and talks, film screenings, community events, queer forums and more. Visit Gay Australia takes a look at a few events worth checking out:

Bearskin III
Producers Hotel: Saturday 18 November
By popular demand, Bear Men of Adelaide (BMofA) present the third instalment of their sexy...

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Queer Screen’s 25th Mardi Gras Film Festival is a celebration of our creativity and homage to our history as we bring the best and most diverse LGBTIQ content to the big screen. Announcing the first 10 ‘teaser’ films, tickets are now on sale for the 2018 Festival which screens from 15 February to 1 March.

Queer Screen puts the spotlight on Australia’s established and up...

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