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Say no to a boring St Valentine’s Day with eXpertLocal

Oh Sydney, it’s that time of year again when Cupid puts on a funny little outfit and does something super special. And by super special, we mean definitely not the same old, same old. So say no to boring bits and say yes to seriously good loving with the eXpertLocal selection of things to do this St Valentine’s Day.


Run around in your undies

What could be more romantic than running with thousands of other Sydneysiders who are wearing nothing but their undies, a charitable heart and a very cheeky smile? Now you can with the Cupid Undie Run! Giving you the opportunity to get some exercise, support a children’s tumour prevention charity and not have to go through the pain of deciding what to wear on St Valentine’s Day is what this event is all about! So show some love for fitness, health and err…letting a few things hang out at the Cupid Undie Run on Feb 9th. Register your participation here.


Stretching the limits of love

What do dressing in bright yet comfy clothes, visual displays, neon lighting and yoga got in common? Why St Valentine’s Day at Sukha Mukha Yoga of course! A home for all kinds of yoga classes and monthly community documentaries, Sukha Mukha yoga is holding “Glow with the Flow” on February 14th, where you and your partner can dress in vibrant colours and be immersed in music, lighting, gentle stretching, deep relaxation and a whole lot of fun. Singles are also welcome (great place to meet someone open minded perhaps?). What a great way to get limber for love! Book your spot now.


Four pawed friendship assured

Who says romance has to be all about the people? Here’s an event where it’s well and truly gone to the dogs! The gang from pet friendly App Doggible are holding a doggy love in party for pooches at 10am to 1pm on Sunday 16th February. Meet at Federation Valley Centennial Park (near Loch Avenue and Grand Drive) and you and your four paws can mingle with dogs and people. Games, tricks, prizes and a chance to meet the tallest dog in the world abound. This is a great event for families, couples who want to include their fur babies in St Valentine’s Day celebrations, or singles who would like to meet like minded people while spending time doing something you love. Find out more on the Doggible Facebook page.


Did someone say singing pub minstrels?

Popping to the pub for a decent 3 course meal is a Sydney favourite, but the gang at the Unicorn Hotel in Paddington have included a delightfully devilish twist. You and your beau will be serenaded by roving minstrels at the Unicorn throughout the evening. With a glass of bubbles in hand and a rendition of your favourite cheesy love song, The Unicorn is bound to be a place for awkward blushing and romance giggles this February 14th! More details available here.


I’d like a light red with a dash of Prince, thanks

Have you ever tasted a wine and thought “Hmmm, tastes a little like Madonna with a touch of P!nk?” – Well, now you can with the iWine matching music with wine experience. Jake is a masterful wine maker who loves a good wine tasting – with the tunes pumping of course! Find out if you prefer your Alicante with Aerosmith or your Barolo with Beethoven at this very interesting event held Monday 17th February. Wow your date with your innovative take on the winsome wine and wonder of St Valentine’s Day! Book now.


Honey, how about a pub crawl?

Newtown has a lot of romance. From the street art to the gentle hum of traffic on King st, Newtown is the place to go if you want to meet people of all kinds. That’s why eXpertLocal are running a special edition of the Newtown “Search for the perfect beer” crawl! This February 14th, you and your date (or singles you can be matched with), will be taken on a romantic discovery of Newtown and the beery haunts. Search for love, or search for the meaning of perfect love, as you undertake a Newtown pub crawl that’s all heart. Book now to avoid disappointment!


Mixing business with pleasure and social responsibility

For the thinking man’s bit of crumpet, we have our very own marketing manager Rebekah speaking at WeCo on February 20th on “why social responsibility needs to be a part of business”. Joining her are Brook McCarthy from Yoga Reach, Joel Hauer from WeCo and a bunch of passionate social responsibility and business minded people. So if you want to romance your mind a little, this is the event for you. It’s free and refreshments are supplied. Talk about romance for your career! RSVP here.


See? Not a single long stemmed rose or Hallmark card in sight! So what are you waiting for? Choose your version of a love in this St Valentine ’s Day, Sydney!



What’s on in Sydney in December with eXpertLocal

2013 certainly has flown by, hasn’t it? You can really feel the sea calling out to say hi, the beaches singing their siren song, and of course the sounding of wine and food flowing as we hit the festive season.

Here are our picks for December. Let’s get social!


Music for your ears

Kylie Minogue’s “Confide in Me” gains a beautiful new outlook in the hands of Jep and Dep. You can take in this lovely experience and purchase the single for yourself at the Jep and Dep single launch Brighton Up Bar, December 5th.

After 8 years of playing the traps, Found at Sea say goodbye to their drummer, Tim. Check out this last look at the original Found at Sea line up with special guests The Model School and Suzy Connelly at FBi Social, December 7th.

When the likes of the Thieves, the Mountains and the Civilians are on the same bill for only $10, you know you don’t need to ask twice whether you’ve got a good excuse to party on a Thursday. Catch them at the Brighton Up Bar, December 12th.

Friday the 13th of December sees the amazing Hollow Bones strip paint off the walls with their jangled rock that is bound to impress. Take your dancing shoes and make sure you hair is set for gale force blowing away-ness. Head to Spectrum, thank us later.

Prog rock never sounded so good with a bill including Solkyri as headline, pirate, Koranic and Melbourne’s Kalacoma all set to rock the walls right off FBi Social. If you like your music brave, experimental, loud and technically awesome, you have to be there Saturday 14th.

Head to Chinese Laundry for the diggin’est deck the halls from DJ decks around on December 21st. The Christmas Garden Party kicks off at midday and includes all kinds of musical happiness. Get your beat on at Christmas while also raising money for the Bushfire Appeal. Nice one.


Make your brain sparkle

How does sampling lots of different food trucks, a pop up bar and live entertainment sound? Like a fun Friday? It’s happening people- check out Food Trucks United on Friday December 6th.

Check out what you can do at the Arthouse Hotel when you join Doctor Sketchy’s art class. You can choose from BYO art supplies right through to a cool arty setup and dinner.

End the year on equality in IT note when you get your Geek Girl on with the Geek Girl Panel at Atlassian on December 10th.

You can ponder if letter writing and memes really do make a difference at the Amnesty International Panel Debate on ‘A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words’ on December 10th.  

Want to make more out of your Christmas without the guilt associate with food waste? Check out this nifty workshop Pocket, Plate and Planet run by Parramatta City Council on December 13th.

Need a little deep thinking over dinner and some business to boot? Hub Sydney’s Deep Dinner sounds like it’s perfect for you. See you there every third Tuesday of the month.

Embrace your inner Spock and check out the latest in short film sci-fi goodness at the WD Project Sci-Fi Awards on December 19th.


Shopping for the good gifts

Soak in the indie art and design that is the Finders Keepers Market at Eveleigh on the eve of Friday 6th and all day Saturday 7th of December.

Take a joyride to the beautiful Avoca Beach and enjoy the Avoca Christmas Fair on December 8th.

Summer is here and now it’s time for the Hornsby Twilight Markets, a perfect place to find a gift for someone special!

Visit the foodie heaven that is a Simon Johnson Pop Up Shop all the way through til December 27th.

Mosey on over to the Entertainment Quarter for their EQ markets every Saturday.


Christmas Day, your way

Looking to party?

Why not join the Collaborative Christmas party?

Get your word nerd on with the Copywriter’s Yuletide Fest.

Celebrate co-working and end of year hubberation at Hub Sydney.

Let your Entrepreneurship shine at The Entrepreneur’s and Self Employed Christmas Party


If you are having a solo Christmas, there are several wonderful places you can go and make new friends.

They include:
Bondi’s Chapel by the Sea as a guest or volunteer

The Christmas Day Picnic for orphans, singles, workers and more.

The Wayside Chapel’s Christmas Day Street Party.


Plus you can also Cole, take a glorious walk around the Rocks Pubs, experience Chinatown at Night, discover beautiful Bronte, or play guitars by the sea.

For all these and more fun activities, head to

eXpertLocal wants to help entrepreneurs, adventurers and self starters

As members of the Sydney startup scene, the team at eXpertLocal know firsthand how hard it can be when you first start out.
And we also know from the events we attend, the time we spend on the internet and the sheer amount of new and interesting things popping up in this beautiful city of ours, that there is a lot of super brilliant ideas that simply aren’t gaining the coverage they should.
So we want to change that.

Not just a platform to book things on
As a platform designed for events and activities, eXpertLocal gives any of you a unique way of testing out your idea before making huge financial investments in your own website, storefront or venue outlay. You can test your idea with an audience and see if it can gain traction.
As we’ve mentioned previously, we think this is a problem worth solving.
We’re trying to change big gaps in window fronts in Oxford street as much as we are attempting to excite Sydney siders about what is new. We want to aid in the discovery of Artisan craftspeople and small business owners trying to differentiate what they offer with unique ideas. We want to support people doing their own events through to market holders wondering if they should take the leap to retail, to change makers and creatively minded people looking for new ways to reach their audience.
At eXpertLocal, we’ve seen quite a few people trying to do their own thing. And we’re also living this as well as a startup. And so, we’ve decided if we’re going to be able to help you, and ourselves, we need to do things a little differently.

More support for you, your dream and the Sydney scene
We’ve always offered ourselves as a booking platform calling ourselves an experience marketplace, but we have come to realise this is not enough. As a team, we’ve pulled together and racked our brain (and scribbled on an awful lot of butcher’s paper in the process!) to identify what the best value and best possible support eXpertLocal can offer.
So we’re taking the bull by the horns, and becoming an experience marketplace in as many senses as our small team can offer. This includes:

  • Personally workshopping and writing your experiences for you
  • Providing marketing support and content advice to help you promote your experience (and your idea)
  • Including PR in the mix- and promoting you along with us
  • Holding events on a monthly basis so you can not only find out what it’s like to be a host, but also meet other hosts (current and potential) in the process
  • Bringing together all the kinds of wonderful and interesting events we find so more people can discover them

One hell of an awesome freebie
If you look at it this way, our team will be personally helping you to discover if your idea works, helping you market and promote it, providing you coverage in specialist and mainstream media- and removing headaches like building your own site or only pushing it through channels you know. All of which is covered in the 15% we charge on successfully booked tickets. Meaning if things don’t work out, you’ve received a lot of support, assistance, coverage and the ability to test your idea without spending any money.
And if it does work, it’s a fee well worth it (and still a lot cheaper than what you would pay independently).
We understand the pain of starting a dream, working on a new idea and trying to reach an entire audience. Don’t go through the motions yourself, learn with us and get a leg up towards a successful journey to the finish line.
We’ve now got a dedicated PR person working with a dedicated marketing and customer relations person looking to give you a super leg up- so drop us a line via
Join our MeetUp group and join us to find out how to become a host.
Or book an experience workshop direct with Rebekah
What have you got to lose? Get serious about seeing if your idea works and get on today!


What’s On- August edition

Brett Winterford

Brett Winterford

Looking for something super fun to do this August? The gang from eXpertLocal have you covered!

Inspiration and Creativity:

Looking for some design inspiration and a bunch of free and cheap talks? Look no further than Sydney Design 2013.

Check out the first ever Live Design Night held at Salt, Meats, Cheese in Alexandria on the 1st of August.

Spring into some inspiring ideas with Trampoline Sydney on August 3rd.

Maybe find a new place to co-work with the various open house times at Hub Sydney.

Social Media WomenCatch up with collaborative consumption and hear from eXpertLocal’s own marketing manager Rebekah Lambert at Social Media Women on August 13th.

Get your collaborative consumption on at the Green Villages ‘Share Sydney’ event, August 24th.


Treats for the ears:

Story telling song goodness

Ex-peregrine frontman Brett Winterford is known for his story telling lyrics. Enjoy the magic of a very tall man singing very delightful songs at Lizottes Dee Why on August 3rd or a secret show courtesy of Sofar Sounds on August 4th.

Sam Buckingham sings like a bird

Sam BuckinghamShe’s melted hearts, captured their tears and woven the songs a girl armed with a guitar who wanders the world should. Now she’s bringing her “I’m a Bird” tour all around the country. You can catch Sam Buckingham at the very intimate surrounds of warehouse Hibernian House. Book, else miss out for this 3rd of August show.

Jamtastic jamming festival in Marrickville

The Jamgrass Music Festival “On the Road” is at the Red Rattler in Marrickville on August 3rd. You should pack your dancing shoes, a funny grin and be prepared to hear 8 spunky little bands do their thing. Our pick is the Green Mohair Suits, but whoever you’re going to see, you’re bound to have a great time.

Comedy, original music and jamming

Through a Glass DarkLooking for a mix of music, a lot of joy, a few laughs and a bunch of different kinds of music? Hit the Town Hall hotel in Newtown for a night of music and mayhem as Through a Glass Darkly launches their album.  It’ll be a night to remember!

Get your dance on

Put on your blue suede shoes August 16th as retro dance party Twist and Shout pays tribute to Elvis. This cheap and very cheerful event happens once a month, usually at the Brighton Up Bar in Darlinghurst.

Musically, the hardest part of August may very well be who to see August 3rd!


Food and Drink Picks:

Whisky Live

Love your whisky? Then you need to hit Paddington 2nd and 3rd of August for the Whisky Live festival. Various venues for various little tipples, oh yeah!

Beer Baron

The Dove and Olive is doing some very wonderful things with beer, including a 4 course degustation based on beer matching August 9th and a Craft Beer Fight Club the first Wednesday of every month. Brewtastic!

Coffee @ Peace

peace love coffeeSutherland is hosting a lovely little community coffee festival in Peace Park, August 25th called “Coffee @ Peace” and sample coffee, food and entertainment with the whole family.


Plus we’ve got a bunch of exciting eXpertLocal activities including:

Aug 2nd taking a coastal walking tour

Aug 5th trying same sex swing dancing

Aug 6th Your own personal chef for Interactive Dining

Aug 7th tasting the wonder of Blue Ducks with the Bronte Diners Club

Aug 7th eating your way through Chinatown

Aug 8th uncovering the Redfern Small Bar Scene

Aug 10th kicking off our search for Sydney’s best watering hole in Newtown

Aug 14th continuing the search for the best iced coffee in Clovelly

Aug 17th searching for the best beer watering hole in Surry Hills

Aug 17th having some puppy time with the Doggy Park Playdate in Waverley

Aug 24th discovering new arty places and exhibitions with The Art Crawl

Aug 24th exploring the seaside village of Bronte

Aug 31st shopping til you drop at the Newtown Shop-a-thon


Is that enough for you? What else would you like to see at eXpertLocal?

What’s on in Sydney in June


Jack Frost certainly isn’t keeping enthusiasm at bay in Sydney. Let’s check out the amazing things to do in June!

Vivid is in full swing and boy, does it look amazing. Light shows, inspirational talks, art, music and culture all combine to make Sydney simply magical. To catch the programme, head to Vivid Sydney’s website.

World Music at the Basement
One of Sydney’s most iconic jazz venues and one that kept the closure wolves at bay in a tenacious fight is now presenting World Music Wednesdays. Kicking off in June, the same awesome venue coupled with a choice of music that is bound to show the highest of quality combines with a $5 door price (only sold on door) to create what has to be a sensational midweek music choice.

Dinner by the Water
The amazing Berowra Waters Inn is running their historic menu from May until June 9th. You’ll get canapés, four courses and a pre-dessert for $120. Plus you can partake of a wine selection for an extra $50. The menu is based on finding one in the attic of the pub dated 75 years ago. How’s that for cool?

Sydney Film Festival
The magic of Sydney Film festival comes to life from 5th June to the 16th of June with films and events bound to impress even the most fussy filmy.


June Long Weekend

Sydney loves a long weekend and June is no exception.

Vic on the Park, Enmore, are encouraging music, people, kids (with parents), and dogs to come together for fun and frivolity to see Custard.

Feeling clubby? Chinese Laundry brings you Birthdaypalooza. You’ll need the rest of the weekend to recover.

TripleJ + Luna Park + all ages = Come Together Festival happiness.

Musical Highlights
Darlings of Sydney indie music, Found at Sea, have a Sydney show to warm the cockles of your story telling heart during their Coloured Heart EP with a show at the Vanguard on 16th June.

The amazing sleepmakeswaves kick off their “…and so we played everything” tour in June/July with a Sydney show at the Annandale Hotel on June 28th.

Markets, markets, markets
Get your om, nom, nom on people and let’s get to market, to market to buy a big hen (and several other awesome items not covered in nursery rhymes) – with a twist!

Filled mainly with ear candy, the Sydney Rock n Roll Market blows the ears off the Manning House, Sydney Uni on Sunday 2nd June.

King’s Cross Organic Food Markets kick off in June.

Bondi brings the produce to you via the Farmer’s Market every Saturday morning.

Homemade, vintage and organic is the name of the game at Redwater Markets, every 3rd Saturday in Redfern.

Re-use, recycle and get right into organics at Marrickville Market every Sunday.

Activities on eXpertLocal
More Sydney music tours, more Freelance Jungle, more walking trails, dog’s day outs and more.

Plus we’ve got our own LAUNCH PARTY- and you’re invited! Yes, we’re late. No, we don’t mind. Do you? Party time!

Feel free to share your June activities and events below, too.


What’s on in May

It may be getting colder, but Sydney certainly isn’t slowing down. There are some really awesome things to do and see happening in Sydney in May.


The Hollow Bones residency, Oxford Arts Factory

The Hollow Bones

Lead by a wee Scottish firecracker who wields his guitar like a scythe to cut you down to size, the Hollow Bones is fast becoming one of the best (and yet most underrated) acts in Sydney. Luckily, the kids at Oxford Arts Factory know a damn good band when they see them and you’ll get the opportunity to see the Hollow Bones play on each Friday in May.
You’ll love this band if you love high energy performances, cracking vocals and rock that makes you cry “man, that was crazy awesome!”


Newtown Social Club is alive!

Newtown Social Club

The former Sando space was saved from becoming something else entirely by a bunch of musical cats with their hearts in the right place- and boy, are we hanging for it!  What promises to be a little more hip, a lot better food and a pokie free zone, the Newtown Social Club opens its doors early May and promises to bring us some very tasty live music.

We’re currently on the hunt for someone who wants to make it their new stomping ground to run tours and show newbies what’s hot, so if this is you, get in touch!


Hustle & Flow, Redfern

Hustle & Flow

Almost 12 months in the making, Redfern’s latest small bar “Hustle and Flow” has just had it’s opening party and is due to start service in earnest from the first week in May. You’ve got to love these guys already- it’s a husband and wife team who are super passionate about Redfern, street art and hip-hop and RnB.

They commissioned graffiti artists from Sydney to paint the bar up, they’ve been compiling play lists on the best tunes for months and with every single delay, they’ve just hung right in there to create what could be the coolest new bar in the ‘hood.

Get there before the cool kids do…you won’t regret it!


eXpertLocal Tours:

Like bicycling? You’ll love the Mountain Bike at the Dam Beach.

If iced coffee is more your thing, join in the search for the perfect iced coffee.

Freelancers in need of a night out will love the Freelance Jungle.

The Freelance Jungle


And we’ll be heading off to check out the Hollow Bones at Oxford Arts factory as part of the Sydney live music tours on May 31st.


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Discovering Bronte: Moving is more than packing and trucks

Our marketing chick Rebekah takes time out from the usual eXpertLocal blog to explain why she sees the value in eXpertLocal.

I lived quiet contentedly in and close to Redfern for almost a decade. I loved the suburb’s vibe and mix of culture. I loved being able to pop up for cultural events near the Block (yes, beyond what the media liked to tell you, life on the Block in Redfern was not all crime and problems). I loved watching the soccer training at Tech Park with a beer in hand at the Alexandria Hotel (it’s on the border, but seriously, it’s Redfern!). I loved strolling down to Redwater Markets at Redfern Park, seeing a cheery smile from the guys at First Drop Cafe or drawing at The Dock, popping in for my latest lecture about how I don’t treat my shoes well enough from Roger or raiding the Discount shop on Redfern street.

The noise, the sometimes odd encounters at the pub and the fact I could walk to the city were things I truly didn’t want to give up.

I loved Redfern so much I even set up Redfern Rocks on Twitter and Facebook so I could bust myths, show the beauty and share what I loved about life in Redfern.

Yet in 2012, I was priced out of the market rent wise. My partner and I, and our loopy Labrador simply couldn’t find a house big enough for the 3 of us in Redfern for the money we could afford.

So I gave away the Twitter account to a couple I thought loved the area as much as I do, packed up my house, and moved to the Bronte/Waverley border.

Goodbye city, hello sea

A sea of sound got replaced with quiet. Instead of walking for half an hour and finding myself in the city, I found myself at the beaches Bronte or Clovelly. The crazy life of Surry Hills Shopping Centre (or as I liked to call it, Redfern Mall) became replaced with the shiny glass and expensive public furniture of an enormous Westfield. I felt awkward and weird. Ridiculous I know, but I think I went a little bit into culture shock.

Not knowing where to go or what to do in the first few months really sucked. I only had one friend who knew the area really well, and that was form him growing up as a teenager, 15 odd years ago. So unless I wanted to play hooky and have a sneaky smoke in the park (no Mum, I don’t), I was plum out of luck.

The more I read online reviews of local shops or things to do, the more cynical I became. A lot of places I got excited about were often long gone, closed or something else entirely. Working from home, I needed to feel like I could leave the house with a “place to be” or a purpose. But because I didn’t have a clue where I was most of the time, I started to feel a little annoyed and really out of place.

What I really wanted was the connection.

I wanted to go to places and have people know my name, have a chat and feel not quite so alone.

It started me thinking about some of my expat friends living here or overseas, or friends who’d studied and worked overseas. And it reminded me again of what it was like to leave a country town, go to a big city uni and not know anyone at all, or the place I was living in, and how that felt.

Pulling my bottom lip off the ground, I did things that made me feel more and more comfortable with each adventure. I started with the local dog park. This grew to going to the coffee shop, Eugene’s. Then there was the beautiful Bronte to Clovelly sea walk with camera and dog. That grew into a beer at the Clovelly Hotel with friends followed by dinner by the beach at Swell and breakfast at Three Blue Ducks.

Now I love the area, but gee it took some time to get my head around living in a new place!

It’s not always that simple.

Sometimes, you don’t have a dog or a couple of friends who are willing to drive for half an hour for a meal but you still want to get out and about and discover a place without it being a tourist experience. Or maybe the language of the place you are in isn’t what you speak. Maybe the culture is really alien and having some inside knowledge would be very, very helpful.

eXpertLocal is about giving that freedom back to people. And that’s why I believe in the project, run tours and want to use my skills to get people to know about it and use it. I want newcomers to a city or suburb, or someone who just wants to try something new, to be able to do that with a couple of positive, supportive people to have a chat with while they do.

So if you feel like a fish out of water in Sydney, come do a tour with me. Or if you can relate to that feeling, why not share what you now know by running your own tour?

It takes a small step, but it’s worth it.

You can catch Rebekah’s dog Gibson as he tweets about Bronte life (and life as a happy Labrador) via @Bronte_labrador.

What’s On in Sydney in April

Looking for fun things to do this April, Sydney? Lucky eXpertLocal has got you covered!

The Royal Easter Show

Fun for kids of all ages, the Royal Easter Show is a great place for fun, food and family! Kicking off 21st of March and running over the Easter Long Weekend and until April 3rd, The Royal Easter Show has everything from the traditional prize winning cakes through to show bags jammed full of chocolate and toys.

Want to open a small bar in Sydney? Then you can’t go past the City of Sydney official Small Bar 101 Seminar on Wednesday April 3rd.

Young and in Sydney

Are you aged 12 to 24 and living in Sydney? Then don’t forget Sydney Youth Week! From safe cycling classes to all ages block parties, Youth Week celebrates the fun and frivolity associated with being young in Sydney’s largest city. This is a perfect excuse for uni students new to Sydney to host their very first eXpertLocal tour, too! From the 5th to the 14th of April.

Creepy and Kooky Theatre

Musical + Addams Family = very awesome! Running from March 20th to the 21st of April, the Broadway adaptation of one of TV’s most famous families, The Addams Family, is bound to please. Just add eXpertLocal tour guide, post show coffee conversation and you’re on a winner!

Looking for an eXpertLocal tour in April?

You can get some Sydney live music at the Proper Music School, Union Hotel, Newtown and see Charles Jenkins, Jo Meares and Ryan Linnegar (Found at Sea) Thursday 4th April.

For your doggy fix, you can’t go past Puppy Dog Playdate! in Waverley during the day on April 6th.

You can tour the fantastic theatre Sydney has to offer with the Sydney Theatre District Tour on April 6th.

And finally, our suggestions for the great places to catch a little Anzac Day action would have to be:

The Alexandria Hotel in Alexandria

The Norfolk in Redfern

The Coogee Bay Hotel

The Harbord Diggers

Newport Arms Hotel

Hotel Steyne

Make new friends, meet interesting people and uncover the things that make a place special with eXpertLocal! Join in the fun of existing tours or host your own today.

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