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    Sydney’s Open Air Cinemas

    St. George Open Air Cinema Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000 Nothing can prepare you for the awe-inspiring beauty of experiencing a film on Sydney’s iconic harbour waterfront. Genuinely. No instagram image, pinterest post, no blog. From humble beginnings the St. George Open Air theatre was built on mutual love of film and Sydney’s lifestyle and has become a quintessential part of our city’s summer months. In its 21st season on Sydney Harbour, the city’s most glamorous Open Air cinema has proven to be a spectacle that people travel from far and wide to experience. Major sponsors of the event include Audi, The Sydney Morning Herald and Kirin, whilst Chanel, Tiffany & Co., Lindt and…

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    Inside the Hydro Majestic

    The Hydro Majestic’s 1904 grounds formally known as the Medlow Bath has grown with our young nation and facilitated many roles in her time, originating as a hydropathic resort the grounds have also acted as a makeshift hospital for injured soldiers, an opulent ballroom venue for high society and the place of death for Australia’s first Prime Minister, Sir Edmund Barton. To me, the Hydro Majestic represents a Gatsby-esque aspiration – a venue that provides a glimpse into what wealth in the 1900’s looked like. A pillar of history that continues to marvel travellers from far and wide when passing the Megalong Valley. The first time I laid eyes on the grand Hydro…