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More Sydney Free festivals Part V & Free stuff to do in Sydney

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Free Zushi Pop-Up – 3 Nights Only

Oct 30 – 1 Nov

7 Randle Lane, Surry Hills, NSW 2010

From their Facebook invite:

Toshiba and Intel are supercharging the humble sushi train, taking sushi delivery to a new level with their Seriously Japanese Pop-Up Zushi Roller Coaster. The bespoke fare, designed by artisan chefs, will be brought to you after a mind-blowing break-neck journey.

Guests will be greeted by geishas, waited on by salary-men and treated to an iconic Japanese themed experience of serious fun. Order uniquely crafted sushi via the latest Toshiba tablets and 2-in-1 devices powered by Intel Inside®, and have it delivered by the exclusively created sushi roller coaster – FREE of charge.

The roller coaster runs from 6pm until 9pm for three nights only (30th October to 1st November) and while sushi lasts (one serving per person, per day). Get there early!

Like Toshiba on Facebook to get your FREE admission to the Seriously Japanese Pop-Up Zushi Roller Coaster.

Village Bizarre, The Rocks, Nov 7 – Dec 19

Each Friday from November until Christmas the Rocks Markets take on a new and bizarre face lift. This started a few years ago and Travel Bunny has been 2 years running and won’t miss this years extravaganza. This year the markets are running longer than before.

The Markets come alive with entertainment, fun workshop and free activities to participate in as well as the usual markets. Great place to find unique (but expensive) Christmas presents. Come down and soak up the the bizarre atmosphere.

Architecture Festival – Nov 1 – 10, around Sydney. 

Never seen this festival before.

Sydney Open on 2 November looks great in looking at some of Sydney buildings that you may not ordinarily get to look at. $44 tickets for a tour 9:30-5pm on Sunday 2 November.

Also sunrise tours of the bridges of Sydney, talks, exhibitions all around town – including in Parramatta. Check their website for details (click on the festival name above to be taken to the site).


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