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  • Work Christmas Party Ideas You'll Want to Try at Least Once.

    Work Christmas Party Ideas You'll Want to Try at Least Once.

    It's fast approaching that time of year where the Work Christmas Party rules the social calendar, and the focus in the workplace shifts from clients and budgets to what to wear and who to bring. And rightly so! 7 things you can do on your next work Christmas Cruise that will make a memorable evening on Sydney Harbour with your work colleagues that little bit more....entertaining.

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  • NSW Boat Licenses Are Now Digital!

    NSW Boat Licenses Are Now Digital!

    That's right! All you water and boating enthusiasts in New South Wales can now download a digital copy of you boat license. This is great news and follows the rollout of digital registrations too! It's quite amazing the number of licenses and permits that are issued every year. There are more than 760 categories that the state of New South Wales issues permits for totalling a vast 23 million! Digital licenses really lighten the wallet! And that's not in a monetary sense. How great would it be to get rid of a few of those cards in your wallet.

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  • Three Great Cruising Options For Father's Day

    Three Great Cruising Options For Father's Day

    The first Sunday in September is fast approaching! Father's Day! It's that day of the year where we get to show appreciation for the contribution that fathers make to their children's and family's lives. No more socks and ties! It's time we said thanks to Dad with something a bit more unique and memorable. Why not treat dad with a day out on the Harbour? Whether it's a lunch or dinner date for two somewhere by the water, or a larger family gathering, we've put forward some options for you just to make your decision that little bit easier.

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  • A Work Christmas Party You'll Actually Look Forward To

    A Work Christmas Party You'll Actually Look Forward To

    No matter how hard they try, the office christmas party always seems to end up being help in the same crumby ballroom with the same mind numbingly boring 90's music that no-one actually likes until they've had a few beers, and of course it's the same groups of work mates huddled around the bar and/or buffet like it was a water-cooler or a photocopier. The work christmas party is all but dead it seems?! Well not on my watch!

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  • Let's Celebrate Play in The Sand Day!

    Let's Celebrate Play in The Sand Day!

    Every Dinky-Di Aussie has some fond memories of playing in the sand as a youngster. What better way to celebrate those memories than by commemorating this Friday 11th August 2017 as world Play In The Sand Day! Whether you were playing in a sandbox at your local park or building castles at the beach, this day is all about getting back out there and re-living those fantastic memories.

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  • Should We Be Expecting A New Super Yacht In Sydney?

    Should We Be Expecting A New Super Yacht In Sydney?

    Is Australia about to welcome a new super yacht? John Symond is getting ready to accept delivery of his newly constructed Mega Yacht Hasna. Exciting news for John but also very exciting news for all of us with an interest in super yachts! With six double cabins, she can accommodate twelve very important guests in absolute comfort and luxury.

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  • Darwin's Beer Can Regatta Day

    Darwin's Beer Can Regatta Day

    Darwin's beer can regatta day was held yesterday with all its usual and customary colour and fanfare. The event has been running since 1974 when over 60 competed and about 22,000 people attended the event. At the time, that was almost half of Darwin's population! So what is the Darwin Beer can regatta day all about? Well in 1972, Swan Breweries asked Paul Rice-Chapman to come up with a "Water" festival to help promote the brand. What could be more Aussie than a beer can regatta to celebrate and promote a beer company? Nowadays, the event has a very family friendly focus and feel about it although the large crowds haven't forgotten the history behind it.

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  • Lets Celebrate World Bikini Day Today

    Lets Celebrate World Bikini Day Today

    Wednesday 5th July is recognised as World Bikini Day! The origins of the modern bikini as we know it can be attributed to French engineer, Louis Reard. It has been suggested that the bikini was named after Bikini Atoll, where post war nuclear testing was taking place. Originally labelled as quite risqué, the bikini has matured to become a symbol of female individuality and expression.

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  • NAIDOC Week 2017: 2-9 July

    NAIDOC Week 2017: 2-9 July

    The first week of July not only ushers in the start of the new financial year but is also the start of NAIDOC week. NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. The committee has a long-standing history and can be traced as far back as the 1920s. This week is a time to celebrate the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with this year’s theme focusing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.

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  • We Put the Spotlight on Vivid

    We Put the Spotlight on Vivid

    One of Sydney’s biggest and most magical events is well under way and we, just like you, are excited! Vivid Festival will transform Sydney Harbour into something entirely magical.

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