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      Tluxe Blog — sculpture by the sea

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      Culturally saturated

       

       

      Festival season is upon us. Saturday we popped down to the Surry Hills Festival for a quick Pimms and a dance in the sunshine. Next weekend we hear it's Newtown's turn to pump up the volume, and for the foodies among you this week is your last chance to taste the goodness of the Crave International Food Festival. Oh, and there's the Architecture Festival too, with its tours and free consultations from an architect on your own home. Even our Sunday morning stroll along the clifftops from Bondi to Bronte has gone all cultural with the arrival of Sculpture by the Sea. Our favourite pieces from this year's artists are pictured above. The Tluxe insider's tip? Get there early to avoid the crowds, breathe some of that fresh salt air, and finish up with breakfast in Bronte. Just another reason to love Sydney in the sunshine. Happy Monday!

       

      The soundtrack to your week...

       

      Balmy spring evenings, strolling home with the doors to people's homes open, the scent of barbeques in the air, and the sound of music escaping onto the tree-lined streets. Ahh, it's been a magic long weekend here in Sydney hasn't it? As we prepare for the week ahead we're watching the sun set, that incredible full moon rise, and listening to the sounds of The Cinematic Orchestra. Have a lovely evening friends, and a fantastic week ahead. Much love, Tluxe. 

      Let's go outside...

      Get out and about if you’re in Sydney this weekend and grab some fresh air, sunshine and a little artistic inspiration. If you fancy the beach, stroll along the cliff-tops from Bondi to Tamarama to experience Sculpture by the Sea (pictured directly above). Our advice? Get there early to avoid the crowds, take in the art, and finish up with a dip in the ocean, and breakfast in Bronte. Could there be a better way to start the day?

      If you’re more of a late riser, your other outdoor art option is the Outpost street art event that’s taken over Cockatoo Island. Not only is there some great works from both local and international artists, including some never-seen-before works by the famous Banksy, you get to enjoy the harbour views and even a cheeky cocktail or two as the sun sets, care of the island’s Ping Pong bar, which is open until 9pm Friday and 10pm Saturday. Don't you just love the sunshine of summer?