For an unusual dinner in Sydney? The Imperial Hotel is the place the head. Their regular Drag 'N' Dine event will see you sipping on cocktails and chowing down tasty plates while being entertained by some of the city's sassiest drag queens.
Unusual Things To Do In Sydney
When it comes to finding things to do in this glorious city, it doesn't have to be the same old brunching and beachside chilling. If you're after something a little bit different, we've got the goods... and this lot are quirky AF. From sausage making workshops to bridge climbing adventures and crazy fitness classes, here are our top 10 picks for unusual things to do in Sydney.
If you're looking for something truly bizarre, then why not spend your Saturday turning your hand to the world of butchery? One of the quirkiest things to do in Sydney, this sausage making class will see you learning how to make restaurant-quality bangers, before sitting down for a big, boozy (and carnivorous) lunch.
Perfect for those looking to let off some steam, MANIAX's axe throwing workshops will have you spinning steal like a pro in no time at all. Whether you're stopping by for the 45-minute Quick Chuck or the full-on Urban Viking experience, this St Peters spot promises plenty of fun.
Sky Sirens Burlesque Classes are giving you the chance to learn a new skill while discovering your inner temptress. The academy teaches workshops on everything from feather dancing to booty-shaking barre, with sessions that are accessible for all fitness levels.
One of the most unusual things to do in Darlinghurst, Holey Moley golf course will see you teeing off while surrounded by Vincent Van Gogh-style artwork and sets themed on The Ring. The bonkers big kid playground is the perfect place for a quirky date night, with onsite bar The Caddyshack serving a selection of signature cocktails.
Perfect for those with a love of fitness who are looking for fun things to do in the city, Retrosweat is the 80s-style class that will see you toning up to the likes of Bowie, Prince and Whitney Houston. Spandex and leg warmers are, of course, encouraged.