275 Pitt Street, Sydney
The ArtHouse Hotel is a
name synonymous with art, music and entertainment. The
building itself, dating back to 1836 was formerly The
School of Arts Building and has been elegantly
refurbished to reflect the splendour of the past.
Boasting four bars and a restaurant, all available for
functions, The ArtHouse Hotel is a heritage-listed haven
nestled in the thriving Sydney CBD. Featuring original
architecture dating back to 1836 and formerly the home
of the School of Arts, this distinctive building is one
of the city's most thoughtfully designed venues,
catering for everything from cozy, intimate
get-togethers to full-blown corporate events, gala
dinners, and publicity extravaganzas. Arthouse is also
home to an array of Arts & Entertainment events ranging
from Life Drawing and Artist Exhibitions to Cabaret
Variety Nights and Photography Workshops.
Let the Nightcruisers take your invited
guests there and back in a party atmosphere
77 William Street, Sydney
Only a hop and skip from Kings Cross this
grungy club is a permanent part of Sydney's club scene.
Recognised internationally in DJ Magazine, this club has
it all; a diverse mix of music, reasonably priced
drinks, foodie bits, sofas and gaming machines.
Generally scene-free clubbers come here to appreciate
good tunes and an excellent example of Sydney's
brilliant club scene. But be warned this small basement
club packs them in.
Level1, 33 Oxford Street, Sydney
DCM Nightclub is one of the hottest and
most vibrant clubs that one can find in this marvelous
city. This nightclub is known for its lively and
glamorous atmosphere and ambience. The interiors of the
club are decorated with colorful lights that add to the
glamorous look of the club. In fact, the ambience of the
club is its major highlight. The soothing lighting
scheme and comfortable atmosphere allows one to relax
and unwind. The unique combination of light and darkness
creates an alluring effect that is truly magical. The
club features comfortable seating arrangements, which
includes couches, sofas and modern sleek looking chairs.
One can simply relax or lounge on the cozy sofas or sit
on the chairs and enjoy the friendly ambience.
295 Church Street, Sydney
Gas Nightclub and Bohem
467 - 477 Pitt Street, Sydney
Cockle Bay Warf, Wheat
The Venue is one of Sydney's most unique venues located
on the water at Cockle Bay Wharf, with breathtaking
views overlooking Darling Harbour
Spread over three levels Home has a wide and diverse
program of entertainment.
REGULAR NIGHTS INCLUDE:
Unipackers, R&B – House and Electro in the terrace.
Drink specials free entry guest lists doors open 10pm
Fridays Like a
festival but with more comfort and better sound quality.
Sublime featuring Subbies Mash, Voodoo Classix and
Subcore... It's 11pm and Sublime opens while the OH MY!
kids are warming up in Wolf Bar. As the clock strikes
midnight OH MY! Rebel Rebel reveals bands set up and
ready for performance (Where else can you listen to
bands 'till 3.15 in the morning. We take it down a notch
with OH MY! Lounge where it's super electric.
Main floor auditorium – special events Live
international and local DJs and bands.
– 6 rooms, a smorgasbord of tunes and a wonderland of
fun. Doors open 9pm – check website for feature acts
presented by HOMEMADE.
NO DIGGITY - SYDNEY
249 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
Sat:9:00 pm-4:00 am
Love the 90's? Then you'll love No
Diggity, Every Saturday Night DJ Victor Lopez, DJ Spin
Daddy, DJ J-Smoove and Special Guests Spinnin' the best
in 90's Rap / Hip Hop / Urban / R&B plus Reggae all
night. $3 drinks and cheap entry so the choice is too
easy. No diggity, no doubt...
OXFORD HOTEL, THE
134 Oxford Street, Darlinghurt
Catering for their Community is the motto
of The Oxford Hotel. Their the club house of The Harbor
City Bears, Sydney Leather Pride, “THE OFFICIAL Sydney
Mardi Gras Bar” and support many other gay and lesbian
groups. The social public bar has a large heated deck
that overlooks Taylor Square and the courts, video juke
box, Pinballs, video games, 2x DJ set ups. Open from
10am till early in the morning 7 days a week and serving
affordable café menu till 9pm. (capacity 200)
122 Flinders Street, Sydney
34 oxford Street, Sydney
Pink Pussycat Club
38a Darlinghurst Road,
Star City Casino, Pirrama
music hub stocked to the ceiling with the world’s most
sought-after tequilas. Big international acts and local
bands lined up to play.
and see your favourite bands up close and personal at
Rock Lily. You never know who you might find alongside
you after dark.
Lily’s signature drink? A traditional 1930s style
margarita with Grand Marnier, shaken, frozen or stirred,
with your choice of tequila, of course.
Slip Inn & Chinese Laundry
111 Sussex Street, Sydney
Soho Bar & Lounge
171 Victoria Street,
Supper Club The
Level 2, 134 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
An intimate space with a capacity of 200
guests, The Supper Club promises to showcase the very
best in local and international talent. A line up that
includes smooth jazz, dazzling cabaret and the
occasional sporadically inspired unplugged set form some
of the countries best known and much admired artist
127 Liverpool Street,
POLO LOUNGE THE
134 Oxford Street. Darlinghurst
Our award winning lounge has featured in
many films and photo shoots. The Polo Lounge has a
separate entrance and definitely has the “wow factor.”
Polished oak parquet floors, double working fireplace,
chesterfield couches and carved marble windows; this
room resonate sophistication and is fully equipped for
corporate launches, engagement parties and functions
with private balcony with exciting views, mounted
projector for slideshows or films and DJ box
3 Bridge Lane, Sydney
Street, Surry Hills 9699 3355
Pub open 24 hours - Sunday close at midnight
12 noon till Late – Every
day, 11.30am open on Thursday and Friday
Fri DJ's 8pm - 12, Sat DJs 7pm - 12 Upstairs