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  • Bondi Cinema Club thumbnail Bondi Cinema Club Date: 1st Mar 2019 Time: -

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    Join the new Bondi Cinema Club and see the best of art house and independent cinema at these once-a-month screenings in the Bondi Pavilion Theatre.

  • Heat - Paul Blackmore thumbnail Heat - Paul Blackmore Date: 30th Apr 2019 Time: 10:00 am- 05:00 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Gallery

    During consecutive heat waves over the past four summers, Blackmore documented life on Sydney’s beaches revealing a culture laid bare under an ever-hotter sun.The artist captures the intensity of the crowds, the kinetic energy that emanates from humanity escaping the built environment; bathers absorbing the sun and seeking relief from the heat in the cool water - the sensual, redemptive act of immersing oneself in the enormity of the ocean.

  • Pottery Classes thumbnail Pottery Classes Date: 29th Apr 2019 Time: 07:00 pm- 06:59 pm

    Explore your creativity and develop your craftsmanship under the careful guidance of our experienced practicing tutors.

  • Bondi Cinema Club- JIRGA with Film maker Q&A thumbnail Bondi Cinema Club- JIRGA with Film maker Q&A Date: 1st May 2019 Time: 07:00 pm-

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    The film tells the story of a former Australian soldier (Sam Smith.) returning to Afghanistan to seek forgiveness from the family of a man he killed while serving in the war. Shot in Afghanistan, the film creates a feeling of watching a documentary and watching a drama, giving it a sense of blurring the lines between truth and fiction.

  • Design and Heritage Awards thumbnail Design and Heritage Awards Date: 2nd May 2019 Time: -

    Waverley Library Galleries

    This exhibition showcases the winning and shortlisted entries in the 2019 Design and Heritage Awards which demonstrate excellence in heritage and design and acknowledges those designers, builders and owners who have contributed to Waverley’s heritage and built environment.

  •  MAKERS Craft + Design Program:  Film screening: Riverblue  thumbnail MAKERS Craft + Design Program: Film screening: Riverblue Date: 2nd May 2019 Time: 06:45 pm- 08:45 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    The choice of materials and the life cycle of products are major considerations for Designers, Crafters and Makers. Riverblue examines the effect fast fashion production is having on rivers and clothing workers and the price we all are ultimately paying.

  • Seven Ways Streetscape Upgrade - Have your say day thumbnail Seven Ways Streetscape Upgrade - Have your say day Date: 3rd May 2019 Time: 06:30 am- 09:30 am

    96 Glenayr Av, corner of Blair St and Warners Av, Bondi

    Come and talk to project officers about the streetscape upgrade at Seven Ways.

  • Undermined - Tales From the Kimberley thumbnail Undermined - Tales From the Kimberley Date: 3rd May 2019 Time: 07:00 pm- 09:00 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    Australia’s vast and unspoiled Kimberley region is under threat, with mining, pastoralism and irrigated agriculture driving an unprecedented land grab. Undermined investigates the politics of an area now branded “the future economic powerhouse of Australia,” and what this means for our First People and their unique cultural landscapes.  Film screening and film maker Q&A

  • Clarke Reserve Upgrade Have Your Say Day thumbnail Clarke Reserve Upgrade Have Your Say Day Date: 4th May 2019 Time: 09:00 am- 12:00 pm

    Clarke Reserve

    To have your say on further upgrades, you are invited to meet Council Officers at Clarke Reserve to discuss the plan on Saturday 4 May 2019, 9am – 12pm.

  • Waverley Cemetery Tour thumbnail Waverley Cemetery Tour Date: 4th May 2019 Time: 09:00 am- 10:30 am

    Attendees are to meet at the Cemetery Office  Entry Porch, via Trafalgar Street, Bronte

    Do you enjoy the coastal walk from Bondi to Bronte and marvel at the monuments in Waverley Cemetery and wonder who is buried there? Why not book a walking tour, led by Friends of Waverley Cemetery Volunteers?
    The cemetery is the resting place of many famous an infamous people including test cricketers, politicians, murder victims, authors, poets and criminals!

  • Barracluff Park and Playground Upgrade Have Your Say Day  thumbnail Barracluff Park and Playground Upgrade Have Your Say Day Date: 5th May 2019 Time: 09:00 am- 12:00 pm

    Barracluff Park

    Come to Barracluff Park on Sunday 5 May, 9am - 12pm to find out more about they upgrade, speak to Council Officers and have your say on the upgrade.

    Can't make it?
    Visit haveyoursaywaverley.com.au and complete the survey. Submissions close Sunday 16 June 2019.

  • the Global Table thumbnail the Global Table Date: 5th May 2019 Time: 11:00 am- 04:00 pm

    Oxford Street Mall, Bondi Junction

    Global Table is back for its 14th year, celebrating Waverley’s vibrant cultural diversity through food, music and dance. Join the feast at our 35m long communal dining table in Oxford Street Mall and take a bite of the food, culture and entertainment from all over the world.

  • Sydney Comedy Festival - May thumbnail Sydney Comedy Festival - May Date: 6th May 2019 Time: 07:30 pm- 10:00 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    Expertly curated and lovingly presented, the Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase will feature some of the Festival’s hottest acts live on stage for an incredible two hours of hard hitting laughter. Boasting a line-up of the best local and international comics alongside some of the freshest emerging talents in the comedy scene, this jam packed night of pure entertainment will leave you sore from belly laughs!

  • Have your say day: South Bronte Amenities and Community Centre  thumbnail Have your say day: South Bronte Amenities and Community Centre Date: 9th May 2019 Time: 06:30 am- 09:30 am

    Have your say on concept designs for South Bronte Amenities and Community Centre

  • Boy out of the Country thumbnail Boy out of the Country Date: 9th May 2019 Time: 07:30 pm- 07:30 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    Presented by Company of Rogues, Boy Out of the Country is a funny, fast-paced and smartly observant play about family, property and the progress of life. Written in the poetic tradition of Banjo Patterson by award-winning playwright Felix Nobis, Boy Out of the Country tells the story of Hunter, a country boy who returns home after a seven year absence to find the family home swept up in a new development.  Sibling rivalry and childhood nostalgia collide with unexpected consequences.

  • Marlborough Reserve Have Your Say Day  thumbnail Marlborough Reserve Have Your Say Day Date: 11th May 2019 Time: 09:00 am- 12:00 pm

    Marlborough Reserve

    Council is planning to upgrade Marlborough Reserve Playground to improve play experience of the existing play space as identified in Waverley Council’s Play Space Strategy (PSS).
    Come to Marlborough Reserve Playground on Saturday 11 May to find out more, speak to Council officers and have your say on the playground upgrade.

  • Join Mark Dapin to discuss his new work Australia’s Vietnam: Myth vs history thumbnail Join Mark Dapin to discuss his new work Australia’s Vietnam: Myth vs history Date: 16th May 2019 Time: 06:30 pm- 06:30 pm

    Waverley Library Theatrette

    When journalist and historian Mark Dapin first interviewed Vietnam veterans and wrote about the war, he swallowed (and regurgitated) every misconception. He wasn’t alone. In Australia's Vietnam, Dapin argues that every stage of Australia’s Vietnam War has been obscured by myth. This work is a major contribution to the understanding of Australia’s experience of the war and will change the way we think about memory and military history. Click here to book and for further details.

  • Bondi Dog Day  thumbnail Bondi Dog Day Date: 18th May 2019 Time: 12:00 pm- 04:00 pm

    Pound Paws is hosting their first Dog Day event at the iconic Bondi Beach in partnership with Waverley Council and The Bucket List ~ Bondi Beach in Bondi Pavilion

  • A View of the Pavilion of Clear Memory When Scene from Waverley thumbnail A View of the Pavilion of Clear Memory When Scene from Waverley Date: 21st May 2019 Time: 10:00 am- 05:00 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Gallery

    This collaborative project looks at the history of commemorative architecture in a context provided by the terms nature and history. Commemorative structure interest the artist Gary Carsley and architect Renjie Teoh because they suggest memory as a site of resistance, not only to forgetfulness but also the amnesia of late capital. A View of the Pavilion of Clear Memory When Scene from Waverley is a variation on a mise-en-abyne, where the artists elaborate an ephemeral Pavilion within the Bondi Pavilion. This stage like, immersive gardenscape photocopy print provides a place for activities and is like a park, accessible to everyone.

  • Have your say day - Seven Ways Streetscape Upgrade thumbnail Have your say day - Seven Ways Streetscape Upgrade Date: 25th May 2019 Time: 06:30 am- 09:30 am

    96 Glenayr Av, corner of Blair St and Warners Av, Bondi

    Come and talk to project officers about the streetscape upgrade at Seven Ways.

  • FREE Electronic Waste Drop-off Day  thumbnail FREE Electronic Waste Drop-off Day Date: 26th May 2019 Time: 09:00 am- 03:00 pm

  • Ride the HSC Program 2019 thumbnail Ride the HSC Program 2019 Date: 28th May 2019 Time: 06:00 pm- 07:30 pm

    Waverley Library, Bondi Junction

    Check out the 2019 Ride the HSC Wave Program

  • All in the Timing - Presented by Reddam House thumbnail All in the Timing - Presented by Reddam House Date: 29th May 2019 Time: 07:00 pm- 07:00 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    Reddam House Senior Drama Company presents All in the Timing, seven hilarious short comedies by American playwright David Ives. Witty, romantic and absurd, these plays are performed by talented Year 10 and 11 Drama students.

  • Film Screening - We Don't Need A Map thumbnail Film Screening - We Don't Need A Map Date: 31st May 2019 Time: 06:00 pm- 09:00 pm

    Bondi Pavilion Theatre

    To celebrate Reconciliation week, we are proud to host a screening of Warwick Thornton’s powerful documentary, We Don’t Need a Map, an epic telling of Australia’s history, told through am examination of our diverse relationships to one famous constellation – the Southern Cross.