Australia Day Party (26 January)
Australia Day is what this celebration is all about and it is an international event where children of all nationalities are welcome to come along and join in all things Australian. Games, activities and lunch are included and most importantly plenty of fun and a chance for children to interact and meet new friends on this auspicious occasion.
When : 1 pm to 5 pm
Cost : IDR 200, 000 (up to 30% off for Finns Bali members)
Where : Finns Beach Club, Jl Pantai Berawa, Canggu
Australia Day Celebration (26 January)
Happy Australia Day! For non-Australians who may be unaware, this is a national holiday held to commemorate the founding of the colony of New South Wales in Australia on 26 January 1788. Now it has become a day to reflect what it means to be Australian and to celebrate contemporary Australia and acknowledge their history. It is about all things Australian, a sense of fair go, lifestyle, democracy, freedom, land and the people. Australia is worthy of celebration and if you haven’t visited Australia it is a must, diverse, stunning, contrasting and vast. There are several Australia day celebrations and the Bali Beach Shack comes highly recommended. Aussie owned, it is a family restaurant and bar with quality food, reasonable prices and great entertainment which means a great place to be for Australia day celebrations. It would be nice to have a national holiday in Bali to celebrate with our neighbours down under! The drag shows are also worth checking out at weekends too.
When : 3 pm – 10.30 pm
Where : Bali Beach Shack, Jl Sahadewa No 7, Legian
Contact : 081 936 222010 www.balibeachshack.com
Hunee (20 January)
If you are a fan of the genres house, techno and everything in between then this is going to be an awesome gig. Hun Choi, better known as Hunee, a Korean born Berliner is top of his game as a top international DJ and producer. Potato Head is a top venue for this type of event and always attracts a large crowd with its stylish ambience, top quality service together with mouthwatering foods and great cocktails. All combined a great late night out is guaranteed.
When : 9 pm – 2 am
Where : Potato Head, Jl Petitenget No 51x, Seminyak
Contact : 4737979 www.ptt.com
Another Night at the Opera (25 January)
For opera fans in Bali this is definitely an event of interest. Meliana Tesa will share her passion for music and opera live on stage and invites you to come along and share her passion. Originally from Bandung, Meliana Tesa started singing at college and throughout her university years. From small venues in Shanghai and Singapore to Stockholm, Meliana has an impressive resume of live performances. Enjoy the sounds of popular Italian opera classics and dine with some exceptional regional Italian food at Zibiru. This restaurant has captured the very essence of Italian dining and takes you right into the heart of Italy with its ambience and fresh foods. Zibiru plays host to live music 4 evenings a week with plenty on offer for fans of jazz and open jazz sessions. Meliana Tesa is really a performer not to be missed. Reservations are always advisable at this gourmet but quaint restaurant that opened in 2012.
When : 8 – 9.30 pm
Where : Zibiru, Jl Drupadi No 7, Seminyak
Contact : 733265 0822 36631302 www.zibiru.com
Ayurveda: Digestion, Cleansing and Healing Workshop (25 January)
I am sure many readers will welcome some insight into cleansing and healing and want to know more about or what Ayurveda is. The purpose of the workshop is to share the benefits of Ayurveda ‘the Science of Life’, a holistic system of health originating in India. You will learn what to eat according to your own dosha which is the three energies that define a person’s makeup. Knowing your dosha can help you live a healthier and more balanced life. You will also learn about the digestive fire, how to prevent and remove toxic buildup in the body and Ayurvedic remedies to maintain a healthy mind, body and spirit. The workshop also includes information about different cleansing/detox techniques recommended by Ayurveda, which types might be best for you and when to do them. The workshop concludes with Ayurveda home remedies and how to heal common illnesses naturally with the correct herbs, oils and spices. Lauren Prindiville who was born and raised in the United States will lead the workshop. Lauren Prindiville has travelled extensively across continents and is a 500-hour registered Yoga Alliance instructor and Ayurverdic Practitioner. She studied and practiced Ayurvedic medicine therapies and massage under Doctor Sreejith Kumar in Kerala, a stunning part of India. Her ultimate goal is to help you better understand your natural body constitution and any current imbalances to enable you to live in harmony with your body, mind and spirit. Lauren Prindiville is indeed an inspiration and worth meeting. The workshop is intensive and packed full of valuable information and very reasonably priced. You can find out more and purchase tickets at the website below.
When : 12.30 pm – 4 pm
Cost : IDR300,000
Where : Radiantly Alive, Jl Jembawan, Ubud
Contact : www.radiantlyalive.com
Straya Day Pool Party (26 January)
This sounds kind of cheesy which is fine because this event is all about fun from day to night. Under the palms at Mrs Sippy is really where you need to be. Mrs Sippy is throwing an all-day bash for Australia’s day with fancy tech-house legends The Tailors joined by Mister Bennetts, DisCrow and Kaiser Waldon. You can book day beds in advance otherwise everyone is welcome to join in the fun and celebrations that make for a fabulous Australia Day, home away from home. Just the name of this place makes me want to check it out!
When : 12 pm – 9 pm
Where : Mrs Sippy, Jl Taman Ganesha, Gang Gagak 8, Kerobokan
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