With Summer long gone and Winter on its way, Sydney is still dishing up a range of good Sunday sessions to get you through the chillier months. The King Street Wharf precinct offers several venues with live music every Sunday afternoon.
Here's what's on offer every weekend at some of the bars and eateries at King Street Wharf.
Beer Deluxe: Sounds Like Beer
Live music and cold beer - that's the winning combination Beer Deluxe will deliver every Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Pop in for some perfect beer vibes every Friday from 6pm, Saturday and Sunday from 3pm.
Cargo Bar: Suite Sundays
Longstanding King Street Wharf favourite Cargo Bar is on a mission to make Sundays good again. DJs begin the afternoon from 1pm, come early to make the most of a killer happy hour.
From 8pm, 6 piece soul and R&B band Suite Az take the stage to keep the Sunday night party pumping.
Plus from 8pm – 10pm, you'll get basic spirits for a fiver.
All Hands Brewing House: Acoustic Sundays
Enjoy Live Acoustic Music at All Hands Brewing House every Sunday from 3pm to 6pm with vocals by Timothy McCartney or Maz Mak.
Tim McArtney is a multi-instrumentalist who loves “the use of technology”. He creates his own versions of classic pop songs with a looper pedal making beats, various guitar riffs and vocal stacks. Think acoustic pop, blues, soul and rock.
A share platter for two plus a drink each (half pint of A.H.B.H Brews, cider, house wine, bubbles or soft drink) will set you back $80.
Bungalow 8: Sunday Sessions
Bungalow 8 doesn't stop on Sundays - book a table in the sun and enjoy a Sunday session by the harbour. Bring a group of friends and enjoy $20 Bloody Mary Jugs all day.
Up the ante and challenge your mates to a game of giant chess in the garden terrace.
For more details check out http://kingstreetwharf.com.au. Cheers to that!