TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29

EXHIBITION Walk through the kaleidoscopic Koala Train (until January 31), artist Rosie Deacon’s five-metre tall marsupial art installation, made from more than 2000 pom-poms and featuring dance videos for all ages. 10am-5pm, Powerhouse Museum, free, maas.museum/powerhouse-museum

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30

MUSIC Start farewelling 2020 with rug-cutting groovers The Flashy Dashbacks, inspired by the 60s soul-jazz boogaloo movement, Hammond B3 organ included. 8pm, Butchers Brew Bar, 499 Marrickville Road, Dulwich Hill, $55 (includes $25 bar tab), butchersbrewbar.com.au

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31

FIREWORKS Ogle the midnight fireworks over Sydney Harbour while supporting animal conservation work at Taronga Zoo Sydney’s three New Year’s Eve vantage points. From 6pm, Taronga Zoo Sydney, 2A Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, $200-$900, taronga.org.au

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1

EXHIBITION Marvel at wearable artworks made from washed-up rubbish collected from the beach by artist and environmentalist Marina DeBris, 9.30am-5pm, Australian National Maritime Museum, 2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, $27/$22/$17, sea.museum

SATURDAY, JANUARY 2

THEATRE Card tricks and cunning illusion abound in James Galea’s Best Trick Ever (until February 14), five Australian magicians including Galea’s award-winning chicanery, Australia’s only ‘unusualist’ Raymond Crowe and escapologist Helen Coghlan. 7pm, Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, $39-$79, sydneyoperahouse.com



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