August is the month for Sports Fans…

Are you a Sports Fan? Then August is the month for you!

And you won’t have to travel far around Sydney for a front row seat at some amazing events. Check out what’s on this month:


F1 Style Formula Ford Drive Day

Monday 8th August – Monday 12th December

Have you ever dreamt of getting behind the wheel of a real F1-Style Formula Ford Race Car? Well starting from Monday 8th August, you will have the ability to do just that! Anglo Australian Motor Sport is the only Australia provider that offer you the chance to safely use the full power of a rear F1-Style Formula Race Car on one of Australia’s premier race tracks.

For more details see their website:


Bledisloe Cup, Olympic Park

Saturday 20th August 2016

The ultimate trans-Tasman battle culminates on 20 August, when the Qantas Wallabies face off against arch rivals the All Blacks to try to win back the Bledisloe Cup.

In the lead up to this Main Event, there week-long Sydney-based festival of rugby at the Royal Randwick Racecourse. Providing fun for all ages, as well as the opportunity for kids to meet their favourite Qantas Wallabies players.

For more information on the game and festivities beforehand, visit:

The Color Run Sydney

Sunday 21st August 2016

Starting off in Centennial Park with a Mass Group Zumba Dance to warm up, the Color Run is the happiest five kilometre run on the planet. An all ages event that encourages participants of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels to have fun with music, dancing and plenty of coloured chalk throwing. Leaving a mass of rainbow coloured people to paint the city of Sydney.

To buy your tickets o this event, go to the website:


College Football Sydney Cup

Saturday 27th August 2016, Sydney Olympic Park

This year, Sydney is playing host to the opening round of the 2016 NCAA College Football Championships. Head on down to ANZ Stadium on Saturday 27th August to see the University of California, Berkeley (Cal Bears) take on the University of Hawaii (Rainbow Warriors). These two well established teams will be bringing their fans, cheerleaders and mascots down-under to provide Australian fans the opportunity to be part of this American tradition.

Be sure to head down early before the game, to join in a traditional American Tail Gate Party, where fans gather before the game to eat, drink and socialise.

To pick up your tickets, visit:

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