Walsh Bay is set to host to a number of initiatives as part of the second year for Corroboree Sydney. Under the creative directorship of Hetti Perkins - the former curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the 2014 event features stand-up comedy performances, panel talks with the cast of ABC TV series Redfern Now, bush-tucker picnics, art installations, exhibitions and Indigenous language talks.

If enjoying a five course degustation menu while sipping on matched Pinnaroo Estate wines, listening to top musical talent and admiring artworks by leading regional artists sounds like a good idea don't delay snapping up the last of the Walsh Bay Arts Table tickets.

The Walsh Bay Arts Table takes place on Tuesday November 11 and this year is a joint initiative of Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce and Regional Arts NSW.
Set against the waterfront backdrop of Pier 2 the event's stunning menu has been generously designed and donated by Walsh Bay's finest restaurants including Dedes on the Wharf, Lotus Dumpling Bar, Seawall Restaurant and Bar, Simmer on the Bay and Sydney Dance Lounge.

October is Good Food Month in NSW and there is plenty on in Sydney to satisfy even the most hard to please foodies.

A number of events and venues in and around Walsh Bay feature in this years official program including the 10th annual beer festival at The Australian Heritage Hotel (October 17-19), ‘Let’s do lunch’ offers ($38) at Hickson Road’s The Dining Room as well as a special ‘Neo-Tokyo’ menu and pop up bar celebrating Halloween at Sake on October 31.  And for anyone looking to sample to best regional wines in the sate don’t forget the NSW Wine Awards ‘Outstanding on the Pier’ on in Walsh Bay on October 30.

Most people are familiar with the Vivid brand as the state’s best-known winter festival of light and music but that’s not the full picture. The people behind the highly successful festival that earlier this year engaged 1.43 million punters are also responsible for one of the biggest creative industry think tanks - Vivid Ideas.

Vivid Ideas is described as: “a summit, forum and playground for the creative industries, where art, technology and commerce intersect”.

The City of Sydney’s new ‘Design Excellence’ initiative brings professionals, leading international and local experts together to discuss and showcase design, built form and urban planning in Sydney.

Topics aim to inspire bold thinking and vision, covering local and international legacy projects, and the challenges facing local design excellence.

From October 15- 25 you can catch The Australian Theatre for Young People’s latest production - Luke Llyod: Alienoid.

The play’s central character, Luke, is smart funny and imaginative but has no friends at school. From the outset Luke realises he’s not only unique but of an entirely different species to the other kids in his class!

If you’re after a high-octane musical and dance experience look no further than Louder Than Words at The Sydney Dance Company (until October 18).

The 11-show season showcases world premiere works from Greek choreographer Andonis Foniadakis - in his debut presentation to Australian audiences, along with Sydney Dance Company’s Artistic Director, Rafael Bonachela.

Whatever your taste the NSW Wine Awards’ ‘Outstanding on the Pier’, is likely to have it covered.  Back to Walsh Bay’s Pier 2/3 on Thursday 30 October for the second consecutive year the event is a celebration of the best wines the state has on offer. Along with tastings and critiquing of around 100 plus different wines attendees have the chance to vote and potentially win a prize as part of the People's Choice Award.