Masterclass Series: Christmas Edition 

Upcoming classes:

To get into the festive season, The Streets of Barangaroo have curated a special Christmas Edition of the Masterclass Series - read on to find out more.
Christmas Wreath Making with Flowers for Everyone

Come along and work with Flowers for Everyone senior floral designers on creating your very own Christmas wreath. Learn some skills from the experts in time for the party season.

You will enjoy a glass or two of Prosecco as you use your creative skills to develop your own bespoke design to take home just in time for the festive season.

Date: 12 December 2018
Time: 5:00pm
Price: $40 per person

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Whiskey Making with Shirt Bar

Ever wanted to make your own whisky? Well this Masterclass is a must for you...

With your own blending kit you'll be able to create a whisky just the way you like it! With the choice of 5 single malts of distinct flavour profiles (floral, fruity, creamy, citrus, & smoky), and under the guidance of a masterblender you'll be tutored in the craftsmanship of blending your own whisky.

Date: 17 December 2018
Time: 6:30pm start
Price: $65 per person (included in ticket is a cocktail on arrival, tasting of grain whisky & the 5 distinct single malts, and creating your own personalised whisky.)

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Christmas Cocktails with Untied

Let Untieds cocktail experts show you how to shake, stir and whip up drool worthy drinks for your Christmas lunch. You will get to make, drink and take home recipes for three festive drinks that will make any meal with the family instantly more fun.

We will give you the inside track on how to make them without specialised equipment using everyday items so you can show off your new skills anywhere, anytime.

Package also includes some complimentary nibbles.

Date: 18 December 2018
Time: 5:30-7:00pm
Price: $49 per person (include 1 single shot cocktail, 2 double shot cocktails and shared plates of nibbles.)

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Previous Classes:

Sushi Masterclass with Zushi

We came. We rolled. We ate.


Our sustainable seafood specialists sure dropped some 'pearls' of wisdom at this one.

Tailoring masterclass with BELANCÉ

This one really suit-ed us...

Healthy Hair Masterclass with Franck Provost

And now we have the healthiest hair...

Pasta Masterclass with
Bel & Brio

Sorry, you can't get tickets for this masterclass anymore - it's in the past(a)!


And boy, was it sweet.

Tea Masterclass with The Rabbit Hole

There was something brewing that day - and it wasn't a storm in a teacup.

Donut Masterclass with

Holy donuts, this was good!


We're not going to lie - this one was pretty neat.


It was choc-full of deliciousness.

Burger Masterclass with
Ume Burger

It was a flipping good time.

Tea Latte Masterclass with The Rabbit Hole

We liked it a latte.

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