Sydney's Secret Tunnels Are Going To Be Open For Exploring
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If you've run out of date night ideas - or you can't quite stomach the idea of a haunted wine tour - then boy have we got the adventure for you.
As part of Open Sydney, the city's secret, hidden tunnels will be open for two whole days for you to explore and pretend you're Indiana Jones/ a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle/ a train (delete as appropriate).
Among this year's highlights are the St James tunnels and the enormous Tank Stream stormwater drain plus a whole lot more.
And it's totally up to you whether you go as a part of an organised group or you meander through on your own; the first day of the event, November 4, is chock full of guided tours, while November 5 is a do-as-you-please day, leaving you to create your own adventure.
If you can't quite stomach the idea of going underground, there's still plenty on offer that weekend, with more than 50 historic buildings throwing open their doors to the public.
It's an incredible opportunity to get a better look at some of the jaw-dropping architecture around our amazing city and you're not going to go home disappointed.
Tickets haven't been released just yet but when they do, they'll be available here.