Dinner on Us
Sydney - Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House
1 February - 16 March 2024
See a performance at Sydney Opera House and Opera Australia will shout you dinner!
The prices are shown when you're selecting seats. Opera Australia will make a dinner reservation for you and your guests at Eastbank, Circular Quay or Searock Grill, Circular Quay two hours before your performance begins. Order from the 'Dinner on us' menu from 5pm and enjoy your meal with a complimentary glass of wine or beer, before strolling to the Sydney Opera House.
*Tickets are subject to availability and must be confirmed with the ticket retailer. Specific price categories may sell out and ticket prices are subject to change at any time. Additional online booking fees may be levied at purchase. Not valid on previously purchased tickets.
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