3 Things: This weekends must do’s – Cali Press

To our excitement we’re over halfway through the final month of winter and it’s already feeling like spring has sprung in Sydney! With more sun forecast for the weekend, we’ve compiled a list of ‘must do’s’ to make the most out of your downtime.

1. Try Out Cali Press’ New Menu

We’re delighted to announce that cafe-by-cafe, Cali is launching it’s new seasonal menu and having our customer’s test drive it is a total must. Highlights include: healthy made to order sandwiches, delicious new smoothies and delectable açai bowls with toppings such as fresh fruit, buckinis, peanut butter and bee pollen. True to Cali Press values, all menu selections are fresh and made only from top quality ingredients. Just ask one of our friendly staff or keep your eye on our Instagram to find out when the new menu will hit your local Cali cafe, with the official launch set for early September and will include heaps of awesome offers for our VIP’s.

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2. Catch The Last Of The Olympics 

Fastest man alive, Usain Bolt endeavours to become the first person in history to win gold over three races, in three successive Olympics and is a ‘must not miss’ event. After already taking gold in the 100m, the 200m final will air at 11.30am AEST Fri Aug 19th and we’re hoping to see Usain make Olympic history, “I came to these Olympics to win three gold medals. I came to prove myself one of the greats and that’s my goal”, says Bolt. Will he or won’t he? We shall see, but we all hope he does. What an athlete! The 4 x 100m relay will air Saturday August 20th at 11.35am AEST and is also a must to watch.


3.Visit Pocket City Farms @ Camperdown Commons

Do yourself and your planet a favour by going to check out Sydney’s first urban farm! Pocket City Farms, a not-for-profit initiative, is run by a motivated group of skilled individuals that are passionate about urban farming and sustainability. Located in Camperdown on what was once a bowling green has been transformed into an ecological food bowl. Pick a weekend to pop into one of their yoga classes, follow up with a clean meal at the onsite restaurant, ‘Acre‘ and even spend the rest of the day playing volunteer farmer. There are heaps of volunteering options available from weeding, seed raising, planting and watering, among others. Just BYO gloves, hat & water bottle and you’re good to go for a great day outdoors.


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