List of Best Nightclubs in Sydney

One of the greatest things to do on a night out in Sydney is to go clubbing. But with so many clubs around it can be hard to know which one to go to.

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Here are some of the best nightclubs that offer excellent nightlife entertainment.                       

Goodgod Small Club

Goodgod Small Club, located in Kings Cross, is a nice alternative if you don’t feel like getting into huge club complexes. The music doesn’t cater to just one genre but covers all age groups and other aspects such as the dress code are very relaxed: jeans and sneakers are fine here.

The capacity of this club is around 400 people but that might sound like a lot for some of you; it’s not though. So basically if you want an intimate experience with good quality electronic dance music (house/techno/trance) make sure you visit Goodgod!

Ivy Nightclub

Ivy Nightclub is perfect if you like to dance your ass off. This club is usually packed out there’s no way of moving around anymore once full capacity has been reached (600 people) – and the energy level stays high throughout.

The atmosphere here is great but it can be intimidating for some; don’t worry though because the crowd tends to take care of each other and everybody will have a good time regardless, trust me!

The Ivy Club at The Star Casino is a popular choice for those who want an upmarket venue, as it’s on the casino premises. It has three rooms with different music styles including RnB, dance and house music.

With its high ceilings, polished floorboards and crystal chandeliers this club looks classy but still gets incredibly crowded-you’ll have lots of people bumping into you on the way to the bar! And watch out for getting stuck between the people looking for a place to sit down! A reasonably-priced club, drinks cost around $10 each.

Marquee Nightclub

Marquee Nightclub at Star Casino (formerly Jupiters) needs no introduction. On any given night you’ll find this complex filled with dressed up people having fun thanks to its three different parts: Marquee, Level 1 & Crush. The first one only opens on Fridays and Saturdays, which is a huge shame because the DJs playing here are the best.

The latter two venues are open every night of the week though so make sure you head down to them whenever you can!

Arq Sydney

The newest addition to this list is Arq, located in Darling Harbour/Ultimo. It’s very modern and uses its space wisely which makes it feel much larger than it is (you’ll hardly ever find any queues at this place). You’ll be able to enjoy quality house music all night long thanks to well-known DJs/artists such as Sasha, Steve Lawler, Riva Starr or Josh Wink – just to name a few.

And if you still want more then here’s some great news: Arq also has its record label which you can find here.


Goldfish, located in Pyrmont and right next to the Star Casino, is my favourite nightclub of all time. The outdoor smoking area contributes to this because it’s huge and often packed with people having a good time. Apart from that it also offers great music every night of the week and since its closing hours are at 5 am I’m sure that there’ll be plenty of time for more fun once inside.

Just make sure your wallet is well-filled before entering Goldfish though; drinks tend to be very expensive.


Avantika is a restaurant by day and a lounge bar at night, but after 1 AM they turn into a nightclub that plays house music until 5 am Sunday. No one under 21 is allowed in the venue making it perfect for post-uni students looking for an age-appropriate Friday night out. The dance floor gets pretty crowded with lots of cheesy chat up lines flying around!

Men’s Gallery

Men’s Gallery is another nightclub on King Street where you can find cheap drinks and plenty of good-looking guys (or so I’ve been told). House music fills the air all night long while shirtless men pole dance. And if you get thirsty there are plenty of cocktail bars around to get your drink on.

Midnight Shift

Midnight Shift is a club that takes things to the next level with its warehouse-like interiors, pumping sound system and strobe lighting. Just make sure you come in dressed appropriately so you won’t be turned away at the door! Unless you’re invited in free by another club member, entry will set you back $15 for guys or $10 for girls.

So those were the best nightclubs in Sydney; hope you liked them. Have fun!

Exemptions From Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax is a form of death duty that has been in place for centuries. Although rates have changed throughout history, the goal has remained the same: to protect society from financial ruin through a levy on deceased persons’ assets.

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But under what conditions should a person be required to pay inheritance taxes? And which people are exempt from this tax? This article takes a look at two separate but related issues: exemptions from inheritance tax and who must pay it.

Before delving into these issues, however, it’s worth exploring why any country might need an inheritance tax in the first place.

Big Business Matters over Dying Persons

Even before life insurance evolved into its modern form, wealthy people had ways to ensure that their assets would be passed on to family members after death. Wealthy families could establish trusts, which are legal arrangements that allow for the management of property in a way that benefits one party (the beneficiary) until they reach an agreed-upon age.

Despite these tools, wealthy families were not immune to financial ruin; all it took was one court case, and suddenly the inheritance of their entire estate–millions or even billions of dollars–was left up to chance. By devising an inheritance tax, lawmakers created a safeguard against such unpredictable events.

Nowadays, the IRS charges 40% in taxes on anyone’s estate exceeding $5 million before any deductions are made.

You Are What You Own

When thinking about who is exempt from inheritance tax, the first thing that may come to mind are members of royal families or celebrities. While some celebrities do inherit fortunes– Michael Jackson’s children, for example–royalty is arguably the only group today who could be said to possess massive amounts of wealth for reasons beyond their control.

For everyone else in society, it ultimately comes down to what they own versus how much they owe. If your estate is worth more than $5 million before any deductions are made, you must pay taxes on whatever amount exceeds this threshold; however, $5 million is not automatically exempted from taxation just because it came from an inheritance.

Retirement coverage: 

Employers with pension plans usually allow workers to place a certain percentage of their income into a retirement fund. Once the worker retires, part of their pension benefits will be paid to them throughout their retirement years. The IRS considers this money as an asset and taxes it accordingly; although you pay no taxes on the first $1 million, any amount over that is taxed at 40%.

Other exemptions: 

Any other sort of savings or investment that has been managed in such a way that gains interest could count as an asset for inheritance tax purposes. If your total assets add up to more than $5 million before deductions are made, then you cannot avoid taxation by converting what would have been your estate into another form while you were alive.

Who Must Pay Inheritance Tax?

When it comes to determining who must pay inheritance tax, it seems like common sense to assume that only the wealthiest people in society would be subjected to this levy. While the wealthiest 1% of Americans do account for over half of all assets owned by American households today, everyone’s situation is different; this means that there is no blanket exemption from inheritance taxes.

For example: If you own a house worth $5 million and owe $4 million on your mortgage at the time of your death, then you owe nothing when it comes to inheritance tax since your estate will not exceed $5 million.

On the other hand, if you own a condo worth $1.2 million and have no debt or liabilities when you die, then you still may need to pay inheritance tax because your estate will total $1.2 million–$5 million minus the $400,000 exemption for real property.

Other Deductions

While most people would argue that an individual’s personal belongings should be exempt from inheritance tax because a person has a right to dispose of their own money as they see fit, this argument does not hold up in courts of law. For example: If you leave your home or car to a family member when you die, then this is not going to escape taxation by the IRS.

Even though these items are important parts of your personal life, they still count as assets and add up to totals that go over the exemption limit of $5 million before any are made.

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How Much Does It Cost To Do A Grazing Table

As we all know, a grazing table is a perfect solution for the hot summer months when bees don’t want to work. They can go out and get water and/or nectar at any time of day or night without needing their keeper’s intervention.

What many beekeepers do not realize, however, is that maintaining a grazing table can be costly. It will cost you in electricity for your fountain pump (unless you use solar power), it will cost you in water bills if you do not have access to fresh clean well or spring water, and it will even cost you in wear and tear on your body as you haul heavy buckets back and forth from where they are filled with water to where they sit on top of your hive. Let’s take a look at some of these issues.

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This article will concentrate on the actual costs for maintaining your grazing table, assuming that you already own hives, and are therefore paying for their upkeep (you can’t keep bees without hives).


The first thing to consider is the size of your grazing tables. Your goal should be two standard deep brood boxes per hive, with 8-10 frames in each box given normal fall/winter conditions. This usually works out to about 45-50 pounds of bees per box maximum, depending upon how much room they have to expand into nectar-producing territory in the summer months.

To see what 50 pounds look like, check out this link. For the sake of simplicity though, let’s say you have two hives, and keep them at the minimum 45 pounds per box size. That means that you need about 90 pounds of bees per day just to maintain your hives (not including any brood-rearing…let’s leave that for now).

Hive Scale. 

Bee apiaries are measured by how much weight they can hold. 50 lbs = one hive body with 8 frames in it (the US standard). Multiply this times 4 to estimate how many boxes equals 100 lbs of bees.

A rule of thumb is that it costs $35/year to cover the cost of feed, varroa mite treatment, etc., per hive (this figure was established by Purdue University beekeepers who were conducting a study on the economics of beekeeping). Therefore, if you divide $35 by the number of pounds per hive, for two hives it comes to about $17.50/year/hive for expenses (this does not include the cost of the hive itself). Add $17.50 to $35 and your total yearly expense is $52.50/hive/year.

Water Costs. 

Now let’s add in the costs for water…

Depending on where you live, a visit from a truck with fresh non-fluoridated well or spring water could run you anywhere from 50 cents to five dollars per visit, totalling about six gallons per visit at most (going on what I’ve seen around here). Assuming that there are 365 days in a year, that works out to about $18/year/hive for water costs.

Electricity Costs

Now let’s add in the costs for electricity…

Even if your grazing table is on a timer that comes on only at night, this means that you have an electric pump running all day long just to keep some standing water available next to your hives. It has been my experience that some of these fountains are pretty thirsty, so figure 5-6 hours of continuous operation per day. Let’s say it takes 1 watt per hour (see here ), so our 90-pound hive would use 9 watts per hour every time the fountain runs.

A good deep cycle battery weighs about 20 pounds and can provide 400 ampere-hours of power at 12 volts. A 400 amp-hour battery will run a 5-watt load for 20 hours. So the 90-pound hive with our 9 watts per hour draw would need about 42 hours worth of juice from the battery. 42 x 24 = 1008 watt-hours per day, or 10 amps/day. So your battery tender will have to be able to provide 10 amps at 12 volts continuously to maintain this table (see here ).

A deep cycle marine battery weighs about 55 pounds and is designed to put out between 200-400 ampere-hours of power when new, depending on make and model. For our purposes let’s budget on the high end… which means that one battery will operate our fountain pump for 43 days out of the year, at a cost of about $3.20/year/hive for electricity (assuming that you are using this battery to run something else as well). I have three batteries hooked up, but only one is being used to power the fountain pump…

So now let’s total up our costs for electricity and water: $52.50 + 18 = 70.50 + 3.20 = 74.70/year per hive Now what about labour? This part will be different for everyone, depending upon how much time you want to spend on maintaining your hives, but figure on an average of four minutes per day spent twice a week turning each frame so that the comb has equal access to the syrup.

This means that you will spend 16 minutes a week working each hive for a total labour cost of about $1.43/year/hive. So now let’s add it all up: 74.70 + 16 = 90.70 + 1.43 = 92.13/year per hive


There is one other thing to take into consideration…what if the weight of your hive goes up? As time goes on, boxes get thicker and thicker with bee burr comb, so the number of pounds in your box should go up at least slightly from year to year or else you might have a queen problem or other issue which could wipe out your entire colony. Add an extra 50 pounds per box to account for this effect and you will need to add an extra $1.89/year/hive onto your total yearly costs.

92.13 + 1.89 = 94.02/year per hive   Calculating our initial investment… Assuming that you purchase a deep cycle marine battery for about $75 and a pump for around $60, with enough coroplast ($40) to make two grazing tables, then the total cost of starting up beekeeping comes out to around $225. If you divide this by the number of seasons it takes a hive to fill a standard eight frame nuc box (three), it comes out to around $78.75 /season or 95.28/year, making our break-even point at 23 hives!

That’s a lot of beekeeping, so why not pick up a couple more hives to help defray the cost?

This calculation also doesn’t take into account the average increase in whole hive weight per season… if you get six seasons out of each box (going on my own experience) then you would need to add an extra $1.46/year/hive beyond your break-even point for every year after Year One (i.e., 95.28 + (95.28 x 6) = 193.88). If your calculations show that it takes longer than three seasons to fill one standard eight frame nuc box, then adjust accordingly.


Everything You Need To Know About Company Registration Online

What is Company Registration Online?

Company registration is the method by which businesses and organizations come into existence to operate within legal parameters. This service allows company owners to register their new business with Companies House so that they can begin operating legally as soon as possible.

Once completed successfully, this procedure grants public access to information relating to the organization including its name and address, of incorporation and details of directors, members and shareholders.

Company owners must use the official Companies House website to register their business. Doing so allows them to complete this task in a simple way, allowing company directors and owners to get on with running their organization without having to worry about the formalities of registration.

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The procedure for registering new companies has recently become far easier thanks to online services provided by the government body responsible for overseeing legal compliance. Using this system, company owners can apply for registration at any time of day or night – even when they are on holiday – providing you have access to a computer with an internet connection of course!

This eliminates the need to take time away from your business to complete the task as well as any associated

Once you have successfully registered your company online, all that remains is for you to wait until it has been processed and approved before using your new business name. This will take between two and three working days. However, if you require a decision much faster than this there may be additional fees involved so it is important to consider this point before making an application.

Company registration allows companies and organizations to enjoy the legal benefits of being formally recognized as such – which means they can avoid penalties or other negative consequences that might occur should they fail to comply with legislation in place designed to protect consumers.

The process of applying for official registration via websites such as Company House takes only a few minutes and costs nothing at all, but you should seek the advice of an expert who can assist with understanding how to complete all documentation correctly.

What are the benefits of Company Registration Online?

There are many benefits associated with choosing to register your company online including:

Less time is required for the process

The registration procedure only takes a few minutes and you no longer have to travel or leave your business unattended.

No hidden costs

Some companies charge unnecessary fees if you wish to receive assistance during the application process. With this method, there are no additional charges so everything stays clear and transparent.

Ease of use

You will be able to access detailed guidance on exactly what needs to be done step-by-step, and you can even save and resume where you left off in case you need to stop for any reason.

How can I register a new company online?

You will first need to create an account. Ensure that all required information is provided when making your application including business type, details of directors, shareholders and members as well as payment information such as bank account numbers if required.

Once this has been done, click on “submit” and wait until your application has been received and accepted by the relevant department. You will receive notification of this fact once it is complete so that you may continue following up on progress concerning getting your registration confirmed.

What can I do if my Company Registration Online application is rejected?

You can’t complete the procedure on your own if an issue arises. Instead, you will need to request assistance via the Companies House website. Generally, information required to fix errors or provide additional details is sent automatically so this should be resolved quickly and without problems.

Why should I submit my Company Registration Online application via the official website?

There are many reasons why it is beneficial to choose this method when applying for company registration. Some of them include:

Freedom from paperwork

Using an online system allows everything that was previously required in form of paper documents to be sent by email instead. This makes the process much more efficient while also reducing costs involved since no additional fees have to be paid for having these items physically delivered or printed out.

Assistance with documentation

Any questions that you may have about how to complete any part of the application process will be answered in a detailed manner. This includes guidance on what needs to be done and a step-by-step guide for completing each component.

Security and identity verification\Once your company file its application via the official website, it is assigned a digital certificate which can later be used for identification purposes when needed.  

How do I get help online?

You don’t need to worry about the fact that you are not familiar with using computers or other electronic devices because everything needed can easily be accessed at the click of a button. It won’t take long until you find out just how easy it is to register your own company with this system, and you should be able to complete the entire procedure within a few hours.

Who can help me register my company online?

The government does not guide you on how to apply online, but you can use assistance from third-party companies or organisations that provide support instead. Make sure that they are properly registered if you wish to receive legal assistance as well as receive services that meet your exact requirements. Compare various options available to find the one which best suits your needs before making any decisions.

What other benefits come with Company Registration Online?

It is also worth noting that the process of applying has become very easy and straightforward since all of its components can now be completed using an electronic format. This means that you don’t have to go over old documentation and other paperwork to get started, and you can simply follow the step-by-step instructions provided on the official website.

What questions should I ask before hiring someone?

Before choosing a company to assist with your application, make sure it is registered and displays all of the required credentials. It should also offer legal services in line with your business needs, so be sure to request information about costs involved, additional fees or anything else that may seem unclear or questionable at first.

Request a quote for the services they provide to determine whether their costs are reasonable in comparison to what other providers charge for their support packages. If one of them seems too expensive, you may wish to compare it with other options available instead to find the best one for you.

Be aware of scams and other dishonest practices when hiring such companies. You can guarantee that they will always be there when you need them by choosing a reliable service provider offering legal assistance at reasonable rates. Be sure not to pay any fees upfront and request cost estimates in advance to avoid unpleasant situations which may result from making unexpected or unnecessary payments that cannot be recovered later on.

Being fully informed about what is required from you should allow you to get through this process smoothly without encountering any difficulties along the way.

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Things You Need To Pay Attention In Sauna

The medical advantages of saunas are well established, yet paying for one to be introduced at home is an extravagance many can’t manage. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you need to spare yourself some money, there’s another arrangement – DIY. Sound fascinating? 

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Whether or not, you plan on buying self-assembly saunas or building it from scratch, at that point, read on for our top sauna building thoughts. 

A Kit Versus DIY 

It’s considerably simpler to purchase a premade sauna pack than to fabricate one without any preparation. You can discover units to change an extra room or a huge storeroom in your home, or you can introduce a pre-assembled, unsupported sauna in your patio. You can even purchase simply to install choices for as low as $1,000.

Be that as it may, suppose you need to do it without anyone else’s help and make a one of a kind, individualized sauna space. Where do you start? 

It is safe to say that you are sure about your aptitudes as a manufacturer? 

Building your sauna expects you to buy lumbar and expand on your plan. This requires information on common structure practices, access to hand and power tools, and somebody to be certain about their capacities. Even though it might appear as though it is a savvy thought and you might have the option to set aside some cash, this isn’t building a shelf.

You’ll require costly bits of wood, similar to cedar, and afterwards, any missteps you make can be expensive. On the off chance that you need a pre-manufactured DIY sauna unit, this simplifies things extensively. Anybody that’s not 100% sure about their structural abilities, get a unit. Trust us when we state, it’ll help a lot! 

Model and Size 

Consider that saunas don’t need to be essentially enormous, a few saunas can be smaller only for a solitary individual. Remember that, for instance, indoor saunas are the famous decision among Americans, however, it is additionally conceivable to have outer saunas that can go perfectly fitted near a pool or overlooking a view. All things considered, picking the size is the most significant part, because starting there you would plan and start the creation of your sauna. 

Consider that if you intend to include an outside sauna, electrical installation may have to claim additional consideration and assurance, sauna electrical necessities can go from around 220 volts. Besides, on account of any sauna establishment, you should remember an exhaust vent close by, to redirect moisture produced by the steam. 

What size do you need? 

Normal custom home saunas measure somewhere in the range of 25 and 80 square feet, however, some can go fundamentally greater if intended for a high number of occupants. On the off chance that most of your sessions will be solo or with only one other individual, attempt to keep the sauna on the conservative side with a one individual sauna or two-man sauna

You don’t need a ton of wasted space, as you will go through cash warming the whole sauna each time. You’ll additionally need to be aware of the stature of the unit, since heat lofts up to the roof and you don’t need it sitting higher than the inhabitants. We, by and large, suggest maximum roof tallness of 7 feet. 

Adding a sauna to your home or business isn’t troublesome and the accessibility of various units available, today will undoubtedly locate the ideal model for your remarkable needs.