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Events - New South Wales, Australia
Want to see what is happening where you are going? Maybe you want to include a destination in your plans, some stopover to coincide with events happening in that town?

Following are some events happening in New South Wales. For more information, check the destination pages of the town or area you are visiting.

Some events happen at the same time throughout Australia, such as Christmas and New Years Eve celebrations, ANZAC Day, Australia Day, local markets, agricultural shows etc. Some scheduled events only have approximate dates, with some dates changing or being cancelled.

When planning your travel around events, contact the holder of the event or the local visitor centre where the event is happening to confirm the event timetable.



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July Events - New South Wales

Location Event

Evans Head Evans Head Fishing Classic
• July
• 2007 saw the 12th annual event, with major sponsors and cash prices. Check the website for application form, conditions of entry and subscribe to the e-newsletter.
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August Events - New South Wales

Location Event

Botany Bay NP
Cape Solander
Port Stephens
Whale Watching
• May and November
• Between May and November, whales such as the Humpback and the Southern Right can be seen along the coastline of the bay. Cape Solander is one of the best spots in Sydney for viewing the whales, with recorded whale numbers increasing every year. In 2002, there was estimated, that there was about 1,000 visitors over one weekend, to see the whales. The spot is ideal because of the sheer cliffs and clear horizon at the end of the Kurnell Peninsular. Check out our images of whales at Cape Solander.

More information about Whales and Whale Watching in New South Wales.

Leeton Leeton Eisteddfod
• Held over 3 weeks in August
• Annual cultural event held primarily in the town's majestic Roxy Theatre and attracts singers, dancers and musicians from all over New South Wales. The event culminates with a spectacular closing concert on the last weekend of August.

Louth Louth Horse Races
• Held on the Saturday following the first Monday in August
• Annual event held on the first or second Saturday of August, which attracts around 4,000 people to the village.

Parkes Parkes Show
• Usually held towards the end of August
• This annual show has something for everyone, from horticulture, cooking, horses, sheep, pigeons, arts and craft, homemade preserves, agriculture produce, pets, competitions and catching up with old friends or making new ones.

Sydney Sydney City to Surf
• August
• One of Australia’s premier marathons, this yearly event is held in August, hosted by the Sun-Herald, starting from Hyde Park in the city to the famed beach front of Bondi. It is more than a marathon, but an event for all. Enjoy the ‘fun run’ and the activities provided at the end. Click here for images from the Sydney City to Surf 2003.

Tamworth The Tamworth Antique & Collectables Fair
• August
• With dealers from around Australia attending, the fair offers a chance to view and purchase a huge range of collectables from Australian and Colonial furniture, silver ware, fine china, crystal and glassware, kitchenalia, tools, dolls, toys, bears and much more.
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September Events - New South Wales

Location Event

Botany Bay NP
Cape Solander
Port Stephens
Whale Watching
• May and November
• Between May and November, whales such as the Humpback and the Southern Right can be seen along the coastline of the bay. Cape Solander is one of the best spots in Sydney for viewing the whales, with recorded whale numbers increasing every year. In 2002, there was estimated, that there was about 1,000 visitors over one weekend, to see the whales. The spot is ideal because of the sheer cliffs and clear horizon at the end of the Kurnell Peninsular. Check out our images of whales at Cape Solander.

More information about Whales and Whale Watching in New South Wales.

Bowral Bowral Tulip Time
• September-October
• The Southern Highlands celebrate with one of the most spectacular massed tulip displays and flora festivals in Australia. Held in the last weeks of September and the first week of October the festival centrepiece is over 100,000 massed tulips and 20,000 annuals. During this period you can experience private award winning gardens.

Byron Bay Big Scrub Rainforest Day • Rainforest Rescue
• Annual event held in September
• This annual event is Australia’s largest annual Landcare information and education event. Range of activities provides something for everyone from early morning birds of the rainforest tours, presentations by leading experts in rainforest plants and animal’s, workshops on rainforest restoration, farm forestry, plant propagation and weed control. There is music, a wide variety of food and information stalls, children’s activities and much more, creating a festival atmosphere.

Focus of the day is ‘Big Scrub Day’. Once the largest expanse of subtropical rainforest in Australia, the ‘Big Scrub’ once covered a circular area where Lismore, Ballina, Byron Bay and Mullumbimby are presently situated. Of the original 75,000 hectares, now less than 1 percent, only 300 ha, of scattered rainforest fragments remain. Click here for more information about ‘The Big Scrub’.

Carlingford (Sydney) Murray Farm Art Craft & Pottery Exhibition
• Murray Farm Public School, Tracey Ave, CARLINGFORD NSW,
• Friday 26th October - Sunday 28th October, 2007
• Fabulous, stalls, food drink local entertainment! Fri 26th Oct opening night adults only $10 pp light supper/wine fabulous artwork Sat/Sun 27th and 28th October Adults $3 pp / Seniors HS Students $1 pp / KIDS FREE!

Deniliquin Deniliquin Ute Muster • Deni - Play on the Plains Festival & World Record Ute Muster
• NSW Labour Day Long Weekend - September/October
• On October 2, 1999, Deniliquin wrote itself into history claiming the Guinness Book of Records title for the largest parade of legally registered utes in the world. Welcome to Deni — The Ute Capital of the World — Deniliquin Play on the Plains Festival & World Record Ute Muster — a country as a festival like no other on earth.

This popular festival is a jam pack two days of world class entertainment, attracting over 20,000 people and over 6,000 utes. With a huge line up of entertainment, local displays and exhibitions, and of course come along in your ute to be part of the legend of our World Record Ute Muster Count - more utes in one place than anywhere else in the world.

Camp out under the southern sky on the flattest plains on earth, tell yarns around your camp and make friends that you'll come back and see year after year.

Dungog PedalFest
• September
• Dungog Pedalfest is a celebration of cycling and sociability in the beautiful Williams Valley. Pedalfest is an annual event held over the second weekend in September and is a major fund-raising charity event. Activities include music, dancing and food, local markets, art shows, and of course for those who ride a bicycle there's a grand assortment of cycling activities for all ages and abilities.

Great Lakes
Hawks Nest
Tea Gardens
Walk On The Wild Side
• September
• Walk On The Wild Side is a weekend of activities that also feature guided walks through the spectacular wildflowers and natural environment surrounding the Hawks Nest area.

Kariong Australian Springtime Flora Festival
• Early September
• This award winning event is one of Australia's most popular flora events. With over 300 displays, there is also arts and craft, stage entertainment and other educational and fun things for the entire family.

Leeton Leeton Agricultural Show
• Held on the second weekend in October
• This annual agricultural show draws on Leeton's rich agricultural diversity and showcases the rich agricultural and community spirit of the shire. Diverse displays include annimal nursery, equestrian displays, sheep dog trails arts and crafts, flower exhibition, school displays, cooking exhibits, Miss Showgirl and many other festival displays.

Narooma Great Southern Blues and Rockabilly Festival
• Labour Day Long Weekend Sept/Oct
• Annual music festival event held over 3 days of hot rhythms and cool blues, market and craft stalls and food fair. A fantastic blend of international, national and local artists performing over the weekend on the multi stage, with performances of some of the greatest blues and roots music artists from around the world. Check website for accommodation and camping facilities.

Sydney Sydney International Dragon Festival
• Annual event - September
• One of the largest Dragon Boat Racing Events in Australia, attracting over 2,000 competitors. Races are conducted at the Sydney International Regatta Centre in Penrith. This was the rowing site for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. An event full of colour, noise and excitement! The boats will be racing down the water with drums beating and crowds cheering them on. The day will start with the traditional eye-dotting ceremony where the Dragons are brought to life! This will be followed by an Opening Ceremony with Dragon Dances and drums beating.

Tweed Coast
Tyalgum
Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music
• Held on the first weekend of September
• Recognised as one of Australia's premier classical events, the Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music began in 1991 after concert violinists Carmel Kaine and John Willison fell under the acoustic spell of the Tyalgum Literary Institute. Since then numerous artists have ranked the 1908 Hall alongside some of the best concert venues in the world.

Make sure you mark your calendar for this annual event providing superb music, against the backdrop of the magnificent scenery of the Wollumbin caldera in the Tweed Valley.

Wellington Festivale
• Late October-early November
• A week of celebrations and activities.
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