Summer, Christmas and the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
December 2019 Events in Hobart and Tasmania
- 3 December (Tuesday) 2019 – International Day of People with Disability – Aims to promote an understanding of people with a disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.
- 5 December (Thursday) 2019 – International Volunteer Day is celebrated on December 5th each year to thank volunteers for their efforts and increase public awareness on their contribution to society
- 10 December (Tuesday) 2019 – International Human Rights Day is celebrated on 10th December each year.
- 19 December (Thursday) 2019 – End of Tasmanian School Term 4 and School Year for students (Australian school holiday dates) Teachers finish the following day. Secondary college may finish earlier – please check with individual schools.
- 25 December (Wednesday) 2019 – Christmas Day – Public Holiday. (See AU school and public holiday dates.)
- 26 December (Thursday) 2019 – Boxing Day (See AU school and public holiday dates.)
- 31 December (Tuesday) 2019 – New Years Eve
December Events from the forumThese events are in the order that they have been posted - not in date order.
- Sport Event: Rebel WBBL - The Big Weekend Hobart - by Jack
Rebel WBBL- The Big Weekend Hobart The Big Weekend - FREE Come and join us for a festival of cricket action and family fun! The Womens Big...
- Concert: Allegri Ensemble: A BOY WAS BORN Launceston December 15 - by Lilu
*Allegri Ensemble A BOY WAS BORN Andrew Bainbridge, director Joshua Ryan, organ * * Allegri Ensemble*, directed by Andrew Bainbridge, is...
- Concert: Allegri Ensemble: A BOY WAS BORN Hobart December 14 - by Lilu
*Allegri Ensemble A BOY WAS BORN Andrew Bainbridge, director Joshua Ryan, organ * Allegri Ensemble, directed by Andrew Bainbridge, is pleased...
- Music Festival: The Falls Music and Arts Festival - 29 Dec to 1 Jan every year - by BCL Hobart
The Falls Music and Arts Festival is a major Australian festival offering three days and nights of music & entertainment from more than 60 acts from...