Sydney NSW events

Posted 2 weeks ago by BCL Editor

Friday 6th December to Sunday 8th December 2019 Featured events include: Cherry Pie Eating Cherry Pip Spitting Street Parade Fireworks Young is in the heart of the Hilltops Region, less than two hours’ drive from...

 Canberra December, Food Festivals, Sydney December

Posted 1 month ago by Lynne Webb

“Open Day” Christmas Market - Illawarra Lapidary Club Inc 51 Meadow Street, Tarrawanna 2518 Sunday 24 November, 2019 – 9am to 2pm – FREE ENTRY Stalls selling Crystals, Minerals, Fossils, Lapidary Materials and Jewellery. Morning...

 Art, Craft and Cultural Groups, Sydney November

Posted 1 month ago by Interactive Theatre International

Officially the world’s longest running and most successful show of its kind, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is continuing to make its international mark as a ‘outrageously funny’ night out (BroadwayBaby). Tickets have sold out...

 Sydney December

Posted 1 month ago by Wollongong Writers Festival

Wollongong Writers Festival, a celebration of stories, art and ideas on the NSW South Coast, is excited to announce one of its most lit lineups of authors, poets, journalists, artists, comedians and musicians for its...

 Sydney November, Writers Festivals

Posted 1 month ago by The Shady Lane Project

JOIN THE GLOBAL CLIMATE CONVERSATION On November 20–21, the world is coming together to talk about the climate crisis with 24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action. Join the conversation. Attend or request a Truth...

 Adelaide November, Brisbane Queensland November, Canberra November, Darwin NT November, Hobart November, Melbourne November, Perth November, Sydney November

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

Ride2Work encourages everyday people to jump on the bike and get active on their way to work The problem Currently two thirds of Australians don’t get enough exercise to maintain their health. At the same...

 Adelaide October, Brisbane Queensland October, Canberra October, Darwin NT October, Hobart October, Melbourne October, Perth October, Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Gone to a Good Home exposes how Australian authorities pressured many unmarried mothers from the 1950s to the 1970s to give up their babies for adoption. In 1967, Lily was nearly 17, two months pregnant and...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

What happens when racism and sexism collide? Ruby Hamad provides some confronting answers. White tears have a potency that silences racial minorities. White Tears/Brown Scars blows open the inconvenient truth that when it comes to race, white...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Consistently ranked among the greatest films ever made, Buster Keaton’s The General is a brilliantly conceived and executed comedy that continues to inspire to inspire awe and laughter with every viewing. Rejected by the Confederate army as...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Interactive Theatre International

This 'outrageous, ingenious' show (★★★★★ scenestr) makes its triumphant return for the 9th season to the one and only Sydney Opera House in March 2020 – and tickets are on sale now!   Style, sophistication, Sydney...

 Sydney March

Posted 2 months ago by Bryan Pirie

Saturday 19 October 2019  The award winning Oatley Village Festival is one of the largest community events in the St George area, attracting over 15,000 visitors each year. With over 180 fabulous food, craft and...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Science used to be ‘natural philosophy’; but the scientific revolution of the 16th and 17th centuries saw a parting of ways. Today, both disciplines can claim significant achievements, for both new technologies and improved understanding,...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Susan Pond outlines how biotechnology is being put to use for the good of humanity and the planet, and examines the role of women in this revolution from the time of Rosalind Franklin’s famous Photo...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Infectious disease in ancient times presented a daily struggle for survival either through avoiding or fighting against epidemics: sepsis or tetanus from a graze; childhood infectious diseases such as whooping cough, diphtheria and measles; infections...

 Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Sydney Marketing

November 14-17 New South Wales’ beautiful Coffs Coast will once again host the 2019 Kennards Hire Rally Australia – the annual Australian leg and final round of the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship. This epic...

 Sydney November

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

Have fun while you learn – local workshops include lots of different Paint & Sip workshops, Flaming Cheese Wheel experieces, Pizza and Pasta masterclasses, photography, native flower arranging and much more. Check out their workshops...

 Sydney December, Sydney November, Sydney October

Posted 2 months ago by Lynne Webb

Illawarra Lapidary Club Inc. - Jewellery Gems and Minerals Festival When: Sat 2 Nov 9am – 4pm and Sun 3 Nov, 9am to 2.30pm Where: Heininger Hall, Ribbonwood Centre, 109 Princes Hwy, Dapto Entry: Adults...

 Sydney November

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

The next Sydney Writers' Festival will be held from 27 April to 3 May 2020 Each year, Sydney Writers’ Festival presents more than 300 events, attracting audiences of up to 100,000 for a week-long conversation of...

 Sydney April, Sydney May, Writers Festivals

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

3-14 April 2020 Every Easter, the country and city join together at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, for twelve days of agricultural competitions, animal experiences, live entertainment, carnival fun, shopping and much more. Public Transport -...

 Sydney April

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

27th Feb - 1st Mar 2020 The King of the Ranges Stockman's Challenge & Bush Festival is held annually in Murrurundi NSW, during the last week in February. The Challenge includes Australia's top stockmen and...

 Sydney February

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

Sunday 29th March 2020 This show is regarded as a 'must see' not only by local residents but by the entire national transport industry. We have exhibits on display from states across the country and...

 Sydney March

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

14th March to 8 June 2020 Held every two years, the Biennale is a three-month exhibition, with an accompanying program of artist talks, forums, guided tours and family days – all FREE to the public....

 Sydney April, Sydney June, Sydney March, Sydney May

Posted 3 months ago by Patrick Lucarelli

Start your summer of cricket these September School Holidays and watch the all-conquering Australian Women’s Cricket Team in the first match of the Commbank T20 International Series against Sri Lanka. "Fill the Hill" at the...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Every third week of October, National Water Week makes a splash across Australia, inspiring individuals, communities and organisations to work together to build awareness around the value of water. Access to clean water is hugely...

 Adelaide October, Brisbane Queensland October, Canberra October, Darwin NT October, Hobart October, Melbourne October, Perth October, Sydney October

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

8 to 12 January 2020 Parkes Elvis Festival (Central NSW) On the second week in January every year, the town of Parkes in Central New South Wales comes alive to the sounds of a 5...

 Sydney January

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Refugee Week is Australia's peak annual activity to raise awareness about the issues affecting refugees and celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society. Refugee Week is always held from Sunday to Saturday...

 Adelaide June, Brisbane Queensland June, Canberra June, Darwin NT June, Hobart June, Melbourne June, Perth June, Sydney June

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

21 to 23 June 2019 at Sydney Showground Olympic Park Supanova Pop Culture Expo, since 2000, is where the adoring public comes face to face with Supa-Star celebrities and the creative talent that inspire their...

 Sydney June

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

The biggest Christmas concert in Australia! Carols in the Domain is Australia's largest free Christmas concert and is also on tv. http://www.carolsinthedomain.com/

 Sydney December

Posted 3 months ago by Interactive Theatre International

Officially the world’s longest running and most successful show of its kind, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is continuing to make its international mark as a ‘outrageously funny’ night out (BroadwayBaby). Tickets have sold out...

 Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by Interactive Theatre International

Officially the world’s longest running and most successful show of its kind, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is continuing to make its international mark as a ‘outrageously funny’ night out (BroadwayBaby). Tickets have sold out...

 Sydney October

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

2-4 August 2019 Byron Writers Festival is a non-profit member organisation presenting workshops and events year-round, including the annual Festival. The Northern Rivers Writers’ Centre was incorporated in 1995, the home of the much-loved Byron...

 Sydney August, Writers Festivals

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

28 SEPTEMBER 2019 The annual Curry Festival at Woolgoolga celebrates the unique history of the town. Woolgoolga is a seaside town on the Pacific Highway, approximately 550 km north of Sydney, 25 kilometres north of...

 Food Festivals, Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Each November, the legendary Festival of Fisher's Ghost comes alive in Campbelltown. The Festival is steeped in history, dating back to 1956. It is named after Australia's most famous ghost, Frederick Fisher. Held over 10...

 Sydney November

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Sunday 3rd November 2019 The Gong Ride is a one of a kind fundraising event. You can pedal 90km from Sydney to Wollongong on any day of the year but it’s only on the first...

 Sydney November

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

November 1,2,3 2019 The Eden Whale Festival will be held at Snug Cove in Eden over a weekend in October / November each year. There’ll be presentations by whale researchers, kids games and competitions and...

 Sydney November

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

23RD ANNUAL EXHIBITION  |  24 OCTOBER – 10 NOVEMBER 2019 Sculpture by the Sea returns to the Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach coastal walk as the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition. See the...

 Sydney November, Sydney October

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

CBCA Book Week 2019 Theme: Reading is My Secret Power Dates: 17 to 23 August 2019 Each year across Australia, the CBCA brings children and books together celebrating CBCA Book Week. During this time schools,...

 Adelaide August, Brisbane Queensland August, Canberra August, Darwin NT August, Hobart August, Melbourne August, Perth August, Sydney August, Writers Festivals

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Friday 4 October 2019 National Walk to Work Day is an annual event which helps employers and employees to build regular walking into their daily routine. http://www.walk.com.au/wtw/homepage.asp

 Adelaide October, Brisbane Queensland October, Canberra October, Darwin NT October, Hobart October, Melbourne October, Perth October, Sydney October

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

2 February each year is World Wetlands Day to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and our planet. This day also marks the date of the adoption of the Convention...

 Adelaide February, Brisbane Queensland February, Canberra February, Darwin NT February, Hobart February, Melbourne February, Perth February, Sydney February

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

26 January (Sunday) 2020 – Australia Day / Invasion Day / Survival Day The official Australia Day Council website has details of events all around Australia, a “toolkit” to help you organise events, teaching resources...

 Adelaide January, Brisbane Queensland January, Canberra January, Darwin NT January, Hobart January, Melbourne January, Perth January, Sydney January

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Taste the Difference, Feel the Difference, Make a Difference Monday 9 – Sunday 15 September 2019 National Organic Week Australia (NOW) is a week of targeted media and locally-held activities designed to increase awareness of the...

 Adelaide September, Brisbane Queensland September, Canberra September, Darwin NT September, Food, Health and Food Security, Hobart September, Melbourne September, Perth September, Sydney September

Posted 3 months ago by The Shady Lane Project

Wild Pollinator Count dates for 2019 Autumn: 14 – 21 April Spring: 10 – 17 November The Wild Pollinator Count gives you an opportunity to contribute to wild pollinator insect conservation in Australia. Count wild...

 Adelaide November, Brisbane Queensland November, Canberra November, Darwin NT November, Hobart November, Melbourne November, Perth November, Sydney November

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

NAIDOC Week is held in the first full week of July. It is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and is an opportunity to recognise the contributions that...

 Sydney July

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

International Compost Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness of the importance of  compost, a valuable organic resource and to promote compost use, knowledge and products. We...

 Adelaide May, Brisbane Queensland May, Canberra May, Hobart May, Melbourne May, Perth May, Sydney May

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

The Wild Pollinator Count gives you an opportunity to contribute to wild pollinator insect conservation in Australia. Count wild pollinators in your local environment to help build a database on wild pollinator activity. Wild Pollinator...

 Adelaide April, Brisbane Queensland April, Canberra April, Darwin NT April, Hobart April, Melbourne April, Perth April, Sydney April

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

8 March (Sunday) 2020 is International Women’s Day

 Adelaide March, Brisbane Queensland March, Canberra March, Darwin NT March, Hobart March, Melbourne March, Perth March, Sydney March

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Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

28 March (Saturday) 2020 – Earth Hour – Switch off your lights from 8:30pm to 9:30pm to send a message about climate change. Of course you don't need to stop at this one day.  Use this...

 Adelaide March, Brisbane Queensland March, Canberra March, Darwin NT March, Hobart March, Melbourne March, Perth March, Sydney March

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

14 February (Friday) 2020 – Valentine’s Day See Valentine’s Day gift ideas or book a romantic adventure for two.

 Adelaide February, Brisbane Queensland February, Canberra February, Darwin NT February, Hobart February, Melbourne February, Perth February, Sydney February

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

14 February (Friday) 2020 – V-Day – A global movement to stop violence against women and girls.

 Adelaide February, Brisbane Queensland February, Canberra February, Darwin NT February, Hobart February, Melbourne February, Perth February, Sydney February

Posted 3 months ago by BCL Editor

Thousands of events will be held across the country in May to say thank you to the 6 million Australians who volunteer their time. The week-long celebration will include breakfasts, morning/afternoon teas, and luncheons, as...

 Adelaide May, Brisbane Queensland May, Canberra May, Darwin NT May, Hobart May, Melbourne May, Perth May, Sydney May

Posted 3 months ago by Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Roald Dahl’s books, stories and poems have brought joy to generations of readers, delighting us with their crazy characters, unconventional plots and humorous wordplay.  Join the Poetry at SMSA group to hear several of Dahl’s...

 Sydney September

Posted 5 months ago by Matthew Lodge

For the first time in its history, the fifth instalment of the rebel Women’s Big Bash League will be standalone in 2019/20 with seven festival weekends of cricket confirmed for the knockout competition.   The...

 Sydney November

Posted 6 months ago by BCL Editor

28 July (Sunday) 2019 is National Tree Day, a community tree planting event organised by Planet Ark. To get involved or find your nearest site, check the website. Friday 26 July 2019 is Schools Tree...

 Adelaide July, Brisbane Queensland July, Canberra July, Darwin NT July, Hobart July, Melbourne July, Perth July, Sydney July

Posted 8 months ago by BCL Editor

Commemorated each year on 5 June, World Environment Day is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action.

 Adelaide June, Brisbane Queensland June, Canberra June, Darwin NT June, Hobart June, Melbourne June, Perth June, Sydney June