February 2024 in Sydney & NSW

February in Sydney is still very hot. Schools have resumed after their summer holidays. Major events include Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day and New Zealand (Waitangi) Day on 6 February.

  • 1 February (Thursday) 2024 – School Term 1:  in New South Wales schools: Eastern division
  • 6 February (Tuesday) 2024 – School Term 1 begins in New South Wales schools for teachers: Western division
  • 8 February (Thursday) 2024 – School Term 1 begins in New South Wales schools for students: Western division  (see AU school holiday dates)

February 2024 What’s On in Sydney & NSW

ILLAWARRA LAPIDARY CLUB INC – ROCK SWAP Sunday 25th February, 2024 At Stuart Park, George Hanley Drive, North Wollongong Between 8am and 2 pm Club members and others will be selling Jewellery, Gemstones, Cabochons, Minerals,...
Direct from London’s West End via the legendary Sydney Opera House, Interactive Theatre International are proud to bring Faulty Towers The Dining Experience, to Club Singleton on 24 February 2024.   The world-renowned immersive phenomenon...
Hesperia ~ Più di Cinquante is Australian Master artist-jeweller Dorothy Erickson's latest exhibition celebrating 50+ of making stunning and highly collectable contemporary jewellery. This collection is inspired by and a tribute to the women who...
A completely improvised, totally original musical where YOU decide the premise. “Little Triangle’s latest musical offering is wildly absurd, improvised fun!” (Theatre Thoughts) Join leading improvisers and comedians Sarah Gaul, Jacinta Gregory and Orya Golgowsky,...

National Events

World Wetlands Day is recognised as a United Nations International Day of Importance, celebrated around the world each year on 2 February. It marks the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of...
Valentines Day is Wednesday 14th February 2024 - a leap year! Think luxury, flowers, poetry, good food, chocolates and wine or champagne. And the priceless gifts – shared interests, shared stories, shared memories. See ideas...
1-29th Feb 2024 For over two decades, the National Sustainable Living Festival (SLF) has presented a leading event platform with the mission of creating widespread cooperation for ecological and social sustainability. F: @NSLFestivalAus
On 13 February 2008 Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made a formal apology to ​Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, particularly to the Stolen Generations whose lives had been blighted by past government policies of forced...

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