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The DAG Sheep Station located in Nundale, NSW is holding the upcoming event ‘The Shearer’s Feast’ on Easter Saturday!
Join the fun and entertainment on the 30th of March 2013 from 6pm featuring The Sax Summit and Allison Forbes.
Hunter Valley Gardens are putting on a treat for kids with their Autumn Playground from the 13 -28 April.
With a program of activities that will keep the kids entertained for hours. Including a Lego fun zone and an ultimate Roller Skating Rink! Grab a pair of roller or inline skates and zoom around the rink; skate and dance on The Rink to disco lights and music. Or enter the Lego Play Zone and compete in challenges for all ages.
Littlies will enjoy building and creating, whilst older children can simply build or play against each other in a Lego board game, race each other to build a model in the Speed Zone or challenge themselves on the Nintendo DS Lego Starwars game.
Scenic World Blue Mountains is very happy to announce that their all new Scenic Railway will open Friday, 29 March. To help celebrate the launch of the new train, Scenic World Blue Mountains are offering a special Easter Weekend ticket options, click here for more information*.
The Scenic Railway has been undergoing an exciting $30 million redevelopment which will incorporate new top and bottom platforms, rail tracks and historical interpretation.
This April school holidays have fun and learn something new at these Alexander the Great-inspired programs being held at the Australian Museum from the 13 April to 28 April 2013.
Theatre show: The Great Adventures of Alexander the Great:
When: Sundays to Fridays, 14 – 28 April
Times: 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm
Where: Museum Theatre
Cost: $5 per person after museum entryRead more
Brought to you by City of Newcastle City Evolutions is an exciting initiative that will literally light up buildings in Watt Street – the east end of Newcastle city.
It will bring new life and people to Newcastle’s oldest street and promote it as the place to be for safe and cultural night time entertainment.
Jenolan Caves Reserve Trust is proud to invite you to the annual Easter Mass deep in the Cathedral Chamber of the Lucas Cave. Although Jenolan Caves hosts many underground weddings throughout the year, only two church services are held a year at Easter and Christmas time making it an experience not to be missed.
Featuring guest speaker Phillip Randall, the CEO of Sydney Christian radio station, Hope 103, guests will experience a unique church service unlike any other. Enjoy your favorite songs of praise and listen to soloist Annalise Van der Elzen’s in the acoustically astounding chamber.
Good news budding film buffs; Coasties 2013 submission date has been extended until April 10th. This means that you have loads of time to shoot your short film and see it up on the big screen.
Coasties Film Festival is the Central Coast’s very own film festival. It showcases the best of the best that the Central Coast has to offer each year. There are a number of categories that your film can fall into, please check the Entry Details page for more info.
The festival will be held around on the 12th April. Make sure you go along to the Avoca Beach Picture Theatre to see the finalists and enjoy a night of silver screen debutes.
This Easter, racing enthusiasts from around Australia will gather to celebrate 75 Years of Motor Racing at Mount Panorama.
Car clubs from around Australia representing every era of motor racing over the 75 years are being invited to a Show ‘n Shine on Saturday March 30. Individual car or motorbike enthusiasts and car clubs are welcome to participate.
Wollongong is through to the final round of the Social Media Tourism Symposium Facebook vote-off!
The 12-hour vote-off will take place this Wednesday 6th March between 9am and 9pm against Townsville.
It’s a social media State of Origin as Wollongong (NSW) takes on Townsville (QLD) in what will be an epic 12-hour battle. The destination with the most votes will host the 2013 Social Media Tourism Symposium.
So how can you help Wollongong secure a victory?
By VOTING on Wednesday between 9am and 9pm and SHARING the link so your Facebook friends can do the same!
Local Government NSW (LGNSW) is expecting up to 200 people to attend the 2013 Tourism Conference in Port Stephens on 11-13 March 2013, held in partnership with Destination NSW.
Joint President of Local Government NSW, Cr Ray Donald, said tourism is fundamental to the economic health of many local communities and I’m pleased that the first major event held by LGNSW is the Local Government Tourism Conference.
“So many regional centres and rural towns throughout NSW rely on visitors and holiday-makers – both domestic and international – to bolster their local economies and in a competitive market councils need to be innovative and help lead the way for their local tourism industries to succeed,” Cr Donald said.