- NSW Tourism Awards
- Policy & Research
This year’s Penrith Caravan, Camping and Holiday Expo will have over 160 exhibitors a perfect place to check out all the latest products and equipment and to plan your next holiday getaway.
Take the opportunity to come and see Margot Stephens, Warwick (Wok) & Toni Behrens “Wild” a collection of drawings and sculpurtal work, opening on Wednesday 21st of August 2013 at 6pm. The exhibition will run from the 21st of August until the 23rd of September 2013.
The Mathaguy Picnic Races returns in 2013 with a social event with attractions for all the family. Bring along your family and friends to experience a very welcoming country race meet. There will be raffles including a 60,000L Rhino Tank valued at $6,000 which will be auctioned on the day.
Come along to the Northern Sydney Institute’s Ryde Campus from the 30 – 31 August for a showcase of local skills and trades.
Sample delectable fare that incorporates traditional bush tucker and Ark of Taste foods, presented on a hand-crafted interactive tablecloth. Go on a journey of discovery as you find out where the simple sustainable nibbles were sourced, if they’re organic and what you really are eating!
The NSW Business Chamber would like to welcome all Tourism Industry Council NSW members to its new member welcome breakfast on Wednesday 28th August.
The world’s most prestigious wildlife photography exhibition returns to the Australian Museum in 2013 with 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breathtaking wild landscapes. The wildlife photography exhibition will be held 09:30am - 5:00pm until 7th October 2013 in the Special Exhibition Space at the Australian Museum.
Celebrate Christmas in July with Captain Cook Cruises on Sydney Harbour with a special High Tea at Sea. Australian’s love celebrating Christmas in Summer with blue skies, beaches, fresh seafood and summer salads. When winter comes around it’s our turn to break out the mulled wine, mince pies and pudding and what better theme than Christmas in July.
This July school holidays, the Australian Museum will be hosting a range of activities exploring the wildlife and much more.
Event Type: Kids
Date: 29 June 2013 to 14 July 2013
Time: 09.30 AM to 05.00 PM
Admission: See each program (below) for price information.
Art in Odd Places (AiOP) is an exciting international event where artists are encouraged to explore and develop projects that subtly disrupt pedestrians from their predictable path and move them towards a new awareness of their everyday environment.
Works will occur all along Dee Why Beach and around The Corso in plain view – transparent, accessible and interactive. This edition of AiOP invites artistic provocations that respond to the numerologies of our time and place. Artists can consider formula, postcode, theories, systems, amount, size, song, algorithm, fate and these are merely some of the possibilities for NUMBER. Make sure you apply before your number’s up, before it is too late.