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  1. Johns River Country Markets

    Saturday 11 March to Saturday 10 June 2017, Forster And Taree Area

    Come along to the grounds of Johns River Community Hall for the monthly markets. They are held on the second Saturday of the month. On display you will find a large range of stalls and old wares with home made items...

    11 Mar -10Jun
  2. Loop the Lake

    Sunday 12 March 2017, Lake Macquarie Area

    In it's 20th year, Loop the Lake is a charitable cycle ride around beautiful Lake Macquarie. All profits go to charities with the three major beneficiaries in 2017 being John Hunter Children's Hospital, Camp Quality...

    12 Mar
  3. Tracey Moffatt

    Friday 19 May to Saturday 8 July 2017, Bega

    Tracey Moffatt is one of Australia's most successful international artists, known for her film, photography and video works. Drawing on cinema, television and the media, her art is equally inspired by popular culture,...

    19 May -08Jul
  4. Siding Spring Observatory Open Day

    Saturday 30 September 2017, Coonabarabran

    For one day of the year, Siding Spring Observatory opens its telescopes to the public. It's your chance to take a closer look at the operations of Australia's largest optical telescope site.There'll be talks...

    30 Sep

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Festival and Events in NSW

Aussies love a good festival, and NSW's events calendar lures lots of out-of-towners, too. That's because our festivals are fun, they often revolve around food or music – and often they're completely unique. Gnome convention, anyone?

Wine may be the Hunter Valley's calling card, but you'll also find flower festivals, jazz festivals; historic movie nights and a heap of food festivals (even one around boutique beer for the non-wine drinkers).

If you're heading up to the Blue Mountains, there are walking festivals, flower festivals, folk, roots and blues music, wine fairs and, yes, that gnome convention!

Clear night skies are a given in Country NSW, so it's no secret there's a popular astronomy festival here. There are also open days for historic buildings, street theatre, busker and kite festivals and cool climate wine weeks to enjoy.

Don't forget the Snowy Mountains, the region's events include musters, bush poetry and high country art. There are also antique fairs, Easter events and a music festival which coincides with the launch of the winter ski season.

There's always something happening on NSW's North Coast, too – from nautical themed markets and guided walks to food trail tours. In Port Stephens, you'll find festivals created around everything from food and wine to whale watching.

Does chilli or curry float your boat? There are festivals devoted to both in Coffs Harbour! And of course, Byron Bay further north is a festival-goer's dream, with events on all year round covering everything from surfing to blues music.