Sporting Events in NSW
If you love sport, NSW's regions offer a multitude of reasons to get your game face on. From fun runs to fishing, golf to gymnastics, you'll find a range of exciting events to choose from all over the State.
Join the locals in Country NSW and place a bet at the race track, watch some of the best anglers go head to head in a freshwater fishing competition, or check out a rodeo or cycling festival. Wherever you go, you're sure to find a fun community event to enjoy.
There's a great football history in Newcastle on NSW's Central Coast, and the city goes mad for the A-League season from October to April. Further north, take advantage of NSW's legendary weather to enjoy racing carnivals, triathalons, cycle challenges on the Coffs Coast.
A range of fishing tournaments and a mountain biking endurance race are just some of the sporting events you'll find in Batemans Bay on NSW's South Coast. The region is also home to great racing carnivals, rodeos, iron man competitions and a large choice of rugby and touch footy tournaments throughout the year.
Valley Team Penning was formed after a group of riders found there was a need for a club in the Lower Hunter/Newcastle area. The first event was held at Gresford in 2011 and was a massive success. Sin...
Not for Profit Community Running Festival. The event is a Half Marathon and a 10 kilometre Fun Run. In 2010 the event attracted 1200 registered participants from across the State, interstate and sever...www.centralcoasthalfmarathon.com
Narromine Junior World Gliding Championships Pre World Event to be held over the first two weeks in December 2014 at Narromine Aerodrome and will attract 70 gliders from Australia and abroad.
The NSW Touch Association will host the 38th Annual State Cup in Port Macquarie. The State Cup is the premier Touch competition for New South Wales Touch Affiliates, offering Affiliates from across Ne...www.pmhc.nsw.gov.au/Lists/Council-Events/2014-NSW-Touch-Association-State-Cup
Every year the Natureland Classic Motorcycle Club conducts a Toy Run in December collecting toys to make Christmas a little brighter for disadvantaged children in the Macleay Valley.
Eight seconds may not be long, except when you're on the back of a 500 kg bull.
The Brewarrina Drought Busting Rodeo promises to be exciting. Gates will open at 5pm.
Head to the Ti Tree Racecourse for the biggest race day in Cooma. Held annually, on the first Saturday in December, with the main race being the 'Sundowner's Cup' - named in honour of the...