Top events in NSW this September

28 August 2015

Spring is kicking off in New South Wales with a fantastic program of events to keep you entertained. Here are 5 of the top events coming up in NSW this September.

Sample Food Festival, Bangalow: 3 – 6 September

Sample Food Festival, Bangalow

Sample Food Festival, Bangalow

 

Head to Bangalow, just near Byron Bay and check out the Sample Food Festival. This Northern NSW food event runs for four days and showcases the best in local food and drink. Attracting more than 15,000 visitors each year, there are over 200 food stalls, as well as farmers markets, cooking demonstrations and more.

Coffs Harbour Running Festival, Coffs Harbour: 6 September

Coffs Harbour Running Festival

Coffs Harbour Running Festival

 

Raising money for local children’s’ charities, the annual Coffs Harbour Running Festival takes place on a picturesque bush trail on the Coffs Creek Walkway and is made up of a half marathon, a 10 km fun run, a 5 km fun run, and a 3 km family fun run/walk. It’s a great day out for the whole family.

Dubbo Stampede, Dubbo: 6 September

Dubbo Stampede

Dubbo Stampede

 

Held at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, the annual Dubbo Stampede is the only running event in Australia where you can run through a zoo. Close to a wide range of exotic and native animals, it is a truly unique running environment. Whether you want to walk, jog or run, come along to this one of a kind event.

Rally Australia, Coffs Harbour: 10 – 13 September

World Rally Championships, Coffs Coast

World Rally Championships, Coffs Coast

The beautiful Coffs Coast of New South Wales will play host once again to Rally Australia, the annual Australian leg of the FIA World Rally Championship. See teams from all over the world race through over 300 km of spectacular subtropical scenery, making this an action-packed event like no other.

Woolgoolga Curryfest: Woolgoolga: 26 September

Woolgoolga Curryfest

Woolgoolga Curryfest

Woolgoolga, near Coffs Harbour, plays host to Curryfest, and annual celebration of the town’s unique Punjabi heritage. You can sample delicious punjabi curries, local produce and multicultural food from over 100 stalls, and there is also a week of great events taking place in Woolgoolga in the lead-up to Curryfest.