NSW is ready to spring into life this September, with a range of exciting events taking place across the state. Take a trip to a country town, take on the slopes of the Snowy Mountains, or check out some of NSW’s best music festivals this month.

Read on to find out more about some of the fun events in NSW this September.

Snowtunes Music Festival, Jindabyne, 1 – 2 September

Snow Tunes Festival Jindabyne. Snowy Mountains Things to Do and Events

Snowtunes Festival, Snowy Mountains.

Pack your snow gear and head to Jindabyne in September for the Snowtunes Music Festival. Held in Lake Jindabyne, this is Australia’s only music festival held in the snow and showcases some of the newest and hottest acts in the country. This year’s lineup features a range of Australian talent, including Gang of Youths, Safia and LDRU.

Newcastle International Supermoto, Newcastle, 2 – 3 September

Newcastle International Supermoto, Newcastle things to do and events.

Newcastle International Supermoto, Newcastle.

Fans of motorsports rejoice as the Newcastle International Supermoto returns for another year. Take a trip to Newcastle Showground and watch the excitement build as homegrown and international riders battle it out to be crowned the 2017 champion. The challenging course is made up of a combination of speedway track, purpose-built dirt tracks and road circuits sure to put the competitors through their paces.  

Woolgoolga Curryfest, Woolgoolga, 23 September

Woolgoolga Curryfest 2016 Visit NSW Events and Things to Do

Woolgoolga Curryfest 2016, Woolgoolga.

Head to the NSW North Coast to celebrate the unique Punjabi culture of Woolgoolga. Now in its 10th year, Curryfest is the perfect place to sample curries from around the world, learn about the town’s rich Sikh heritage and dance to traditional Indian music. The festival will include over 150 food and market stalls, live music, rides and entertainment for the kids, as well as a special meditation zone.  

Football Federation Australia National Youth Championships for Boys, Coffs Harbour, 25 – 29 September

FFA National Youth Championships, Coffs Harbour. NSW Things to do and events

FFA National Youth Championships, Coffs Harbour.

Come and cheer on football’s newest stars! The FFA National Youth Championships for Boys is Australia’s primary national football competition for boys aged 13 and 14 years old. Held in Coffs Harbour, the championships are an important part of the FFA National Youth Development program and are a great platform for discovering some of the country’s most promising young soccer stars.

Deniliquin Ute Muster, Deniliquin, 29 – 30 September

Deniliquin Ute Muster, Riverina Region. Visit NSW Events and Things to do

Deniliquin Ute Muster, Deniliquin.

Head out to Riverina region this month for the Deniliquin Ute Muster Festival. Celebrating all things Aussie, the Ute Muster Festival is one of Australia’s premier rural events. Join in the fun with 24 hours of music held over two days, as well as circus attractions, rodeo spectaculars, camel rides and more. Watch the AFL on the big screen and bring the whole family along for a true blue weekend of fun.

Yours and Owls Festival, Wollongong, 30 September – 1 October

Yours and Owls Festival, Wollongong. NSW Things to do and events

Yours and Owls Festival, Wollongong.

In late September, music lovers converge on Wollongong for the eclectic Yours and Owls Festival. This exciting festival showcases the best in homegrown and international talent, with acts like Dune Rats, At The Drive In and The Presets taking to the stage at Stuart Park. A celebration of music, art and culture, Yours and Owls Festival will also feature a range of  interactive exhibitions, artisan markets, fringe performances and more.


There’s plenty to see and do in NSW this September!