What’s going on around New South Wales this November?

1 November 2013

November in New South Wales signals the start of an exciting event season, so we’ve compiled a list of some of the top events coming our way in November 2013.

Newtons Nation

Newton's Nation Newcastle

The Newton’s Nation event is coming to Newcastle to delight visitors with epic feats on wheels.

Kicking off the weekend in true, daring New South Wales style is this gravity-defying event in Newcastle, full of plenty of thrills on Saturday 2 November and Sunday 3 November.

Professional BMX freestyle riders will be competing for the title of ‘King of Dirt’, while the boarder X series brings together the best riders on four tiny wheels and the Australian Scooter Association offers prizes to the most daring and skilled scooterists.

Bring the whole family along to watch as these incredible athletes complete tricks you never thought were possible.

Tweed Foodie Fest

Here’s our pick of the foodie event during November!

The Tweed Foodie Fest is running from Wednesday 27 November through until the end of the weekend on December 1.

You’ll find succulent treats in the stunning Tweed hinterland, where local producers and suppliers put on a marvellous five-day spread of the best produce the region has to offer.

Go for a day or go for the whole shebang and enjoy local farm tours, tantalising tastes, cooking and food preparation workshops and, of course, the ever-popular dinner party.

Lithgow Flash Gift sports festival

This fiesta of sports has athletes from around the country lining up to take part on November 30 in Lithgow.

The headlining event is the ever-exciting and superfast sprint in the Centennial Coal Lithgow Gift for Women, which brings some of the fastest sprinters in Australia to the area. Another of the big events will be the Coal Services Five Kilometre Valley Challenge, which offers $2,000 in prize money for the fastest runner.

It’s a great day to head out to this gorgeous area of New South Wales to cheer on the athletes, take a picnic with the family and spend some time together enjoying the festival!

It’s a good idea to plan your trip and book  New South Wales accommodation in advance. Take your time investigating the sights, sounds and taste of the area – including the great choice of so many events.