What’s on in Sydney in April 2023

April is usually a holiday month in Australia when Easter and Anzac Day meet. The first school term ends, resulting in lots of people having time off work.

Temperatures continue to decrease, and rain is not unusual. We have stopped camping at this time of year because we have been rained out so often.

It’s the perfect time for locals to plan a getaway but start early if you are considering an Easter weekend. If you are visiting from out of town, then either book early or avoid that week entirely.

Average Temperatures: 23-15°C ( 63-43°F)
While each year varies the last April was unusually dry with only 2 days of rain.

New events and updated content are added to these pages as it becomes available. Please contact us if you have an event you would like to share.

Major Events in April

Key events in April are:

The Royal Easter Show

Since 1823 farmers have been bringing the country to town for the Royal Agricultural Show a two-week agricultural affair held at the Sydney Olympic Park.

The show awards over 15,000 trophies for everything from livestock and farm skills to photography and cake decorating.

Enjoy seeing the baby farm animals, sample produce from around the state, play all the old-school sideshow games, and then head to the stadium for precision driving and the nightly fireworks show.

Where: Sydney Olympic Park
When: 6-17 April 2023
Cost: $41 approx.
More: Find out everything about the show here.

See our full list of Easter Events here

Anzac Day

Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand to commemorate Australians and New Zealanders service people who have served their country.

Dawn Services are held in every town across the country, with the biggest one being in Martin Place. If you get the opportunity to attend, I highly recommend it.

Breakfast and a parade through the city streets follow the service. Once the official ceremony is complete, everyone hit the pub to try their luck at Two-Up.

Where: Martin Place and George St Sydney
When: 25th April
More: Find out more about Anzac Day here

Festivals, Fairs and Markets

Australian Heritage Festival

A celebration of the heritage and culture of Australia through ceremony, song and dance, performance art, talks, and tour.

Where: Across the country
When: 10 April – 14 May 2023

Cronulla Easter Market

After being canceled by bad weather, it’s all fingers crossed that this popular market goes off without a hitch this month.

Over 150 stalls with a large range of goods from arts ‘n crafts, jewellery and textiles, fashion and toys, and plenty of food and drink.

Where: Don Lucas Reserve, 1 Mitchell Road, Cronulla
When: April 1 & 2, 2023, 10 am-3 pm

Bronte Bazaar Saturday Markets

Browse over 30 local market stalls at the next Bronte Bazaar markets. Browse plants, vintage, arts, crafts, and food.

Where: 375 Bronte Rd, Bronte
When: 3 April – and the first Saturday of the month throughout the year

Living Futures Festival

A day not only for inspiration and information but for entertainment, fun, networking, and socializing featuring a unique, week-long, thought-provoking speaker series around North Sydney, the Living Futures Festival is the perfect opportunity for your group or organization to engage with the community, promote your organization, generate leads, and network.

Where: The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability 2 Balls Head Dr, Waverton
When: 30 April 2023

10th Serbian Festival Sydney

Come down to the 10th Annual Serbian Festival Sydney which is an outdoor event open to all ages and family-friendly. Loads of fun for the family to enjoy with free entry, live entertainment all day, music, dancing, laughter, food and drink, and great Serbian hospitality! So come down bring some friends and enjoy everything the Serbian Community has to offer in Australia!

Where: Pyrmont Bay Park
When: 22-23 April 2023 at 12 pm – 20pm
More: Check their website for more details

Suitcase Rummage

Head to The Goods Line in Ultimo, between the Powerhouse Museum Cafe and the Frank Gehry UTS Building for a cool market experience.

Suitcase Rummage is a hassle-free mini market with big rewards. Buy secondhand and handmade items from the suitcases set up along the path.

Expect to find vintage items, artwork, clothing, books, jewellery, seconds, handmade shoes, records, music, badges, cards, and handmade paper at the event.

Join the Rummage experience as a seller ($33) or the buyer (free)

Where: The Goods Line, Ultimo
When: 30 April 2023 at 11 am-3 pm
More: Check their website for more details

Round She Goes Market

Round She Goes is Sydney’s favourite market for women’s preloved and vintage fashion. The market features 70+ handpicked stallholders who will sell women’s preloved designer fashion, quality vintage and retro fashion, handmade jewellery + accessories.

There is free parking at the venue, and the 423 bus stops right outside (or it’s a 13-minute walk from Marrickville station)

Where: PCYC Marrickville, 531 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville
When: 10 am-3 pm, Saturday 15 April 2023 (one day only!)
Cost: Entry is $4 (cash or card accepted)
More: Check their website for more details

Sydney Vegan Market

Get ready to feast on some of the BEST FOOD Sydney has to offer. It’s free entry and we’ve got LOADS of food and cruelty-free goodies! There’ll be live vegan artists at the main stage, free yoga, and face painting at the Art Space for $5!

Where: Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park
When: 30 April 2023 at 9 am – 4 pm
Cost: FREE entry
More: Check their website for more details

Musicals, Opera and Theatre

David Williamson’s Rhinestone Rex and Miss Monica

What does a classical violinist and country Western lover have in common?

Monica, a highly-strung member of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, is forced to give up the violin because of her RSI. Left to mope around her Glebe apartment full of resentment and anger, renovating her kitchen seems like a good distraction.

Where: Ensemble 78 McDougall St, Kirribilli
When: 10 March to 29 April 23 

The Australian Ballet: Don Quixote

Don Quixote pays tribute to Rudolf Nureyev and Robert Helpmann’s 1973 film with a vibrant stage spectacle featuring Ludwig Minkus’ Spanish-flavoured score, colourful costumes, and sets. Experience a painting come to life with The Australian Ballet’s classical ballet production.

Don Quixote Credit: Australian Ballet

Where: Joan Sutherland Theatre – Sydney Opera House
When: 8-25 April 7:30 pm

Into the Woods

Celebrate Stephen Sondheim’s birthday with Belvoir’s lo-fi production of Into the Woods. Enjoy stunning lyrics and a score that will make you laugh and cry.

Where: Upstairs Theatre, Belvoir St Theatre
When: 18 March – 23 April 2023
Tickets: Full price from $72, Seniors from $62, Concession from $52, 30-Down from $50, Student Saver from $37.

Burrbgaja Yalirra 2

A trilogy of new short works, Burrbgaja Yalirra 2 highlights trans-Indigenous and intercultural collaboration in contemporary dance. Following the company’s critically acclaimed, international season of Jurrungu Ngan-ga in 2022, Burrbgaja Yalirra 2 features a trilogy of short works that trace histories of migration, relocation, cultural adaption, and survival and draws on the power of ancestral presence to remember the future.

Where: Bay 20, Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh
When: 21-29 April 2023
Tickets: $50 + BF (adult) $40 + BF (concession)

La Cage Aux Folles

La Cage aux Folles (1983) broke barriers for gay representation on Broadway. Its act one finale, I Am What I Am, became a celebrated “gay anthem” and has been widely recorded.

An all-new Australian production starring five-time Helpmann Award winner Paul Capsis (Cabaret The Musical, Head-On) in the role of Albin and Michael Cormick, (The Phantom of the Opera, Beauty, and the Beast) as Georges his partner with an all-star cast including Zoe Ventoura (Packed To The Rafters, Home, and Away), Anthony Brandon Wong (Matrix Reloaded, The Family Law), Lucia Mastrantone (Looking For Alibrandi, The Harp in the South)

Where: State Theatre, Market Street, Sydney
When: 19-23 April 2023
Tickets: From $49.95.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Starring Paulini as the Narrator, Euan Fistrovic Doidge as Joseph, Trevor Ashley as Pharaoh, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, this vibrant musical is a dazzling production not to be missed!

Where: Capitol Theatre, 13 Campbell St, Haymarket, Sydney
When: Closomg 16 April 2023

Fantastic Mr Fox

One of Roald Dahl’s biggest, brightest, and bushiest characters comes to life in this audio-visual extravaganza. Fantastic Mr Fox sees live actors interact with lush and beautifully-realised animations, bringing to life the magic and touching detail of Dahl’s fantastical world.

Where: Roslyn Packer Theatre
When: 19 – 30 APRIL 2023, Evening performances 6 pm / Matinee performances 10.30 am, 1 pm
Tickets: $47- $49. Check the website for more details.

Alice in the Wonderland 2023

Join Alice on her adventures in Wonderland and meet the White Rabbit, Dodo, Duchess, Cheshire Cat, Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Dormouse. Enjoy the absurdity of the tea party with these curious characters.

Where: Pioneer Garden, The Royal Botanic Garden
When: 8-23 April 2023 (show run: 90 mins)
Tickets: Wed-Thurs: $25 per person OR $90 per group of 4, Fri-Sun: $30 per person or $110 per group of 4. Check the website for more details.

Cirque Mother Africa

Cirque Mother Africa is 100% African 100% Energy and 100% Family Fun. A cultural experience like no other. Get ready to be transported to the pulsating heart of Africa in this vibrant and highly entertaining blockbuster production.

Where: Details more here
When: 29 March 2023 – 23 April 2023
More: Tickets are available on their website.

Dancing in Fetters

Step into an intriguing exhibition that traces the origins and largely unknown aspects of life in the early penal colony. A national tour that draws on the doctoral research of historian Dr. Heather Blasdale Clarke. It sheds a light on a largely unknown aspect of life in the early penal colony and the nature of dance as an expression of freedom, defiance, and self-identity.

Where: Level 2, The Rocks Discovery Museum, Kendall Ln The Rocks
When: Wednesday 1 February – Friday 28 April 2023. Free!

West Side Story

“West Side Story is a theatrical phenomenon, as is Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. This combination has proved winning before and we highly anticipate that it will again,” said Ms Allan.

This electrifying, larger-than-life production of West Side Story opened in 2019 to rapturous acclaim and remains the most successful of all Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour productions, having attracted record audience numbers, and selling more than 65,000 tickets.

Where: Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney
When: 22 March–21 April 2024
Full guide here

Comedy, Music and Dance

Sydney Comedy Festival Gala

Catch the hottest acts of the Sydney Comedy Festival all in one incredible show! Sydney’s biggest month of comedy kicks off in grand style with the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at the iconic Sydney Opera House. Featuring a dazzling line-up of the Festival’s funniest international stars, Australian legends, and next-big-things in comedy, the Gala is the premier comedy event in Sydney’s cultural calendar.

Where: Concert Hall
When: 25th April 2023
Tickets: $99.90. More info here.

Candlelight: Best of Fleetwood Mac at SMC

Discover the music of Fleetwood Mac at Sydney Masonic Centre under the gentle glow of candlelight. With pianist Van-Anh Nguyen and Ezmi Pepper on cello.

Where: Sydney Masonic Centre
When:  14 April and 26 May at 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m
Tickets: $54. More info here.

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2023

Australia’s biggest and best comedy festival featuring the best and brightest of the 2023 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, we’re bringing the funny to you!

Where: Prices vary depending on the performer
When: 26 April 2023 – 29 June 2023
More: Check their website for updates

Candlelight: 100 Years of Warner Bros.

Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in Sydney. Celebrate a century of iconic classics from the most renowned WB franchises of all times in a candlelit setting and discover astonishing cinema, music, and iconic magical moments from the Warner Bros. library at St. Stephen’s Uniting Church under the gentle glow of candlelight.

Where: SBW Stables Theatre – 10 Nimrod Street, Darlinghurst
When: Saturday 22 April 2023, at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. (select during purchase)
Tickets: $84 More details on the website.

Roger Sanchez & Mark Knight

Calling all music lovers as the man, the myth, Roger Sanchez teams up with DJ world veteran Mark Knight for an exclusive performance in Sydney.

Where: 330 George Street, Sydney
When: 1 April 2023 at 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Tickets: From $75.12.

Basement Jaxx (DJ Set)

Rodd Richards Presents and T1000 Events are proud to present the Australian tour of BASEMENT JAXX (DJ set) in April 2023!

The legendary duo Basement Jaxx is making its way to Sydney for its highly anticipated DJ tour this April. Widely respected as one of the world’s most legendary house duos, Basement Jaxx has been a global crowd favorite for over 20 years.

Where: Greenwood Hotel 36 Blue St North Sydney
When: 8 April 2023 at 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Tickets: From $94.53.

Heaven’s Greatest Hits

This musical extravaganza showcases Jason Singh’s vocal prowess as he performs the most loved hits of our generation, including songs by Elvis Presley, Prince, George Michael, David Bowie, Michael Hutchence, Freddie Mercury, and more. This world-class hit-after-hit spectacular, leads to an unforgettable journey, celebrating the anthems that have provided a timeless soundtrack to our lives.

Where: Sydney Opera House
When: Monday 24 April 2023

360 Allstars

A phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation, 360 ALLSTARS connects the street with the elite to deliver a supercharged urban circus. Boasting a stellar cast of World Champion & World Record-holding artists & athletes, 360 ALLSTARS is a spectacular fusion of the extraordinary artistry that emerges from street culture.

Where: The Concourse Concert Hall, Chatswood
When: 19 April 2023- 20 April 2023 at 19 April 2 pm / 20 April 7 pm

Film Festivals

Fantastic Film Festival Australia

The Festival’s 27 features offer a unique blend of animation, magical realism, horror, and more. Special events such as Q&A screenings, live performances, a world-first scratch-and-sniff screening, music video blind dates, and nude sessions make this program the Festival’s biggest yet.

Where: Sydney: Ritz Cinemas, Randwick
When: Friday, 14 April – Sunday 30 April 2023


Using an innovative blend of science fiction tropes, live cinema, and exquisitely detailed 1:8 miniatures, UFO is a funny, freaky encounter of the third kind from regroup performance collective Kirby Medway & Solomon Thomas that we promise you’ve never experienced before.

Where: SBW Stables Theatre – 10 Nimrod Street, Darlinghurst
When: 18 – 29 April 2023, Monday to Friday at 7 pm / Saturday at 1 pm & 7 pm
Tickets: Full $62 / Seniors, Previews $52 / Concession $46 / Under 35 $38.

Alliance Française French Film Festival 2023

Calling all French film fans for the whopping 34th year, Australia’s Alliance Française French Film Festival is screening a feast of flicks from the other side of the world with an opening-night pick – Masquerade, spinning a tale of glitz, glamour, and the Côte d’Azur’s far-less-glossy underbelly under La Belle Époque’s director Nicolas Bedos’ guidance — and with Pierre Niney (Yves Saint Laurent) and Isabelle Adjani (The World Is Yours) among his stars.

Where: Palace Central, Palace Verona, Palace Norton St, Chauvel Cinema, Hayden Orpheum Cremorne
When: April 5, 2023

Sunset Cinema North Sydney

Enjoy the sun going down and the stars coming out as Sunset Cinema brings you the ultimate Australian summer experience. Bringing their signature mix of new release blockbusters, all-time classics, and family favourites with even more screening nights, delicious F&B options, and good times!

Check out the rest of the Outdoor Cinema in Sydney

When: 1 April 2023
Where: Miller Street North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia

Food and Drink Events

Decorate Your Own Chocolate Bilby

Decorate a chocolate Bilby for Easter with a range of coloured icing, sprinkles, smarties, and silver pearls. As you create your fantastic edible art, you’ll learn about our threatened species and protecting habitat. Perfect for all ages. Please note, children under 10 will need an adult’s help.

Where: Maiden Theatre Mrs Macquaries Road
When: Saturday, 1 April 2023 at 11am – 12pm
Tickets: $35.

Alice in Wonderland Buffet High Team

Take a trip down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass to the magnificent Grand Ballroom for a high tea experience fit for all the little Kings and Queens of Hearts.

Alice in Wonderland High Tea
Alice in Wonderland High Tea

Weave through a labyrinth of assorted mini sweets, pastries, gourmet sandwiches, savory bites, and indulgent desserts!

See a full range of Easter High Teas on our Easter events page.

Where: Shangri La Hotel 176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks
When: 14 April 2023
Tickets: $79. More details here

Neverland Bar

Be treated to all kinds of magical cocktails (2x bespoke cocktails included with the ticket) sprinkled with faith and a little bit of pixie dust, Visitors to the Neverland pop-up (by the creators of The Alice Cocktail Experience and The Wizard’s Den) can leave reality behind and dive into the timeless classic, where, whether it’s hiding from Captain Hook or tasting the magic of Tinkerbell in cocktail form, like Peter himself, you will never want to leave.

When: 19 April 2023 -16 July 2023 at 11:30 AM 19 April / 22:30 PM 16 July
Where: 280 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills, Sydney
Tickets: Over 18yo. General admission ticket $39 + BF More details are here.

Art, Exhibitions and Workshops

Steve McCurry ICONS: An Extraordinary Photo Exhibition

Steve McCurry ICONS is an extraordinary exhibition in Sydney showcasing the work of Steve McCurry, one of the greatest photographers to date. Learn about his career, his photography, and much more. Immerse yourself in the world of this famous and audacious photographer in an unprecedented photography exhibition! With more than 100 large-format photographs.

When: 12 April 2023- 11 June 2023
Where: Pier ⅔ Walsh Bay
Tickets: $29. More details here

First Nations Speaker Series: Tony Albert

Tony Albert is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice investigates contemporary legacies of colonialism to prompt audiences to contemplate the human condition. Drawing on both personal and collective histories, Albert explores the ways in which optimism can be utilised to overcome adversity.

When: 13 April 2023
Where: Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney
Tickets: Free, registrations recommended. More info on their website.

I Talk Through My Art and My Art Talks Through Me

I Talk Through My Art and My Art Talks Through Me is an exhibition curated by Danny Eastwood’s son, Jamie Eastwood, featuring a broad selection of new and old paintings, prints, cartoons, and ce­ramics spanning over four decades of artistic prac­tice. Get inspired by his extensive art practice that continues to be an inspiration to many generations of artists.

Where: The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre
When: 2 March to 15 April 2023 from 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
Ticket: Free

Indigenous Cultural Tours

The Coal Loader, together with the Aboriginal Heritage Office, and Koori Kinnections, are hosting free cultural tours and workshops each season.

Where: The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability 2 Balls Head Drive, Waverton
When: 12 April 2023 at 10:30 am – 12 pm
More details here

Twilight Bites: Sea, Land, and Country

Join leading Indigenous ecologist, Dr. Chels Marshall, as she discusses the stories and practices of First Nations peoples and their deep connection to the ocean and marine life. Discover how, for some clan groups, identity and community are tied to the ocean. Learn how signs from the land and sea have been used to predict shark behaviours and have informed sustainable relationships with marine life.

When: Wednesday 5 April 2023 at 5.30 pm – 7 pm | 7 pm – 8.30 pm
Where: LG, Members Lounge
Tickets: $72 Members, $90 non-members, $81 Concession. More details are here.


Get ready to enjoy stories and artmaking inspired by the MCA Collection featuring creative play sessions for children 0 – 5 years and grownups.

When: 5 April 2023 at 10 am–12 pm
Where: Creative studios, NCCL: Level 3
Tickets: Free

Art Kintsugi Workshop with Yoko Kawada

Kintsugi is a century-old Japanese craftwork where broken ceramic objects are pieced back together using lacquer and gold dust based on the philosophy of Wabi Sabi, finding beauty in imperfection. This process transforms rescued objects to create a new piece of art and live in a more sustainable way. All materials are included and at the end, you will have your own Kintsugi art to take home.

When: 27-28 April 2023, Thursday 27 April 10 am – 3 pm / Friday 28 April 10 am – 3 pm
Where: Maiden Theatre Royal Botanic Garden, Mrs. Macquaries Road Sydney
Tickets: $210 ($190 Foundation & Friends Members). More details are here.

Printmaking for Kids

Inspired by Uncle Badger Bates’ work displayed in the new Barka exhibition, little artists will experiment and explore while learning how to create monoprints or layered prints and use unique materials to carve drawings into foam.

When: Monday 17 & Tuesday 18 April 2023 at 10.30 am & 1 pm
Where: LG, Patricia McDonald Education Room 1
Tickets: $52 per child (Members), ‎‏$65 per child (non-Members). Creative Kids vouchers are accepted. More details are here.

Geology Gardening

Join this collaborative artwork as you build a garden of gemstones, minerals, and precious stones out of paper, and take a walk through the Minerals gallery to be inspired by our crystal and rock collection before honing in your observation and drawing skills to design your crystal or rock.

When: 11-12 April 2023 at 10.30 am – 3.30 pm
Where: Level 2, Burra
Tickets: Free. More details are here.

Make your own lei using recycled materials

In this hands-on activity, kids will learn how to make their very own lei using recycled materials to highlight the climate emergency facing Pacific countries and teach them the importance of caring for their Country.

When: 11 – 12 April 2023
Where: Queens Square, Macquarie Street Sydney
Tickets: Free, registrations required. More details are here.

The North Sydney Living Futures Sustainability Festival

An event not to be missed! This is a day for inspiration and information, entertainment, fun, networking and socialising. Stage entertainment, workshops, stalls, kids’ activities, guided walks and tours are just a few of the things that will be on offer for a great day out at one of Sydney’s most iconic harbourside sites.

When: 24-30 April 2023, 10am to 4pm
Where: The Coal Loader
More details are here.

Sports and Outdoor Events

Riding for Positive Mental Health

A 12-week program that combines the physical activity of bike riding with mental health education, offers community participants a holistic approach to proactive self-care, arming them with skills to apply life-long that nurture resilience, emotional control, better management of ‘adverse mental health’ including stress, anxiety and depression, enhanced wellbeing and counseling/coaching support, along with education and practice on bike/riding skills, with strengthened community connection, through weekly learning workshops and riding in groups. The combination of sports and mental health education is key to the development of ‘positive mental health’ and well-being.

Where: Sydney Olympic Park
When: Starting Wednesday 26 April 2023
Tickets: Free. This is a fully funded 12-week program with no cost to you. Check their website for updates

Run2cure 2023

Choose from a great selection of run distances including 21.1k, 10k, 5k, 3k, 2.2k Relay, and 1k Little Heroes Walk. activities and entertainment throughout the morning. Make a real difference to children affected by this disease by raising vital funds for research into kinder and more effective treatments for this aggressive childhood cancer.

The Little Heroes 1km encourages children to dress up as superheroes! There will also be a host of family-friendly.

Where: The Domain, Art Gallery Road
When: Sunday, 2 April 2023
Tickets: $20- $60 (Ticket prices vary on how many KM you will be signing up)

Liberty Women’s A-Leagues

The much-anticipated Liberty Women’s A-League finals kick off in Sydney on Saturday, April 15, and will reach the pinnacle with the Grand Final on Sunday, April 30.

It’s a landmark year for women’s football, and soon our Matildas will take on the world, so this is something to celebrate!

Where: CommBank Stadium, Parramatta, NSW
When: Sunday, April 30, 4 pm kick-off.
Tickets here.

The Redline Games

The Inaugural Redline Games held at Sydney’s International Regatta centre will take place in April. The Games will host a range of urban, water, and land-based sports including triathlons, cross fit, fun runs, open water swims, road cycling, speed skating, break dancing, and bicycle trials.

When: 1 – 2 April 2023
More details on their website.

Track Day at Luddenham Raceway

These days are great for vehicle testing, shakedowns, or simply getting out on a track and enjoying your vehicle while you can drive at your own pace and explore the upper limits of your vehicle. Laps are electronically timed, and available through a simple phone App or on the HDTV display in the centre.

When16 April 2023 at 09:00 AM – 04:00 PM
More details on their website

NSW Regional Events in June

Blue Mountains Antique Fair

Shop antiques and retro items from around the country at our one-day event. This fair offers antiques, collectibles, furniture, glassware, jewellery, china, vintage clothing, and more. Browse our range of regional dealers for a special item or a great bargain.

The guesthouse refurbishment will include rare items not seen in over 100 years. Food vendors and Devonshire Tea will be served at the guesthouse. The event will take place regardless of weather conditions.

When: Sunday 2nd April 2023, Time: 10.30am-3.00pm
Where: Victoria and Albert Guesthouse, 19 Station St, Mount Victoria, 

Hawkesbury Show – 2023

Don’t miss the 2023 Hawkesbury Show – NSW’s biggest regional agricultural event! Enjoy fireworks displays, carnival rides, show bags, local produce, games, and more. Plus, watch agricultural events and free family entertainment like FMX Motor Bike Stunt Team, Woodchop Spectacular, and Mower Mania. Fireworks on Friday and Saturday nights.

When: 28 April- 30 April 2023
Where: Hawkesbury Showground – 40 Racecourse Road Hawkesbury
Cost: $23

Nooroo Garden Open Days – Autumn 2023

Nooroo Garden is one of Australia’s best-known gardens and showcases the beauty and spectacle of plant and flower species from around the world, as well as Australian native plants. Come along with your family and friends and admire the wonderful maples, forsythia, liquid amber, and many other rare plants in all their autumn splendour.

When: 7 April 2023 – 28 May 2023 opens every day from 10 am to 4.30 pm
Where: Church Lane, Mount Wilson, NSW, Australia
More info on their website.

fantastic forms – Exhibition at Bundanon

When: 1 April – 18 June 2023 Wed to Sunday.
Where: Bundanon – 170 Riversdale Road, Illaroo 

Sail Port Stephens

Sail Port Stephens is an annual yachting regatta held every April on the pristine waters of Port Stephens. The Commodores Cup (PHS) and Port Stephens Trophy (ORC Club) will now run over five days with 27 April retained as the lay day and a major social event planned for Wednesday 26 April.

When: 24 -29 April
Where: Port Stephens
More info on their website.

Mudgee Classic Cycling

Set in New South Wales’ beautiful Mudgee wine region, the Mudgee Classic will surely be a bike ride to remember. Catering for all levels of cycling ability, the event offers four courses: 175km Maxi Classic, 125km Challenge Classic, 65km Rouleurs Classic, 55km Dirty Mudgee and the 35km Social Classic. More information 

When: 29 – 30 April
Where: Mudgee
More info on their website.

Liberty A-League Women’s Grand Final

The Liberty A-League Women’s Grand Final marks another exciting moment in a historic year for women’s football.

When: 30 April
Where: Commbank Stadium
More info on their website.

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