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What's On in May

The weeks before winter seem like the perfect time to hibernate with a good book or head indoors for some yummy food & a decent movie. Lucky, in May there are opportunities to do all these things, with food, film & writing festivals all happening.

What’s on in April

After a long and sweaty Summer, the cooler months of Autumn are a welcome relief. However, it is also a good time to get out and enjoy the outdoors before the chill of Winter sets in and we all become homebodies. These events that will

What’s on in March

There are still plenty of Summery events happening throughout the first month of Autumn, from St Patrick’s Day & Easter celebrations to the Mardi Gras Parade in Sydney. Make the most out of the last month of daylight savings with these fun filled events: Newcastle

What’s On in February

Although the end of February also signals the end of summer, there is plenty happening throughout the second month of the year including Chinese New Year, Valentines Day and even and Undies Run (all in the name of charity of course) PLUS many more. Newcastle

What's on in January

With Summer in full swing it’s time to dust off the swimmers, sunscreen and mozzie repellent! It is officially festival season! Newcastle WHAT: Surfest WHEN: 20 January – 25 February 2018 WHERE: Newcastle MORE INFO: Sydney WHAT: Sydney Festival WHEN: 6 – 28 January

Food & Wine Picks for December

The end of the year is fast approaching which can only mean one thing… Silly season! See our picks below for Christmas food & wine events happening in your area: Newcastle WHAT: Collective Christmas Party WHEN: Saturday 16 December 2017 WHERE: The Edwards Bar MORE INFO:

Food & Wine Picks for November

As the weather warms up, so too does the festival season! See below for our picks of the yummy events happening in November: Newcastle WHAT: Bitter & Twisted Beer Festival WHEN: 4th & 5th November 2017 WHERE: 6-18 John St East Maitland 2323 MORE INFO:

Food & Wine Picks for October

Although the German’s kick off Oktoberfest celebrations in September, you will find that the Australian version tends to land more towards the end of October. Steins of beer, pork knuckle & giant pretzels – what’s not to love! Continue reading for the when & where