Whats happening in and around Tenterfield. If you are visiting Tenterfield check out the Tenterfield Tourism website to find out what’s on.
For more information check out their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Tenterfield-Show-Society-132165023503695/
A great variety of stalls that changes regularly, including Arts & Crafts, Woodwork, Bonsai, Leatherwork, Tarot Reading, Eco-friendly products, Natural beauty products, Hair styling, Gemstones, Buskers, Handmade soap, Silk scarves, Medicinal herbs, Healing oils, Herbs & Potted plants, Fruit & Veges, Clothes, Jewelery, Handicrafts, Face painting, 2nd Hand section, Goats and goat products, Alpaca products, cakes and hot food. 8am at Woodward Park, Drake, if good weather, or under cover at the Drake Village Resource Centre, (next door) if wet. Stall holders welcome, to book a stall please call 02 6737 6664. Fee $10. Drake market is held on the last Saturday each month.
14th February 2020 5.30pm to 9pm
Enjoy a family friendly evening under the festival lighting, listening to the cool tunes from our talented local musicians while enjoying fresh gourmet treats. The kids are catered for with a hall full of entertainment while you can chillax on the big outdoor bean bags, table and chairs or bring your own rug. Full bar service
For more information check out their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/554818258407204/
19th March 2020 – 22nd March 2020
Tenterfield Community FM Radio is hosting a “Back to the Sixties” festival.
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Tenterfield Railway Markets.
1st Saturday of the Month .
8.00 am to 12.00 noon at the Tenterfield Railway Museum. The Art & Crafts Market is held in the station forecourt. Stalls include;
1st Sunday of the Month
The best little Country Market between QLD & NSW. The pick of local art, craft and produce – hot food, coffee and entertainment. 8.00 am to 12.00 pm at the Wallangarra Railway Station
8th March, 5th April, 26th April, 3rd May 2020
This venue is the perfect setting for any event, be it a garden wedding, a workshop or even a garden tour. The gardens are exquisite, a photographer’s paradise, and include many differing garden rooms and water views within the 10 acre garden. There is ample parking space and buses can all be accommodated as well.
The self-guided tour costs $10 per person and kids under 16 are free. Devonshire teas/coffees are also available throughout the day at $5 each. Bring a hat and some closed in shoes and be prepared to have a wonderful time !! 20% of the proceeds will go back into the local community. See you soon !!
Please check the Glenrock gardens website for current open garden dates, as dates are subject to change. https://www.glenrockgardens.com.au/
25th to 28th March 2021
Oracles of the Bush is an annual event celebrating Australian bush poetry, music and art. This event boasts among the highest prize money for any bush poetry competition in the country. It includes a variety of events such as a Children’s Concert, Poets’ Concert featuring professional poets, poetry competition heats and final, Patti’s Bling dance, breakfasts, lunches and the Poets’ Brawl breakfast in Jubilee Park.
10th to 13th September 2020
Thursday 10th September to Sunday 13th September 2020s
A celebration of Peter Allen, his music and achievements, all in the iconic town of Tenterfield. https://www.facebook.com/peterallenfestival/