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Sport. Music. Art. Food. Culture.

There are so many (yes, so many!) events happening along the Grand Pacific Drive every week. From festivals to sporting events, concerts, high teas, shows, race days and more. 

Use the Events Finder below to see what's happening while you're travelling the Drive and be sure to include an event in your itinerary. 

Events Finder


Community Moonlight Movies: Corrimal

04 March 17Short Street

Minions (rated PG) Come and enjoy a free, family-friendly movie night at Corrimal under the stars. Bring your picnic blanket, snacks and friends for this family favourite.


Grapest 5K Run... sip happens! Shoalhaven

04 March 171335 Bolong Road

You've never run a race quiet like this one! The latest crazy thing to hit Australia is the Grapest 5K Run... sip happens! They’re going to take you on an outdoor evening adventure… a fun run with a cork-stopping twist. Imagine running through the vineyards and trails of some of the most exquisite wine regions in Australia at dusk - a five kilometre or 10 kilometre sunset run - followed by a one kilometre wine tasting walk! One kilometre, four wine tasting stations, eight beautiful wines. It is just long enough to get the heart rate up if that’s your thing, short enough to suit the more laid-back adventurer, and just right for everyone! Whether you’re a running enthusiast, a lover of fine wines, or just love a great time out, the Grapest 5K Run is a race like no other. Whatever you prefer, you will never have another experience like the Grapest 5K Run! And then let’s party... stay as the sun sets… play, take a tour, kick back, and have a blast with live band, 'Hurricane Fall'!


Blood, Sweat and Beers

04 March 17170 Pioneer Road

Blood Sweat and Beers - The Concert is a three part show, blistering over three hours with former members of AC/DC, The Angels, Rose Tattoo and Screaming Jets. This assault features the cream of rock n roll outfits. These music industry legends have performed to millions of people, had dozens of hit singles in the ARIA charts, sold millions of albums and been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. This concert features, Bon Scott Classic AC/DC songs bettered only by AC/DC themselves, a set of The Angels favourites and Screaming Jets hits, and to bring it home a blistering set of Ross Tattoo classics fronted by the great man himself Angry Anderson.


Bermagui Seaside Fair

11 March 17Lamont Street

The Bermagui Seaside Fair, held annually on the second Saturday in March, is a free fun-filled day of entertainment and activities for everyone. This multi-award winning community and tourism event attracts around 10,000 people, many staying for the weekend and longer. Saturday is the main event day and includes a Bermagui Blessing, Poet's Breakfast, Umbrellas of Bermagui, fancy dress street parade, over 100 market and food stalls, carnival, sandcastle competition, charity auction, children's entertainment and novelty events, music and entertainment on two stages, pet pageant and much more. The day concludes with a spectacular fireworks display over Horseshoe Bay. There is also a themed art show, 'Art in Place' and photographic and arts and crafts exhibitions held from the Friday before to the Sunday after the Fair.


EAT Merimbula

12 March 17Fishpen Road

EAT Merimbula is a premium foodie providore event that is held at Fishpen, overlooking the picturesque Merimbula Lake. The fertile soil and clear waters of the Sapphire Coast have long been known to provide world class fresh produce and sustainable, seasonal seafood. In the skilled hands of our local chefs, our region's harvest becomes an experience to be savoured. EAT Merimbula celebrates our best chefs and food entrepreneurs. Think gourmet sliders, giant paellas, mouth watering oysters and mussels, local wine and beer – and plenty of surprises. Bring a picnic rug and settle in for a lakeside feast. Dishes are capped at $8 For more information please visit their website.


Bowls World Cup

14 March 17Jason Avenue

The Bowls World Cup will be staged at Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club in NSW, and will see over 20 nations compete from Asia, the Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and North America in both male and female singles events. Free entry and rink-side viewing.


Bundanoon Highland Gathering Festival

01 April 1762 Erith Street

The fortieth anniversary, annual Highland Gathering Festival is where Bundanoon becomes Brigadoon for a day. If you're looking for the perfect family day out then head to Australia's premier Scottish Highland Gathering - Bundanoon is Brigadoon. Scotland, with a wee bit of Aussie flavour. The gathering is a non-profit, registered charity event that readily distributes the funds from the day to local charities and volunteer groups that assist the organisers in the administration of the gathering. Enjoy a street parade with marching pipe bands, Clan Societies, children's decorated floats, The Tartan Warriors: Bundanoon Stones of Manhood, Mary Kiani: Scottish Singer, String Loaded Fiddle Band: Bob MacInnes and Friends: Fiddler performing in the Fiddlers Tent, Scottish Highland and Country Dancing, 120 speciality crafts, souvenirs and food stalls. At the oval, experience massed bands, highland and Scottish country dancing, traditional and not-so-traditional highland games and the Southern Highlands Kennel and Obedience Club.


Four Winds Presents: The Sounds of Tango and Flamenco

14 April 17Four Winds Road

Continuing the tradition of bringing music excellence to the beautiful far South Coast for 25 years, Four Winds now embarks on a path to share popular, international rhythms of the world with new audiences as well welcoming back our committed audience. Over three days at Easter 2017, an open invitation is extended to come and explore the well-known fiery rhythms of flamenco and tango, as well as lesser known musical experiences like Fado and Forró. This Festival is an opportunity to be involved in the rich, creative melodies produced by internationally renowned musicians such as Bandalucia and Rasa Duende. More details to come in 2017!


Bermagui Bike Show

22 April 17Lamont Street

The annual Bermagui Bike Show is held in Dickinson Park opposite the Bermagui Beach Hotel. Wander the Show and Shine and Hot Rod exhibits. There's live music, auctions, raffles and trade stalls. CRAB merchandise, food, drinks and a licenced bar available. All money raised at the Bike Show will be given to help support Cancer Council NSW and Can Assist to aid cancer research and support cancer sufferers and their families. The show is organised by CRAB - Cancer Research Advocate Bikers - which was formed in 2004 by a man named Robbie Grimstone and a few mates, after the loss of Rob's mother to cancer. The guys got together to discuss ways they could make a difference in the fight against cancer and as they enjoyed motorcycles for work and for pleasure it was decided to combine this with fundraising. They came up with CRAB, a social club designed for the purpose of raising funds for cancer research and tens of thousands of dollars have been donated to the cause. The format has spread to other states and all branches of CRAB are non profit organisations and all work is carried out by volunteers.


29th Southern Highlands Antiques Fair

29 April 17Bendooley Street

****LATEST EVENT DETAILS ARE YET TO BE CONFIRMED**** There is something for everyone at the Bowral Antiques and Collectables Fair, even those not interested in antiques and collectables. A two day event with local, Sydney and interstate and country dealers offering a wide selection of furniture, jewellery, silver, porcelain, linen, books and many other interesting collectables. All items are for sale. Lucky door prize. Come and enjoy the beautiful tranquillity of the Southern Highlands.


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