What's on in November?

Eden Whale Festival, Eden

2 – 4 November 2018

An annual event, highlighting the southern migration of whales, the Eden Whale Festival celebrates the rich maritime and whaling history at the port of Eden. The will be a parade, market selling local art, food & wine and live music.

The best part? Watching the whales from Twofold Bay, either from a boat or from the shore.

Visit the website for more information


Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, Powerhouse Museum (Sydney)

16 November 2018 – 10 June 2019

Attention fans of Star Wars! The Powerhouse Museum For fans of Star Wars, the Powerhouse Museum is the place for you to visit! The exhibition features interactive displays, Lucasfilm archives an original movie costumes and props.

Visit the Powerhouse Museum for more information.


Loy Krathong Festival, Parramatta

17 November 2018

Learn about Thai traditions with cultural performances, games and food at the Loy Krathong Festival in Parramatta. Loy Krathong symbolises the release of negativity and the wish for a good fortune.

There will also be an opportunity to participate in the krathong floating ceremony, an ancient ritual, by making or buying your own krathong (floating basket) and floating it in the river.

For more information, visit the Loy Krathong website.


National Cherry Festival, Young

30 November – 3 December 2018

2018 celebrates the 69th annual Cherry Festival during the peak cherry picking season. The three day festival celebrates the cherry season in Young (known as the Cherry Capital of Australia) with a street parade, markets and cherry themed competitions such as a cherry pie eating championship and a cherry pip spitting competition!

Visit the Cherry Festival website for more information.


National Construction Equipment Convention

15 - 17 November 2018

Australia’s first national event for the civil engineering and infrastructure construction industry. This is a free exhibition which showcases innovation.

Industry experts discussing case studies and panel discussion on the most innovative projects from around the world covering heavy equipment and technologies new to the market.

For more information, check out the website.


Monster Energy AUS-X open Sydney

9 - 10 November 2018

Are you in for an adrenaline rush? It is back with the most extreme motorsport event on the planet.

Four-time World Champion Ryan Villopoto, two-time World Champion Chad Reed, 2018 World Champion Jason Anderson and World Championship contenders Justin Barcia and Justin Brayton, are all confirmed; as the world's greatest go head to head with Australia’s best riders, it is undoubtedly the biggest international rider line-up ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere.

Find out more information at the Aus-X website.


RnB Fridays Live

17 November 2018

RnB Fridays Live - aka the party of the year RETURNS!! Transforming the Grand Parade - Olympic Park to be the biggest party of the year.

Don’t miss your chance to Meet and Greet with Usher if you are one of the 20 lucky winners.

Learn more about the event by visiting the website.


Eden Whale Festival, Eden

2 – 4 November 2018

An annual event, highlighting the southern migration of whales, the Eden Whale Festival celebrates the rich maritime and whaling history at the port of Eden. The will be a parade, market selling local art, food & wine and live music.

The best part? Watching the whales from Twofold Bay, either from a boat or from the shore.

Visit the website for more information


Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, Powerhouse Museum (Sydney)

16 November 2018 – 10 June 2019

Attention fans of Star Wars! The Powerhouse Museum For fans of Star Wars, the Powerhouse Museum is the place for you to visit! The exhibition features interactive displays, Lucasfilm archives an original movie costumes and props.

Visit the Powerhouse Museum for more information.


Loy Krathong Festival, Parramatta

17 November 2018

Learn about Thai traditions with cultural performances, games and food at the Loy Krathong Festival in Parramatta. Loy Krathong symbolises the release of negativity and the wish for a good fortune.

There will also be an opportunity to participate in the krathong floating ceremony, an ancient ritual, by making or buying your own krathong (floating basket) and floating it in the river.

For more information, visit the Loy Krathong website.


National Cherry Festival, Young

30 November – 3 December 2018

2018 celebrates the 69th annual Cherry Festival during the peak cherry picking season. The three day festival celebrates the cherry season in Young (known as the Cherry Capital of Australia) with a street parade, markets and cherry themed competitions such as a cherry pie eating championship and a cherry pip spitting competition!

Visit the Cherry Festival website for more information.


National Construction Equipment Convention

15 - 17 November 2018

Australia’s first national event for the civil engineering and infrastructure construction industry. This is a free exhibition which showcases innovation.

Industry experts discussing case studies and panel discussion on the most innovative projects from around the world covering heavy equipment and technologies new to the market.

For more information, check out the website.


Monster Energy AUS-X open Sydney

9 - 10 November 2018

Are you in for an adrenaline rush? It is back with the most extreme motorsport event on the planet.

Four-time World Champion Ryan Villopoto, two-time World Champion Chad Reed, 2018 World Champion Jason Anderson and World Championship contenders Justin Barcia and Justin Brayton, are all confirmed; as the world's greatest go head to head with Australia’s best riders, it is undoubtedly the biggest international rider line-up ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere.

Find out more information at the Aus-X website.


RnB Fridays Live

17 November 2018

RnB Fridays Live - aka the party of the year RETURNS!! Transforming the Grand Parade - Olympic Park to be the biggest party of the year.

Don’t miss your chance to Meet and Greet with Usher if you are one of the 20 lucky winners.

Learn more about the event by visiting the website.


Page published: 31 October 2018, 15:11