Where: Campbelltown Civic Hall, 91 Queen St, Campbelltown Cost: Free Details: This community workshop event will feature feedback on the Sport and Recreation Strategy as well as inputs into the strategy. Click here for the website.
Discover the spectacular night creatures at Mount Annan Botanic Gardens- Image Courtesy from Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan Facebook
2. Nocturnal Discovery Tour When: 3 February 2017: From 7:45pm Where: The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan Drive, Mount Annan Cost: $22pp Details: This tour is like no other! The tour will take you into the world of kangaroos, wallabies, owls, frogs and other creatures that come out at night and are rarely seen in everyday life. Do not forget to bring a torch! Click here for the website.
3. Laneway Dinners
When: 3 February 2017: 6:30pm-9:30pm
Where: Village Lane Café, 180-186 Argyle St, Camden
Details: This American-themed Laneway Dinner will feature heritage and classic dishes with a chef's twist. It will be the perfect event to wine and dine under the stars in the Laneway Village. Click here for the website.
Indulge in an American feast at this Laneway Dinner event- Image Courtesy from Village Lane Cafe & Wine Bar Facebook
4. NRL Trial Match: Rabbitohs v Sea Eagles
When: 11 February 2017: From 3:10pm -Kick off 7:30pm
Where: Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Leumeah & Pembroke Roads, Campbelltown
Cost: General Admission: $10.20-$20.40pp, Premium Reserve: $15.30-$25.50pp & family tickets available see website.
Details: South Sydney Rabbitohs will make a return to Campbelltown, for the first time since 1999! The footy event will be a fantastic evening out with family and friends. Click here for the website.
Footy season is back on!- Image Courtesy from Campbelltown Sports Stadium Facebook
5. Glenalvon House Open Days
When: 7,11 & 25 February 2017: 10am-1pm
Where: Glenalvon, 8 Lithgow St, Campbelltown
Details: Go back in time with this historical event. Enjoy the many exhibits, artefacts, and photos at the beautiful Georgian townhouse which was built in 1840. Click here for the website.
It is Open Day again at the historical Glenalvon House- Image Courtesy from Glenalvon House Facebook
6. Dharawal Guided Indigenous Walk
When: 11 February 2017: 9am-10:30am & 11am-12:30pm
Where: Dharawal National Park, Victoria Rd, Wedderburn
Details: Discover the beauty of Dharawal National Park and learn about Indigenous heritage on this guided tour, as you discover and take a fresh look at the landscape from a Koori perspective. This is a medium grade walk, a good level of fitness and mobility is required. Click here for the website. Click here for the map on getting here.
Learn about the Indigenous history at Dharawal National Park- Image Courtesy from Dharawal Guided Indigenous Walk Tour Facebook
7. Campbelltown Waitangi Festival
When: 11 February 2017: 11:30am-8:30pm
Where: Campbelltown Showground, King St, Campbelltown
Details: This cultural event will celebrate the diversity of New Zealanders living in Australia as well as making the historical 1840 event of the Treaty of Waitangi signing on February 6th between various Maori Chiefs and representatives of the British Crown.
The event will feature an array of family-friendly festivities including cultural activities, performances, entertainment, foods and much more. Click here for the website.
Enjoy a cultural day of fun with this festival- Image Courtesy from Campbelltown Waitangi Festival Facebook
8. Art & Craft Twilight Markets
When: 18 February 2017: 3pm-8pm
Where: Oran Park Art & Craft Twilight Markets, 351 Oran Park Drive, Oran Park
Details: Pick up great bargains as well as beautiful unique gifts for that someone special. There will be stalls selling quality goods including children's wear, homewares, jewellery, accessories, homemade soaps, homemade goodies and much more. Click here for the website.
Pick up unique gifts and great bargains at these markets- Image Courtesy from Oran Park Town Twilight Art & Craft Market Facebook
9. Another Day in Paradise
When: January- 26 March 2017: 10am-4pm
Where: Campbelltown Arts Centre, 1 Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown
Details: This event is part of the Sydney Festival and will feature a vast and sobering series of powerful portraits by Myuran Sukumaran, along with a series of newly commissioned artworks by leading Australian artists. Sukumaran painted during his incarceration at Bali's Kerobokan jail and from Nusa Kambangan Island. The exhibition highlights the importance of forgiveness and compassion for humanity. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Campbelltown Arts Centre Facebook