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Top Spring Events Across NSW 2015

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Spring into these events
Say goodbye to the winter blues and hello to Spring with these events.

There is something for everyone and all budgets (free & ticketed events), to certainly put that 'spring' in your step.

1. Spring Festival
When: 1- 30 September 2015: see website for times.
Where: Hunter Valley Gardens, Broke Rd, Pokolbin (Hunter Valley)
Cost: Adults: $27pp, Children: $16pp & Family (2 adults 2 Children): $60- for all other prices see website.
Details: Nothing says spring like a festival devoted to the season itself. The flowers are in full bloom with this event so immerse yourself in a sensory experience with fabulous entertainment to be enjoyed, activities, attractions, demos, talks, tours and workshops- these are just some of the experiences to be enjoyed at the Spring Festival.

2. Sample Food Festival
When: 3- 6 September 2015: 8am-4pm
Where: Station St, Bangalow
Cost: Adults: $5pp & Free for kids.
Details: This festival in northern NSW celebrates everything that's good about local food. The event will showcase around 200 stalls holders including local restaurant owners, farmers and local food producers, entertainment, Adriano Zumbo book signing, kids entertainment and more. Click here for website.

3. Spring Orchid Show
When: 4-5 September 2015
Where: Presbyterian Church Hall, Nowra
Cost: See website.
Details: You will find hundreds of spectacular orchids on display, including the rare and unusual at this event. There will also be talks, stalls and more. Click here for website.

4. Dubbo Multicultural Festival
When: 5 September 2015: 2pm-11pm
Where: Darling St, Dubbo- Street Parade starts at Church St, Rotunda and is free.
Cost: See website.
Details: This family-friendly event is one not to miss. It will be filled with multicultural entertainment, live entertainment both local and national acts, international cuisines, children's activities and performances, live performances, a street parade and more. Click here for website.

5. Coffs Harbour Running Festival
When: 6 September 2015: 7am-12pm
Where: 123 Pacific Hwy, Coffs Harbour
Cost: See website.
Details: This Festival is for people of all ages and abilities and consists of 21.1km half marathon, 10 km fun run, 5 km fun run and a three kilometre family fun run/ walk. The event raises funds for local children's charities including Life Education Australia, Coffs Coast Autism, Camp Quality and the Early Childhood Intervention Program Coffs Harbour. Click here for website.

6. Spring into Corrimal Festival
When: 13 September 2015
Where: Corrimal RSL, 168 Princes Hwy, Corrimal
Cost: Free
Details: This free family-friendly event will be filled with entertainment, market stalls, plenty of kids entertainment and activities, delicious treats, international food court, cultural exhibitions, dance, music, Grand Parade and more. Click here for website.

7. The Broken Hill Silver City Show
When: 17-19 September 2015
Where: Memorial Oval, Williams St, Broken Hill
Cost: Free
Details: This event is certainly a true country affair that the whole family will love; it will include rides, food, arts & crafts, an animal nursery, activities, entertainment, fireworks and more.

8. The Turning Wave Festival
When: 18-20 September 2015
Where: Comur St, Yass
Cost: Tickets start from $20pp – for full ticket prices see website.
Details: The Turning Wave Festival has it all with a celebration of Irish and Australian music featuring events and performances, Street Parade of the Lights, a showcase of the most celebrated musicians, bands, poets and dance groups, a program of concerts, workshops, exhibitions and more. Click here for website.

9. Wollongong Belly Dance Festival
When: 18-20 September 2015
Where: various locations- see website
Cost: see website
Details: This three-day event aims to celebrate the diverse traditions of belly dance and folkloric Middle Eastern dance. There will be workshops, shows, market stalls and more for the whole family. See website for all details.
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