What’s on When on the Road

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If you are planning to hit the open road in the New Year and join the ever-increasing army of grey nomads, there are plenty of interesting and must-see events to add to your itinerary for 2015.

January 7-11 Parkes Elvis Festival, NSW

It’s been almost 40 years since he left the building, but why not join the expected 18,000+ other Elvis fans in the Central NSW town of Parkes, to celebrate his birthday.

February 21-22 Wooden Boat Festival, SA

Wooden boats of all shapes and sizes take to the water. The festival also features music, arts and maritime craft workshops, boat building, paddle steamer and steam train rides.

March 6-9 Port Fairy Folk Festival, Vic

One of Australia’s largest music festivals presenting roots, celtic, folk, country, bluegrass, blues, jazz, rock, crossover and world music.

April 15-19 Barossa Vintage Festival, SA

Featuring food and wine, arts and crafts, music and history – there’s something for everyone.

May from 22 Vivid Sydney, NSW

A unique annual event of light, music and ideas, with an amazing outdoor ‘gallery’ of lighting sculptures on Sydney’s beautiful harbour.

June 27-28 Birdsville Gymkhana, Qld

A weekend of action-packed skills and thrills.

July 5 Darwin Lions Beer Can Regatta, NT

A regatta like no other, with boats primarily built entirely from aluminium beer cans.

August 15 Henley-on-Todd Regatta, NT

An annual sailing and rowing regatta held on a dry river bed in Alice Springs.

September/October – Floriade Canberra, ACT

Australia’s biggest celebration of spring, running for 30 days over the months of September and October.

November 1-8 Melbourne Cup Carnival, Vic

Featuring the race that stops the nation, pop on a fascinator and attend one of the fabulous race day events.

December 31 New Years Eve on Sydney Harbour

Say a fitting farewell to 2015 and join the many thousands of others seeing in the New Year on Sydney’s fabulous harbour.

Have you any suggestions on must-see and do events around Australia?


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  1. We should know have an idea about what’s on when on the road. This would surely mean a lot. Thanks for sharing this one out.

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