• A four-day festival produced by Octapod in partnership with three co-presenters, National Young Writers' Festival (NYWF), Crack X and Critical Animals, the festival activates over 20 venues in Newcastle CBD annually in late September/early October. Each year, over 2000 people attend the event, which comprises:

  • Mental Health Wellness Walk

    ARAFMI Hunter is hosting the annual Mental Health Wellness Walk on Saturday 27th October 2018.

    Meet in the Mall, cnr Hunter and Newcomen Streets at 9:30 am, ready to walk at 10 am to Civic Park where there will be speakers, information, stalls, entertainment, activities for children, food and beverages.

  • Hunter Disability Sports Expo

    A two-day wheelchair sports Expo will be held on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 April in The Forum at Newcastle University, Callaghan Campus. The Expo is proudly supported by the Cauliflower Club, a rugby charity that supports organisations like Wheelchair Sports NSW (WS NSW) to enhance the lives of those with a disability through sporting opportunities.

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    For students in years 10, 11, and 12, as well as career advisers, teachers, parents and guardians.

  • Fix newcastle buses

    There will be a public protest in Gregson Park, Hamilton on the 18th of March to protest the destruction of Newcastle's bus system.

  • hunter wine country markets

    HUNTER WINE COUNTRY MARKET is a boutique handmade market featuring local artisans. Stalls range from

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    Newcastle City Farmers Markets are held at the Newcastle Showground and are on most Sundays. WHEN yo

  • This is Not Art (TiNA) is a four-day arts festival produced by Octapod. The festival will run in 20

  • WHO: Aboriginal Carers living in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie WHEN: Tuesday 25th of July 2017—9.30

  • In 1998, one of Tuggerah Lakes Art Society's (TLAS) members, Brian Hasler, founded the FAB FAKES Art