Gundagai is host to a constantly changing calendar of events – there surely is something for everyone. From sporting events, festivals, exhibitions, interesting guest speakers through to food and wine events … there is always something on in Gundagai – come along and see for yourself!
You can also check out the regular ongoing events happening each week in our community.
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Tue, 22 August 2017
Get More Skills: A Good Life is a workshop run by My Choice Matters, an independent organisation working with people with disability to live life their way and get the most out of the changing disability system. Facilitator: Gloria Boyle … Continue reading
Sat, 26 August 2017
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, right? Here’s a great opportunity to move those unwanted items from your home and make some money at the same time. Reserve your site for $50 which will all go towards Camp Quality. … Continue reading
Sun, 27 August 2017
STREET MARKETS Where: Sheridan Street, Gundagai When: 9am – 12 noon Enjoy the relaxed market atmosphere at this country market from 9am – 12noon. Meander through the various market stalls and interesting shops in Sheridan Street. Fill your bag with freshly grown produce, plants,jewellery,craft maybe … Continue reading
Tue, 29 August 2017
You’ve got what it takes! Save the date! The R U OK Day Convoy is heading our way and will be at Hungry Jack’s in South Gundagai on the 29th of August at 5:00pm. Mark your calendar, scratch it in … Continue reading
Sun, 10 September 2017
Another equine event on the Gundagai calendar not to be missed! With a strong bookmakers’ rings on local, away and interstate events, you can enjoy a flutter or two. Gates open 11am. The Gundagai Racecourse also has excellent catering and bar … Continue reading
Sun, 24 September 2017
Enjoy the relaxed market atmosphere at this country market from 9am – 12noon. Meander through the various market stalls in Sheridan Street with its arts, crafts, jewellery, plants, tools, furniture and more. Fill your bag with freshly grown produce or even some home-made condiments. … Continue reading