With the COVID lockdown covering all of the state to varying degrees, restrictions may be in place relating to identified hot spots. Check with NSW Health for current information before travelling or attending events in the community. COVID-safe rules will apply. Please check with organisers if your desired events are still going ahead. If you are staying home, here's a couple of time fillers.
Lockdown won't last forever so it will pay to plan ahead. When the road is again open there will be businesses, communities and events aplenty eagerly awaiting your return. Search for events in your community and then start spreading your wings a little further each time to find at least one thing to do every weekend. Most communities have a what's on list so start by checking out council websites or simply googling "what's on [insert location here]".
Understand the land from an Aboriginal perspective. Join Noel and Trish Butler for an easy 4km bush food and cultural knowledge walk and gain knowledge about local history, the environment and identify plants used for food, medicine and survival. 9.30am. Saturday, July 10. Email email@example.com to book.
The Millhouse Art Society Winter Exhibition is a collection of over 80 original works from local artists featuring contemporary and traditional paintings to suit all tastes. A great opportunity to purchase an original artwork. Until August 31. 69A Princes Highway, Milton. Phone 02 4455 7211.
The Ulladulla Harbour Markets are run by the volunteer members of the local unit of Marine Rescue NSW. The craft, produce and speciality stalls attract visitors from near and far.
The first solo exhibition by Brisbane artist Jeanette Stok. Over the last decade she has been modifying traditional embroidery techniques for use with alternative materials, such as galvanised wire mesh and black plastic gutter guard. July 10 to August 28. Shoalhaven Regional Art Gallery.
Huskisson will host the Sydney Film Festival's Travelling Film Festival this spring. The Huskisson leg of the tour will be on September 3-5. It will brings some fantastic celluloid delights to your doorstep. Find more details about the tour at www.sff.org.au/TFF. Tickets will go on sale on July 22.
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