What’s On

STA  promotes events right across the region for members and member organisations living within our six partner council areas. 
Send us information about your community events for inclusion in our what’s on page, regular newsletter and over Facebook and Instagram.

Sat 28 May 11am-2pm Open Day at Gunning Station. Explore the newly restored Gunning Train Station with displays, live music, activities and more.

11- 13 June The Pop-Up Project Over 20 Artists in the Southern Highlands open their Studio’s for the first time this year! Plan your visit

5 July Come make Bees Wax Wraps in beautiful Binalong with STA & the Binalong Art Group. Only $10, $5 for kids – so book your spot now. 

8-10 July Champions of Change Film Festival. Local stories of environmental heroes in short docos created by emerging local film makers. Crookwell, Gundaroo and Dalton. 

14 July James Voller at the NSW Rail Museum Artist in Residence Joel and James will create work on-site using a unique system of water screen projection.

21 Sept – 9 Oct PAINT THE TOWN The latest Street Art festival to hit Australia. Rolling out in Wollondilly this spring. Before moving on to Wingecarribee, Upper Lachlan &  Goulburn Mulwaree . 

Tues 10.30-12pm Singing with Heather Bullock and Maisie’s Choir in Yass. Book for term 2

Tues 11am – 12pm Dance and Music for Wellbeing in partnership with Hume Conservatorium.  

Self-led anytime Retford Park Garden Activity Map Explore the garden with the new self led interactive drawing map. Fun for  FREE after entry. Check opening hours.

Regular Arthouse, cult and classic films

Goulburn Film Group at Goulburn Workers Club.
Dalton Film Group at Dalton Hall. 

13 May 4-6pm Mark Tredinnick launches his new book ‘A Beginner’s Guide’ at Ngununggula. More information. 

Starting 3 May Social Choir at Hume Conservatorium. Part of the Day time Music Program at Hume Conservatorium.

11-13 June Taralga Art Show Taralga War Memorial Hall. Check the facebook page for details

24 – 26 June The Wizard of Oz performed by the Rocky Hill Musical Theatre Companty at Goulburn Performing Arts Centre. 

Upcoming creative workshops with VASY (the Visual Arts Society of Yass)

16-18 Sept Join the Craic in Yass at the Irish and Celtic Music Festival on the 3rd weekend in September! (16th, 17th & 18th).

8 Oct Harden Kite Festival Everyone’s favourite kite festival returns in 2022 with the theme “Kites, Kids, Community”

8 & 9 Oct Silos of Gold a festival in the twin towns of Harden-Murrumburrah. More info to come.


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Creative South

Your guide to exploring vast, vibrant, creative Southern NSW.

What’s On listings and information hosted by our local Visitor Information Centres 

Community Events    

Sept 2022 Irish & Celtic Music Festival Yass Valley. A mostly walking precinct sets the scene in the centre of town for music, poetry, dance, Celtic markets and good CRAIC, in unique historic venues in the Yass Valley. 
28th -30th October 2022 Jugiong Art Exhibition
Check out our directory of local markets featuring makers and creators from around the region. 

Regular Events

Whitewall Art Projects

A permanent art experience located in Historic Berrima in the Southern Highlands. The purpose built space, previously the Bell Gallery,

Sturt Gallery

Home to the world class Sturt School for Wood, Sturt offers a wide range of courses and workshops across all disciplines and at all

Mental Gallery

Dynamic gallery actively celebrating that every individual and community can benefit from having the arts in their life.

Bowral Art Gallery

Exhibitions as well as an impressive program of classes and workshops for adults and children

Gallery on Track

Displays and sells arts and crafts created by artists and artisans located in the Southern Tablelands, Blue Mountains and Southern

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