Port Stephens Family Support Service offers 10 Aboriginal Dance & Culture groups each week. We also hold cultural camps and events. All activities are free. Please check our website for current grousp and locations. We have recently launched the Worimi Kids DVD - 2 catchy music clips in local language.
Come join us!
At the Belmont Markets @ Belmont Public School we are back . What a great start to the year, if you love the feel of a cosy, family oriented market, then please join us at the Belmont markets. It's a fantastic kids day out with jumping castles, face painting, portraits and live bands featuring some of the best young artists in town.
The Kooragang Wetland Rehabilitation Project (KWRP) is a project of the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (HCRCMA). KWRP has strong partnerships with the community, all three levels of government and neighbouring industry. The project is highly collaborative in nature, attracting a great deal of community interest and involvement to make things happen at Kooragang
The mission for Events Port Stephens is to provide strategic direction, advice, resource and support for key events that bring and create significant economic and community benefit for the region. Our long term strategy is to continue to build resources, infrastructure and support services to build and perpetually develop Port Stephens as an Event Destination of Choice.
"STRETCHED" are 2 young stilt walkers who add colour to every occasion with their vibrant costumes and are available for any events. Toby and Holly especially attract the children in the crowd with their bubble blowing but amaze all. Adults are fascinated and they have lots of photos taken with the crowd.
The Olive Tree Market
The Olive Tree Market is Newcastle's dedicated Handmade Artisans Market. The Launching pad for Over 100 Creative Minds. The market is part of the renaissance currently taking place in Newcastle’s artisan community.
On the evening of Saturday August 15th 2009 the Black Box Theatre at NCAC on Parry St, Newcastle West will host the Hunter’s arts community when Brackets & Jam Newcastle launches its debut event. After Brackets & Jam’s successes in