Car and Bike show to raise money for South East Suns Woman's Football Club and Triabunna Cricket Club.
Swansea Community Market
Held every month, on the second Saturday from 10am-1pm at the Town Hall.
Showcasing local art, craft and seasonal fresh produce.
We also have a morning tea room with tasty treats, tea and coffee.
New stallholders always welcome.
Spring Bay Mill is your one-stop School Camp shop on the east coast of lutruwita/Tasmania.
Large glamping tents to share. Heaps of indoor and outdoor spaces. Beaches and boat rides. Organic food gardens, worm farms and beehives. Engaging historical site tours. And an in-house chef to cook for and with the kids.
Come to our upcoming Open Day to see the facilities, stay for afternoon tea and chat with us about co-creating a camp to suit your curriculum and budget.
Commemorating 200 years of the Amos Family in Australia. This historic event will be held at the family estates at Cranbrook, Tasmania. A daytime event of two days – open to family members, relatives and interested parties and showcasing the homesteads, Gala Kirk, Amos Cemetery and much more. Note: Your ticket covers the entire weekend.
Triabunna Village Community Market
The Eastcoast Regional Development Organisation Inc.
The Village Market is held on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
Where: The Village 20 Melbourne St Triabunna Market time: 10.00am to 1.00pm. All our usual stalls, a chance to see the latest Art & Craft Exhibitions of local artists, other Village activities including Spring Bay Community Boat Shed, Community Wood Working Group, Village Garden, Contemplation Garden, Food and drinks available including BBQ 'Bunna burgers & sausages, Wood fired Pizzas
The range of stalls includes second hand books, bric and brac, local craft, fresh vegetables, seasonal plants for sale, locally made jams, preserves & cakes. All proceeds from Stalls and our sales go to the daily operations of The Village.
Costs of stalls are only $5. If you are a seller of hand made products or produce and you would like to talk about a Stall @ The Village Market, please contact Stalls Co-ordinator Glynis:
Mobile : 0448 866 276
Or Jane on 6257 7583 or email
We have special themes during the year, April is an Electric Hybrid show, October is our Predominantly British Classic Car Show, November is an Emergency Services Thanks You and Display Day.
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SPOKE MOTORCYCLE FESTIVAL (SPOKE) is a unique event that celebrates the love of motorbikes and the joy of racing and riding in Tasmania. The festival features a combination of motorcycle races, demonstrations and the best of Tasmania’s locally produced food, beer, wine and spirits, local artists and musical entertainment, workshops, sales and merchandise, family-friendly activities, and glamping options for campers who want that extra bit of Tasmanian luxury. Held on a privately owned beach on Tasmania’s East Coast, SPOKE celebrates Tasmania’s distinct and pristine natural environment and is one of very few motorcycle festivals with stunning ocean views. The event is designed to build on Tasmania’s interest in motorsports, motorcycles and the motorcycle lifestyle and provides a forum for individuals, families, businesses, and those interested in motorbikes and motorsports to meet, race, share stories, learn, showcase new merchandise, all within a relaxed, fun, and family-friendly festival environment.
The Coles Bay Triathlon is held within the natural reserves of beautiful Coles Bay, on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia. Learn more about Coles Bay here. The most exciting triathlon of the year, held in arguably the most scenic surrounding in Australia. A 1.9 km swim, 90 km ride and 21.1 km run (Half), 375/10/2.5 (Enticer) and 500/20/5 (Sprint), with the most spectacular natural back drop you will ever experience. Coles Bay is situated at the northern edge of the Freycinet National Park.