Spoke Motorcycle Festival

Mayfield, Swansea TAS 11610 Tasman Highway, Little Swanport, Tasmania

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.

Coles Bay Triathlon

Coles Bay Esplanade Coles Bay, Tasmania

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.

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Swansea Community Market

Swansea Town Hall 12 Franklin Street, Swansea, Tasmania

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.

Bicheno Market

Bicheno Lions Park

Bicheno Market: 9am - 1pm @ Bicheno Lions Park

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Triabunna Village Community Market

The Triabunna Village 20 Melbourne Street, Triabunna, Tasmania

Triabunna Village Community Market
The Village Market held every 3rd Sunday of each month. 
The range of stalls include second hand books, bric and brac, local craft, clothing shop, seasonsal plants for sale, locally made jams, preserves & cakes and seasonal fresh fruit & vegetables Art Exhibitions in The Barn, visit the Spring Bay Community Boar Shed. BBW featuring the local "bunna" burger & sausage sizzle, cold drinks or coffee & tea available. 

Black Dog Ride

Bicheno Lions Park

Black Dog Ride's iconic annual 1 Dayer aims to start a National conversation about depression and suicide prevention.
Help Black Dog Ride get the country talking and join your local 1 Dayer on 20th March 2022.
8 Australians take their lives every single day, that's one Aussie every 3 hours losing their life to the black dog.
On the third Sunday of March, Black Dog Ride is uniting under one banner with one voice on one single day to amplify a national message of hope, awareness and prevention. Let's get the conversation started, register for the Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer 2022 today!

Life on Land’s Edge | A musical odyssey to the ends of the Earth and back | Swansea

Swansea Town Hall 12 Franklin Street, Swansea, Tasmania

From the creators of Where Song Began (***** Limelight Magazine) & Songs of Disappearance (#2 on the ARIA Charts), this performance will take you on an epic journey alongside migratory shorebirds as they connect continents and cultures. A cinematic concert experience, Life on Land’s Edge draws on art, science, and music from across the ages. Spectacular footage and soundscapes set the scene for two of Australia's most adventurous musicians. Be immersed in one of nature's greatest stories. The Bowerbird Collective | Simone Slattery, violin & Anthony Albrecht, cello The 60-minute performance is followed by a Q&A. For more information visit Bowerbird Collective