Things to do in the Shoalhaven: February 18-27 | South Coast Registry


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Beach Volleyball February 18 All Day – Round 1 of the Australian Beach Volleyball Tour comes to Mollymook. This premier sporting event attracts some of Australia’s top athletes and includes a Division 2 for rising volleyball stars. To find out more, visit Australian Beach Volleyball Tour. Seaside Dressage February 19 All Day – The most graceful of all equine sporting events is back, and bigger than ever. Willinga Park (Bawley Point) is delighted to welcome spectators to a full day of dressage demonstrations. To learn more, visit Willinga Park. Costume Couture February 19 All Day – Haute couture and outback Australia: It was a surprisingly perfect pair when The Dressmaker hit our screens. Now the stunning costumes are making their way to Huskisson. The Seamstress costume exhibit will be on display at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum until early May. Netball Forum February 19 9.30am to 4.30pm – Netball NSW brings together its sports community for a roving forum on all things Netball. Hear from keynote speakers on topics affecting community netball clubs and connect with club members from across the Shoalhaven. For more information, contact Netball NSW. Demolition Derby February 19, 20 All Day – A weekend full of action and high octane excitement is coming to Nowra. The Australian Motocross Invitational and Monster Truck Madness event will take place at Nowra Speedway on Saturday and Sunday. South Coast daredevil Robbie Madison is the headliner for the weekend, which will also feature some of Australia’s top professional motocross riders. To find out more, visit MAP Events. Cruising for Charity February 20 Starting at 10 a.m. – Shoalhaven car fanatics rally for our area cancer clinic. Their F### Cancer Bike and Car Cruise/Show and Shine will rumble through our coastal villages this weekend. Farmer’s Market February 20 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Buy your fresh produce directly from local producers at the Kangaroo Valley Farmer’s Market. Meats, fruits, vegetables, herbs, eggs, jams, pickles, pastries and many other delicacies will be on sale. The Farmers Market proudly supports local agriculture and promotes sustainable food choices. School-aged children can create their own creation or take the weekly challenge and display their finished creations in the library. Conway on Tour February 24 7:30-10 p.m. – Deborah Conway loves what the Milton Theater has to offer artists like her. She can’t wait to bring her “Songs From The Book Of Life” tour to the Milton Theater on Thursday, February 24. Willy Zygier will join her on stage. For more, visit the Milton Theatre. Huskisson Triathlon February 25 All Day – The Shimano Ultimate Husky Triathlon Festival has become one of Australia’s most popular Long Course events. In addition to the Long Course race, there is an action-packed program which includes Sprint, Super Sprint and Classic distance triathlons, a return of the popular Aquabike (swimming, biking only), Ocean Swims, Fun Runs, a triathlon TRIKIDS (seven to eleven-year-olds), plus a huge health and lifestyle exhibit. To learn more, visit Husky Triathlon.



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