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  1. Richmond Good Food Market

    Saturday 13 May to Saturday 30 December 2017, Hawkesbury

    The weekly Richmond Good Food Market is a family business that was developed to help get great produce to great people. The market is held at Richmond Park on Saturdays from 8am to 1pm. It allows locals, tourists,...

    13 May -30Dec
  2. Winterfest Sydney Medieval Fair

    Saturday 1 July to Sunday 2 July 2017, Parramatta

    You can experience history, and a touch of fantasy, in the July school holidays in 2017 at Winterfest Sydney Medieval Fair! Winterfest is moving to the Hawkesbury Showground for more space, better parking,...

    01 Jul -02Jul
  3. Collectors Plant Fair

    Saturday 8 April to Sunday 9 April 2017, Hawkesbury

    The Collectors' Plant Fair will be held at the historic Hawkesbury Race Club, Clarendon, NSW. Clarendon is between Richmond and Windsor. The fair showcases 50 specialist nurseries selling distinctive and...

    08 Apr -09Apr
  4. Art In Action

    Event dates to be confirmed: May 2018, Hawkesbury

    A long weekend of workshops for all artists - Beginner, Intermediate to Advanced. Art In Action is three days of Interactive Workshops with talented...

    May 2018
  5. Orchids Out West

    Event dates to be confirmed: May 2018, Hawkesbury

    Orchids Out West comprises beautiful displays put on by the local orchid societies such as Blacktown City, Blue Mountains and Penrith District and...

    May 2018

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The Hawkesbury region is suburb in the city’s north set on the beautiful Hawkesbury River. With some of the oldest colonial buildings in Australia and a wealth of beautiful bushland, it’s a tranquil part of the city and an ideal place for a day out bushwalking, fishing, and exploring on foot or by boat. The Hawkesbury River runs through the heart of the Hawkesbury, and here you can hire a kayak, a canoe or even a houseboat and cruise the calm waters.

The region is a haven for produce, and here you can buy local apples, stone fruit, nuts and vegetables from local farms; you can even pick your own. There’s also a whole host of great Sydney events on offer in the Hawkesbury. Many of the events are based around rural life or local produce, such as farmers’ markets and livestock competitions, and there are also music festivals, farm gate tours, and art classes.