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  1. Home/ On Country

    Thursday 23 February to Thursday 13 April 2017, Sydney South

    Home/ On Country is an exhibition of works by Sydney-based photographer Sarah Rhodes featuring Indigenous Elders wearing their language group's possum skin cloak.The images celebrate the role of the possum...

    23 Feb -13Apr
  2. Shire Farmers Market

    Saturday 25 February to Saturday 3 February 2018, Sydney South

    Visit the Sutherland Shire to experience a market atmosphere like no other with stalls selling freshly grown produce, mouthwatering food, barista grade coffee and much more.

    25 Feb -03Feb
  3. Bundeena and Maianbar Art Trail

    Sunday 5 March to Sunday 2 July 2017, Bundeena

    Join us on the first Sunday of each month for a peak inside some of Sydney's finest artist's studios, nestled on the edge of the Royal National Park. You can walk or drive to open artist's studios in the...

    05 Mar -02Jul
  4. Kids School Holiday Activities

    Monday 10 April to Monday 3 July 2017, Sydney South

    Funky Planet School Holiday program offers a range of fun filled hands-on activities designed for both boys and girls four-12 years. The classes run each School Holidays with three individual sessions per day or a...

    10 Apr -03Jul
  5. Gymea Village Fair

    Sunday 29 October 2017, Cronulla

    Gymea Village hosts one of the Shire's most successful Spring Fairs boasting more than 190 stall holders from food stalls to fashion, wine to flowers. The Tradies Warburton street stage is packed with...

    29 Oct

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Head to Sydney’s South and discover unique landscapes, beaches, national parks, and slower pace of life. In the south of the Harbour city you’ll find Sydney events centred on nature, surfing, fishing and water activities, markets and the arts, especially visual arts.

There’s a packed calendar of events in Cronulla, one of Sydney’s top surf beaches, which boasts a fantastic beachside market, iron man and women events and surfing competitions. From here, you can catch a ferry across the Port Hacking River to Bundeena, which has a wealth of nature-based and beachside activities and events on offer, as well as a thriving arts scene. The Royal National Park is ideal for picnics, camping, hiking, and enjoying pristine beaches backed by lush rainforests, and it’s a must-visit if you’re down south.