Visit Swan Hill this September!
Free Mini Golf for Dads on Father Day here at BIG4 Swan Hill.
Don’t miss Australia’s most popular comedian Carl Barron – Drinking With A Fork – Swan Hill Town Hall PACC, see Selina Jenkins a multi award winning character comedian from Melbourne Beau Heartbreaker, Race the track at Swan Hill Sporting Car Club Autocross, Fairfax Youth Initiative & be inspired at the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery with Julie Chislett-Duffus Purple Noon as well as school holiday programs making Weaving Images and painting outdoors!
Fathers Day at BIG4 Swan Hill
Sunday 2nd of September
Stay at BIG4 Swan Hill this Fathers Day and play mini golf for free!
Carl Barron – Drinking with a Fork
Tuesday 5th of September
Don’t miss Australia’s most popular comedian and the opportunity to see one of our country’s great comedic minds at work as he presents an evening of stand up with a bit of guitar. Be there for a night where Carl blends structure with chance, or as he likes to call it – drinking with a fork.
Sunday 10th of September
Test and Tune on teh 10th are days we can take passengers if you think you may like to come out a go for a lap with someone in the club just come along and ask at the club room someone will be only too happy to take you.
September 18th to 21st
Beginning in Swan Hill in 1997, the Fairfax Youth initiative is a series of workshops, activities and performances specifically for young people aged between 12 and 17 from regional and remote Australia. The event is held annually in memory of George Fairfax, who grew up in Nangiloc, a small town in the Mallee region of Victoria.
Wednesday 20th September 7pm
Best known for her character creation ‘Beau Heartbreaker’, an Akubra wearing dairy farmer, Selina combines musical comedy, compelling storytelling and an intriguing physical transformation.
Sunday 23rd September
Tune in as comedy legend Michael (Big Micky) Veitch and handsome young blade Simon (The Kid) Oats brush off their double-breasted dinner suits to transport us back to the days before television days when radio was king with Mystery In The Air! Yes, it’s mayhem in the studio as 1947’s most popular weekly radio drama serial, Mystery in the Air! Is about to go to live to air on radio station 3DDDP.
Until 15th of October
The 2016 flood events in our local red gum forests have provided the inspiration for this body of paintings by Julie Chislett-Duffus.
Until 15th of October
In ‘Sleepwalking Towards the Apocalypse’ Peter Ward discusses themes of social insecurity, environment & abuse of economic & political power in a series of linocuts, woven linocuts & quilted linocuts.
Until the 15th of October
Curator Kim Bennett has encouraged local farmers to participate in this exhibition by supplying objects from their lives, and the funny, emotional and unbelievable stories attached to them.
1st Saturday of the Month
More than 200 stalls at the market with fruit and vegetables, local hand crafts, plants, tools, fishing gear, clothes, shoes and hardware.
(45km south east of Swan Hill.)
1st Sunday of the Month
Each month we average around 20 stallholders presenting a wide range a fresh, regional produce.
2nd Saturday of the month
This market is held at the Nyah Recreation Reserve Trotting Track and has around 25 stalls selling everything homemade and home grown. There are food stalls and local attractions and a playground. Dogs are allowed on leash.
(24km north of Swan Hill at Nyah Trotting complex)
3rd Sunday of the Month
There are around 30 stalls selling bric a brac, plants, produce, assorted goods, books, craft, clothes, local produce and much, much more.