Bridport Surf Lifesaving Club will host a State Surf Life Saving Carnival with 400-600 competitors and a big spectator contingency to hit the beach at Bridport.
Two day sale and exhibition at Bridport Hall, Main Street (beside the Village Green), Bridport. More information: Gwen Barber (03) 6356 1081
The Bridport Splash Australia Day on Bridport’s Croquet Lawn Beach. Fun in the Sun! Great family day with games, entertainment, competitions and more….
Held annually at the Scottsdale Recreation Ground, this event usually happens sometime in January – enjoy Tasmanian Country Harness Racing at it’s best!
Held on the fourth Sunday of every month. A variety of stalls.
The Peroni Barnbougle Polo will see Australian Polo stars descend on the world class links destination for the event. Whether horses are your interest, or the social scene is more your style, the inaugural Peroni Barnbougle Polo is sure…
The North East Rivers Festival commenced in 2007, and has grown to feature numerous events over two weeks, including the iconic Derby River Derby! The Festival recognises and celebrates the importance of rivers in the North East, and draws…
The Lietinna Market is held on the second Sunday of every third month (March, June, September, December) and can accommodate 22 stalls undercover. Stalls range from bric-a-brac, craft and embroidery, to fresh local fruit and vegetables…
Dorset Council hosts and maintains an events calendar on their website – which is full of all sorts of events and activities planned in the region – in addition to the regular annual events that are listed on this website!
The Bridport Village Market (held twice yearly) is generally on at Easter and November long weekend at the Bridport Hall, Main Street, Bridport from 9 am till 2 pm.
The Bridport CWA Market is held on the first Saturday of every month, undercover in the CWA Hall. There is a large range of fresh local fruit and vegetables, home-made jam, sauces and cakes. Jewellery, plants and bric-a-brac are also available.
While elsewhere in Tasmania people are tucking up by the fire and going into winter hibernation, North East Tasmania comes alive to celebrate and showcase local arts and crafts annually on the June long weekend.
While elsewhere in Tasmania people are tucking up by the fire and going into winter hibernation, North East Tasmania comes alive to celebrate and showcase local arts and crafts annually on the June long weekend.Discover more… + MAP