Free Events in Sydney this weekend – 28 & 29 September 2019

Free Things to do in Sydney September 28 & 29

Free events in Sydney this weekend

Heaps of great stuff on this weekend!

Lots of neighbourhood feasts on – Camden, Summer Hill, Pyrmont and Bella Vista. Get your lego on at Casula or why not enjoy some of the amazing flower festivals all about town.

Not to be missed is the new exhibition at The White Rabbit Gallery which showcases some amazing art works including some giant underpants, a six metre scroll of Tienanmen Square and a controversial cigarette smoking girl.

Keep enjoying Floriade, The Art of Banksy, Centennial Foodlands, The Fringe Festival and Rookwood Sculptures.

For those with kidlets, check out our blog on the Best Free and Cheap things to do in the School Holidays.

Free things to do in Sydney across the weekend

Park Feast, Bella Vista Farm

30 of your favourite food trucks and dessert stations, amusement rides and live music all evening long. Families can kick back, relax and enjoy the water views whilst tasting their way around the best food trucks on offer.

Cost: Free entry
More information:
parkfeast.com.au/

South West Sydney Brick Fair, Casula

This exciting display will have 30 exhibitors with over 100 tables of Lego on display. See a large city layout with train, hundreds of minifig habitats, dioramas, mosaics and sci-fi, fantasy and gaming themed models. There will also be Lego tables to play and rare Lego sets to purchase.

Cost: $8.00 per person, or $25.00 family of four
More info: trybooking.com/book

Pyrmont Festival

Head on down to Pirrama Park for a celebration of food, wine, craft beer, and art. Grab your friends, family, or new love and enjoy this food and wine paradise.

Cost: Free entry
More information:
pyrmontfestival.com.au

Bowral Tulip Time Festival

Experience 90,000 tulips carpeting public gardens and premier private gardens during Tulip Time in the Southern Highlands.

Cost: Various
More information:
southern-highlands.com.au/tulip-time

Dapto Country Show

A good old fashioned country show!

Cost: Adult: $15.00, Seniors and chilren: $10.00, Family: $40.00 (2 x Adults & 2 x Child), Unlimited ride armbands: $20.00 online ($25.00 on the day)
More information:
daptoshow.com.au/

White Rabbit Gallery 10 Year anniversary THEN exhibition

THEN celebrates the adventure of White Rabbit’s first decade: ten exciting years of showcasing the creative energy, daring and technical accomplishment of Chinese contemporary art.

Cost: Free
More information: jnprojects.net/white-rabbit-gallery/exhibitions/then/

Saturday 28 September

Rivendell Flower & Garden Show, Concord West

Enjoy the best landscape and floral design Sydney has to offer at the third Annual Rivendell Flower and Garden Show.

Cost: Adult: $15.00, Children (under 12): Free, Adolescents: $10.00, Pensioners: $10.00
More information:
slhd.nsw.gov.au/concord/rivendellflowershow

Inside a Rainbow Family Day Out, Penrith Paceway

Unicorns, Mermaids, Fairys and daylight fireworks. A magical day out for little ones.

Cost: Gold coin entry, ride passes available
More information: visitpenrith.com.au/events

Mount Druitt Swim Centre Opening Day

Come down for the Summer Season Opening 2019 of Mount Druitt Swim Centre. Gates will open at 9.00am for FREE all day entry. Enjoy inflatables, fun activities and Aqua Zumba.

Cost: Free
More info:  blacktown.nsw.gov.au

Pawsitive Steps, Castle Hill

Pawsitive Steps is a community event that brings together families, pet dogs, community leaders and mental health and wellbeing service providers.

Cost: Free
More info: positivevibes.org.au/

Future Artists Club, Parramatta

A fantastic creative day of making, performing and exploring for kids age 5 to 12.

Cost: Free entry, some workshops have a small fee
More info: riversideparramatta.com.au/show/future-artist-club/

Festival of Flowers, Rhodes

Take your picture at a giant instagrammable rainbow silk flower installation or visit a large scale flower mural. Plus grab a free watering can from IKEA!

Cost: Free
More info: rhodeswaterside.com.au

Pearl Beach Food and Wine Fair

Head out of town to the Pearl Beach Food and Wine Fair. Catherine Vale Wines, Old Inn Road Vineyard and introducing Milbrook Estate Winery plus Little Creek Cheeses, Laguna Olives, Wollombi Honey and more.

Cost: Free entry
More info:
pearlbeachprogress.org.au

Sunday 29 September

TASTE Camden

TASTE Camden is a food, wine and music Festival celebrating local food and wine suppliers and local musician. Enjoy live cooking demonstrations from celebrity chefs, as well as kids cooking workshops, jumping castle, face painting and live music performances.

Cost: Free entry
More info:
camden.nsw.gov.au

Blak Markets Spring Festival

To celebrate spring the Blak Markets will feature cultural performances plus a wonderful array of Native plants. Come along and support local Aboriginal Communities and enjoy La Perouse.

Cost: $2.50 entry
More info:
blakmarkets.com

Sea Shepherd Beach Cleanup, Coogee Beach

Come join the Sea Shepherd’s Sydney Marine Debris Team as they perform a beach clean up at Coogee Beach.

Cost: Free
More info:
facebook.com

Blessing of the Fleet, Sydney Fish Markets

Join in celebrating one of oldest traditions among fishing communities in the world.  As a community help bless our local fishing fleet, wishing them safe travels and a prosperous year ahead. There will be a spaghetti eating competition, live entertainment, face painting, market stalls and more!

Cost: Free
More info:
sydneyfishmarket.com.au

Summer Hill Neighbourhood Feast

Head to the Summer Hill neighbourhood feast to enjoy a fantastic range of culinary delights. Great, free live entertainment by The Rio.

Cost:
More info:
innerwest.nsw.gov.au

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  1. Flower Market Brisbane

    Bowral Tulip Time Festival in Southern Highlands of NSW is my favourite event for tulips. Considered as one of Australia’s oldest and most beloved floral festivals.

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