Recurring Events

  • Richmond Village Market

    01 Jan - 31 Dec 2018 | 9:00am to 15:00pm Every Saturday

    Richmond Village Green | 54 Bridge Street, Richmond

    Located in the beautiful and historic village of Richmond in Tasmania, just 25 minutes’ drive from Hobart.

    Visit our village and enjoy local history, view historic buildings, eat or buy delicious foods and see amazing local craft, created by talented Tasmanians. The market is held every Saturday 9am – 3pm in the village Town Hall and surrounding areas. Hold a stall yourself, or come and see what we have to offer. The Market has been developed to give local producers in the Coal River Valley and surrounding areas a place to sell their produce and artisan items. It is also intended to provide a source of fresh foods and other items to locals and tourists, thus promoting our region and encouraging people to visit the Richmond and Coal River Valley region.

    All profits from the market will be 100% re-invested into the community and promoting our region.

    The market is managed by volunteers of the Richmond and Coal River Valley Promotions Group.

    For more information: CLICK HERE or like us on FACEBOOK

  • South Arm Community Market

    01 Jan - 31 Dec 2018 |

    South Arm Community Centre | 9 Calverton Place
    South Arm

    The South Arm Community Market is the friendliest little market in Tasmania. It is held on the first Sunday morning of every month at the South Arm Community Centre in Southern Tasmania.

    They take a short 2 month break in the coldest months of July and August.

    New stalls and car boots are welcome and new enquiries can be made :

    Or visit and like us on FACEBOOK

  • Clarence City Children’s Choir

    04 Mar 2018 - 02 Mar 2019 | Every Wednesday 4:15-5:15pm

    Clarence Uniting Church | Cnr Cambridge Rd and York Street, Bellerive

    This is an exciting opportunity for children ages 6-16 to join a new choir.  No auditions required, just a desire to sing and perform with others. For enquiries and bookings phone 0419 312 041 or email

    Sally Vance B.A., Dip. Ed., Member of Tasmania Music Teachers Association.

Community Calendar

  • Carols Under The Stars

    22 December 2018 | 18:00pm

    Lauderdale Primary School | 3 Acton Road,

    Carols Under the Stars is an annual free community event hosted by Abundant Life Church in partnership with local businesses and organisations. With free entry, rides and kids activities, the event aims to encourage inclusion, connection and fosters the Christmas spirit- providing opportunities for all to participate and enjoy. Hosted in Lauderdale, it continues to be one of the biggest community Christmas Carols events in Tasmania!

  • Christmas in the Paddock

    23 December 2018 | 10am to 12:30pm

    Citywide Baptist Church presents: Christmas in the Paddock, Sunday 23rd of December.
    Featuring: Free BBQ, Christmas Carols, Facepainting and a speical visit from SANTA.

    At Citywide, 400 Cambridge Rd, Mornington.


  • Harmony Garden Centre: Summer Fest

    23 February 2019 | 10:00am - 15:00pm

    Harmony Garden Centre is hosting Summer Fest on Saturday 23rd of February.

    Delicious food stalls and drinks will be available throughout the day.

    Harmony Garden Centre and Florist is one of Australia’s most southern garden centres and is located on Hobart’s beautiful eastern shore at Ralph’s Bay, Lauderdale.

    It is a family owned and operated business and with combined industry experience of over 100 years, offering a wealth knowledge of the products available and quantities required, along with sound advice on how to achieve your gardening goals with cost effective solutions.

    Location: 450 S Arm Rd, Lauderdale TAS 7021

    Visit: WEBSITE

  • The Matthew Millhouse Salute 2019

    31 March 2019 | 8am

    Bellerive Beach Park | Derwent Street, Bellerive

    An outdoor challenge event where participants can choose to either run, cycle, kayak, walk or pack march to raise money for depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder and peri-natal depression, supporting The White Cloud Foundation.


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