'80s dance night
Merimbula, March 13
Australia's hottest '80s show are bringing a huge party to the Far South Coast with their all-new Walking On Sunshine Summer Party Tour. There will be hit after hit all mixed to perfection. When the Never Ending 80s hit the stage, you'll be dancing and singing all night long to your faves by Starship, Madonna, Michael, Prince, Wham!, INXS, Aha, Whitney, Belinda Carlisle, Bon Jovi, Cindy, Katrina, Bruce Springsteen, Elton and much more. They will perform at Club Sapphire from 8pm, tickets $40. This is an 18+ event.
Terra Nova 24
Huskisson, March 14-15
With 100s of kilometres of wild coastline, pristine beaches and breathtaking hinterland environs the NSW South Coast is perfect for a weekend of epic adventure racing. Terra Nova 24 is a classic non-stop 24hr adventure race involving trekking, mountain biking, kayaking and other adventure disciplines. Mixed, male or female teams of two or four must navigate their way unsupported through an arduous 120km course that is only revealed to them hours before the race. The Terra Nova Half covers just over half the distance but teams have the full 24hrs to complete it. The legs are challenging, but with the additional time available to complete the half course, teams have a greater chance to reach the finish line.
Oly Sherman at OceanVibe
Ulladulla, March 14
After releasing 'Three Oh Three' EP only last year, Oly is hitting the road again with a fresh new single, 'Madness'. Coming straight off the back of a run of shows in Japan, Oly is hitting the road again; up and down the East Coast. He will be making an appearance at OceanVibe where the relaxed atmosphere and beautiful views will have you settling in for an evening of entertainment.
It's show time!
Cooma, March 13-14
The Cooma Show returns this weekend for its 145th year. There will be the finest in cattle, sheep, horses and poultry. There will be a huge number of exhibits in the pavilion, which will be full of wool, photography, visual art, needlework, handcrafts, fruit and vegetables, flowers and cooking. It is at the Cooma Showground from 8am both days.
Take a deep breath
Batemans Bay, March 14
Feeling in need of relaxation after the bushfires? From 9.30am-3.30pm at the Batemans Bay Library, there is a free one-day program with Petrea King sponsored by the Blackmores Foundation. Refreshments available. If you are affected by bushfires and you find it difficult to cope, learn the importance of focusing emotions through deep relaxation practices, exercise or talking to someone who will deeply listen to you and help you find your strengths and pathway forward. Bookings to Quest for Life on 1300 941 488.