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Western Sydney Parklands hosts many great events throughout the year. To stay up to date with the latest events, festivals and programs, sign up for Parklands News or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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If you're interested in holding an event at Western Sydney Parklands, please see Hire a Venue, phone 9895 7500 or email events@wspt.nsw.gov.au.


Found 23 Events from December 10, 2017 | Clear Filters

Lizard Log 09/12/2017 12:00pm

Notice of Major Event

NOTICE is given of a Major Event at Lizard Log Amphitheatre in Western Sydney Parklands. The event will run from about 12noon on Saturday 9 December to 3am Sunday 10 December 2017.

Calmsley Hill City Farm, Abbottsbury 31/12/2017 4:30pm

Illuminate - Fairfield City's NYE celebration

Celebrate New Year's Eve in Fairfield! Fairfield City Council's Illuminate event site at Calmsley Hill City Farm (31 Darling St, Abbotsbury) is a ticketed event with doors opening from 4. 30pm to 9. 30pm.

Sydney Motorsports Park 20/07/2018 6:30am

WSPT Dawn Patrol

Do a lap in the family car   Imagine taking your own car around Sydney Motorsport Park’s Gardner GP circuit, followed by an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic Race Control Tower.

21/07/2018 9:00am

Birdwatching

What bird is that? If you’ve ever found yourself asking that famous question, we have just the event for you. Join celebrated bird expert, Mark Fuller in the wilds of Sydney’s Biggest Backyard as we record the birds and other wildlife that call Western Sydney Parklands home.

Bungarribee Park 21/07/2018 10:00am

Street Paws Walk

Walkin' the dog with Street Paws What better way to experience Western Sydney Parklands than getting dragged along by your four‑legged friend? Join us and our friends at Street Paws for a two-kilometre amble through the beautiful pathways at Bungarribee, as we warm up for the Western Sydney Parklands Street Paws Festival, later...

Bungarribee Park 21/07/2018 10:00am

Parklands tree Planting

Did you know Western Sydney Parklands has restored more than 13 square kilometres of native Cumberland Plain bushland since 2008? And that this includes more than 350,000 native trees, plants and wildflowers? To help make the future grow, come down and plant with us.

Nurragingy Reserve (meet at Casuarina Shelter) 21/07/2018 10:00am

Spot that Waterbug

Ever wonder what waterbugs get up to on a weekend? Well, come down to Nurragingy Reserve during Sydney's Biggest Backyard On Show and find out for yourself. Waterbugs can tell us a lot about the health of our waterways.

28/07/2018 9:00am

Birdwatching (second session)

What bird is that? If you’ve ever found yourself asking that famous question, we have just the event for you. Join celebrated bird expert, Mark Fuller in the wilds of Sydney’s Biggest Backyard as we record the birds and other wildlife that call Western Sydney Parklands home.

The Dairy 28/07/2018 5:30pm

Aboriginal Stargazing

The Night Sky Through Aboriginal Eyes   Join Aboriginal Astronomer Kirsten Banks as she takes you on a journey through the night sky from an Indigenous perspective. Listen to star stories and discover how Aboriginal Australians have used the sky for their culture and astronomy for tens of thousands of years.

Wylde MTB Trail - Range Rd, Cecil Park 04/08/2018 8:00am

Going Wylde

Get your ride on! The hugely popular Wylde Mountain Bike Trail in Cecil Park has persuaded celebrity riders, Ryan Saville, Tom Wrigley and Tom Boornan, to visit Sydney's Biggest Backyard as part of our On Show celebrations.

04/08/2018 9:00am

Bushcare Meet Up

Join the friendly Blacktown City Council Bushcare group to plant locally native plants, remove weeds and improve the natural environment.   New volunteers are always welcome.   You don't need any experience, just a sturdy pair of shoes, and an interest in getting outdoors and learning about your local native bushland.

The Dairy 04/08/2018 5:30pm

Aboriginal Stargazing (second session)

The Night Sky Through Aboriginal Eyes   Join Aboriginal Astronomer Kirsten Banks as she takes you on a journey through the night sky from an Indigenous perspective. Listen to star stories and discover how Aboriginal Australians have used the sky for their culture and astronomy for tens of thousands of years.

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