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What's On in February


  • Caravan Camping Lifestyle Expo at Newcastle Entertainment Centre and Showground.

Running from Friday 3 Feb to Sunday 5 Feb. Plan your next adventure at the ultimate place to research and compare all aspects of caravanning and camping. See the latest motorhomes, holiday parks, accessories and more in one place. The expo will provide you with all the information you need to get on the road, with expert exhibitors on hand to assist you. For more information or to book tickets, visit

  • Island Triathlon at Stockton.

Test yourself while experiencing the scenery and hospitality of Newcastle, or come along to watch the fun and cheer on participants. With events spanning from Friday 3 Feb until Sunday 5 Feb, it secures itself as a great new multisport festival. Including a paratriathlon and a sunset fun run, there is something for everyone. For more information, visit

  • WildLife by James Price at Multi-Arts Pavilion.

Artist and storyteller James Price brings his new WildLife project to life with immersive moving image work. The 360-degree digital exhibition focuses on the concept of our emotions creating their own environment, inviting the community to reflect on the role of their emotions. This exhibition will reframe your feelings in new and surprising ways – so don't miss it! The exhibition is running from Friday 3 Feb until Monday 20 Feb. For more information, visit

WildLife by James Price. Image supplied by: Lake Macquarie City


  • Multicultural Comedy Gala at Civic Theatre Newcastle.

Celebrate Australia's rich cultural diversity with a world-class selection of the most acclaimed comedians in the nation. Do your soul a favour and treat it to a night of laughter poking fun at everything that makes us different but so much the same. For more information or to book tickets, visit

Multicultural Comedy Gala. Image source: A-List
  • Sunnyboys at NEX Newcastle.

Sunnyboys has announced their final tour years after the great success of their four studio albums in the 80s. With no animosity or musical differences, they've decided it's time to say goodbye with the satisfaction of a job well done. You don't want to miss the final chance to see them perform. For more information or to book tickets, visit

  • Merrily We Roll Along at Newcastle Theatre Company.

Newcastle Theatre Company present Broadway's fable about the high

price of success. Telling the story in reverse, director David Gray and musical director Kieran Norman create a contemporary story to capture the essence of staying true to

oneself. The show is running from Saturday 4 Feb until Saturday 18 Feb. For more information or to book tickets, visit


  • LA VENDANGE 2023 at Bonvilla Estate.

Harvest time is known as la vendange in France, and this month Bonvilla Estate invites you to their very own la vendange. With the opportunity to hand-pick grapes in the vines and stomp them yourself, it will be a day filled with fun. After the hard work, enjoy lunch while relaxing with the beautiful vineyard view. For more information or to book, visit


  • Jimmy Carr at Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

Jimmy Carr is back on the road with brand new material for his Terribly Funny show. The show contains jokes about terrible things that may have affected you or people you know, so you can expect that nothing is off the table. There will also be a second show on Friday 24 Feb. For more information or to book tickets, visit


  • Darren Hayes at Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

For the first time in over a decade, Darren Hayes will return to Australian stages with his Do You Remember? Tour. He promises the performance will deliver a perfect mix of nostalgia and modernity with the inclusion of solo hits, fan favourites, and a tribute to 25 years of Savage Garden. For more information or to book tickets, visit

  • Seniors Concert at Warners Bay Theatre.

Come together to celebrate at the free Lake Mac Seniors Concert! Features Jumpin' Jukebox, the duo that will be performing hits from the '50s and '60s that are sure to get you singing along. Be dazzled by the Eaglerock dancers with colour and moves that will make your toes tap along. This event is a popular addition, so bookings are essential. For more

information or to register attendance, visit or phone 4921 0333.


  • Kitty Flanagan at Civic Theatre Newcastle.

You've seen her on Fisk, Utopia and Have You Been Paying Attention? She wrote a bestselling book called 488 Rules for life. But now, after a year at home drinking hand sanitiser and tonic, Kitty Flanagan is finally back on stage doing what (she thinks) she does best - solving the world's problems. All of them. A second show will run on Saturday 11 February. For more information or to book tickets, visit

Image Source: A-List
  • RAW Comedy at Newcastle Civic Theatre.

Watch the next generation of comedy superstars join the play-off to become the latest undiscovered joker at the country's largest open mic comedy competition. RAW Comedy is sure to be a fun night as competitors stack up their best jokes and battle it out. For more information visit


  • Maximum Adventure Race Series at Cams Wharf.

The Max Adventure race brings adventure racing to Lake Mac! Like a triathlon that is off-road, competitors in teams of two must navigate around the course while collecting checkpoints along the way. Swapping between trail running, mountain

biking and kayaking, teams must have a sense of adventure. There are even novice and kids course options, making it the perfect family activity. For more information or to register, visit

Image supplied by: Lake Macquarie Council


  • A Valentine's Epic Tasting at Hungerford Hill.

Bring your loved one along for an epic tasting experience at Hungerford Hill this Valentine's Day. Combining the best of food and wine, you'll be guided through the food and wine pairings by expert staff. The tasting course is an experience for all travellers, foodies and wine lovers alike. For more information or to book, visit

  • Valentine's Day Newcastle at Roundhouse.

Celebrate Valentine's Day overlooking the breathtaking Newcastle foreshore. Indulge in a chef-prepared three-course menu while enjoying live music with your choice of bubble or brew on arrival. For more information or to book, visit


  • Newcastle Pride Parade at Honeysuckle Drive.

Bringing together members of the LGBTIQA+ community at a once-in-a-lifetime parade to celebrate culture, diversity and equality. Attendees are encouraged to come out in their truest version of themselves, be creative and colourful and paint the Newcastle foreshore with a sea of pride to mark the start of the 2023 Sydney World Pride Festival. Visit for more information or to register attendance.

  • A Day On The Green at Bimbadgen.

Returning to A Day on the Green, legendary singer STING will provide a dynamic show with the most beloved songs from his career with The Police and as a solo artist. Enjoy a picnic lunch while soaking up the live music atmosphere. For more information or to book tickets, visit

  • Newcastle Beer Festival at King Edward Park.

After a three-year hiatus due to COVID, the annual beer festival is back! Bringing the sunshine, local live music, food, and of course, a massive lineup of Australian-owned beer, it is sure to be a great day. For more information or to book tickets, visit


  • Le Carnivale Dinner Cabaret at Bartholomews.

Treat yourself to a magical night with a three-course dinner and cabaret show! Le Carnivale is a journey where you are sure to be entertained and left in awe. Experience a magical evening complete with burlesque, circus, drag and other wonderful oddities. For more information or to book tickets, visit



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