What’s on | March

​Australian Superbike Championship: From Friday, March 16, 8.30am to Sunday, March 18 at 6pm at Wakefield Park Raceway, 4770 Braidwood Road. Tickets: $15-$30 via ticketebo.com.au
​Australian Superbike Championship: From Friday, March 16, 8.30am to Sunday, March 18 at 6pm at Wakefield Park Raceway, 4770 Braidwood Road. Tickets: $15-$30 via ticketebo.com.au


  • Men's Shed Open Day and Garage Sale

Meet the members, look around the wood and metal working workshops, wander around the small vegetable garden or our computer room. A wide variety of handmade and donated items will be available to purchase to raise money for the Men's Shed, Goulburn. From 8am to 2pm on Saturday, March 17, at 67 Blackshaw Road. Queries: 0407 954 030

  • E.C. Manfred Architect & Surveyor Illustrated Talk

What did E.C. Manfred, architect and surveyor, contribute to Goulburn's built heritage? An illustrated talk and discussion will explore this fascinating aspect of local history. Saturday, March 17, at the Goulburn Soldiers Club, Market Street. Guided walks at 2pm to view the legacy of E.C. Manfred, limited numbers, bookings taken after the talk (weather permitting). Cost: $10 pp including guide book. Telephone: 4821 4772 or email gdhsevents@gmail.com

  • Laggan Village Markets

On Saturday, March 17 at 10am. Laggan Village Markets are held on the third Saturday monthly (second Saturday in  December) in Laggan Memorial Hall, 10am to 2pm. Queries: 4837 3244

  • Goulburn Poultry Fanciers' Society – Auction

On Sunday, March 18 at 9am sharp (penning March 17, 2pm to 5pm), the auctions average 80-plus vendors and 100-plus buyers with more than 1000 fowl in more than 500 pens, across soft feather, hard feather, standard, bantam, waterfowl, pure bred, rare, cross breeds, guinea fowl, peafowl, turkeys, pheasants and other bird breeds such as quail, parrots and finches, plus equipment. In the Poultry Pavilion, Goulburn Showground, Braidwood Road. Queries: goulburnpoultry@gmail.com or 0407 402 053

  • Park to Park Charity Fun Run

Supporting Goulburn Base Hospital Fundraising on Sunday, March 18 from 10.30am, Victoria Park to Belmore Park with a 1.5km course for families, walkers and seniors, a 3.5km run for semi fit entrants, and a 7km run for the serious competitor. Major prizes on offer for each course! At the finish line you'll find live music, fresh food, kids entertainment and games. Admission: family $50, adult $25, child 12-17 $15, under 11 $10. Queries: 4828 5840. Tickets online at ‘Run Goulburn Run’ Facebook page.

  • Country and Popular Music Social

On Sunday, March 18, 11.30am to 3.30pm (third Sunday monthly), at Goulburn Railway Bowling Club (The Bowlo) on Sloane Street. The Goulburn Country Music Association invites fans of all ages to join them and see well known local artists and promising young local talent. Admission by gold coin donation. Lucky door prize and raffle. Club bistro offers lunches two for price of one. Queries: 0427 484 448

  • Windellama Country Markets

About 18 stalls selling homemade jams and preserves, pre-loved toys and tools, locally produced honey, bric-a-brac, varieties of plants, gourmet foods, wooden knick knacks and games, skin care products and everything for the sewing enthusiast. Home cooked hot food and refreshments available, plus cupcakes and sweet slices. Plenty of parking available and disabled access. On Sunday, March 18 (third Sunday monthly – except January) at Windellama Hall and Grounds, corner of Windellama and Oallen Ford roads, 9am to 1pm. Queries: 4844 5214

  • Sunday Music Sessions

Every Sunday, take along your talents to join a friendly bunch and share music and singing on the veranda or by the fire. Join in or listen and enjoy. Sunday, March 18, 1pm to 5pm (1pm, Australian sessions; 3pm, veranda band Americana sessions) at the Goulburn Club, Market Street. Admission: free. Queries: 4821 2043


  • Harmony Day Lunch In the Park

On Wednesday, March 21, celebrate Harmony Day in Belmore Park as the Goulburn community is invited to enjoy entertainment and foods, with lunch to be provided by the Goulburn Multicultural Centre, from 11am to 1pm around the rotunda, enter from Auburn Street. Queries: 4803 9042

  • Bungonia Hot Lunch

A nutritious, wholesome home cooked and hot meal will be prepared and served at Bungonia Hall every Wednesday (except the second Wednesday monthly, which is Judy's Morning Tea) for $15 per person, including dessert. Everyone is welcome on Wednesday, March 21 from noon at the Bungonia Hall. Please RSVP by Monday, March 19 for catering. Phone: 4844 7273

  • Goulburn NSW Seniors Tennis Tournament

From Friday to Sunday, March 23 to 25, at Goulburn Railway Tennis Club (Bruce Street) and Goulburn Tennis Club (Bishop Street). Men's and Ladies Singles, Friday 1-5pm; Men's and Ladies Doubles, Saturday 7.45am-noon; Mixed Doubles, Saturday 1-5pm; Dinner, Saturday 7pm; Combined Age Men's and Ladies Doubles, Sunday 7.45am-noon; Combined Age Mixed Doubles, Sunday 1-5pm. Admission: participants $15, spectators free. Queries: 0418 162 252

  • Markets on Bourke

A variety of items; craft items, garden equipment, clothes, books, produce, tools, bric-a-brac, furniture, toys, plants all at low prices, on the fourth Saturday monthly (March 24), third Saturday in December, at the George Simes Memorial Scout Centre, corner of Bourke and Addison streets, 9am to 1pm. Queries: 0429 602 597

  • Reader Writer Festival

On Saturday, March 24, exciting author talks, workshops, craft activities, live performances, food, market stalls and much more, at Goulburn Mulwaree Library, Bourke Street. Special guests include: Ben O'Donoghue, Hazel Edwards, Janelle Bloom, Philip Stamatellis, Suzanne Salem. Workshops in writing, blogging, publishing and bookbinding; literary cocktails mixology and cooking demonstrations; author talks and panel discussions; plus entertainment from the Vegetable Plot Band. From 10am to 8pm in the library precinct. Admission: Mostly free; some workshops have a cost for materials. Queries: 4823 4435

  • 'Women Like Us'

On Saturday, March 24 from 7pm for an 8pm comedy show at the Goulburn Workers Club (enter through McKell Place), comedians Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs tell otherwise untold, laugh-out-loud, women's stories. Tickets: $35 from womenlikeus.com.au

  • Big Red Kidney Walk

Invite friends and family, wear red and walk as one! Raise awareness and funds for Australians affected by kidney disease. There'll be entertainment and food vendors and prizes will be awarded to best dressed and top fundraisers! Every dollar counts, big or small. Entry: individual $20, team of 10 $100, kids under 12 free. Saturday, March 24. Queries: 0481 189 664

  • Free Art for under-5s

Explore and have fun in the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery’s under-5s program with a walk-through to the Children's Room to expand ideas through story time, game play, singing  and sharing creative activities with education officer Sally O'Neill. Held on Mondays (Bourke Street), 10am to 10.45am, March 26 (will include yoga and meditation for children), April 9. Bookings: 4823 4442


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