What’s on | February

What’s on in February?


  • Roy Paynes Hillbilly Bop Safari

At the Goulburn Club on Friday February 16, 7.30pm. Admission: TBC. Phone: 0407 240 635

  • Goulburn's 50th annual charity rodeo

Part of the ABCRA Championships Rodeo on Saturday February 17 at the Goulburn Showground, Braidwood Road, noon-9.30pm. Admission: $15, under 16s $10, family $40, under 6s free. Phone: 0428 406 154

  • Free DIY workshop

At Bunnings Warehouse Goulburn on the corner of Hume Street and Ducks Lane, every Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm. For adults - February 17 and 18, Garden to Plate; and February 24 and 25, Basic DIY Skills. For children (times vary) - February 17 and 18, Garden Craft; and February 24 and 25, Game Makers. Phone: 4823 2400

  • Historic Waterworks

Open and steaming on Sunday February 18, 10am–3pm, at Marsden Weir off Fitzroy Street. Entry by donation. Phone: 4823 4448

  • Devonshire Tea

At Riversdale historic homestead, Twynam Drive, on Sunday February 18, 10am-2.30pm. Admission: Tea $5–$7, entry fee to house and garden applies. Phone: 4821 4741

Movie Under the Stars: BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising presents 'Hidden Figures' at Kingsdale Wines; a glass of wine and three-course gourmet pizza meal plus movie on Saturday February 17, 6.30pm. Tickets: $50. Book: 4829 8200

Movie Under the Stars: BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising presents 'Hidden Figures' at Kingsdale Wines; a glass of wine and three-course gourmet pizza meal plus movie on Saturday February 17, 6.30pm. Tickets: $50. Book: 4829 8200


  • Wakefield Park Family Fun Day

Monday February 19, off Braidwood Road. Time: TBC. Admission: $95/driver, $45/passenger. Phone: 4822 2811

  • 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 5, March 12, March 26 (will include yoga and meditation for children), April 9. Bookings: 4823 4442

  • Live Music Tuesdays

Hosted by the Railway Bowling Club, Sloane Street, at various times in the evening on February 20 and 27. Admission: free. Phone: 4822 0007

  • Goulburn and District Racing Club meet

On Monday, February 24, at the Goulburn racecourse. Gates open 11am. Admission: free. Phone: 4822 2222


  • Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Until Saturday February 24, Yidumduma Bill Hardney, Bush Professor: A retrospective exhibition celebrating the life work of Yidumduma Bill Hardney. Now in his 80s, Hardney is one of the last fully initiated elders of the Wardaman people. He is a charismatic storyteller and artist and the only remaining living custodian of the collective memory, laws and history of his people. Hardney's knowledge has been described by anthropologists as 'encyclopedic in nature' and his artwork is one way that he shares this intimate understanding with the world. 

Closing Saturday February 17, the Norman Lindsay Snapshot Exhibition. Lindsay (1879-1969) was an artist, cartoonist, accomplished amateur boxer and writer, producing a vast body of work in different media, including pen drawing, etching, watercolour, oil and sculptures.

Open weekdays 10am-5pm; Saturdays, 1pm-4pm, Bourke Street. Phone: 4823 4494

  • Gallery on Track

Award-winning local artist Stavros Papantoniou hosts painting classes on Mondays, tailored to meet the individual needs of students. Email stavrospapantoniou@bigpond.com or call 0427 119 619. Gallery on Track is on Blackshaw Road, open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm. Admission is free, but donations welcome. Phone: 4822 7889

  • The Marulan Art Exhibition

Works by the Marulan region's local artists, with exhibits changing on a quarterly basis. Open weekends, 10am-4pm, George Street, in the memorial hall foyer. Gift shop and tea rooms nearby. Phone: 0408 421 199

  • Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum

See ‘Memorabilia and Memories’, the diverse collections of more than 6000 items, the majority of which have been donated, from the mid 19th century to today, related to conflicts in which Australia has served. Open Wednesday, 10am-3pm; weekends, 10am-4pm. Phone: 4823 4842

  • Mulwaree High Remembrance Museum

See ‘Armistice: The End of the War to End All Wars’, continuing with the recognition of the Centenary of WWI, this year the focus is on Armistice. What does Armistice actually mean? What was the impact on the Anzacs? As the Armistice did not occur till November 11, 1918, highlights of the previous four years of war will also be on display. Open Sunday, 2pm-4pm. Phone: 4821 2587 or 4821 4499


Courtesy Goulburn Visitor Information Centre, Sloane Street.