Saturnalia Festival - The Best of Days
Join Figtree Food and Honey in a night of fun and music at Cobargo School of the Arts Hall in July. Whilst Christmas in July may have become a favourite Australian festivity, Figtree Food Company are taking a new Winter Festival one step further by tracing the Christmas tradition to its farming and pagan origins.
“Reaching into ancient farming cycles and celebrations of winter fare is really important to us”, Richard Lawson, chef at
Not only was this year’s Tilba Festival a fantastic celebration of local music and food in Australia’s only heritage listed town, it has resulted in donations to some local groups doing exciting work in our community. Grant Harrison, President of the Festival Committee, today announced that the Tilba Parents and Citizens Association, the Tilba Cemetery Committee, the Tilba School of Arts Trust, the Tilba Chamber of Commerce and the Tilba Branch of the CWA were each recipients
Local Land Services (LLS) recently invited members of the local community interested in the ongoing improvement of the Tilba Tilba Lake catchment to an information session at Tilba Small Hall Sonia Bazzacco, LLS Land Services Officer on the Far South Coast, was excited to share their plans with the community. “This event was a great opportunity for members of the local community to come along and learn a bit more about the Tilba Tilba Lake catchment, the issues it faces and t
First it was the Art Gallery of NSW and then came the National Gallery of Australia but the 'hat-trick' for Tilba resident and Yuin artist, Cheryl Davison is the recent purchase by the National Museum of Australia of her painting Gulaga. Above: Gulaga acrylic on canvas 91 x 183 cm - published with the kind permission of the artist.
Cheryl is delighted with the acquisition as Gulaga is a much loved mountain that features often in her art and in her story telling. Above: Yuin
Tilba CWA is the first CWA state branch to partner with Return and Earn to convert your recyclables into donations. You can now take your bottles and cans to the Return & Earn Vending Machines in the Woolies car parks at Narooma and Bermagui and make a donation to Tilba CWA. Most drinks containers between 150ml and three litres can be recycled. They need to be in good condition (not broken or crushed), be empty and have the label attached. They take glass, plastic, aluminium,
South Coast Regional Exhibition of Woodwork
Bate Street, Central Tilba
Sat 8th Jun 2019 til Sun 9th Jun 2019
All tickets: $2.00
Bringing together the versatility, visual beauty and tactile experience of wood, and the magic of the wood artisan’s craftsmanship and designs, the annual Tilba Woodwork Exhibition and Sale will be held on the June long weekend.
The Exhibition showcases the work of fine wood crafters from north of Batemans Bay to south of Eden, with hundreds
Looking for something to do on the June Long weekend - then search no further. Head to Central Tilba where once again the Tilba Woodwork Show will be held in the Central Tilba Community Halls. This event has now been running for 24 years at Tilba and has developed a reputation for presenting fine woodwork for both appreciation and sale. Pieces range from decorative - either turned, carved or sculptured - to the practical and useful. Some are traditional, some are quirky,
Member for Bega Andrew Constance has today announced that motorists can expect a safer journey through Dignams Creek with major work now complete on the Princes Highway upgrade. Mr Constance said this project will make an immense difference to motorists and further highlights the Governments commitment to making the Princes Highway safer. “I was passionate about seeing this section of our highway completed, and with the major works now complete I look forward to continuing up
Central Tilba School of Arts Trust Inc present: Another Hairy Concert Fundraiser!! 6.00pm Saturday 11th May 2019 Come and support your local halls and enjoy another fantastic fun-filled and hairy ride through an evening of music and entertainment! An opportunity to experience a wide variety of local talent live on stage in the Small Hall, including musicians, tap dancers, singers and drummers. There’ll be a lucky door prize which will be drawn on the night too. You'll be cont
After a year off, the Easter Festival returned to Central Tilba on Saturday 20 April. In sparkling sunshine, close to 7,000 people poured down Corkhill Drive and into town. The Festival was opened by Walbunga Elder, Aunty Viv Mason and Eurobodalla Mayor, Liz Innes. Aunty Viv and the Dhaadjawan Dancers invited the crowd to participate in a smoking ceremony which set a spirit of inclusive participation for the day. With a new layout in Bate Street for stalls and increased seati
Batemans Bay 5:45am: Assembly at the Honour Stone, the Foreshore, Clyde Street. Dawn Service at the Honour Stone. Breakfast at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club.
10:00am: Muster at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club
10:20am: March to the Honour Stone.
10:45am: ANZAC Commemoration Service at the Honour Stone.
12:15pm: Anzac Wall walk at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club
12:30 pm: Luncheon for current and ex-Service Personnel and Partners. Bergalia 9:00am: ANZAC Service at
In readiness for the biggest day of the Tilba Calender year being the Tilba Easter Festival Council have renovated the toilet block just in time for the festival however the disabled toilet has not been finished in time so there is a temporary one, provided by Council, located in the car park on the corner of Bate St & Corkhill Drive. This year the Tilba Festival organisers are moving toward mobility friendliness and were hoping that the disabled toilets would be completed on
Sunday, April 21st will be the next monthly community documentary screening in the Old Cobargo Butter Factory at 3.30pm MAKING A MARK - Inspiration and aspiration on the cutting edge of the visual arts.
by Richard Jasek and Anna Vincent VIDEO: Making a Mark trailer: A chronicle of creative trailblazing - exploring one of the most personally challenging and financially tenuous of vocations, to live and work in the competitive world of the visual arts in Australia. A superb fi
Easter Saturday will see the main street of Central Tilba given over to the 2019 Tilba Easter Festival with street performers, hilarious street games, a great variety of market stalls, delicious food and more. The two halls in the middle of town fill with demonstrations, performers and shows. Behind the halls you will find a dedicated ‘Kids Zone’ run by the Tilba School P&C. The Festival offers all day family entertainment spread over three stages offering a huge variety of m
A crash on the Princes Highway south of Narooma has caused delays to Monday morning’s collection of recycling from Tilba, Central Tilba, Mystery Bay and Akolele. Any recycling bins missed on Monday morning will be emptied on Tuesday morning. #Tilba #Narooma #Community #Council
A woman has died after her sedan and a truck collided south of Narooma this morning. The crash happened about 7.10am (Monday 15 April 2019), on the Princes Highway when the northbound car and a truck travelling south collided. The female driver of the car died at the scene. The male driver of the truck has been taken to Moruya Hospital for mandatory testing. Traffic diversions in place for light traffic only along the Old Princes Highway via Tilba. Please monitor www.livetraf
NAROOMA Princes Hwy approximately 2km south of Old Hwy CRASH Truck, Car Started today 7:20am, last checked today 8:06am Impact: Highway closed in both directions. Diversions: Light vehicles via Old Hwy. This will add about 15 minutes to your travel time. Heavy vehicles are being parked. Attending:Local Council, Roads and Maritime Services, Emergency services Advice:Use diversions
Allow extra travel time Keep up to date at https://www.livetraffic.com #latest #Community #Naro
A few years ago the Tilba District embraced the team from River Cottage Australia during its 4 season run featuring the wonderful produce and lifestyle of our region. This year’s Tilba Festival will see popular local musician Joe Driscoll temporarily hanging up his guitar to re-launch the food van made famous by Paul West in the series. Joe says “Gone are the days of the humble hot dog. With a little imagination and tons of passion, the tempting, tasty and exciting combinatio
It’s been a couple of years between Boot Throws but the Tilba Festival is back for 2019. Held in the National Trust Village of Central Tilba since the mid-1980s, the Festival is a celebration of the heritage, local produce, musical talent and community of this area.
Gates open on April 20th at 9.00am and locals and visitors alike will enjoy a full day of great food and entertainment, with something for all members of the family. Entertainment starts early and includes three
Motorists are advised of extended work hours on the Princes Highway at Dignams Creek on Saturday to continue asphalting work as part of the $45 million upgrade. The southbound lane one kilometre north of Dignams Creek Road will be closed for 500 metres while the road base is replaced and surface resealed. The work is being carried out until Tuesday 9 April between 7am and 6pm on weekdays and 8am to 5pm on Saturday 6 April to complete the work. A reduced speed limit of 40 km/h
For the fifth year in a row, Grow the Music returns to the region. South East Arts is proud to again be able to bring Grow the Music to the Wallaga Lake Koori community, where they will spend two weeks conducting music development and recording sessions. At the end of the program everyone is invited to the Wallaga Lake Koori Community Concert on Sunday 14 April at 3pm, at the Wallaga Lake Koori Village north of Bermagui. The concert will feature performances from people of al
After two sell out performances at the Moruya Golf Club, the Moruya Red Door Theatre Company are taking the show on the road.
"Magical Moments Radio Show" is on stage this Saturday 7pm at the Tilba Community Hall, followed by a Sunday 1pm matinee show at the Narooma Kinema.
The show is a glimpse into 1930s live radio performances in Sydney. With live music, a crooning MC, some audience fun and two one act plays, the show is a humorous and musically filled event.
The Moruya Red Door Theatre ensemble invites all you dames and cats to the Magical Moments Radio Show. This spectacular 1930s-style radio review with live music and a swell two-act play is sure to be a real ring-a-ding-ding🎙🎭
This Saturday at the Moruya Golf Club, the Red Door Theatre begins its next tour of the Eurobodalla.
Moruya’s Red Door Theatre Company’ s fourth production Magical Moments Radio Show, on stage in March and April, with shows in Moruya, Tilba, Naroom
Time is running out for Narooma region landholders to take advantage of support and assistance for the control of lantana. A Weed of National Significance, lantana is a highly-invasive, plant that is toxic to stock and commonly infests hard-to-reach places. Wallaga Lake is the southern-most point in Australia that lantana grows and there is a national focus on eradicating it from the region. It also threatens the vulnerable Warty Zieria shrub, which only grows in the Tilba ar