Events

We are a vibrant, diverse community where there is always an interesting activity or event to get along to.

Please visit our Waste Wise Events Policy page.

Events that are being held on Council owned or managed land require a permit. You may be required to fill out applications forms depending on your event.
Please follow this link for more information: Event Permits

Here we list some of our favourite upcoming events, scroll down to see what’s on.  Please choose the filter to search for particular events like ARTS, SENIORS and YOUTH eg.

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A dose of nature – walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join these gentle strolls around some of Council's reserves and be guided by Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals. The gentle walks will focus on the natural world around us and the health benefits of spending time in nature. Every Thursday from 9.30-10am (except 29 December and 26 January). No bookings required.…

Sip and Paint: View from Kunanyi/ Mount Wellington

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Come and join us for Sip and Paint at Kingston Beach! BYO Event! About this event We will be painting a stunning view from Kunanyi/ Mount Wellington.   Who is this session for? Suitable for those who like to paint, and spend time with friends, in a calm and relaxed atmosphere – all levels of…

Create a Nature Wall Hanging

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Join Cassey from Forest Organics in a 2-hour Nature & Art based workshop that explores our relationship with Nature, Art and Ourselves. About the event Join Cassey from Forest Organics in a 2-hour Nature & Art based workshop that explores our relationship with Nature, Art and Ourselves. This workshop begins with a short guided meditation…

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Make Your Own Elixirs

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Discover how to extract plants for medicinal use. About this event This three-hour intensive workshop will delve deep into the various ways that plants can be processed in order to capture their medicinal qualities. Sarah is a qualified naturopath with a long history of using herbs and works professionally as a herbal medicine manufacturer. She…

Making Memories Stitching Time

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

'Memory objects can bring comfort, preserve special memories and support our ongoing relationships with loved ones who have died. '- Anzara About this event In this four-hour workshop we will be making memory objects from textiles and/or other suitable objects. Chosen materials could have belonged to a loved one who has died or who is…

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A dose of nature – walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join these gentle strolls around some of Council's reserves and be guided by Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals. The gentle walks will focus on the natural world around us and the health benefits of spending time in nature. Every Thursday from 9.30-10am (except 29 December and 26 January). No bookings required.…

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mumara patrula – wood for the fire (walking tour)

Trial Bay Trial Bay Boat Ramp, Kettering, TAS

On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, Tasmania. The January/February events are fully booked. About this event This enlightening and moving guided tour is written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania. It is…

Preserve Tomatoes

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Introduction to preserving basics - Tomatoes Are you interested in learning the basics of preserving tomatoes, but it all seems a bit daunting? Are you lucky enough to grow your own tomatoes at home, but can never manage to eat or give away all your crop each season? Or you may buy tomatoes from local…

Really Really Free Market New Years Clean Out – Book a Table

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

Give your things away to someone who needs them. Find yourself a treasure. It's all Really Really Free at Tassie's most generous market. About the event The Really Really Free Market (RRFM) is a community gathering based on the concept of giving. It is a demonstration of building community based on sharing resources, abundance, reuse,…

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A dose of nature – walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join these gentle strolls around some of Council's reserves and be guided by Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals. The gentle walks will focus on the natural world around us and the health benefits of spending time in nature. Every Thursday from 9.30-10am (except 29 December and 26 January). No bookings required.…

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Visible Mending

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Patch it, mend it, or darn it. About this event Bring along your ripped, torn and distressed garments and learn the art of visible mending. We will teach you a variety of techniques including Japanese Sachiko, free-motion darning, embroidery and applique to cover holes and bring new life to your favourite clothing. For further information…

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mumara patrula – wood for the fire (walking tour)

Trial Bay Trial Bay Boat Ramp, Kettering, TAS

On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, Tasmania. The January/February events are fully booked. About this event This enlightening and moving guided tour is written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania. It is…