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: Community Forms and 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.

Lunchtime Pilates with Sue

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

This is a low impact workout based on traditional Pilates principles. This class is aimed at beginners but will offer progressions for those who want something more challenging. BYO yoga mat, towel, and water bottle. $5

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A dose of nature – weekly walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals for a gentle stroll in nature. 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 ANZAC Day 25 April No bookings required. Click on this LINK to view maps of locations…

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A dose of nature – weekly walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals for a gentle stroll in nature. 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 ANZAC Day 25 April No bookings required. Click on this LINK to view maps of locations…

Rosemary’s Way – Film screening and talk for Refugee Week

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

Join us for a special evening in honour of Refugee Week. Arad Nik a refugee from Southern Iran will share his journey which eventually led to making Tasmania his home. Arad will introduce the heart-warming film Rosemary’s Way.  The film celebrates the remarkable Rosemary Kariuki and the group of vulnerable migrant women of suburban Sydney whose lives she helps transform from isolation…

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A dose of nature – weekly walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals for a gentle stroll in nature. 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 ANZAC Day 25 April No bookings required. Click on this LINK to view maps of locations…

Come and Try Croquet – for older people

Kingston Croquet Club 159 Summerleas Road, Kingston, Tas

Feel like trying something new or refreshing an old skill? Come along to this relaxed morning at the Kingston Croquet Club. No experience necessary. Just a sense of fun :) Morning tea will be provided. This is a free activity. Please note there will be a temporary road closure on Summerleas Road between Queens Parade…

Voluntary assisted dying – legislation explained – Tuesday Talk

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

Tasmania's Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation is complex and lengthy. Hilde Nilsson, a retired nurse withe a life-long interest in end-of-life management, will give an easy-to-understand explanation of the legislation and how it operates in Tasmania. Hand-outs will be provided and there'll be time to have questions answered. This is a free session. Morning tea provided.

Kingston Death Café July 2024

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

A Death Cafe is an invitation to get together to explore how anything relating to Death and Dying might be ‘understood differently’ … more naturally. An opportunity to share, become informed and provide food-for-thought for planning for one’s own death, in a relaxing atmosphere - with coffee & cake! The objective is of a Death Cafe…

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A dose of nature – weekly walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals for a gentle stroll in nature. 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 ANZAC Day 25 April No bookings required. Click on this LINK to view maps of locations…

Reduce pain and inflammation through your Diet

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

What you eat may trigger chronic pain and inflammation. Hear from Nutritionist Jennifer Phillips about what foods would help to reduce chronic pain in your body so that you can attain optimal health and well-being using evidenced-based nutritional science and foods that you can easily access from the grocery store. Jennifer Phillips is a qualified Nutritionist…

Make a start on your Advance Care Directive (ACD)

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

An Advance Care Directive is designed to be used if you do not have capacity to make decisions for yourself. This includes treatments you would accept or refuse if you had a life-threatening illness or injury. An Advance Care Directive will only be used if you do not have capacity to make decisions for yourself…

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A dose of nature – weekly walks in Kingborough Reserves

Join Council’s Natural Areas Interpretation Officer, BJ and health professionals for a gentle stroll in nature. 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 ANZAC Day 25 April No bookings required. Click on this LINK to view maps of locations…

National NAIDOC Week – Kelp Basket making

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

Celebrate NAIDOC week at the Kingborough Community Hub. Create a kelp basket from raw materials. This workshop will be guided by Kingborough Council's Trainee Aboriginal Land Management Officer, Nicole. If you have any questions, contact us: artsinfo@kingborough.tas.gov.au or phone 6211 8200. Tickets are $25 per adult and $15 per child (up to 18 years).