NSW: 10 Events To Attend In April 2017

Choose Cheap Bus Hire In NSW To Attend These April Events!

With a wide variety of events and attractions available across the state, New South Wales is a premium holiday destination for vacationers. If you are visiting anytime soon in the month of April, don’t miss out on these events. Also, make sure to choose NSW cheap bus hire for an affordable group ride to the event destinations.

Nitro Circus Live: Central Coast- Gosford

Direct from sell-out shows across the world, the greatest action sports show on the planet is coming to New South Wales in the city of Gosford on the 1s of April, 2017. The event will feature 30 of the best extreme athletes in the world performing BMX and Skate, freestyle motocross and a host of outrageous contraptions being launched by the crazy Nitro daredevils as much as 50 feet above the ground. Expect to witness some of the biggest and most treacherous stunts in the world, in a completely choreographed theatrical masterpiece.

The World Of Musicals

Due to be held on the 3rd of April at the Cessnock city of NSW, the World of Musicals will bring together the very best of musical symphony to a lively appearance with the big company numbers from  Cabaret, Wicked, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia, Dirty Dancing, We Will Rock You, Sister Act, Lion King and Les Miserables.  There will also be stunning duet and solo numbers from the Little Shop of Horrors, Singing in the Rain, Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Once and Chicago.  The selected cast of highly accomplished and talented performers have featured in numerous worldwide hits, providing entertainment for the entire family to sing along the musical tunes.


Cementa17 is a biannual contemporary arts festival taking place this year on the 6th of April in the town of Kandos. Located on the edge of Coombermelon Mountain, this regional town offers an astonishing background to which artists are invited to craft and exhibit works relating to environmental, social and historical context of Kandos. This unique event will feature experimental and independent arts, performances, electronic arts, cabaret, photography, ceramics and painting. Artworks will pop up in cafes, in parks, on the streets, in garages, backyards, the pub, community halls and the church yards.

Colour Me Fun Run

Douse the streets of Goulburn city in the vibrant Autumn colours, as you participate in the Colour Me Fun Run happening on the 9th of April to celebrate an inclusive community. It’s a kind of an event where you can stroll, run or shove the kids in the pram, in order to make the entire activity a fun experience. Engage with community groups and local schools for some fundraising opportunities. Being a part of this event, you can receive a rave bib, a white T-shirt, pack of powder and a finishing medal.

Bluefest –Byron Bay

Formerly known by the name of East Coast International Blues & Roots Music Festival, the Bluefest is one of the highly esteemed musical festivals in Australia held over the long Easter Weekend. This year, the scheduled dates are from 13th to 17th of April in the Byron Bay Area. This leading contemporary music festival features a wide selection of national and international performers, with more than 200 performances of soul, folk, roots and blues on as many as 6 stages. Additionally, there will be food and market stalls, licensed bars and undercover food courts to cater the patrons.

Mayfield Garden Autumn Festival

The Mayfield Garden Autumn Festival kicks off on 15th of April in the town of Oberon, which is home to one of the largest private cool-climate gardens in the world, spread across an area of 36 acres, the Mayfield Garden.  The festival provides you a rare chance to experience the extensive private family garden, with something for everyone. Apart from sale of various cool-climate plants, there will be a produce store offering a garden and enclosure to plate menu. Some kids activities are also planned for the day.

Canowindra International Balloon Challenge

What it’s like to witness a gathering of hot air balloons taking to the skies each morning and late afternoon against the backdrop of a scenic skyline? Pay a visit to the historic township of Canowindra anytime from 18th to 25th of April, to watch the International Balloon Challenge unfold right before your eyes.  The key highlight is the sparkling balloon glow and the lighting up of balloon, as they are launched in synchronisation with the music. Night markets will be there to serve local produce, crafts and wine.


Just before the ANZAC day, a long weekend awaits you in Lithgow from 21st to 23rd of April, as the town celebrates an arts festival with a metallic edge. Held annually, the festival’s main objective is to rejoice playing and working metal. The IronFest brings together machine enthusiast, musicians, historical re-enactors, blacksmith, designers, makers and artists from all corners of the country, as well as from different parts of the world. This arts festival explores the connection between humans, identity and metal. With over 16000 attendees last year, the numbers are expected to grow even more in 2017.

Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone at Sydney Opera House

Do you fascinate the idea of watching Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone on a massive screen? And then follow it up with a live performance of the entire film score by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra? Well, the iconic Sydney Opera House has the gates open for all the Harry Potter fans, who want to relive the magic and marvel, as Hermione, Ron and Harry put their foot forward in the world of Hogwarts. It’s a rare opportunity to watch the screening in such an iconic setting.

Central Coast Italian Festival

Happening at the Ettalong Beach on the 29th and 30th of April, the Central Coast Italian Festival is an ideal time to enjoy everything Italian, right from the delectable cuisines to a glass of wine. Italian vocalists will entertain you throughout the day, literally enticing you to hit the dance floor. Kids can catch the puppet shows on the Market Stage as the wandering accordionist livens up the space. Best of Italian fashion will be put on display along with jewellery and accessories from both international and local designer labels.