Join the public Annual Grape Stomping Championships and regular Sunday Music in the Vineyards.
Held on the second Sunday of February each year. Teams of two jump in wooden barrels to see how much juice they can stomp out of 10 kilograms of grapes in 60 seconds. You could see your name added to the grape stomp honour board at the Cellar Door and become part of Bago Vineyard history.
The fun doesn’t stop there, get lost in the biggest hedge maze in the southern hemisphere. So, bring along your picnic rugs and umbrellas, pick a spot on the lush rolling lawns, and settle in for a great day.
From February 16 to 18, 2018, Greater Port Macquarie is excited to be hosting the NSW Junior State Touch Competition again, the world’s largest weekend touch football competition. More than 300 teams are expected to compete in the event which will bring around 16000 competitors and spectators. Come and watch some of the finest up and coming athletes in the state compete for the coveted title.
16 (Friday) - 18 (Sunday)
Port Macquarie Regional Sports Stadium
Boundary Street, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444
Held the third Sunday of every month at Bruce Porter Reserve on the banks of the beautiful Camden Haven River at Laurieton, the Riverwalk Markets showcase local produce, gourmet foods, arts and craft, plants and bric-a-brac. Stall holders come from as far as Newcastle and the Hunter Valley such is the popularity of the markets. Pony rides and a jumping castle are regular features as well as live music.