What's on: Sept 2023
Your new to-do list from September to November 2023.
Hobart Gin Festival
If G&Ts, a masterclass and prizes sound like your thing, head to the Princes Wharf No1 on Hobart’s waterfront to see 40 Australian craft distillers showing off their signature gins and production secrets.
Burst into a new season
20 - 24 September
Described as a collision of art, performance and music, the Junction Arts Festival is a unique way to celebrate the start of spring. With an abundance of installations and creative spaces throughout Launceston, contemporary art and music break out of theatres and galleries into the streets, public spaces and historic buildings. Started as a one-off event in 2010, it was such a hit with Launnie locals that it has become a must-visit annual event for artists and audiences. Prince's Square is the home of all the festival action, with live music, bars and delicious local food.
4 - 7 October
Timed perfectly for the school holidays, take the kids to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery for the state’s only dedicated annual cultural festival for children. This year’s theme is ‘twist and turn’.
Spring in the Vines Hobart
3 - 5 November
Discover the vineyards of Southern Tasmania at this wine festival, returning for its third year with more than 40 of the best wine producers from the region. Meet wine growers and makers plus food, music, art and other wine experiences. All just a short drive from Hobart.
The 42nd Tasmanian Craft Fair
3 - 6 November
Held annually in the picturesque township of Deloraine, this year’s event will feature more than 240 high-quality exhibitors, plus working craft demonstrations and artists.
RACT Club Run
We’re inviting members to register their interest to participate in a recreation of our first club run 100 years ago. Driving in convoy from Hobart to New Norfolk, participants will receive gift bags and afternoon tea in New Norfolk. Now’s your chance to showcase your special history vehicle.