What's On

16
Jun
2018

16-06-2018
Cootamundra Development Corporation Hold the Annual Business Awards

Cootamundra Development Corporation Hold the Annual Business Awards

Held at the Cootamundra Country Club

16
Jun
2018

16-06-2018

Greta Bradman “Home”Live in Concert, with pianist Kate Johnson

Held at the Sacred Heard Church Cootamundra 1:30pm

Tickets: $52 Concession: $45 + Booking Fee. To book visit www.gretabradman.com for ticket purchase assistance please call 02 9266 4034

16
Jun
2018

16-06-2018 9:00 am -7:00 pm
$650.00
Wired Open Labs 2018: Taxidermy for beginners

Wired Open Labs 2018: Taxidermy for beginners

Natalie Delaney-John, rest in pieces.9am to 7pm

Jugiong Memorial Hall, Jugiong.

In this 10 hour workshop you will learn:

How to get hands on with the art of taxidermy, correct skinning, preserving and mounting techniques for a standing specimen and how to turn your specimen into a work of art.

Each attendee will leave this workshop with their own mounted rat specimen and an amazing experience to remember.  Introductory class suitable for beginners.  Participants under 18 yrs please contact us prior to booking. All materials provided.  Please bring a smart phone with a high quality camera.

Tickets:  $650

www.wiredlab.org

$650.00
17
Jun
2018

17-06-2018
$550.00
Wired Open Labs 2018: Butterflies and bubbles

Wired Open Labs 2018: Butterflies and bubbles
Jason Penfold, Rest in Pieces. 10am to 6pm
Jugiong Memorial Hall, Jugiong. In this 8 hour entomology and butterfly pinning workshop you will learn:
To rehydrate your specimens, create your own pinning board,pin specimens, unpin and present your feature.
Each attendee will leave this workshop with 3 practice butterflies and your chosen feature specimen. Introductory class suitable for beginners.
Participants under 18yrs please contact us prior to booking.
All materials, provided, including bubbles.
Please bring a smart phone with a high quality camera.
Tickets $550

$550.00
21
Jun
2018

21-06-2018 2:00 pm -4:00 pm

U3A – Boule on the Library Lawn

22
Jun
2018

22-06-2018

U3A Friday Film.  A Town Like Alice 10am at Stephen Ward Rooms

28
Jun
2018

28-06-2018 2:00 pm -4:00 pm

 U3A – Boule on the Library Lawn

01
Jul
2018

01-07-2018 9:00 am -1:00 pm

held at the Mackay Reserve, 1st Sunday of each month, 9am-1pm. Lots to come and see including, woodwork, plants, candles, custom cookies, cakes, honey, soap, coffee art, sausage sizzle, CADAS kids,, Trash & Treasure, Knit wear, wall art and more! Stall Holders welcome contact Carole: 69432528 Eve: 69432565 or Kerry: 69432726.

07
Jul
2018

07-07-2018
Black Tie Ball with a splash of pink.

Black Tie Ball with a splash of pink. Black Tie Ball Fundraiser for RFDS and The Jane McGrath Foundation. Glen McGrath will be a special guest. Big Sydney Band, 2 course meal. More details about tickets etc, coming soon.

08
Jul
2018

08-07-2018 9:00 am -6:00 pm
Girl Guides Cootamundra Sunday Markets

Held at Fisher Park, BBQ and raffle. New Stall holders welcome. Contact 69423638 or 0427423628

Getting Here

 To view Bus and Train maps, timetables and more information, click the image below.

transport timetable

Cootamundra is conveniently located almost exactly half way between Melbourne and Sydney.

Driving from Sydney; simply get on to the M1 which becomes the M5 and keep following it south where it becomes the M31 (Hume Highway). Take the Jugiong exit (Riverside Dr, with a must see period style Pub with magnificent outdoor areas) and soon turn right onto Jugiong Rd, which then goes all the way to Cootamundra. Welcome to Cootamundra!

Driving from Melbourne; jump onto the Citylink and take the M2 exit (North), and then past the airport turn on to the Western Ring Rd (M80) heading north and next take the Hume Freeway (M31). Following the Hume Freeway to Gundagai and about 10 minutes past the Dog On The Tuckerbox, take the Muttama Rd exit all the way to Cootamundra. Great to see you here at Cootamundra!

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