WHAT'S ON

See what floats your boat this November

The Bay Games

Huskisson, November 8-10

The fittest everyday athletes from around Australia will travel to Jervis Bay to showcase the heart and dedication required to compete against the most determined weekend warriors. The Bay Games is Australia's premier Functional Fitness Festival which combines beach and land-based activities. Athletes battle it out on the sand, in the sea, and in the main arena. In true festival style there is something for the entire family including solo events, team events, junior events, Strong Man and Woman events plus a charity fun run. The games take place at White Sands Park from 5am-6pm.

The grand parade of the Boats Afloat Festival attracts a huge crowd at the Narooma Bridge and boardwalk.

The grand parade of the Boats Afloat Festival attracts a huge crowd at the Narooma Bridge and boardwalk.

Car Show

Vincentia, November 9

This Saturday, enjoy live music, street eats and markets, plus beautiful vintage, historic and restored cars. There's a gold coin donation on entry at the Vincentia Shopping Village Courtyard from 9am-12pm.

Rock n Rollers

Batemans Bay, November 16

It's time to get your dancing shoes on with the Batemans Bay Rock n Rollers from 4pm- 6pm at the Batemans Bay foreshore. The Shack Shakers will get you grooving to some cool rock n roll/rockabilly tunes. After the music, set yourself up on your camp chair, beanbag or rug to enjoy an open air moonlight movie.

The Batemans Bay Rock n Rollers turn up the music and dance by the Clyde River.

The Batemans Bay Rock n Rollers turn up the music and dance by the Clyde River.

Boats Afloat Festival

Narooma, November 15-17

Boaters from along the South Coast have been polishing and perfecting their pride and joy to set sail in the Wagonga Inlet next weekend. From clinkers and putt-putts to cruisers and yachts, the festival is a celebration of all traditional boats. To read more, click here.

Navigate Arts

Tanja, November 9

Dreamwave II - Full Moon in Taurus features a somatic-ecstatic dance journey as well as an audiovisual journey in the space of the Old Tanja Church. Starting off the evening, there will be a sacred cacao ceremony. Cacao is sacred heart medicine, opening the heart and connecting us with our true selves. Finally, a groovy DJ set from Hedge Zeppelin will continue until late. Leave behind your material clutter and relish in the warm embrace of our Mother Earth and all the elementals and find acceptance in who you are. Chai, sweet treats and spring-themed soup and bread will be available to purchase. Bring a yoga mat or cushion and your water bottle. This is a drug and alcohol free event. From 6pm at the Old Tanja Church, 1140 Tathra-Bermagui Road.

Head to Jervis Bay this weekend to watch athletes battle it out in beach and land-based activities.

Head to Jervis Bay this weekend to watch athletes battle it out in beach and land-based activities.

Love of Flamenco

Wolumla, November 10

ARIA winner Bobby Singh is an internationally renowned tabla player, both in traditional Indian classical music and cross cultural genres. Singh will be in duet with Flamenco guitarist Damian Wright in a special concert celebrating their mutual love of Flamenco and Hindustani Classical music at the Wolumla Hall from 6pm. Tickets $25.

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