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GLOW at Sydney Zoo. Friday 12 May through to Saturday 3 June. 5.30pm – 10pm each night.

GLOW is back at Sydney Zoo – bigger, brighter and better! Be dazzled by over 70 giant animal lanterns and installations including the enormous 27m Kaurna Skink. Explore an underwater world in the After-Dark Aquarium. Test your skills in the retro Neon Arcade and play Glowy Golf. Check out the view from the glowing Ferris wheel and have a blast in the Rides Zone. Top off your night with an incredible selection of food trucks. GLOW sold out in 2022 so be sure to grab your tickets. Visit Sydneyzoo.com/GLOW
GLOW is an accessible and inclusive event for everyone to enjoy, designed for varying levels of mobility with no hills or steps.
Sydney Zoo – 700 Great Western Highway, Bungarribee.  Sessions: 5:30pm, 6:00pm, 6:30pm, 7:00pm, 7:30pm – Limited tickets each night.
  • Adults 16+ $29.99
  • Children 3-15 $24.99
  • Infants 0-2 FREE
FREE parking.

Fire Station Open Day. Saturday 13 May, 10am – 2pm.

Come and meet your local firefighters and learn about home fire safety at the Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) Open Day on Saturday 13 May.

Many fire stations across NSW will be throwing open their doors between 10am and 2pm to showcase FRNSW’s broad capabilities.

Children will be able to see a fire truck, demonstrations and firefighting equipment whilst the grown-ups will be able to find out more about home fire safety.

Castle Hill, Kellyville, Schofields, Seven Hills, Baulkham Hills, Riverstone and Blacktown are some of the local stations participating. Click here to find the closest participating fire station to you.

 

Riverstone Festival. Saturday 13 May, 9.30am – 3pm.

Join in a day of activities and entertainment for the whole family, including food and market stalls, stage performers, rides and workshops.

Highlights of the festival include the street parade which will commence at 11 am. The greatly anticipated street parade will showcase local community groups, car clubs, marching bands and many more.

For more details click here.

 

Galston Valley Railway Open Day. Sunday 14 May. 9.30am – 3pm.

Run by the Hornsby Model Engineers’ Co-operative, Galston Valley Railway is a miniature railway with a main line length of about 1km running through a picturesque bush setting, with a mix of steam and diesel trains. Great for little train fanatics. Currently, you must book in advance – visit the railway’s Facebook page for the latest information and for details on booking. Train riders must wear enclosed shoes.

 

Powerhouse Castle Hill

Powerhouse Castle Hill is open every Saturday and Sunday.  Here’s what’s on this Saturday and Sunday:

 

The Farm at Lynwood Country Club. Every Sunday 11am – 2pm.

Bring the kids along to Lynwood Country Club to see rabbits, goats and sheep! They’ll be entertained by the animal feedings and learn about life on the farm.

 

Markets

  • Castle Hill Farmers and Fine Food Market – Saturday 13 May. 8am to 12pm. Castle Hill Showground.
  • St Albans Village Market – Sunday 14 May. 10am to 2pm. St Albans.
  • Dural Village Markets. Sunday 14 May. 9am to 2pm. Dural Country Club.

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