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Events in and around Tumut

Greetings from Tumut, one of the most happening towns in New South Wales, Australia. If you are looking for some fun and exciting events, then Tumut is the place to be. Throughout the year, the town hosts numerous events that cater to all age groups and interests. From music festivals to sporting events, Tumut has everything to offer. Let's dive in and explore seasonal events in and around Tumut.

WINTER EVENTS IN TUMUT:
Winter is a magical time in Tumut, with snow-capped mountains, cosy fireplaces, and a warm community. Some exciting winter events happening in Tumut are:

- Batlow CiderFest: This festival celebrates the town's famous Batlow Cider. With live music, food stalls, and, of course, cider tasting, this festival is a must-attended event.
- Snowy Mountains Trout Fest: Held in June, this event is perfect for fishing enthusiasts. With different categories, competitions, and a chance to win exciting prizes, Trout Fest is a unique experience.
- Christmas on Elm: Get into the festive spirit with Christmas on Elm. Held in late July, this event brings the community together with Christmas decorations, market stalls, and live music.

SPRING EVENTS IN TUMUT:
Spring is the time when nature comes back to life in Tumut. With flowers in full bloom and the weather warming up, the town hosts some fun events, including:

- Tumut River Brewing Oktoberfest: Held in late October, this festival celebrates beer, food, and German traditions. With live music and fun games, it is a great way to welcome spring.
- Tumut Aero Club's Fly-In: This is a unique event where you can experience flying in a small plane. With scenic flights and aviation displays, this event is perfect for aviation enthusiasts.
- Tumut Cup: Held in late October, this event is the highlight of the racing season at the Tumut Turf Club. With horse races, fashion, and entertainment, it is a day not to be missed.

SUMMER EVENTS IN TUMUT:
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors in Tumut. With warm weather and long days, the town hosts some exciting events, including:

- Tumut River Canoe and Kayak Race: Held in January, this event is perfect for adventure seekers. With races for all skill levels, it is a fun day out on the water.
- Tumut Valley Fly-In: This is the perfect event for aviation enthusiasts. With dozens of vintage planes on display, it's an airshow not to be missed.
- Riverina in the Round: Held in February, this is a two-day music festival featuring local and international artists. With camping options available, it's a great way to spend a weekend.

AUTUMN EVENTS IN TUMUT:
Autumn is a beautiful time in Tumut, with leaves changing colour and cool weather. The town hosts some unique and fun-filled events, including:

- Tumut Rodeo: This is a fun and unique event for the whole family. With bull riding, barrel racing, and other rodeo events, it's a must-attend event.
- Tumbarumba Tastebuds: Held in late April, this festival celebrates the town's food and wine culture. With local produce, wine tasting, and live music, it's a great way to spend a day.
- Tumut Art and Antiques Trail: Held in May, this event is perfect for art enthusiasts. With galleries and antique shops open all day, it's a great way to explore the town's art and antique scene.

No matter what time of the year, Tumut has something for everyone. From festivals to sporting events, the town hosts numerous events that cater to all age groups and interests. Don't miss out on these exciting events, and make sure to mark them on your calendar.

Contact Details:
For more information about these events and many others, you can contact the Tumut Region Visitor Centre on 02 6947 7025 or email info@visittumut.com.au. The Centre is located at 5 Adelong Road, Tumut, NSW 2720.


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