Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend!

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There are so many fun things to do this weekend. This is just our top 5, you’ll find the rest on our website calendar

Where’s Wally Zone, Rhodes

When: Saturday 28th April, 11am – 2pm

Where: Rhodes Waterside

Where’s Wally? The search is on to find Wally and his friends! Search for Wally and his friends as they hike around the world on the beach, at the train station, at sea…and at Rhodes Waterside!

More info here


Ryde District Mums Back 2 School Disco

When: Saturday 28th April, 3pm – 4.30pm

Where: Shepherds Bay Community Centre – 3a Bay Drive, Meadowbank

Finish off the school holidays in the best way possible by boogying back into Term 2 with Bop till you Drop entertainment! Your kids will have a blast dancing, singing and playing games with these awesome entertainers. Your kids will have a blast dancing, singing and playing games with our awesome entertainers. BUY TICKETS HERE!

More info here.


City of Ryde Outdoor Movie – Boss Baby

When: Saturday 28th April, 5pm – 8pm

Where: Yamble Reserve, Ryde

Enjoy the School Holidays with a FREE Outdoor Movie thanks to City of Ryde! 🎥 🍿

The event starts at 5.00pm, with Movie at approximately 6.00pm or Sundown. 

  • Entry is free
  • Bring your own low chair, beanbag or picnic rug
  • There will be food trucks on site at each Cinema

More info here.


Biennale of Sydney Family Day, Cockatoo Island

When: Sunday 29th April, 11am – 4pm

Where: Cockatoo Island

Cockatoo Island dedicates two days during the Biennale to families and community through music, performance, talks, workshops and activities for all ages. ALL FREE!

More info here.


Lifeline Bookfair – Thornleigh

When: Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th April, 8am – 5pm

Where: Thornleigh Community Centre – Cnr Phyllis & Central Aves Thornleigh

Books, DVDs and CDs at the sale are sorted into over 50 categories including General Fiction, Old Favourites, Romance, Sci-fi/Fantasy, Literature, Art, and Children’s 0-16, Lifestyle, Military, Art/Media, Cooking, Collectibles so there really is something for everyone.

All money raised goes towards Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury’s crisis support and suicide prevention programs including the 24/7 telephone crisis support hotline, group counselling for people struggling with gambling, hoarding, financial issues, suicide bereavement and much more.

More info here.