What's On: Your events guide for the Mid North Coast

Mountain Maid Heritage Gold Mine Tour

December 29 - January 5, 8 and 12

Explore the colonial heritage of Copeland Tops. Copeland Tops State Conservation Area is a precinct of natural beauty and colonial heritage near Gloucester. You can uncover its treasures on these guided tours every Wednesday and Saturday 10am. Bookings essential. $$

New Year's Eve Celebrations Gloucester

Friday, December 31

Twilight Market, Community Festival and Fireworks at Gloucester District Park, proudly brought to you by Gloucester Business Chamber. Come along and enjoy live local entertainment, market stalls, kids amusements, food and best of all, fireworks! Amusements (face painting, sack races) 5pm-9pm, community barbecue's to raise funds for local organisations 6pm-9pm. Fireworks at 9pm.

Gloucester Gallery

To January 2

'A Celebration of Colour' exhibition of artworks by Beryl Moriarty and Christine Long. An eclectic collection of artworks capturing the picturesque landscapes of the Manning Valley's hinterland and beyond, alongside colourful renditions of your favourite flowers, still life's as well as some of our feathered friends. This exhibition is open daily Thursday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm, and Sunday 10am-1pm. Entry is free.

Copeland Cultural Connections Tour

Sunday January 2 and Tuesday January 4

Walk alongside an Aboriginal volunteer on this four kilometre tour in Copeland Tops State Conservation area and discover the traditional lands of the Worimi and Biripi people. Connect with this beautiful country as you listen to cultural stories from 10am.