What's happening around Port Augusta

What's happening around Port Augusta


A dark comedy

A dark Australian comedy about an industrial town where the desert meets the sea. DRY is a dystopian western inspired by the resilient inhabitants of many Australian outback towns especially those of NW South Australia. Tickets available at statetheatrecompany.com.au. Showing Saturday, November 13.

Tour of Honour

Australia Day Council Visit

Port Augusta will be an official stop on this years Tour of Honour. This event will bring our incredible Australian of the Year Awards recipients to the regions on November 11 and 12. Engage with Dr James Muecke AM, Tanya Hosch, Isobel Marshall and Professor Richard Bruggemann . Book online on Eventbrite, Australian of the Year Tour of Honour 2021.

Stepping Forward

Family Drug Support

A free educational and reality-based session for families and friends affected by someone's substance use. This session will appeal to a wide audience with emphasis on being straight forward, practical and interactive. Secure your seat by searching Stepping Forward on eventbrite.

Charity Match

Souths vs Emergency Services

Watch South Augusta take on Emergency Services in the Bradley Amos Cup. There will be a sausage sizzle, auskick game, and a pop-up vaccination clinic. Events kick off from 4pm, but the main game starts at 6pm. Central Oval, Saturday, November 13.

Garden Club Meeting

Fire safety in your home

Come and hear from Kylee McNamee (community fire officer) at the next meeting of the Port Augusta Garden Club on Wednesday, November 17 at 7pm, at the corner of Elizabeth Terrace and Paringa Road. Other features: Plant auction, Show Bench display, raffle, limited supper. Memberships available. All welcome. Info Shirley 8642401.

Quorn Market

Produce and Craft

Homemade relishes, chutneys and jams, Baked goods, Fresh local produce, Coffee, cakes & slices, Handmade knits and craft and so much more. Next on Sunday, November 28.

Port Germein Foreshore Markets

Markets by the bay

The Port Germein Foreshore Markets hold a variety of stalls in and around the historic railway goods shed. On the fourth Sunday of the month, from 9am to 1pm.

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