Category: Tourism

Redkite join Tulip Time

February 24, 2017Posted in: Tourism
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Tulip Time 2016

Wingecarribee Shire Council is proud to announce Redkite as this year’s Tulip Time partner. Council’s Manager Tourism and Events, Steve Rosa said the team were looking forward to working with the charity in the lead up to this year’s 57th annual Tulip Time festivities. “Redkite is a wonderful Australian charity providing essential support to children...

Council calls for 2017 Tulip Time charity partner

October 7, 2016Posted in: Community, Tourism
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Tulip Time 2016

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from charities wishing to become the official charity partner for next year’s Tulip Time celebrations. Council’s Manager Tourism and Events, Steve Rosa is encouraging all eligible charities to lodge an application. “Tulip Time is our largest annual event bringing in tens of thousands of visitors from across...

Expressions of Interest called for 2016 Art Studio Trail

April 14, 2016Posted in: Events, Tourism
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling for Expressions of Interest from studios and artists to participate in the 2016 Southern Highlands Art Studio Trail. The Art Studio Trail is the feature event of the Southern Highlands Arts Festival which runs throughout the month of November. “The Art Studio Trail gives the public a rare opportunity to...

Tulip Time 2015 closes with record numbers

September 29, 2015Posted in: Events, Tourism
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The 55th Southern Highlands Tulip Time Festival has been hailed a success, with a record-breaking number of visitors enjoying the bright blooms. More than 38,000 people flocked through the gates of Corbett Gardens during the 13 day festival which ended on Sunday, smashing the previous record of 35,300 which was set in 2014. Council’s Event...

Council to host Economic Summit Project Planning workshop

July 13, 2015Posted in: Events, Other, Tourism

Following from last month’s inaugural Economic Summit, Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting interested parties to a follow-up meeting to progress the Summit’s priority projects. Council’s Economic Development Manager Noel Ferguson explained the idea behind the follow-up workshop. “Last month we had over 100 people turn up for the Economic Summit at Chevalier College,” he said....