Media Events Calendar
The Media Events Calendar is a list of local, state and national events submitted by Medianet Clients. The Media Events Calendar is available across Medianet’s network of websites and subscribers.
As a Medianet client, you can request your event to be placed on the Media Events Calendar. Please contact your Account Manager or the Client Services team for more information or to have your event included: email@example.com / 1300 616 813.
- ILCA Laser Dinghy Sailing Class 50th Anniversary Parade
- The Kokoda Challenge - Gold Coast
- National Science Week
- Margaret River Region Open Studios
20/06/2021 - Sydney Harbour - Sydney Opera House to South Head
200+ Laser sailing dinghies will sail across Sydney Harbour on Sunday 20 June 2021, starting at 10:00am from Sydney Opera House, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Olympic one-person sailing class.
17/07/2021-18/07/2021 - Gold Coast Hinterland
The Kokoda Challenge is Australia’s toughest team endurance event which raises funds for Aussie kids who participate in the Youth Programs run by the Kokoda Youth Foundation, a local charity who change the lives of Aussie teens. Contact Jessica Wilson on 07 5539 4141 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
14-22 August 2021 - Online and multiple in-person locations around Australia http://www.scienceweek.net.au/events/
Beer science, a shark dissection, gut microbes and mental health, penguins coping with climate change, astronomer ‘Space Gandalf’, design-a-drone workshops, finding night owls, shooting stars, donut-flinging robots, tasty school lessons about the future of food, and hundreds more events and activities online and in each city for National Science Week.
For national media highlights contact Tanya Ha via 03 9398 1416 or email@example.com State/territory media contacts via: http://www.scienceweek.net.au/contacts/
Media centre: https://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/science-week
11/09/2021-26/09/2021 - Various Locations, Busselton to Margaret River, WA
Margaret River Region Open Studios promises to be more vibrant than ever, capturing the colours of spring and wildflower season and providing an opportunity for visitors to enjoy the Margaret River region in all its glory.
Take a road trip through the Margaret River Region while visiting artists along the way, taking you off the main roads and into the homes, farms, wineries, and beach houses of some incredibly talented artists.
For more information visit www.mrropenstudios.com.au or follow on Facebook and Instagram.
Contact: Jane Pittaway; Bright Communications