Australia – What to Expect in February 2016 – Events from Across the Country
If you are lucky enough to live in or be visiting one of the most beautiful and exciting countries in the world, you may be wondering what events are in store for the coming year. As you would expect with a bustling country like Australia, the events are plentiful, no matter what part of the country you reside. These are some of the popular February events in Australia to look forward to, in some of the major cities. You can sample and try out whichever catches your fancy.
As one of the busiest and most popular cities in Australia, you would expect to find an abundance of events to enjoy in Sydney, and you would not be wrong. Heavy metal enthusiasts may want to get themselves along to the Bald Faced Stag on the 4th February, where they can enjoy the sounds of Australian Death Metal as they open their world tour at this slick venue.
If you enjoy plays, Ladies Day at the SBW Stables Theatre is worth taking a look at on the 5th February. This is a play which centres on some topical subjects, including tolerance, love and hope.
As the year kicks off, we all make promises to get fitter and if you are already one step ahead of the game, you may want to challenge yourself with the Sydney morning Herald Sun Run 2016. You can choose from different courses, depending on your fitness levels and also enjoy the stunning morning sun views.
Romance and Laughter in Brisbane
A couple of events you might want to consider looking at in February are music from Russell Morris and guest at the Kedron Wavell Services Club on the 27th February or if you are feeling the love, there is a Valentine’s Day Hot Air Balloon event at CBD on the 14th February. You will enjoy a hot air flight where you can soak up some amazing views, as well as an exquisite champagne breakfast.
Eat, Drink and be Merry in Melbourne
What better way to kick off a new month than with some delicious Chinese food, which you can do, while celebration the Chinese New Year at the Langham in Southbank Boulevard. You will need tickets for this event, which takes place on the 1st February.
If you are looking for a giggle, you might want to check out Nick Cody at the Comics Lounge Comedy from 2nd to 6th February or Lehmo on the 17th February.
Valentine’s Day Delights in Perth
If you want to treat your better half to a romantic meal on Valentine’s Day, you may want to try the high tea at The George Perth. The package includes some sparkling wine on arrival and is ticketed, so you better get in quickly for this one!
Music lovers will not want to miss out on the Free Summer Concert at Hyde Park on the 14th February with everything from jazz to contemporary. If you are feeling the pinch this year, this may be a good choice for Valentine’s Day and is proving to be one the most popular February events in Australia to enjoy.