Canberra's 2021 Autumn Events Calendar

Canberra's 2021 Autumn Events Calendar

Canberra's autumn events calendar is full of more than festivals. Enjoy world-class art, outdoor challenges and, of course, plenty of festivals. 

Mark these events in your calendar.

  1. March

    Enlighten Illuminations
    Various locations, 26 February - 8 March

    Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London
    National Gallery of Australia, 5 March - 14 June

    Lights! Canberra! Action!
    5 March

    Canberra Balloon Spectacular
    Patrick White Lawns, 6 - 14 March

    Symphony in the Park
    7 March

    Canberra Day
    8 March

    National Sheep Dog Trial Championships
    Hall Showground and Village, 9 - 14 March

    Brumbies v Reds
    GIO Stadium, 13 March

    Canberra Craft Beer & Cider Festival
    Mercure Canberra, 20 March

    Australian Love Stories
    National Portrait Gallery, 20 March - 11 July

    Brumbies v Western Force
    GIO Stadium, 26 March

    Canberra Raiders v Vodafone Warriors
    GIO Stadium, 27 March

    Rocky Trail Mountain Bike ACT Event Series
    Stromlo Forest Park, 27 - 28 March

  2. April

    Good Folk
    Queanbeyan, 3 - 4 April

    Canberra and Region Heritage Festival
    Various locations, 6 - 26 April

    Netier National Capital Rally
    Kowen Forest and Tidbinbilla Forest, 10-12 April

    The Canberra Times Marathon Festival
    Parkes Place West, 11 April

    Anzac Day
    Australian War Memorial, 25 April

    Canberra International Music Festival
    Various locations, 30 April - 9 May

    Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London
    National Gallery of Australia, 5 March - 14 June

    Australian Love Stories
    National Portrait Gallery, 20 March - 11 July

  3. May

    Canberra International Music Festival
    Various locations, 30 April - 9 May

    Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London
    National Gallery of Australia, 5 March - 14 June

    Australian Love Stories
    National Portrait Gallery, 20 March - 11 July

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