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What's on April

So many exciting things happen in and around Coonabarabran for 2020!

Easter is one of the best times to visit and explore Coonabarabran

Bunny Bazaar on Easter Saturday along with the fabulous places and sites to visit all around.

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Bunny Bazaar

Easter Saturday 11th
Held every year on Easter Saturday, the Bunny Bazaar is a morning of fun and entertainment for the whole family. The main street is closed to traffic from 8am to 1pm and locals and visitors alike can meander the street, enjoying the many street stalls, musical entertainment and great shopping specials. There's a jumping castle for the kid's entertainment and plenty of food stalls to tempt the tastebuds.


All in the mind of Travis DeVries Exhibi

In the Mind Of

Travis DeVries

April 13th - 21st

SPACE Gallery 

41 Dalgarno Street


Travis is a conceptual artist, performer, writer, composer and commentator genre spanning and boundary crossing creative work with a background in visual arts and Indigenous culture. Travis creates world within worlds, brings to life characters on the page and canvas from his ever growing, fantasy, parallel universe. Travis creates unique, narrative led large-scale exhibitions combining multiple forms; paintings, drawings, projections and experiential sculptures focusing on recreating and evolving Indigenous and Western Mythologies for a modern era. Storytelling is at the heart of his practice, through the use of fable, metaphor, symbolism and storytelling tropes he invokes a deep connection with audiences to explore a range of both personal and universal themes including; Indigenaity, violence, destruction, politics, love, death and relationships. All of this comes together to create an experiential style of work that is both unique and familiar.


George Orwell's 1984

CADS (Coonabarabran Amateur Dramatic Society) opens their 2020 season with a production of an adaptation of the George Orwell classic novel, 1984. Focusing on the relationship between Winston, Julia, and O'Brien, this production explores the way in which we understand and control our own reality as our hopes are brought into direct conflict with our fears.

Unlike other adaptations, this production does not portray graphic interrogation or torture scenes but remains more suited for a mature audience due to the adult concepts and themes presented.

Performances will be at the Coonabarabran High School Hall on:

  • 3rd April 2020 7.30pm

  • 4th April 2020 2.00pm

  • 4th April 2020 7.30pm

Tickets are available online at Trybooking and will be available to purchase two weeks prior to the show at Prezzies, Coonabarabran.

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