FEBRUARY: Held in early February, the Carrathool Best of the Bough Shed Races always attract a crowd and competitors in the Jillaroo Sprint and Jackaroo Dash.
JANUARY: Celebrate the first day of the new year by heading to the Tumbarumba rodeo.
FEBRUARY: Hundreds of gumis - rafts made from inflated inner tubes - race to Wagga Beach every February.
FEBRUARY: The Cootamundra beach volleyball competition and triathlon is a popular late summer event.
MARCH: Poet John O’Brien is immortalised in Narrandera’s annual festival named in his honour.
MARCH: The Wagga rodeo is always popular.
MARCH/APRIL: Griffith comes alive on Easter Saturday with the vibrant La Festa. More than 12,000 turned out for the celebration of wine, food and music 2012.
MARCH/APRIL: Every second Easter, Leeton comes alive for the SunRice Festival.
APRIL: The Annual Narrandera Koala Count takes place each April and volunteers measure the local koala population.
APRIL: Tumut celebrates the end of autumn with the Festival of the Falling Leaf at the end of the month.
SEPTEMBER: With nearly 1000 exhibitors, there’s something for everyone at the Henty Machinery Field Days.
SEPTEMBER: The Lake to Lagoon fun run and family cycle sees thousands run their way from Lake Albert to Wollundry Lagoon in Wagga’s CBD.
OCTOBER: 20,000 people make the trip to Deniliquin for the iconic ute muster and Play on the Plains Festival each October long weekend.
OCTOBER: Australia’s national farm sculpture and arts event, the Spirit of the Land festival, is held at Lockhart on the second weekend in October.
NOVEMBER: The Snake Gully Cup is a big day on the Gundagai calendar, and is followed the next day with the Hair of the Dog race day.
DECEMBER: In Holbrook, the New Year is welcomed by hundreds at the showgrounds for the Holbrook NYE B&S Ball.