Saturday, February 9, All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah, 2.30pm to 10pm. Tix from $99.90
Australian music icons John Butler Trio and Missy Higgins will play A Day on The Green at All Saints Estate Estate at Wahgunyah. A Day On The Green will be part of Higgins’ and Butler’s Coming Home national tour. The pair won their first ARIA Awards as Best Male and Best Female artists in 2004 and 2005, respectively, and even shared their first Rolling Stone cover together. They will be joined by special guests Dan Sultan and upcoming singer songwriter Stella Donnelly at Wahgunyah. This will be the 16th A Day on the Green event hosted by All Saints Estate.
GIRLS LIGHT UP
Saturday, February 9, and Sunday, February 10, Brown Brothers Winery, Milawa. Tix via Brown Brothers website
Brown Brothers Winery will host Gal-entine’s Weekend. Celebrate your friendships over the two-day program. Think glamping, yoga, cocktail masterclasses and the ultimate cocktail party evening. Start your morning off with a Yoga in the Vines session at 8.30am followed by a wellness brunch including smoothie shots, bliss balls and fresh fruit. Join a cocktail creation masterclass at noon or 2pm Saturday or Sunday. A mixologist will show you the finer points of creating cocktails with Brown Brothers Moscato and Prosecco.
The Way of the Reformer: Gough Whitlam in His Century, Albury Library Museum, Saturday, February 9, until March 24
A new exhibition in Albury marks the centenary of the birth of former prime minister Gough Whitlam. The touring exhibition of the Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University will reveal the man behind the legacy.
Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10, 10am to 2pm, Richardson Park, Wodonga
Beat the heat at Soak City, which uses existing water play and exciting temporary structures. Venture through the “car wash” and test out the water wall. Suitable for pre-school and primary-aged children. They must be supervised.
GIVE ME FEVER
Fever! Sunday, February 10, 5pm, Albury Entertainment Centre. Tix $38
Fever! is devised for the Cafe Culture Series audience. Rebecca Barnard, Brooke Russell, Monique di Mattina and Jacqueline Tonks belt out harmony versions of songs ranging from jazz, rock, blues, folk and chart toppers from the past decade. They are accompanied by a live band.
WALK THE TALK
Find your feet in the High Country at your leisure, walkhighcountry.com.au
A new Walk High Country website showcases more than 100 must-do walks around the High Country, from short village strolls to multi-day mountain hikes. For those who like company, a host of new Walk High Country businesses now offer a range of new guided walk experiences.