What's on in Wellington, NSW and surrounds July 10-14, guide

Far left: Rhys Myers and Lara Stanley (front), NSW TrainLink staff and Zeke Shaw during Wellington's 2018 NAIDOC celebrations. Photo: Elouise Hawkey.

Far left: Rhys Myers and Lara Stanley (front), NSW TrainLink staff and Zeke Shaw during Wellington's 2018 NAIDOC celebrations. Photo: Elouise Hawkey.

  • NAIDOC celebrations

Wellington July 12

WINS Community Centre is hosting NAIDOC celebrations. Come in on Friday between 12pm to 4pm for a barbecue, completion of a mural and NAIDOC awards.

  • Charity ball

Dubbo, July 13

An fundraiser aims to raise money for Lifeline Central West and their goal of being able to purchase a new building in Dubbo to help service the greater Western NSW region.

The charity event is being held at the Rhino Lodge, with Alan Jones as guest speaker and Phil Stack from Thirsty Merc performing on the night plus additional music. The theme for the event is Winter Wonderland. Tickets can be purchased through www.123tix.com.au Dress code is 'Cocktail with a touch of Christmas.'

  • Mudgee Small Farm Field Days

Mudgee, July 12-13

The Mudgee region's best field days event, with an extensive range of demonstrations, talks, lectures. The two day event thrives on the opportunity for business, learning, and an enjoyable family day out. Each day the event opens from 8:30am to 5pm at the Australian Rural Education Centre.

A great time was had by young and old at the 2018 Mudgee Small Farm Field Days. Photo: Simone Kurtz.

A great time was had by young and old at the 2018 Mudgee Small Farm Field Days. Photo: Simone Kurtz.

  • Flipping good time

Narromine Shire, July 10-11

This school holidays children aged eight and over can 'flip out' on a fun excursion. For $25 a child, the Narromine Shire and Communities for Children are bussing kids from Trangie and Narromine to Flip Out in Dubbo on July 10 and July, 11.

The cost includes two hours of flipping fun, transport, pair of non-slip socks and bottle of water. Bus and supervision will be supplied by Communities for Children and the Narromine Shire council. Bookings are essential contact Ann-Louise Stonestreet on 0400 828 984. Numbers are limited.

  • Art trail

Wellington, July 14

The Wellington Arts Centre is hosting the inaugural Art Trail, which will give locals and visitors the chance to travel to as far as Orange to see the amazing work various artists have created.

The Western Stores Building will open on the day. The event will run from 9am to 5pm, with the pop up shop and various studios open with work for sale.

Rhino Lodge (pictured) will host the Lifeline ball in Dubbo. Photo: Supplied.

Rhino Lodge (pictured) will host the Lifeline ball in Dubbo. Photo: Supplied.

  • Burger Sundays

Mudgee, July 14

Moothi Estate is holding this delicious, free event from 12pm every Sunday and the signature 'Moo' burger joins a rotating selection of burger specials and platter options. Bookings recommended, vegetarian options available.

  • Hudson's Circus

Dubbo July 11-14

Hudson's Circus is presenting a two hour traditional style Circus at Ollie Robbins Oval. As well as daredevil acts and clowns there will be beautiful animals on display.

This fast paced show will be something for the whole family to enjoy. All this and more presented by Australia's foremost Ringmistress Jane De Goldi. Visit www.hudsoncircus.com.au