The tracks are said to be in top condition despite recent rain for the second coming of the Tathra mountain bike Enduro.
Postponed from earlier in the year, entrants will tackle everything from the kids 1km race to the King Nelba 100km around the Tathra Beach Country Club and into the surrounding fire trails and singletrack network.
Entries can still be taken on the morning of your chosen challenge and spectators are most welcome.
Click here for the weekend schedule and course descriptions.
2. Cobargo Eat, Think, Create
Cobargo’s creativity is on display all long weekend with a series of workshops, forums, exhibitions and market stalls.
ETC will also incorporate the Demystifying Death and Dying event, where you can have a look at the benefits of a cardboard coffin among other activities, including information stalls and healing ceremonies.
Organisers say being aware of, and able to talk about, death can help you live more fully.
Make your way to the Murrah Hall for the return of The Gadflys!
The Moriarty brothers and their crew began writing music 35 years ago and a long-awaited return to the stage last year was met with great response.
It has been 12 years since their last Murrah Hall gig, so be sure to give them a warm welcome back!
Groove along to their unique rhythm and harmonies this Saturday from 7.30pm.
A bit further north and the Bermagui Beach Hotel is where you’ll find a couple of Australia’s best up-and-coming young musicians.
Sarah Date is a singer-songwriter from the Southern Highlands. She has soulful lyrics and an angelic voice.
Don’t miss her special gig on Sunday from 4pm
Meanwhile, Shane Leal with spin his DJ tunes from 8pm Saturday.
5. Get fishing!
If you’re a keen angler out enjoying the long weekend opportunities, please let us know.
You don’t have to give away your secret fishing spot (unless you want to!), but send us your happy snaps of the day’s best catch with your details to be included on our South East Fish Files page.