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Explore our monthly guide to all the exciting events and activities you can do around the country, for March 2023.
Remember that you can book an Independent Support Worker on Mable to make planning and attending easier. Your support worker can even go with you if you like.
All information is correct at the time of writing. If you have any questions, please contact the organiser.
You can also explore our March 2023 accessible events guide.
NOTE: Images are representative and may not be of the actual events mentioned.
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Australia in SpaceThe Workshops Rail Museum, North Street, North Ipswich, Qld Many times and dates throughout March 2023 Free with general admission which starts at $12.50 concession and Companion Card is accepted
A hands-on experience of how Australian innovations are used in space. Learn about:
- the benefits of space technologies in everyday life
- what Australia is sending to space
- the Aussie satellites orbiting Earth right now. The venue is accessible.
English conversation groupGarden City Library, Garden City Shopping Centre, Corner Logan and Kessels Road, Upper Mt Gravatt, Brisbane, Qld 1pm-2pm, Monday 6th March 2023 Free to attend
At this Brisbane City Council event, people of all ages can go along and have a conversation in English, make new friends from different cultures, and improve their language skills. It’s friendly, informal and free to attend. The venue is wheelchair accessible. Bookings are required.
Cirque Mother AfricaQPAC Concert Hall 7.30pm, Wednesday 15th March 2023 Tickets from $69 and Companion Card is accepted
What began as a sell-out Broadway show, Cirque Mother Africa is now back in Australia for a tour. Powerfully rhythmic music, colourful costumes, cirque acts and comedy all combine in a spectacular, uplifting performance that offers something for everyone. Check the full list of tour dates to find a date in your local area. The venue is accessible.
La Boheme by Opera AustraliaJoan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, Sydney, NSW 7.30pm, Friday 3rd, Thursday 9th and Saturday 11th March 2023 Tickets start at $49.00 and Companion Card may be accepted (call 02 9250 7752 to enquire when booking your tickets)
It’s the quintessential bohemian love story, the tales of Mimi and Rodolfo, and Musetta and Marcello. Set amongst the fairy lights of 1930s Berlin, La Boheme comes to life with soaring music and vocals by performers from Opera Australia. Sung in Italian with English surtitles, it’s an emotional journey for the characters and audience alike. The venue is accessible.
Smartphone photography classNorth Sydney Community Centre, 220 Miller St, North Sydney, NSW 12pm-3pm, Saturday 18th March 2023 $55.00 (no concessions)
Want to get more out of your smartphone? Perhaps this is the class for you! Learn how to use lighting, composition and editing to get the best photos. The venue is wheelchair accessible, but this activity also involves some walking. Be sure to book your place.
Preventing online identity theft talkRon Williams Community Centre, 5-11 Kepos Street, Redfern, Sydney, NSW 10am-11.30am, Wednesday 15th March 2023 Free to attend
Be safe when you go on the internet. This talk will teach you how to:
- spot a scam
- create strong passwords
- run a credit check
Melbourne Holi FestivalRon Barassi Senior Park West, Docklands, Melbourne, Vic 12pm-10pm, Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th March 2023 Entry is free
Holi is a joyous Hindu festival of colours which is celebrated right across India. It signifies the changing of the seasons from winter to spring and celebrates the triumph of good over evil. In Melbourne, Holi is marked with two full days over a weekend to indulge in the tastes, sounds, culture and arts of Indians living in Australia. There will be dance performances, live music, stalls and displays. The venue has wheelchair accessible paths and toilets.
Cooks’ CottageWellington Parade, East Melbourne, Vic 10am-4pm, 7 days a week Entry is $5.50pp (Concession) and Companion Card is accepted
Take a walk down memory lane at Cooks’ Cottage. Cooks’ Cottage was built in 1755 in Yorkshire, England, by the parents of Captain James Cook. In 1934, it was dismantled and each brick was packed into barrels. It still stands where it was re-erected in Australia and now welcomes people to learn about its interesting history. The ground floor of the cottage is accessible however the upper floor is not wheelchair accessible. Bookings are advised.