Council hosts events for the community and we help others promote their community events too.
Please scroll through the tabs below to find upcoming events in Break O’Day.
If you would like to promote your event here. Please send us an image of your poster to email@example.com or call 6376 7900.
- Upcoming Community Events - Promote your event here!
- Health and Wellbeing Events and Activities
- Festival of Wellbeing - Sat 14 October 2023
- Scooter Jam 2023 - NEW DATE - Sunday 12 November
- Holding a Community Event? - Find out more here
- Events and COVID-19
Send your event flyer to firstname.lastname@example.org
A Wellbeing Day in Break O’Day
Bringing our community together to share the good stuff and create more of it together.
Bendigo Bank Community Stadium, Tully St, St Helens.
Saturday 14 October 2023 11am-4pm
Visit the Festival Website to find out more.
SUNDAY 12 NOVEMBER
St Marys Skate Park – Corner of Groom and Story Streets, St Marys
PRIZES | MUSIC | DEMOS | FOOD | +MORE
REGISTER NOW HERE OR Register EARLY on the day.
Age categories will apply but are subject to change on the day depending on registrations.
If under 18 your parents must sign a permission form before you can take part. Bring your signed for or a parent with you on the day.
REGISTRATION FORM incl waiver and photo permission.
- Download, fill out the PDF on your computer and submit using the submit button
- Return via email or print, fill out, scan and email to email@example.com
- Drop off in person to Break O’Day Council 32-34 Georges Bay Esplanade, St Helens TAS 7216
NO HELMET = NO COMPETITION
Proudly supported by The Tasmanian Government.
This event is being organised in partnership with the Youth Collective of North East Coast Tasmania (YCNECT). Competition possible thanks to Scooter Stop.
Proudly sponsored by Youth Week 2023 BE BOLD BE YOU
Youth Week Tasmania Monday 1 May – Sunday 7 May 2023
This year’s theme, ‘Acceptance: Be Bold. Be You’ was chosen by young Tasmanians aged 12-25 years following state-wide consultation. It aims to recognise the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in Tasmania, and to celebrate the strength and resilience of diverse young communities in our State. Importantly, the theme seeks to foster acceptance and belonging in the community for all young people, and Tasmanians in general.
For more Youth Week INFO visit the Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT) website
From 1 January 2023 – All events on Council owned land or in Council owned buildings will need to comply with our Single Use Plastic Policy which means they will need to be plastic free.
To make this easy for you we have developed this flyer: Plastic Free Events
You can find a copy of our Plastic Free Policy by clicking HERE.
Here in Break O’Day we have a range of facilities available for public use from our huge sports Stadium in St Helens to the St Marys Hall. We even have a Community BBQ trailer that can be hired.
We require that you or your organisation have current public liability insurance. If you would like some information on affordable insurance for your community group, please click here.
If you do not have public liability insurance, complete the public liability insurance form and “purchase” this insurance for single daily use at a cost of $20.
If you are planning an event in one of our facilities, parks or reserves such as a regatta, wedding, party, art exhibition, you also need to complete a Facilities Hire Event Application Form.
You can find all the forms you need below
Facility Fee Waiver Application – Tier 2
For up to date information on COVID-19 Safety requirements and restrictions for Events and Activities, please click on this link: http://www.eventstasmania.com/covid-19_safe_events_and_activities