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WHAT’S ON LAKE MAC: Your guide to November in Lake Macquarie

November is here, the weather is warming up, and Lake Macquarie is abuzz with exciting events all month long.

Whether you’re a foodie, an art lover, an angler, or someone with a passion for meaningful documentaries, there’s something in store for you.

Check out some of the highlights below…

Friday Night Foodies

Indulge in a delightful lakeside experience paired with art on at Friday Night Foodies, a series of thoughtfully curated events that promise a culinary adventure. Delectable dishes from a lineup of gourmet food trucks right on-site paired with a thirst-quenching selection of locally crafted beer and wine. There are also some truly yummy cheeseboards available from the renowned Harry and Lola’s.

WHEN: Friday nights

Open Studios

Get ready to step behind the scenes as talented local artists and makers unlock their studio doors to the public. This series offers locals a chance to dive into the creative process, meet the makers themselves, and discover unique artisan-made gifts to bring home. With a whopping 48 artists spread across 30 studios, there’s a world of artistic exploration awaiting you.

WHEN: 4 – 5 November,
WHERE: Across Lake Mac

Let’s Fish Lake Mac

Calling all anglers! The highly anticipated Let’s Fish event is making its grand return this month, and it’s bringing over $33,000 worth of prizes with it. The rules couldn’t be simpler: pick a day that suits you, gather your mates or family, and head out to the serene lakeshores for a day of fishing fun. Whether it’s bream, flathead, tailor, or whiting you’re after, you’re free to cast your line across the tidal waters and public beaches of Lake Macquarie.

WHEN: 18-19 November
WHERE: Various Locations across Lake Mac

Screening: The Promise

Prepare for a powerful cinematic experience that’s not only thought-provoking but also a catalyst for change. The Promise is a moving documentary with a noble mission – to ignite a meaningful conversation, inspire action, and seek solutions for mental health and suicide prevention. This poignant film unlocks the transformative power of hope and love, shining a light on an issue that touches lives around the world. Follow the emotional journey of Craig Hamilton, whose remarkable story embodies the essence of hope.

WHEN: 10 November at 7 pm
WHERE: Warners Bay Theatre, baramayiba


For more information about online events and resources Lake Macquarie City Council have available please visit