There are many family friendly events held around the Circular Head Region, showcasing fresh local produce. The community spirit shines when events are held, from the willing organisers to the supportive locals attending. We have a selection of events listed here. If you are interested in having your event on our website please email us.

Australia Day Celebrations / Twilight on the Duck Sunday 26th Jan, 2020

  • Date Sunday, 26 January 2020

Details for 2020

  • Venue Smithton Foreshore West Esplanade & East Esplanade for the Duck Dash race.
  • Contact Circular Head Council 03 6452 4800
  • Time 4.00 pm - 10.00 pm

A spectacular day on the Foreshore by the Duck River. A day for all the family to enjoy.

Come and join in, or sit and relax by the river and experience the annual  Twilight on the Duck activities, music and entertainment.

Devil Country Muster 2020 – Smithton, Wed 12 – Sun 16 February ~ Trawmanna, Smithton Tasmania Camping 10 – 17 Feb

Come on down to devil country, to the beautiful north-west coast of Tasmania, for the Devil Country Muster. 2020 marks the eighth annual Muster, and will run from Wednesday 12th to Sunday 16th February.

This year's Muster features great contemporary and country artists from all over Australia, including some great Tasmanian talent.

The first and second rounds of the Talent Quest will be on Wednesday 12 February, at Trawmanna.

Thursday night will be the main Walk-Up Show.

Friday night will be the second Walk-Up Show and Talent Quest finals, with invited guests also appearing.

The main show on Saturday will again be a single outdoor show from morning to night. Headline artists make their appearance during the afternoon.

Sunday morning will see the return of the Country Gospel Show, again hosted by Gina Timms.

Rip Curl West Coast Surf Classic – March, Long Weekend, 2020

To Be Confirmed

The Rip Curl West Coast Classic is a mobile surfing event held in March at Marrawah and nearby coastal areas. It is Tasmania's premier surfing event.

The Southern Ocean is renowned for producing big swells and each year West Coast Classic surfers find themselves taking on waves from one to six metres in height.   Some years have seen "Hawaiinesque" conditions.

The event features 12 divisions, from super groms to legends, with the main event being the Men's Open division.

The West Coast Classic event has been contested annually for some 30 years.

For further information visit the 'Australian Events' page at

Tasmania’s Gone Nuts 101 Adventure Run – Saturday 29th February, 2020

Tasmania’s Gone Nuts 101 Adventure Run will commence on one of Tasmania’s most recognised and visited icons, The Nut, at Stanley, in Tasmania’s North West corner. The race will hug coastline, climb through Rocky Cape National Park and traverse rugged coastal bush and calming temperate rainforest. You will be challenged by diverse landscapes, encounter native wildlife and birds, and witness some of the most spectacular coastlines imaginable. In this part of the world, rolling green farmland drops over cliffs into the pristine waters of Bass Strait. The beaches are also as diverse as they are unique, with sections of long white sandy beaches, small crescent shaped bays and rugged rocky bays formed by volcanic eruptions millions of years ago.