LEAP OF FAITH
Griffith like you've never seen before
If you've ever thought about plummeting towards earth at more than 200 kilometres an hour, your time has come. Tick a skydive off the bucket list with Skydive Oz taking Griffith thrill-seekers to the skies on Saturday. You'll experience a 60 second free-fall before a five to seven minute float back down to solid ground, taking in the views all the way down. Book at skydiveoz.com.au or by calling 1300 185 180.
Sarbear and the Mad Coats are leading the live Friday night entertainment at the Coro Club from 7.30pm.
BIG BUSH FREEZE
Motor Neurone Disease in spotlight
Coolamon Hoppers have been supporting Daniher's Drive with the Big Bush Freeze event and this year it'll be the other main event at the Griffith Swans' home game from 1.30pm on Saturday. Head along to Exies Sports Club oval as Dean Owen makes the slide into a pool of ice in support of motor neurone disease. The slide will come out prior to the first grade game.
IN THEIR TRACKS
Train tours of Bagtown and beyond
Griffith Pioneer Park Museum's guided tour starts at 11am on Sunday. Train tours are accompanied by commentary from the museum curator, offer a chance to explore the museum and join in a cuppa and a chat. Entry $17 for adults, $15 concession, $13 children. Family passes available.
FESTA DELLA REPUBBLICA
Join celebrations for Italy's national day
Zecca Handmade Italian is hosting a long table lunch for the celebrations on Sunday, with a three-course meal from different regions of Italy and a glass of prosecco on arrival. Children are also catered for. Tickets - $65 for adults, $25 for children - at trybooking.com/book/event?eid=497589.
Fresh food, crafts and more at Griffith Showgrounds
Griffith Rotary's markets open from 7am on Sunday.
A guide to what's happening
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