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Stonebridge Golf Club


Stonebridge Golf Course is the Hunter Valley's newest 18 hole championship course. Designed by local golfing master, Jack Newton, this 18-hole Par-72, 6,127 metre layout offers unique challenges to all golfing enthusiasts. In particular, the course's signature 18th hole will feature a memorable par three playing over a tranquil lake, as well as the stone bridge directing golfers over the water and onto a picturesque green. Perfection to a tee.

Stonebridge Clubhouse offers members and guests a range of excellent facilities including a clubhouse with a fully stocked Golf Shop, a cafe and a bar overlooking the 18th green and tranquil lake for you to enjoy a beverage after your round.

The combination of a great course design set within a backdrop of the Hunter Valley wine region will make this an appealing destination for locals and travellers alike.




Stonebridge Golf Course,
Mount View Road
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.1K from Cessnock West

Marthaville Arts and Cultural Centre


Marthaville Arts and Cultural Centre plays host to a wide variety of events, exhibits and activities including Wine Country Bear Club and Floral Art workshops. Marthaville Guildry has operated since 1996, displaying for sale a wide range of arts and crafts made by residents of the Cessnock area. The building is available for community groups and personnel.

Marthaville is the oldest timber sawn home in Cessnock and still retains many of its original piers, which have been treated to resist the ever present danger of white ants and borers. Under the galvanised iron roof, timber shingles can still be seen especially under the edge of the eaves near the ramp access point. Three of the rooms have retained their original fireplaces and cedar mantelpieces.




200 Wollombi Road
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

Cessnock West: Events

Family Fun Day


Dine 4 Charity is an annual event that helps charities help local people in need. They raise funds for charity organisation to support people with cancer.

Over the last three years Dine 4 Charity has supported Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation and Hunter Prostate Cancer Alliance. These two organisations have used Dine 4 Charity fund to help people suffering with these cancers and their families. They have taken people to their treatments, shopping, doing their shopping, lawn care and being there to support them in daily life.

Dine 4 Charity has raised nearly AUD50,000 and hope to continue over the coming years. In 2016 Dine 4 Charity will be supporting Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation, Prostate Cancer and Brain Tumor Awareness.

This Family Fun Day at Cessnock Showground will have a car display, market stalls, food stalls and kids rides.




Mount View Rd
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.1K from Cessnock West

Dine 4 Charity Dinner


Dine 4 Charity Dinner is a fun filled night supporting Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation, Prostrate Cancer and Brain Tumour Awareness.

It will be a night of fun and laughs not to be missed.




Darwin Street
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.2K from Cessnock West

David Strassman iTedE!


It's about time! Strassman returns with a brand new show, an evening of side-splitting comedy and riotous antics from Ted E. Bare and the malicious Chuck Wood.

Heralded as the artist who 'made ventriloquism hip again', Strasso's characters are a renegade band of puppets you wouldn't want to meet on a dark night.

And these characters really come to life. Ted is cuter than ever, and Chuck just as evil; the spaced-out Kevin the Alien lets you know who's really in charge, and Sid the Beaver cracks a heap of depraved jokes.

The best night out you'll have in long time!


Event Dates
2017
      22nd Mar


1 Darwin Street,
Cessnock Leagues Club
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

The Listies 6D


Australia's most sort after kids' comedians, The Listies star in The Listies 6D (it's twice as good as 3D), a comedy show all about the movies.

Expect haunted backpacks, stunt driving ninja nans, bloodthirsty aliens, vomiting puppets and fully automatic toilet paper cannons, in this this hour of fun for the whole family. Best of all, in every performance an actual 6D movie is made - staring the audience!

The Listies 6D is jam packed full of all the high-brow things that kids love, like fart jokes and vomiting and aims to make everyone in the audience, including dads, LOL (laugh out loud), ROLF (roll on the floor laughing) and even ROLFSHALBOWCO (roll on the floor laughing so hard a little bit of wee comes out). They may even film it and put it on Youtube!

Warning: This show is Rated S for Stupid.




198 Vincent St
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie


The Gumnut babies are on a mission to see a human - but only in the distance! On their journey to the big city, they meet friends and foes including Professor Kookaburra, Mrs Fantail, Mr Lizard, Mr Frog, Mrs Snake, Mr Possum and, of course, Little Ragged Blossom. Can Snugglepot lead the way? Can Cuddlepie hold his nerve? Can they avoid falling victim to the Big Bad Banksia Man?

These much loved characters come to life on stage as this funny and charming new production introduces today's children to the wonderful world of May Gibbs.

Whether it's a first meeting for young audiences, or a trip down memory lane for grownups, this new contemporary adaptation will surprise and delight audiences of all ages.




198 Vincent St
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

Ladies Night


The story of four unemployed guys, motivated by 'The Chippendales' to form a male stripping act, in order to make some fast cash. They pitch the notion to a local club owner and take lessons from a slightly shop-worn, dance instructor with a heart-of-gold in all manner of things, including what women really want from a male stripper (and how to deliver it).

Written in 1987, by Anthony McCarten and Stephen Sinclair, Ladies Night has been translated into twelve languages and remains New Zealand's most commercially successful play, of all time.
With eight sell-out tours of Britain and the U.K, it won France's premiere theatre award for comedy- The Moli?re Prize, in 2001.

Ladies Night will leave you hyperactive and ready to party! It's the kind of show that you can take your granny to ... Cheeky, fun, a little bit naughty - and a damn good giggle.




198 Vincent St
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

The Best of the Eagles


Having sold more than 150 million records worldwide, with six Grammy Awards, six number one albums and five number one singles, The Eagles are one of the best-selling and successful bands of all time.

The Best of the Eagles is a concert production, delivering a captivating show from start to finish that will deliver no less than the synonymous country rock sound Eagles fans have come to expect - timeless songs that are all part of the 20th Century musical landscape.

Be enthralled as their intricate harmonies and subtle musicianship are recreated to perfection. The Best Of The Eagles is a show not to be missed by fans of the band!




Cessnock Performing Arts Centre,
198 Vincent Street
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

4000 Miles


21-year-old Leo rocks up unannounced at the Manhattan apartment of his 91-year-old Jewish grandmother Vera. Having broken up with his girlfriend and cycled across the country, he needs a place to crash for the night, no questions asked. But Vera - prickly, stubborn and sharp as a tack - isn't about to let him off that easily.

As an overnight couch-surf turns into an extended stay, 4000 Miles unearths a surprising parallel between these two generations in this emotionally compelling drama. With disarming frankness and surprising candour, the two negotiate social potholes and trace emotional fault lines that link them to a painful family history.

From one of America's brightest playwrights, this compassionate and unsentimental play explores the funny, frustrating, and ultimately life-changing relationship between a grandson learning to face his life, and a grandmother who is starting to forget hers.




Cessnock Performing Arts Centre,
198 Vincent Street
Cessnock, NSW, 2325

Located 1.3K from Cessnock West

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