Warm up at The Levee this winter
While it can be easy to stay rugged up inside when temperatures start to drop, The Levee is making it enticing to get out and about this winter.
With plenty of activities to keep people of all ages entertained, from shopping and pop-up stalls, to kids music workshops, The Levee is the place to be as the cold sets in. Here’s what you can expect.
The Levee One Day Sale
The Levee One Day Sale is back for 2023, happening on Saturday July 1 – put it in your diaries!
Shop one-off offers and massive discounts at an extensive range of stores throughout The Levee. Check out The Levee’s website for the full list of participating stores.
Shoppers will also have the chance to win a $5,000 shopping spree on the day. All you have to do is spend $20 or more at any of the stores participating in the One Day Sale.
School Holiday Activities
Want to keep the kids entertained this winter school holidays?
Every weekday from July 4 to July 14, The Levee will host school holiday activities where kids can get outside and get creative.
Kids can make some music with a free workshop run by Natalie Davis from Marmalade Sky Music on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-1pm. No instruments needed – just your voice and clapping hands!
On Fridays, watch The Pretty Amazing Jono as he combines comedy, magic, circus stunts and spontaneous shenanigans for a spectacular performance.
Winter Warmer at The Levee
Spend a Sunday enjoying the outdoors (rugged up of course!) with The Levee’s Winter Warmer event.
Head down to The Levee on Sunday July 23 for a day of hearty food and warming drinks from local businesses, plus stalls with locally-made fashion, accessories, and homewares.
Some of the stallholders include women’s fashion label HUNTED, knitwear and crochet by Thru the Loops, Hunter Valley Tea, and kids clothing brand Mac and Toms.
There’ll also be live music and kids entertainment like free knitting and music workshops.
Winter Warmer is a chance to shop from local small businesses, visit your favourite cafes and bars, and get out and enjoy the winter weather.