Art, Exhibit & Ballet: Three Events you Shouldn’t Miss

Taking a break this November? You are welcome to stay at Best Western Hunter Gateway Motel.

We offer a modern and spacious Hunter Valley Winery accommodation complete with
air conditioning, ironing facilities, tea and coffee making facilities as well as LCD TV and free WiFi access. Just choose among our stylish rooms like the King Spa Suite, King Executive, and Queen Executive which are perfect for solo travellers and couples. For groups of up to four people, our Family Room is the perfect choice.

Besides accommodation, Best Western Hunter Gateway Motel is also near many family and historic attractions as well as events you might be interested in.

Endangered Australian Mammals Exhibition
Natalie Jane Parker, a wildlife artist and children’s book author/illustrator is set to launch her newest book, “Australia’s Endangered Animals” this November at the Morpeth Gallery –

She will have a book signing plus an exhibition on November 3 to 6 from 10am to 5pm. The exhibit showcases Natalie Jane Parker’s painting featuring a range of Australia’s endangered animals.

Swan Lake
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake is the most popular and loved ballet. Both adults and kids will surely love to see the world of princess Odette who was turned into a white swan by the curse of an evil sorcerer.

Don’t miss out as the world of magic and battle between good and evil is set to grace the stage of the Cessnock Performing Arts Centre on November 7 and 8 at 7:30pm. Visit for tickets.

Christmas Twilight Market
Olive Tree Market and Maitland Regional Art Gallery is bringing in their final market for 2016. Visit the Christmas Twilight Market on November 28 at the Maitland Regional Art Gallery and shop for the perfect Christmas gifts.

The market features a range of unique products created by talented local artists and designers. To make your shopping even more fun, there will be live music, food, and the Maitland Regional Art Gallery will be open until 8pm. Meanwhile, the market opens at 4pm.

Image Source : Endangered Australian Mammals Exhibition

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