Find all the annual events, causes and awareness days that we observe.
An annual event during the first week of February promoting harmony between all people regardless of their faith.
International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day to celebrate the achievements of women and recognise the need for gender equality.
Darebin’s Backyard Harvest Festival runs over three weekends in March, as part of Darebin FUSE Festival.
Seasonal bike skills programs and regular bike check events for new, returning and regular riders.
Every May there is National Road Safety Week, where we help to raise awareness of safe driving.
Celebrated on 17 May each year, IDAHOBIT recognises the discrimination and human rights abuses experienced by LGBTQIA+ people around the world.
National Sorry Day is an annual ceremonial event. Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June) commences the day after Sorry Day.
Refugee Week is a national annual event that aims to create a culture of welcome for refugees and asylum seekers living among us.
NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) falls on June 15 each year.
The Mayor’s Writing Award is an annual award for writers who live, work or study in Darebin, celebrating local stories and local writers.
Wurundjeri Week is an acknowledgement and celebration of the traditional Aboriginal land owners.
Find out what's happening across the September school holidays in Darebin.
Celebrating older residents in Darebin with our calendar of free and low-cost events and activities.
A chance for primary school students from across Darebin to learn about Aboriginal culture and history from Aboriginal Elders and groups.
Children’s Week is a national celebration recognising the talents, skills achievements and rights of children.
World Children's Day promotes the rights and welfare of children and young people globally.
A global campaign dedicated to ending gender-based violence.
Each year we celebrate International Day for People with Disability.
'Brush, Book, Bed' is a 1.5-hour dental hygiene session for Darebin families with young children aged 5 or under.