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The Sunset Social

Friday 15th Feb – FREE

If you haven’t already joined us (Back in 2018) @ THE SUNSET SOCIAL, we have some amazing Food Trucks & Local Foodies that meet up fortnightly with Live Music, Lawn Games & Good Vibes. Just grab a picnic rug, chair, mate, best friend, neighbour & family folk for a Night of Feasting under the Stars. (Pets Welcome)


We are only a small activation, but we love the interaction! With kids just enjoying old fashion lawn games with parents , playing hop scotch, hula hoops, pole tennis, table tennis, soccer etc. on the expansive lawn space PLUS just a gathering in a safe clean environment that has no cover charge, easy parking & close to all amenities! Walk… Bike… Skip… Ride or drive you’ll fall in love @ sunset with The Sunset Social!


Our aim is to make Davies Park & Souths Leagues Club a Community Gathering @ Sunset… to bring Families & Locals together in a safe, friendly green space sharing the Community Vibe with young & old alike. Too support Local Arts & Music that all ages can enjoy together.


Please Join Us or Share on your Social Media… We Look Forward to seeing New Faces in 2019


Rebecca Huntley – On Progress and Politics

AVID Reader – March 26th 2019

ABC’s Rebecca Levingston is in-conversation with Rebecca Huntley at Souths Leagues Club for the launch of her ‘Quarterly Essay: On Progress and Politics’.

For some time, a majority of Australians have been saying they want change – on climate and energy, on housing and inequality, on corporate donations and their corrupting effect on democracy, to name just a few.

Recent attention has focused on the angry, reactionary minority. But is there a progressive centre? How does it see Australia’s future? And what is to be learned from the failures of previous governments? Was marriage reform just the beginning, or will the shock-jocks and their paymasters hold their ground?