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Fairfield Easter Fair

19 Apr 2019 to 22 Apr 2019
Fairfield Showground, 443 Prairewod Rd, Prairiewood NSW 2176
Fairfield Easter Fair
Fairfield Easter Fair is the largest family Easter event outside of the Royal Easter Show! Exciting Rides, amazing family entertainment, stalls and delicious food! Proudly supported by Fairfield City Council! FREE RIDE WRISTBANDS - Cup & Saucer • Swinging’ Chairs • Truck Ride Bungee Trampolines • Zorb Balls • Paw Patrol Slide Nemo Inflatable • Wild One Obstacle • Moon Walker Jump Balls • Dora • Little Builders • Little Paw Patrol King of the Mountain • Boot camp • Verticle Rush Paddle Boats • Paw Patrol Inflatable • Small Jumping Castle Motor Bike Jump Ride • Red Baron Plane Ride THRILL RIDES - Dodgem Cars •Paratrooper •Gravatron *Cha Cha •Music trip FREE ENTERTAINMENT - Reptiles and Snake Shows • Wood Chopping •Music Men • Free Face Painting •Sheep Shearing • Fee Bubble Man •Free Easter egg hunt on Sunday •Blacksmith • Wood Turning • Horses •Kids Animal Farm • SES Exhibition & A STAGE with other entertainment!

MELBOURNE EASTER SHOW

19 Apr 2019 to 22 Apr 2019
Cranbourne Racecourse, Grant Street, Cranbourne VIC 3977
MELBOURNE EASTER SHOW
Food. Fun. Carnival. Melbourne Easter Show is returning in 2019 to the luscious greens of the Cranbourne Racecourse. Come and join us for all the food, fun and carnival you can handle over the Easter Long Weekend. This free entry event provides the community with the experiences, interactions and a fun-filled day with a wide range of children’s activities, interactive demonstrations, roving entertainers, carnival rides, face painters, storytelling, Easter Egg Hunts and much, much more! Food. With an amazing array of cuisines, you are certain to find something delicious to dine on. From glorious doughnuts to slow-cooked meats, you will be mouth watering at every vendor. Find your spot on the luscious green lawns which will have some of Melbourne’s best food and drinks offering mouth-watering food choices. You will be spoilt for choices! Fun. Experience the show and all it has to offer! Get your hands dirty, join the sand sculpting workshops and learn how to make your own sand masterpiece. Experience the exhilaration of the reptile show, watch Luke wrangle and introduce you to his “friends” which includes four different venomous snakes as well as an assortment of hand- raised spencer monitors, goannas, lizards and Jack, the saltwater crocodile. Get your singing voices and dancing shoes on, Fairy Emma will be leading the magical adventures in fairyland where your children’s imaginations can be set wild. Prefer to cuddle with the bunnies and goats? Visit farmer Sue and her gorgeous animal friends, where you can pat, feed and cuddle all her farm friends. Speaking of bunnies, come and join in the hunt for the special golden Easter Eggs. Grab a bucket, put your hunting goggles on and find as many Easter Eggs as possible to help Mr Easter Bunny unlock the special vault of eggs. To cap off your experience at the show, come experience the adrenaline of the MONSTER TRUCKS and their Jet Car!!!! Carnival. Experience the thrill of the rides, the rush of the air streaming past your face and the smiles of joy on the children’s faces. All your favourite carnival rides will be there, so enjoy a scenic ride on the Ferris wheel or be daring & jump on a thrill ride, there will be something for all levels of Daredevils. So come and experience all the Melbourne Easter Show has to offer, experience the food, fun, and carnival, create your own experiences with family and friends. To book tickets to the Easter Egg Hunt head to https://melbourneeastershow.eventbrite.com.au Age-appropriate sessions will be run over the entire weekend. For more details head to our website www.melbourneeastershow.com.au

TUMUT EASTER MARKETS

19 Apr 2019 to 20 Apr 2019
Tumut Boys Club Hall, next to the Ambulance Station, 76 Fitzroy Street, Tumut NSW 2720
TUMUT EASTER MARKETS
Tumut Easter Markets - Now in its 28th Year. Good Friday 19th & Easter Saturday 20th April 2019 Held at the Tumut Boys Club Hall, 76 Fitzroy St, Tumut 2720 next to the Ambulance Station, Tumut. Over 60 stalls, with both inside & outside sites available. Selling clothing, plants, jewellery, toys, craft, handbags, tools, fruit, food, bric-a-brac and lots lots more. Something for everyone. Thousands of people attending each year. Stallholders please call (02) 4232 2337 or 0419 427 801

Hills Fabric and Craft De-Stash

20 Apr 2019
The Connection Centre, 1470 Stoneville Road, Mundaring WA 6073
Hills Fabric and Craft De-Stash
The biggest and best destash of fabric, beads, craft supplies and more... Fabric and craft de-stashing events held around WA. The most guilt free place to find others with to much fabric, to many beads, to many papers for scrapbooking, to much wool for knitting and all are either de-stashing or adding to their already growing pile......so what are you waiting for come join them in one way or another. Clear out that excess fabric, beading, patterns, machines, wool, quilting goodies, scrapbooking supplies and craft surplus all at one amazing venue, with the most amazing sellers and buyers all in one place...See you all at the next one :)

HUNTER VALLEY EASTER FEST

20 Apr 2019 to 21 Apr 2019
Dalwood Estate, 700 Dalwood Road, Dalwood NSW 2335
HUNTER VALLEY EASTER FEST
The Hunter Valley Easter Fest 2019 is a family fun festival packed with things to see and do. Featuring live stage performances, character shows, amusement rides, activities, entertainment, animal nursery, art, markets, delicious foods and of course the outstanding wines of Dalwood Estate. Full Program to be announced soon. Dalwood Estate, formerly Wyndham Estate is an uncompromisingly beautiful and historic vineyard. It has been home to many major events and concerts over its proud history. We are looking for quality vendors to supply Food, General Markets, Art and Crafts. Limited Stall sites available. To find out more and register your interest contact Adrian Black adrian@easterfest.net

WHITE SANDS FESTIVAL

20 Apr 2019
Park Street, Huskisson NSW 2540
WHITE SANDS FESTIVAL
The White Sands Festival is held on the Sports Ground at Huskisson and is essentially a large market with over 120 stalls, plus entertainment all day and various interesting exhibits. These exhibits include vintage, hot-rod and display cars together with bikes, vintage machinery, power boats and much more. On stage there are local and out-of-town groups who sing, perform and play for your entertainment as well as massed Scottish Bands marching and playing on and around the large field, the entertainment continues throughout the day. Preceding the events at the sports ground there is a large and noisy parade that passes through town with marching groups, bands, floats and community groups to bring the large crowd to the main event. All 5m x 5m sites are on grass with over 120 sites available. Most stalls have adjacent parking. Huskisson is a popular seaside town on the South Coast of NSW, and it is still just $80 for a full day trading.

Easter Family Fun Day @ The Australian Botanic Gardens Mt Annan

22 Apr 2019
Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan Drive, Mount Annan NSW 2567
Easter Family Fun Day @ The Australian Botanic Gardens Mt Annan
The Easter Bunny is taking over the Botanic Garden this Easter Monday! He has set up a whole trail of activities for the kids and will be available for a photo shoot at the end of the trail. The activity trail will introduce different Easter customs from all around the world. Get a ticket for your little ones and let them find out what kids in Greece, Germany, or England do at Easter. Of course, he has added some traditional Aussie Easter game. To keep the parents entertained, he has organized a whole market where they can browse, shop, and have snacks! Stall holders book here; https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=464724&fbclid=IwAR35TdAHUjNkxOx77kkxdMDeRqdV-z6RRnwO_pbXgHgqiAvtf70DKxgpNc4

SPRINGWOOD FOUNDATION DAY FESTIVAL

27 Apr 2019
Main Street, Macquarie Road, Springwood NSW 2777
SPRINGWOOD FOUNDATION DAY FESTIVAL
Springwood Foundation Day represents a huge day for the lower Blue Mountains community to participate in the festival that celebrates the spirit of our town. Whether young or old, you will find much to see & do as you stroll through Springwood on the day. The main road is closed to traffic from 7 am to 5 pm, allowing pedestrians to enjoy over 130 stalls, a wonderful range of food from around the world, live entertainment including 3 main stages with 25+ performances on the day, local bands, singers, dance groups, rides for the kiddies & much, much more. Applications NOW OPEN! - Food and Market Stalls, Street Performers and Stage Entertainers. Applications close 4 weeks before the event, 1st April 2019. Springwood Foundation Day gives local and regional organisations and businesses a chance to show the diversity that makes up our community. If you are involved in a local community group, run a local business, or make beautiful things, then book a stall and show what you do. With thousands of people roaming the main street, there is also an opportunity for a wide variety of food to be sampled on the day. Application Forms can be found on our website.

KURNELL VILLAGE FAIR

28 Apr 2019
, Kurnell NSW 2231
KURNELL VILLAGE FAIR
The Festival of Kurnell is specifically designed to bring family and friends together, enjoying the richness of Kurnell's hospitality and celebrating the birthplace of modern Australia, where Captain James Cook first Landed. The Festival will feature some of the best entertainment, arts & craft, food & wine, that Kurnell and surrounding areas has to offer. The festival will be bigger, brighter and better than previous years and over 60 stalls will be selling or displaying a diverse range of products and services. The festival organiser is expecting up to 20,000 plus people to have an amazing weekend out with friends and family. So come along and enjoy the fun. Children will be entertained all day with the Animal Farm, face painting, fairies, fairy floss, Kids rides and much more, while the adults enjoy an array of delicious international delicacies, wine tasting whilst listening to a wide variety of music, dancing, performances & entertainment. If you need a break from the crowds, take a breather and indulge in some Chinese or Reiki massage. Soak up the scents of handmade massage oils and soaps, or kick back and give your feet a treat with reflexology, Contacts: Irene Anderson 029668 9119/ 0429 840 294 and Diane Jacobs 0416 340 762

ROYAL BATHURST SHOW

3 May 2019 to 5 May 2019
Bathurst Showgrounds, Bathurst NSW 2795
ROYAL BATHURST SHOW
Bathurst AH&P Association Inc. are proud to present their premier showcase for the Central West Region.The Royal Bathurst Show has long been regarded as the best west of Sydney and has boasted an average annual attendance in excess of 20,000 people.The Show is organised and run by the Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultural & Pastoral Association, a charitable community organisation who for 150 years have been promoting agricultural activities and all aspects of rural and country life in the Bathurst area.

Paws in the Park

5 May 2019
Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park, Camden NSW 2570
Paws in the Park
Paws in the Park Get ready for some four-legged fun at the loveable Paws in the Park event on Sunday 5 May. Treat your pooch to a fun day out at the Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park between 9am and 1pm, entry via Cawdor Road. There will be more than 50 information stalls and displays, as well as demonstrations, free vet checks, tips on pet ownership, pet competitions, children's activities, food stalls, photo booth fun and more! The 3km pet walk will commence at 9am. Don’t miss special guest, Dr Harry Cooper OAM at this year’s Paws in the Park. Everyone’s favourite TV vet will hold a meet and greet with local four-legged residents as well as their owners and will be a guest judge in the competitions on the day. Competitions start from 10am under the big marquee in the arena. Categories you can enter your pet in are: - Scruffiest dog - Best trick - Cutest face - Tallest dog For more information phone Camden Council's Events Officer on 4654 7643. More information to come.

Crookwell Potato Festival

11 May 2019
Crookwell Showground, East Street, Crookwell NSW 2583
Crookwell Potato Festival
The Crookwell Showground comes alive as the Potato Festival celebrates Crookwell's long association of over 150 years with the potato. As always the event features live music and lots of other entertaining activities for young and old. There will be specialty potato cooking demonstrations, a diverse range of Crookwell's famous potatoes for sale and a charity Spud Auction. 2019 Special Guest - His Excellency Breandon O’Caollai the Irish Ambassador to Australia as in 2019 the festival goes Irish! Irish potato dishes, Irish music and much more…. Other kid's activities and entertainment include Jumping Castle, Face painting, Bubble Man, Giant Games & Slide, Pets Parade and much more. There will be a wide range of market stalls, vintage and classic car show, Motor Trike rides and over 20 food stalls. Other activities and venues available over the weekend of the Potato Festival in Crookwell include art exhibitions at the Tea House and Gallery and the Crookwell District Art Gallery, Book Fair at the Library, Quilt Show, Crookwell Railway Museum, Alpaca Farm experience and Crystal Brook Gardens and Lavender Farm.

Mother's Day @ The Australian Botanic Gardens Mt Annan

12 May 2019
Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan Drive, Mount Annan NSW 2567
Mother's Day @ The Australian Botanic Gardens Mt Annan
Celebrating the Mum's of Macarthur and beyond! Come and enjoy a day of chilling out by the lake, market stalls, live music, kids activities and more. Give mum a great day out to remember. This is FREE ENTRY Family Event. The following ticket options are available, you do not need to book one of these options, they are for those who are wanting to add to their day out. If you would like to secure a private picnic space, attend High Tea in The Bowden Centre or a flower crown workshop, book your tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/464783 Stallholders applications Book Now: https://www.123formbuilder.com/form-3363890/

ILLUMINATE WOLLONDILLY - FESTIVAL OF ART & LIGHT

18 May 2019
, Picton NSW 2571
ILLUMINATE WOLLONDILLY - FESTIVAL OF ART & LIGHT
BE PART OF SOMETHING SPECTACULAR Immerse yourself in an enchanting world of art, performance, colour and light at illuminate Wollondilly, Picton’s award-winning arts and cultural festival, taking place on Saturday 18 May 2019. Experience the township of Picton transformed with spectacular performing arts and live music, delicious local and international food, market stalls selling unique and eclectic items, and fun activities for all ages. As night falls, watch landmark buildings come to life with breathtaking digital projections from emerging and established local artists. This brilliant visual display will be curated by renowned multimedia artist Khaled Sabsabi, known for his immersive, engaging and enlightening visual experiences. The town’s glowing buildings will be the backdrop for the crowd-pleasing lantern parade, where children and adults parade through the festival footprint with paper lanterns they have created. The event will conclude with a spectacular fireworks display over our historic town. Now in its fifth year, the reinvigorated illuminate Wollondilly 2019 is set to delight attendees like never before, with exciting new activities for the whole family and even more awe-inspiring lighting projections. New additions include LED dancers, street performers, DJ activation truck, silent disco and more. Illuminate Wollondilly is a free event and will run from 12 pm to 9 pm. In the three days leading up to the festival, local artworks will be displayed in Picton Shire Hall alongside a selection of artisan market stalls, showcasing the rich talent of the area. Stallholder EOI are open - Applications can be filled in from our website.

Twilight Food and Wine Market

18 May 2019
20-26 Canterbury Road, Hurlstone Park NSW 2193
Twilight Food and Wine Market
INAUGURAL Food and Wine Market in the heart of the INNER WEST To continue our Twilight Series, we will be holding a Food + Wine Market on Saturday 18 May, 2019 between 12-6pm. Located outside our venue, with both patrons of our RSL (over 40,000 membership base) as well as people along Canterbury Road seeing the event, this Food + Wine Market speaks to what the Inner West loves- a day of great food and beverage tasting (with the opportunity for attendees to purchase or order for the future) with live music! The focus of this market is simple; boutique producer of food and wine. Entry is free, and for $10 attendees receive a free glass for tastings, plus 5 tokens worth $1 each. We are looking that each tasting will cost between $1-2, and each full standard glass between $6-8 as a guide. Each stallholder will receive 80c from each dollar voucher. There is also the ability to sell future orders with attendees. This event is child and pet friendly, speaking further to the local demographic. Live music will be played throughout the event. The opportunity for sales and building of your brand awareness is strong. Stallholder applications are now open- so check out our website for more information!

WOLLONGONG ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES FAIR

24 May 2019 to 26 May 2019
Kembla Grange Race Course, Princes Highway, Kembla Grange NSW 2526
WOLLONGONG ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES FAIR
30th Annual Wollongong Antiques & Collectables Fair, held at the Kembla Grange Racecourse, Princes Hwy, Kembla Grange from Friday 24th May to Sunday 26th May. Admission Adults $7, Children $2, Family $15. All items are for sale. Have your jewellery valued for $6 per item.

ANNANROMA

25 May 2019 to 26 May 2019
Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan Drive, Mount Annan NSW 2567
ANNANROMA
The AnnanROMA festival is bigger and better this year! Running over two days for the first time since it began 12 years ago, the festival will showcase the best in the business! International cuisines,BBQ and smoked meats, burgers, desserts, gourmet condiments and more. Brewers and bubbles, cider. craft beer and wine cellar doors all showcasing their delicious products for you to enjoy. The stunning backdrop of The Australian Botanic Gardens Mt Annan is the perfect venue to host this festival. We have a kids zone for the families, live music and demonstrations. VIP experiences will be launched soon, including child minding packages so parents can enjoy the festival whilst the kids have a great time!

HENRY LAWSON ARTS FESTIVAL

6 Jun 2019 to 10 Jun 2019
, Grenfell NSW 2810
HENRY LAWSON ARTS FESTIVAL
HENRY LAWSON FESTIVAL, Grenfell, Central West NSW The Henry Lawson Festival is an annual event held in Grenfell, NSW on the June long weekend. Grenfell is the birthplace of Henry Lawson, one of Australia's best loved poets and writer of short stories. The Festival is one of the longest running arts events in NSW with repeat crowds expected of 9000 people. The festival kicks off on the Thursday evening with a special event at the Grenfell Art Gallery, and from there, through to the Monday a wide array of exhibitions, events and entertainment will be on show for all tastes and ages. Art and photography exhibitions, short story and verse competitions, a colourful street procession, children's rides, street entertainment including live music, and car show are just a few of the wonderful events taking place. Come and celebrate the 61st Henry Lawson Festival of Arts From 9am Saturday, the historical main street, right down to the old railway station, is converted into one long line of stalls and attractions. The Festival parade at 1.30 pm is ‘standing room only’ as many floats, marching bands and curiosities flow down the full length of the street. The main day of activities is the Saturday, however Sunday crowds have greatly increased over the last few years. The Sunday offers modest street activity focused around the car show. Fees are very modest. Traders for general market & food stalls are invited to download our stallholder information kit from the website under the street stalls page: http://www.henrylawsonfestival.com.au/events-and-entertainment/street-carnival/street-stalls. Phone 02 6343 2059. Email: streetstalls@henrylawsonfestival.com.au

ROTARYS LIVING EXPO - HERVEY BAY

13 Jul 2019 to 14 Jul 2019
Hervey Bay High School, 56 Beach Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
ROTARYS LIVING EXPO - HERVEY BAY
Rotary's Living Expo is a major event for the combined Rotary Clubs of Hervey Bay and each year attracts between 5000-8000 visitors over two days. Over 100 stands and exhibits, high quality live entertainment and a centralised food court are featured along with children's attractions. Stand fees are kept low to attract a wider range of exhibitors including pool manufacturers, caravans and campers, fishing and boats, outdoor, gardening and home improvement specialists. Stallholder Enquiries Phone Brian 0438 582729 Event Coordinator Liz Beer 0407 933167

YOWAH OPAL FESTIVAL

19 Jul 2019 to 21 Jul 2019
, Yowah QLD 4490
It is a gem of a place this little four block town in Outback Queensland, and we celebrate our uniqueness with an annual festival - The Yowah Opal Festival. Yowah's opal celebration occurs on the third weekend of the month of July each year. Located two hours drive from Cunnamulla on a sealed road. World class museum specimens of Yowah Nut Opal, Ironstone Matrix Opal, Opalized Wood Opal, Yowah Boulder Opal and Boulder Opal are on display as the locals share their prize collections with all. The Yowah Opal festival is fully catered and licensed for the week -end. Morning and afternoon tea, and three meals a day are cooked on the premises. Fresh food is provided including pit roasts, bar-b-ques, and smorgasbord for a three day bit of variety, including breakfast all days and on Monday before guests hit the track. Music and dancing is part of the festivities. The townspeople encourage everyone to talk to a miner. Yowah is billed as the "friendly" opalfield and the people gather to prove to you why. The town of Yowah is named after the opal field it grew from, and the Yowah opal field got its name from a creek that runs through it. In the 1890's the Yowah opal centered nut was feverishly mined. Today both the Yowah gem nut and its cousin, the Yowah opal matrix nut are equally sought after by both a national and an overseas gem market.
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