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Riverwood Spring Fair

26 Oct 2019
Salt Pan Creek Wetlands Park, 151 Belmore Road North, Riverwood NSW 2210
The Spring Fair is the major community festival in the Riverwood Community, and attracts thousands of locals and visitors. The Fair will include a wide range of stalls, food and drink, amusements, and a program of entertainment. Enquiries can be directed to the Spring Fair Coordinator on (02) 9533 0100 or springfair@riverwoodcommunity.org.au


1 Nov 2019 to 10 Nov 2019
Queen Street, Campbelltown NSW 2560
Campbelltown City Council invites locals and visitors from across the state to celebrate one of the longest running community festivals in the country – the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost! Inspired by the region’s most famous ghost story, this year’s festival runs from 1 to 10 November and offers a variety of fun and free activities for the whole family! **FIRST BIG WEEK** **Friday 1 to Sunday 3 November** Fisher’s Ghost Carnival, Bradbury Oval, various times A festival favourite, there will be heaps of free family entertainment daily. Free entry. Rides, food and sideshow alley costs apply. **Friday 1 November** Macarthur Night Markets, Bradbury Park, 5pm to 9pm The Macarthur Night Markets will be buzzing as they join forces with the Carnival at Bradbury Park for Friday 1 Nov only! An evening of delicious world cuisine, market stalls and more! **Saturday 2 November** Nerd Con, Campbelltown Civic Hall, 10am to 4pm There will be Cosplay judging, merchandise stalls, food trucks, gaming and more! Come dressed up or just as yourself. *Street Parade, Queen Street, 4pm kick off Join us for the iconic street parade that will make its way down Queen Street. This year’s theme is We Could be Heroes - so why not come dressed as your favourite hero! *Hero Hub, Koshigaya Park, 5.30pm to 7.30pm An awesome addition to this year’s festival is the Hero Hub. At the completion of the parade in Koshigaya Park you are invited to come and meet the heroes of the parade, have your photo taken and check out Batman’s real life bat mobile. *Fireworks, Bradbury Park, 9pm Spectacular fireworks display that will light up the sky both Saturday's of the festival. **Sunday 3 November** Fisher’s Kids, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 10am to 2pm Get ready for some awesome interactive installations, hands-on workshops, epic performances and spontaneous happenings designed for children and their families. **SECOND BIG WEEK** **Friday 8 to Sunday 10 November** Fisher’s Ghost Carnival, Bradbury Oval, various times If the first weekend wasn’t enough head to the carnival for the second big weekend with even more free entertainment, Friday Frenzy discounted wristband ride tickets and more! **Saturday 9 November** Street Fair, Mawson Park, 10am to 2pm Mawson Park and surrounds will be buzzing with music, free family friendly entertainment, stalls, food and more. A great day out for the whole family! Record breaking attempt by King Kebab House on Queen Street at 2pm! Fireworks, Bradbury Park, 9pm Don’t miss the second spectacular fireworks display at Bradbury Park the night will go off with a bang!! **Sunday 10 November** Marsdens Law Group Fisher’s Ghost Fun Run, Western Sydney University, 8am start. Celebrating its 45th year! The iconic fitness event is great for serious and social competitors with a 5km or 10km option. Online entries close Wednesday 6 November. See website for further details: www.fishersghost.com.au

Celebrating Greta Army & Migrant Camp 1939 - 1960

9 Nov 2019 to 10 Nov 2019
, Greta NSW 2334
Celebrating Greta Army & Migrant Camp 1939 - 1960
Celebrating Greta Army & Migrant Camp 1939 - 1960. Stallholders Wanted Greta is located in the Branxton area of the Hunter Valley NSW Applications are now open for new and quality products, food and drink vendors. Please email your interest to: events@centralhunterbusiness.com.au Our area has a strong military history connection – in WW1 321 men from Branxton and Greta enlisted and served our nation, some 60 men did not return and still to today some have no known graves in which families can pay respect at, no go to 1939, Greta becomes home to the largest Army Training Camp in Australia, training over 60,000 men for the 6th Division 2nd AIF. So in 2019 we celebrate the 80th Anniversary year of the Army camp that was the largest training establishment in WW2 training over 60,000 men for service in the AIF. The camp starting being built in November 1939, and received the first soldiers of the 2/11 Battalion of the 6th Division AIF on the 15 November 1939. The camp was also used to training the troops that were being trained for the Occupation Forces of Japan after the war. In 1949 the camp site was transferred to the Department of Immigration and became the home of over 100,000 migrants fleeing worn torn Europe and looking for a new home, the camp closed in 1960. The ownership of the site reverted back to Defence and was finally sold by public auction in 1980. We currently have approval to use the original camp site on camp road to host the festival – the site is some 2,930acres more than enough room to host a celebration of this scale. I current have a request in with JOCC to have Defence assets available, we plan to have a number of events over the two days as follows: **Saturday:** - Open address His Excellency the Governor of Australia General David Hurley, AC, DSC, (Retd), and The Hon J Sidoiti – Minster for Veterans and Multiculturism - Parade of vehicles troops, bands, etc. - Re-enactor displays, Fly overs of aircraft, Tiger Moth and Defence - Helicopters MRH 90 and fixed wing assets C130 Hercules throughout the day, Food and cooking displays, - Band marching playing tunes between other displays this would be from say 11am – 4.00 pm / 5.30pm - Mock battle runs with tanks and artillery, - Mass Pipes and Drums to finish the day **Sunday:** - Parade of vehicles troops, bands, etc. - Re-enactor displays - Fly overs of aircraft, Tiger Moth and Defence Helicopters MRH 90 and fixed wing assets C130 Hercules throughout the day, - Food and cooking displays, - Light Horse Display, - Band marching playing tunes between other displays this would be from say 11am – 4.00pm - Mock battle runs with tanks and artillery, - Mass Pipes and Drums to finish the day. The event is an amazing opportunity to celebrate the sacrifice and dedication of veterans and enable us to educate about a part of History regards Greta and the how the camp also became home to 100,000 migrants that called Australia home.

Greek Street Fair Burwood 2019

10 Nov 2019
Burleigh Street, Burwood NSW 2134
Greek Street Fair Burwood 2019
Greek Street Fair Burwood is an annual event celebrating the Greek culture and heritage. In 2018 it takes place on Sunday 11 November from 11am to 4pm, Burleigh Street Burwood, NSW. Enjoy Greek dancing performances, Greek music, Greek food and sweets, market stalls, competitions, activities for children and the famous Greek hospitality. This family friendly event is organised by volunteers of The Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of Burwood and District. Come along and join in the fun – and look out for Mitsos, the Greek Street Fair Donkey! Non-food stallholders required. Stall sites available at very reasonable prices. For application forms email: greekstreetfair@hotmail.com

The Waterfront Festival Frankston

15 Feb 2020 to 16 Feb 2020
Various Sites, Pier Promenade, Frankston VIC 3199
The Waterfront Festival Frankston
𝗚𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁 𝗡𝗲𝘄𝘀: Frankston City Council has selected us to be in charge of organising the market section of their iconic Waterfront Festival. Their theme: Play by the Bay! Urban Markets will make sure to offer a great line-up of market stallholders to compliment the great atmosphere this Festival has. We will start to reveal which stallholders are joining us closer to the Festival date! Please RSVP to be reminded of this Festival ! 𝗠𝗢𝗥𝗘 𝗜𝗡𝗙𝗢: The weather will be hot, the beer cold, street food sizzles and live music will linger across the bay. The Waterfront Festival is a celebration of Frankston's dazzling surroundings by the bay. ​Saturday 11am - 10pm, Sunday 11am - 6.00pm Bookings for both days required. Market stalls only: Craft, fair trade, homewares, textiles, gourmet producers, timber, garden art, plants, pre packaged baked goods, . Frankston Council provide all other event activities for this occassion.


11 Oct 2019 to 20 Oct 2019
Brisbane Showgrounds, 600 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills, Brisbane QLD 4006

Floating Land

12 Oct 2019 to 27 Oct 2019
Boreen Point and Noosa National Park, Boreen Point QLD 4565

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18 Oct 2019 to 27 Oct 2019
, Inverell NSW 2360


19 Oct 2019 to 20 Oct 2019
Goulburn Historic Waterworks Museum, Marsden Weir, Fitzroy Street, Goulburn NSW 2580

Cobar Festival of the Miners Ghost

25 Oct 2019 to 29 Oct 2019
, Cobar NSW 2835

Goodna Jacaranda Festival

25 Oct 2019 to 27 Oct 2019
, Goodna QLD 4300

Jacaranda Festival - Grafton

25 Oct 2019 to 3 Nov 2019
, Grafton NSW 2460

Kyneton Music Festival

25 Oct 2019 to 26 Oct 2019
Party in the Park, Kyneton VIC 3444

Global Grooves Mackay

26 Oct 2019
Meadowlands Amphitheatre, 9 Lagoon Street, West Mackay QLD 4740


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26 Oct 2019
Lennox Gardens, Flynn Drive, Yarralumla ACT 2600


26 Oct 2019
The Domain - entry from Art Gallery rd., Sydney NSW 2000


27 Oct 2019
Railway Street, Helidon QLD 4344

Live Lighter Perth Basant Festival 2019

27 Oct 2019
Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley WA 6102

Norton Street ITALIAN Festa

27 Oct 2019
Norton Street, Leichhardt, Leichardt NSW 2040
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