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COPRICE COBDEN SPRING FESTIVAL

18 Oct 2019 to 20 Oct 2019
Various venues, Grayland Street, Cobden VIC 3266
COPRICE COBDEN SPRING FESTIVAL
The CopRice Cobden Spring Festival is in its 24th year and is a fun event for all ages. The festival begins with the Bendigo Bank Junior Fishing Competition on the banks of Lake Cobden, on Friday at 5.30pm. Then on Saturday from 9am, Street broadcasts, "Brekky on the Street", Kids' entertainment with The Mik Maks, a buskers' comp, jumping castles, face painting, showbags, in-store activities, Cobden Orchid Club Annual Show, a Quilt Display and lots more, including our famous Fonterra Street Parade at 12pm, featuring, our "Unsung Heroes" and the "Curdie Cow Crap". Sunday's events include a fun run/walk, and from 10am, live music, food and market stalls, pet parade, dog jumping comp, mini train rides, mini golf, Historical Society display, Pioneer Park Moto Show, Sth Western District Restoration Group display and working engines, Orchid Show and Quilt Display. General stalls required for Sunday 20th October are: arts and crafts, produce, cakes/slices (no hot food or coffee vans required), cards, books, plants, collectables, bric-a-brac etc. We require proof of public liability and we limit the number of similar stalls. No powered or sheltered sites available. You're sure to find something at the Coprice Cobden Spring Festival to entertain and interest you!

GRANNY SMITH FESTIVAL - EASTWOOD

19 Oct 2019
, Eastwood NSW 2122
GRANNY SMITH FESTIVAL - EASTWOOD
The annual Granny Smith Festival celebrates the life and legacy of one of our district’s most famous citizens, Maria Ann Smith - aka Granny Smith - who, back in 1868, ‘accidentally’ grew the first batch of little green apples that bear her name and are now grown all over the world. The Granny Smith Festival began in 1985 and is now regarded as one of Sydney’s largest street festivals, a true community carnival, full of colour and good old fashioned fun. It is supported by local businesses, sporting and service organisations, churches, schools and the wider community. The festival attracts around 90,000 visitors to Eastwood. It is a chance for the people and businesses of the City of Ryde to come together and celebrate the history and culture of the area. Join us for live music, performances, our Grand Street Parade, kids activities, youth zone, food and market stalls, fireworks and more.

OATLEY VILLAGE FESTIVAL

19 Oct 2019
Oatley Memorial Gardens and the Oatley Shopping Centre, Oatley Memorial Gardens + Frederick Street and Oatley Avenue, Oatley NSW 2223
OATLEY VILLAGE FESTIVAL
Oatley Village Festival is one of the largest community events in the St George area, attracting over 15,000 local residents. For over 40 years local residents have enjoyed the variety of festivals attractions, including 180 food, craft and novelty stalls. All the favourite attractions are back, including amusement rides, roving bands, Trash and Treasure and the popular Harley Davidson motor bike rides. The Lego Competition was a huge success last year and will be back again this year at the Oatley Uniting Church hall. **PARKING OPTIONS** Festival patrons and stall holders are reminded that ALL DAY off street parking will be available from 6.00am at the Georges River Campus, at the northern end of the Oatley Memorial Park (enter via Hurstville Road). Parking is free to stall holders parked before 8.30am. **FESTIVAL NEWSLETTER** Stall holders new to Oatley are encouraged to subscribe online to the **Festival News** mailing list. **STALL SITE APPLICATIONS** To apply for a stall site visit the website www.oatleylions.org.au and complete the online booking form. When completing the form, read carefully and complete all compulsory questions. Stall holders are requested to provide a detailed description of products to be sold and also provide at least two site preferences. Stallholders are expected to have a current public liability policy and present on the day if required. Food sellers are required to obtain a Food Handling Permit from Georges River Council. **** Limited number of stall sites are still available in the North and South areas of the Oatley Memorial Gardens.*** FREDERICK ST AND OATLEY AVE SITES ARE NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED. Effective from 25 July, applications received for these main street sites will be added to the waiting list subject to any cancellations received. Applicants will only be notified if a stall site becomes available.

CROWS NEST FESTIVAL

20 Oct 2019
Willoughby Road, Crows Nest NSW 2065
CROWS NEST FESTIVAL
The largest community festival on the lower north shore is being celebrated for the 30th year. Local businesses side by side with stallholders. Food alley and licensed area alongside the best Crows Nest has to offer. Four entertainment stages including Big Music at Ernest Place, food stage and schools bands stage and dance school stage. Pony rides, dino rides, inflatables, petting zoo, umbrella painting, face painting. Come and browse the stalls and shops, grab a bite and enjoy the entertainment. A great family day out

WARRAGAMBA DamFest 2019

20 Oct 2019
Warragamba Recreation Reserve, Farnsworth Avenue & Warradale Road, Warragamba NSW 2752
WARRAGAMBA DamFest 2019
DamFest Warragamba 2019 - Sunday 20th October - 10am to 4pm - Warragamba Recreation Reserve, Warragamba This will be our 14th annual DamFest - which includes a Community Fair, Swapmeet, Car Show, Bike Show and for the first time Historical Truck Show. Admission to DamFest is FREE. The event is a fun day for the whole family featuring Live entertainment, Car Show, Bike Show, Swap Meet ,displays by emergency services (NSW Police, NSW Fire & Rescue, RFS and SES), Helicopter Joy Flights, Golden Ridge Animal Farm for the kids, Market stalls, amusements, rides, and lots of free entertainment for the kids, including working dogs demonstrations, sheep shearing and reptile shows throughout the day. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the Warragamba Silverdale area, provide a fund raising opportunity for local community groups and organisations, to give car and bike enthusiasts a showcase for their vehicles in a totally safe and family friendly environment and to raise funds for the Warragamba Silverdale communities with proceeds of the day being directed back into the community. We are looking for stallholders for this event – **Prices for sites at this year’s event start at as little as $50.00 for a 3m frontage.** Call Lee on 47741273 or email community@wsnc.org.au

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

MAROUBRA MARKET, FUN RUN & OKTOBERFEST

27 Oct 2019
Arthur Byrne Reserve, 307 Fitzgerald Avenue, Maroubra NSW 2035
MAROUBRA MARKET, FUN RUN & OKTOBERFEST
The Juniors Maroubra Fun Run & Oktoberfest is in it’s 24th year and will be held on Sunday 27 October 2019. The Fun Run & Oktoberfest is always one of Maroubra’s biggest and best annual family and community days. People come from near and far. Some run, some walk and some wheel around the course. Some will be super-fit, some will still be working on their fitness, and some will prefer to skip the Fun Run opportunity and just enjoy Oktoberfest. But EVERYONE will have a good time. This year our major sponsor is The Juniors. Proceeds from the day will benefit the P&C Association of schools fielding the winning teams and various local community organizations, including the South Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club, the Rotary Club of Maroubra (our major sponsor in recent years) and the Lions Club of Maroubra. As usual we will be relying on our many volunteer helpers. So please get involved!

FESTIVAL OF FISHERS GHOST

1 Nov 2019 to 10 Nov 2019
Queen Street, Campbelltown NSW 2560
FESTIVAL OF FISHERS GHOST
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

Tasmanian Craft Fair

1 Nov 2019 to 4 Nov 2019
Community Complex and Showground, Alveston Drive, Deloraine TAS 7304
Tasmanian Craft Fair
The Tasmanian Craft Fair is the largest working craft fair in Australia. Spread over 8 venues throughout the picturesque town of Deloraine in Tasmania, the event asks you " **Which Craft is Your Craft**?" Exhibitors cover every type of craft you can imagine from local and interstate artists and artisans to entertainment, gourmet food, local wines, beer, cider and spirits, demonstrations, garden plants and accessories and free activities for the whole family. All venues are connected by free shuttle buses. Exhibitors showcase their products to 20.000 + visitors. Running successfully for the past 38 years, the range of arts and crafts suits all tastes and budgets. Any work for sale must be created by, designed by and/or made by the exhibitor. Many artists and craftspeople have successfully launched their business here. Applications open 15th February and close 31 March 2019 Forms available at www.tascraftfair.com.au

Maldon Primary School Market & Fair

2 Nov 2019
Maldon Primary School, 109 High Street, Maldon VIC 3463
Maldon Primary School Market & Fair
With up to 100 Art and Craft stalls and a variety of fabulous food and drinks. A great range of activities for the kids, and adults alike. Jumping castles and face painting, crazy hair, inflatable Archey, to name a few. With some activities run by the school students themselves. There is live music and entertainment with , musicians and bands throughout the day. This is our major fundraising event, with all funds going directly back into the school to provide more opportunities for the 86 students attending. Plenty of Free Parking, Entry is by Gold Coin donation. Check out our Facebook Page for updates. www.facbook.com/maldonpimaryschoolevents

Double Bay Street Festival 2019

3 Nov 2019
, Double Bay NSW 2028
Double Bay Street Festival 2019
**Over 80,000 visitors last year,** the Double Bay Street Festival is the biggest and the best Summer annual Festival in Sydney, now in its 9th fabulous year! This year the Festival will be held on **Sunday 3rd November 2019**. Six streets in the centre of Double Bay will be filled with fabulous market stalls, carnival rides, DB Eat Street, Live Music and all the very best that Australia has to offer. Stall applications are now open. Application close in August and there are strict limits on the number of stall types, so don't leave it, or you will miss out! The Sydney East Business Chamber represents the discerning client who has a passion for style, elegance, boutique labels and a taste for artisanal, healthy street food and handcrafted lifestyle, sustainable, environmentally friendly, and quality exclusive brands. Our district includes Double Bay, Edgecliff, Paddington, Rose Bay, Rushcutters Bay, Watsons Bay and Woollahra. DATE: Sunday 3rd November 2019 VENUE: Double Bay surrounds ATTENDANCE: Over 80,000 visitors

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.

GLENBROOK SPRING FESTIVAL

9 Nov 2019
Glenbrook Village, lower Blue Mountains, Ross Street (between Park St and Cross St), Glenbrook NSW 2773
GLENBROOK SPRING FESTIVAL
Glenbrook Spring Festival - Saturday 9 November 2019 Glenbrook Village, lower Blue Mountains, NSW Set up: 7am, Festival starts 8.30am - finishes 3pm Local and School entertainment on 2 stages, 120 craft and food stalls and rides by Jubilee Amusements. Glenbrook Spring Festival is an annual event on the second Saturday of November and has been running for 35 years. Ross Street (between Park St and Cross St) and Park Street (between Ross St and Euroka Rd) are closed for the day. Street stalls will be located in Ross St and Park St as well as in the Village Green of Glenbrook Park. Food stalls will be located in Glenbrook Park adjacent to the sportsground. Jubilee Amusements and the Petting Zoo will be operating on the sportsground of Glenbrook Park with relevant food stalls and craft stalls adjacent. Contact the Festival Director at glenbrookspringfestival@gmail.com

Bacchus Marsh Strawberries and Cherries Weekend

15 Nov 2019 to 17 Nov 2019
Makers Market & RSL Hall Market, Main St, Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340
Bacchus Marsh Strawberries and Cherries Weekend
The Strawberries & Cherries Weekend celebrates the arrival of the first spring crop of fruits, with strawberries and cherries being the star of the show in Bacchus Marsh. This year’s festival is bigger than ever taking up the main road in town and looking for stallholders with a variety of goods for both days of our festival. Party plan sellers are accepted for this festival and theme related products are encouraged. ​Both of these venues are open for inside stallholders. Handmade / demonstrations wanted, homewares, woodwork, Artworks, photography, fashion, furniture. RSL Hall, Eclectic stalls, including fair trade, homewares, textiles. All stalls can stay set up over the weekend.

Camden Jacaranda Festival

22 Nov 2019 to 24 Nov 2019
Camden Jacaranda Festival, Argyle Street, Camden NSW 2570
Camden Jacaranda Festival
Camden Jacaranda Festival celebrates the unique town of Camden, our community & of course, our iconic jacarandas. **22, 23, 24 November 2019** - **FRIDAY**- *Friday Night Live* a diverse showcase of free live music at different venues along our main street with the jacaranda lights. - **SATURDAY**- *The Jacaranda Experience* with Santa, Fireworks, Christmas Tree Light Up, Jacaranda Trees Fairy Lights, specialty market stalls, entertainment, food, plus more. - **SUNDAY**- *The Camden Experience* take a tour of the prominent jacarandas in the area with stunning photo opportunities

Festival of Christmas - Bowral

7 Dec 2019 to 8 Dec 2019
Bong Bong Racecourse, Kangaloon Road, Bowral NSW 2576
Festival of Christmas - Bowral
7th & 8th of December will see the Bong Bong Racecourse transformed into a Christmas playground. There will be Santa's Cave, Santa photos, kid's craft corner for making Christmas Cards, Santa's mailbox, best dressed competitions and more! There will also be a Christmas Market where visitors can tick off their shopping list and get everything done in one place! Bookings are now open to stallholders for this exciting event ... get in quick as sites are limited!

NARRABEEN LAKES SUMMERFEST

7 Dec 2019 to 8 Dec 2019
Berry Reserve, 1395 Pittwater Road, Narrabeen NSW 2101
NARRABEEN LAKES SUMMERFEST
Free public entry, Non stop entertainment on stage, 140 stalls, Fireworks, kids rides, Vintage car, motorbike, Working Dog, Marine Rescue displays. Prices are $250 General Stall for 2 Days, $170 Sat only or $115 Sun Only, Food Stalls from $570

THE COOGEE FAMILY FUN DAY

7 Dec 2019
Goldstein Reserve, Arden Street, Coogee NSW 2034
THE COOGEE FAMILY FUN DAY
Goldstein Reserve Coogee Beach, rides, entertainment and market stalls. Coogee, affectionately known as “Sydney’s Seaside Village” is located just minutes from both the City’s Central Business District and Sydney’s International Airport. Now in its 25th year, this long-running community event sees carnival rides, food stalls and markets set up on Goldstein Reserve behind Coogee Beach. While parents lock down some last minute Christmas gift shopping at handmade, artisan craft stalls lining the park, kids can get hands-on at a drumming workshop, colouring-in competition, and perhaps most thrilling, a reptile display where they’ll have the chance to pet a croc. There’ll also be a full line-up of entertainment and live music running throughout the day, so make sure to bring a picnic rug.

Australia Day 2020 in Camden

26 Jan 2020
Argyle Street, Camden NSW 2570
Australia Day 2020 in Camden
"Aussie Aussie Aussie" will echo through the streets of Camden this Australia Day when the Camden community come together to celebrate our National Day of pride and the Australian spirit. Visit John Street, Camden for a BBQ breakfast and the Australian themed activities such as thong throwing, crocodile and animal encounters, from 8.00am. Attend a Thanksgiving Service performed by the Evangelical Sisters of Mary at the Camden Civic Centre from 8.30am, meet Camden's Australia Day Ambassador and welcome our newest Citizens and Award winners from 9.15am at the Camden Civic Centre, and line Argyle Street from 11.15am for the Macarthur Lions Street Parade. There will also be: FREE Australian tattoo's; FREE face painting; Koala cupcake making workshops; Cork hat making workshops; Petting Zoo; Entertainment featuring Ric Bailey and Mad Rhino; Thong throwing competitions; Reptile Display; Food and beverage stalls; The Macarthur Lions Street Parade; and more!

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.
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