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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
John Street, Camden NSW 2570
Australia Day 2020 in Camden
Australia Day in Camden provides an opportunity for the local community to get together and celebrate our great nation. The event draws thousands of people each year and features busy street activities, food stalls, markets, kid’s entertainment and a street parade. This year’s theme will embrace everything Australiana and sing of pure unadulterated Aussie family fun in the sun! **What's in store for 2020?** · The Macarthur Lions Parade will now commence at the earlier time of 10am on Argyle Street. · The Awesome Aussie Eating Competition - how many mangoes and lamingtons can you eat in five minutes? · Bush band: Sydney’s premier bush band The Inland Navigators will perform some of Australia's most beloved bush songs. · Solo acoustic music by Ric Bailey of Mad Rhino. · Thong throwing competition - a huge hit in 2019, this comp makes its return for more fun to see whose thong can be chucked the farthest along John Street. · Koala Cupcake and animal mask decorating workshop. · Cork hat making workshop. · Bouncy castles. · Shaded area with seating for elderly and infirm. · Free face painting. · Buskers, street artists and bush poetry. · Food trucks, arts and crafts and Australiana memorabilia stalls (stall holder applications close on Monday 13 January 2020). **Highlights include:** - 8.15am - Thanksgiving Service Camden Civic Centre - 9am - Fun Day commences John Street, Camden - 10am - Macarthur Lions Street Parade, Argyle Street, Camden - 11.45am - Australia Day Awards Ceremony, Camden Civic Centre - 12.15pm - Citizenship Ceremony, Camden Civic Centre - 2pm - Fun Day concludes, John Street, Camden

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.

Greek & Olive Festival

1 Mar 2020
St Anne's Winery, Myrniong VIC 3341
Greek & Olive Festival
Travel to Greece by just driving to St. Anne's Winery - Myrniong on the 1st of March, 2020. Costs? Cheap! There's only a $10 parking fee! Bring a car load of friends and family - fun times to be had! Including Foodtrucks, Market Stalls, Entertainment such as Greek Dancing groups + FREE workshops including how to make: Greek Yoghurt, Dolmades, Bread & Spanakopita! Greek related homewares, jewellery, crafts, Greek groceries, Olives & Olive oil products, Cultural demonstrations and more.

Girrakool Blues Festival

6 Mar 2020 to 8 Mar 2020
Mt Penang Gardens Kariong Central Coast, 1 Kangoo Road, Kariong NSW 2250
Girrakool Blues Festival
Held over 3 days, with a killer line up of International and National Blues Bands, Aboriginal Cultural Activities and Family Fun the festival guarantees it caters for all lovers of music. The outdoor, family orientated, relaxed nature of Girrakool Blues Festival & BBQ, not far from the M1 between Sydney and Newcastle, and perfectly situated in Mt Penang Event Park on the Central Coast, offers free camping, and comfort for all under the big top tent. Aussie Icon, the “Real Thing” Russell Morris, will headline the 5th addition of the Girrakool Blues Festival and BBQ, along with Son of Jimmy Vaughan (Nephew of Texan Blues Legend Stevie Ray Vaughan) Tyrone Vaughan (USA), and Sacred Steel phenomenon Nikki Brown teaming up with Australian Slide Guitarist Dom Turner as The Turner Brown Band (USA/AUS). For the blues enthusiasts #guitarfriday, will see young gun Jesse Redwing; Chicago Blues Band Tom Cat Playground; Australia’s premier blues guitarist Ray Beadle; and finishing with some Texan blues with Texan Blues Hall of Famer Tyrone Vaughan (USA) with the Darren Jack Band. Saturday will be wall to wall music for festival goers starting with Blues comp winners Mirrakooka; 70’s soul style band Rambal (VIC); Janis Joplin-esque singer songstress Cass Eager & the Velvet Rope; four of Australia’s leading blues players join forces to salute 4 the “King(s)” of Blues, with All the Kings Men, of Dynamic Hypnotics fame Continental Robert & the Trouble People, Australia’s foremost indigenous female blues writer and performer, Marlene Cummings; high energy Blue-Billy-Grass-Rockin’ band 19-Twenty, followed by an uplifting gospel blues musical feast with the Turner Brown Band (USA/AUS) and finishing the night with a psychedelic trip down memory lane with Russell Morris. And finally, the Sunday Family Funday will cater for families with children under 12yrs free all day, starting with the local Kariong High School Band; band competition runner up Blues Wranglers; Acoustic dou The Blues Preachers will take you as far back as the 1920’s; The Shane Pacey Trio is a no nonsense trip of the blues back pages; One of 3 Australian artist to be picked for “Playing for Change” powerhouse singer Genevieve Chadwick & her band The Stones Throw and to finish the music programming is a once only Girrakool exclusive - The Defenders.  Girrakool Blues Festival also offers many ticketing options including Season, 2-Day, Single Day tickets. Tickets will be limited so make sure you don’t miss out. Kids under 12 are free Sunday and under 5’s are free all weekend. All tickets are discounted when purchasing online prior to the event by going to www.girrakoolblues.com.au , or pay more at the gate.

Rainbow on the Plains Festival - FAIR DAY

28 Mar 2020 to 29 Mar 2020
Hay Park, Moppett Street, Hay NSW 2711
Rainbow on the Plains Festival - FAIR DAY
THE PARADE - everyone is talking about! Proudly raising funds for community projects. Rainbow on the Plains is a festival of fun, support, inclusion and celebration of our local and visiting lesbian, gay, bi, trans and intersex communities, their friends and families. We celebrate with a street parade and party, alongside various community events. In March 2018 Hay hosted the inaugural ‘Rainbow on the Plains Festival’. Originally envisaged as a simple idea for a group of friends to gather and watch the 40th anniversary Sydney parade, the concept was quickly embraced by supporters across the globe. In a few short months a three day festival was organised.

SPRINGWOOD FESTIVAL (Foundation Day)

28 Mar 2020
Main Street, Macquarie Road, Springwood NSW 2777
SPRINGWOOD FESTIVAL (Foundation Day)
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. 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. Applications can be made online on our website, www.foundationday.org.au

Living Green Vegan Market - March 2020

29 Mar 2020
Albert Hall, Commonwealth Avenue, Yarralumla ACT 2600
Living Green Vegan Market - March 2020
Living Green Festival—Sunday 29th March 2020—Albert Hall Canberra’s unique Living Green Festival is not just another environmental expo. It’s a fun-filled festival that focusses equally on sustainability and compassion, showcasing green ideas and solutions that work for the planet, for humans and for other animals. This free day of fun for the whole family will be back at the Albert Hall for the eighth time on Sunday 29th March 2020 from 10am-4pm. What makes the Living Green Festival different is that you might find a stall about lounge-shaped water tanks right next to a stall about the plight of orangutans in Indonesia or deaf dogs in Australia. Sustainability is a big theme of the event. Not just in the range of stalls and services showcased at the Festival, but how the event runs itself. The Festival organisers are proud of the event’s ‘green credentials’. All food and drink served at the event is plant-based, which has a much lower ‘carbon footprint’ than animal products such as meat and dairy. It also means all food waste from the event is composted. And not just the food – all servingware used at the event is also compostable, meaning very little waste from the event ends up in landfill or needing to be recycled. So, while nibbling a delicious plant-based cheesecake made by a local Canberra bakery, or sampling a tasty Malaysian vegetable curry from a local haute cuisine restaurant, you can learn about energy efficiency measures for your home at the many eco-friendly market stalls. Retro-fitted double-glazing solutions for existing windows is always one of the most popular exhibits, offering festival attendees the chance to see how it works in practice. Kids are spoilt for choice as well. This year there will be an entire free Kidzone, with an 8-metre rock-climbing wall that kids (and kids-at-heart) can scale to get the best view of the Festival. The Kidzone will also offer free face painting, games and art and craft activities. Festival-goers will also be able to chill out in the grounds of the Albert Hall while listening to live music and entertainment including Petrichor, Hope Street, Monique Lewis, and even a spot of swing dancing! The Festival will also offer a range of free workshops, talks and cooking demonstrations. Oh, and finally, the Living Green Festival has a dog café! That’s right, dogs are welcome at the event. ‘Carson’s Café’ (Carson’s a lovely poodle and the face of the café), will be right in the middle of the 2017 Living Green Festival serving treats for people and dogs alike. So come and experience ‘a kinder shade of green’ for a day at Canberra’s seventh Living Green Festival! To recap… What: The 8th Living Green Festival Where: Albert Hall, Canberra When: Sunday, 29th March, 10am-4pm Why: a kinder shade of green for the planet, animals and humans Further info: www.lgf.org.au or the LGF Facebook page.

THIRROUL SEASIDE and ARTS FESTIVAL

4 Apr 2020 to 5 Apr 2020
, Thirroul NSW 2515
THIRROUL SEASIDE and ARTS FESTIVAL
In a picture perfect setting between the ocean and rainforest, One hour from Sydney and the Southern Tablelands, two and a half hours from Canberra. A huge community celebration, 2 full days of visual and performing arts with multiple exhibitions, a Talent Quest, Art Prize, Sculpture Prize, Art & Market Stalls, Rides, Displays & Demonstrations, Children's free art activities and fun family events.

EASTER IN THE COUNTRY - ROMA

9 Apr 2020 to 13 Apr 2020
, Roma QLD 4455
EASTER IN THE COUNTRY - ROMA
Roma's Easter in The Country Markets (Roma, QLD -CBD) April 20 and 21, 2019 Applications Close - 1st March 2019 Everyone welcome to join the Country Markets at the biggest Easter Festival in Queensland. The festival offers a wide range of activities for the thrill-seeker, the cultural buff and those that like to take things a little more leisurely. From the beach to the bush, from Adelaide to Cairns everyone is welcome to be part of Easter In The Country’s festival in 2019. The Markets are the most popular activity within the event and all marketers were very happy in 2018 with the economic benefit and the organisation of the event. We aim to welcome everyone with country hospitality. download or fill up an online application form on our website

WONDAI 2020 AUTUMN GARDEN EXPO

18 Apr 2020 to 19 Apr 2020
Wondai Sports Ground & Lions Pavilion, Bunya Highway, Wondai QLD 4606
WONDAI 2020 AUTUMN GARDEN EXPO
Discover the Diversity of Gardening in Queensland's Best Backyard! Wondai 2019 Autumn Garden Expo Sat. 18th & Sun. 19th April. Wondai Sportsground, Bunya Highway, Wondai Saturday 8am – 4-30 pm. Sunday 8am. - 1pm. Adults $5-00 per day or Two Day Pass $8,00 Children Under 15 free Parking Free Quality Stalls of all descriptions for Garden and Home, Horticultural Show and Display, Guest Speakers & Entertainment, Applications from quality industry-related Stalls welcome. Early Bookings are essential! plus The South Burnett Orchid Society Annual Show Saturday 18th. From 9.30am – 3-00pm. RSL Hall Wondai Contact 07 4168 1695 Major Sponsor: South Burnett Regional Council, Proudly supported by Cleggs Masonr; Kingaroy Motorcycles; the South Burnett Times; Colin Purnell, Earthlife,

Brisbane Latin Dance Festival

5 Dec 2019 to 8 Dec 2019
Brisbane Convention Centre, Merivale St & Glenelg Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101

NATIONAL CHERRY FESTIVAL

6 Dec 2019 to 8 Dec 2019
Anderson Park, Lovell Street, Young NSW 2594

Festive Fun Market

7 Dec 2019
Central South Morang Shopping Centre, 338 McDonalds Road, South Morang VIC 3752

SYDNEY CRYSTAL SHOW

7 Dec 2019 to 8 Dec 2019
Grand Parade, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127

WOODFORD FOLK FESTIVAL - QLD

27 Dec 2019 to 8 Jan 2020
, Woodford QLD 4514

TASTE OF TASMANIA - HOBART

28 Dec 2019 to 3 Jan 2020
Princes Wharf Shed No. 1, Sullivans Cove, Hobart TAS 7000

NEW YEARS EVE NORTHBRIDGE

31 Dec 2019
, Northbridge WA 6003

NYE Ulladulla Harbourside Festival

31 Dec 2019
The Harbour Foreshore, Ulladulla NSW 2539
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