Festival Info
and highlights

With so much on offer we've picked out some of the best highlights so you don't miss a thing.

Rally up the family and gather your mates for a fun-filled weekend. Featuring everything from kids activities, markets, to a regional showcase full of food, wine, art and entertainment going into the night. This flagship event has something for everyone.

Shopping

Start your morning at the Create & Grow Market and shop through a wide selection of our regions creative, artistic, locally self-produced/handmade, produced or home grown items.

Live Music

The music is the heart and soul of the festival with all the action taking place Saturday Nov 2nd at our John Wright Park, Tuncurry. Check out this years local and touring artists

Festival Food

Munch your way through some of the yummiest of food trucks from the region. There'll be plenty of delicious options to sink your teeth into at the Market & at the Music Festival.

Pop-up Bar

The best pop-up bar to grace the shores of the Wallis Lake? Absolutely!!

Kids Entertainment

We're talking face painting, sand pit, jumping castles, lawn games, chalk art, photo booths playgrounds and more! Your kids will be entertained for hours at the festival events. 

Stay A while

Whether you're staying the night, the weekend or even longer. We have accommodation offers to suit everyone thanks to our sponsors they may even throw in a couple of FREE Music Festival Tickets. T&C apply

NEED WE SAY MORE?

An Eclectic Mix of Local & Touring Artists

Create & Grow. Only local, only the best

An exhibition of paintings, drawings, photography & more

Kids Rides, Craft Workshops, Competitions and more

This not-for-profit event is organised and run 100% by volunteers of the community and proudly supported  by local businesses

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