Perth Hills Spring Festival promises fun


Clare Thomson and Priyanka Sivabalan from Freedom Faeries, musician Lilyan Smith, Rachael Davenport, from Myattsfield Vineyards, and shire president Andrew Waddell are looking forward to the festival. Picture: David Baylis        www.communitypix.com.au d460078
Clare Thomson and Priyanka Sivabalan from Freedom Faeries, musician Lilyan Smith, Rachael Davenport, from Myattsfield Vineyards, and shire president Andrew Waddell are looking forward to the festival. Picture: David Baylis        www.communitypix.com.au d460078

BRINGING together more than 50 events in October is the theme behind this year’s Perth Hills Spring Festival.

Jam-packed with fun for all ages, the event will offer games for kids, outdoor movies and an annual fairies picnic.

Art lovers will revel in the many exhibitions and popular Open Studio events.

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Fans of nature will enjoy the tours, talks and workshops, and foodies will love all the fresh local produce being celebrated at long table lunches and local markets.

Kalamunda Shire President Andrew Waddell said the festival program was bigger and better than last year, with a huge range of events on offer over October.

“This year, we’re excited to add more events into the calendar and see more businesses going yellow to celebrate the arrival of spring,” Cr Waddell said.

He said some events were ticketed and bookings are essential.

Visit www.experience perthhills.com.au/-spring festival.