Armadale springs back into annual festival

The Armadale Spring Festival is back for another year.
The Armadale Spring Festival is back for another year.

ARMADALE is about to come alive for its annual spring festival.

The Spring into Armadale festival is returning with a vibrant and diverse calendar of more than 60 unique events.

After the success of last year’s festival, the City of Armadale has been working with community groups, tourism and small businesses to bring together a calendar of events to promote the region between August 1 and November 30.

“The festival will showcase Armadale as the place to be, explore and experience throughout the coming months,” Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones said.

Events span food, wine, markets, music, arts, trails, walks and more, with two new yoga retreats joining this year’s line-up.

The Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts trail will see local artists welcoming the public into their private studios, talented young people’s works will be on display at the Outside the Frame awards, and the Armadale Highland Gathering will return with Scottish fun in September. Signature events such as the renowned springtime celebrations at Araluen Botanic Park are also top of the list of local attractions.

Head to visitarmadale.com.au/ spring-armadale or the Armadale Visitor Centre.

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