Pinjarra Festival returns for 2018, EOI for stallholders and vendors now open

A sand sculpture at last year's Pinjarra Festival. Picture: Supplied
A sand sculpture at last year's Pinjarra Festival. Picture: Supplied

THE annual Pinjarra Festival returns to the Edenvale homestead on the WA Day long weekend.

On June 2 and 3, Murray’s distinctive history and lifestyle will be celebrated through a range of attractions including live entertainment, children’s workshops, arts and crafts, heritage displays and amusement rides.

Shire of Murray President David Bolt said more than 15,0000 people attended last year’s festival.

With preparations well underway, applications are now sought from market and food stallholders.

Event organisers are also seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced vendors to manage the festival’s Cart Shed – a licensed area within the festival grounds.

Application forms are available by calling 9531 7777 or downloading from www.murray.wa.gov.au/Pinjarra-festival.

Expressions of interest close on Sunday, March 25 and stallholders applications close on Monday, April 2.

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