Volunteers working tirelessly to make Hotham Valley Festival a success


Volunteers are working hard to ensure this year’s festival is successful.
Volunteers are working hard to ensure this year’s festival is successful.

VOLUNTEERS are working around the clock to make sure this year’s Hotham Valley anniversary festival is as successful its 40th anniversary last year.

Dwellingup railway station will be a hive of activity on Sunday, September 17 as visitors celebrate the anniversary with steam ranger train services at 10.30am and 3pm, live music, a classic car display, a display of restaurant trains, arts and crafts stalls, a Hotham Valley Railway membership display, diesel, electric and steam trains, a Murray Districts Carriage Club display, a sausage sizzle and much more.

The festival attractions are free and booking for the train services can be made on 6278 1111.

The festival runs from 10.30am to 3pm.

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