There were plenty of things to see and do over the four days, with airing of the quilts at the Brockman Centre, a wildflower art exhibition at Ferguson House and historic car day on Sunday on Bindoon Oval.
Shire of Chittering President Alex Douglas said the festival was the best tourism event in town.
He said it showcased what the Chittering community had to offer.
‘Last year we had loads of bus groups, wildflower enthusiasts and visitors from over east here just for the festival,’ he said.
‘It’s a good time of year in Chittering Valley now’