Enjoy the fabulous two day Walcha Mountain Festival and all it has to offer: Walcha is a lush pasture wonderland with beautiful scenery, art, antiques, historical buildings, delightful cafes & accommodation just minutes from spectacular World Heritage listed national parks.
Unwind on Sunday 21 Oct 2018 at historic Langford Homestead, meet up with friends and enjoy being entertained with live music from The Grimlings and Goldheist.
Grab a delicious lunch from one of the many food stalls; enjoy a cold craft beer from New England Brewing or crisp glass of wine from Whyworry while the kids are entertained with the free activities on offer.
A selection of market stalls will be in attendance including jewellery, plants, t-shirts, pottery, massage, timber work and more! The Welders Dog will also be there, offering tastings of their craft and ginger beers.
More information at the Walcha Visitor Information Centre
WHEN: 20-21 October 2018
- Saturday venue: McHattan Park, cnr South St & Fitzroy St, Walcha
- Sunday venue: Langford Homestead, Thunderbolts Way, Walcha
Day One centres around McHattan Park and includes the Farmers Market, Billy Cart Derby and PKF Walcha Road Ride Challenge.
A recent addition to the Festival program is the Walcha Quilt Exhibition held over both days in the woolshed at historic Langford Homestead.
Other events on Saturday include a Trash & Treasure Market at the Fun Clown Shop and live music by local musicians.
Day Two is held in the magnificent grounds of historic Langford Homestead and is run in conjunction with the fundraising Westpac Rescue Helicopter – The Carlo’s IGA Captains Ride.
If you are not a bike rider there is plenty to see and do at Langford including; tours of the historic mansion, vintage cars & motorbikes, remote controlled model ships, live entertainment, Australian Wool Fashion Awards Parades, a rock climbing wall, a variety of market stalls, good food, New England Brewing Beers and Whyworry Wines.
The children will be entertained with free activities including bush croquet, face painting, an egg throwing competition and jumping castle.
For information on the Walcha Mountain Festival please contact Susie or Lisa at the Walcha Visitor Information Centre on 02 6774 2460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org