Bungendore Harvest Festival Wrap-Up

What a wonderful weekend in Bungendore. The streets, quite literally, came alive as people enjoyed the sunny Autumn weather, talking to farmers and sampling food.

The streets were packed, with not a parking spot to be found for blocks, the ATM’s ran out of cash and local businesses ran out of food – looks like we need more food next year!

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Celebrate local food, farming and fibre

This is shaping up to be a fantastic weekend!

Join us for a weekend that promises to put Bungendore on the map as an identity for food, farming and fibre related activities.  The Bungendore Harvest Festival will promote integrity and freshness in the growing, breeding and production of produce in the Southern Harvest Region.

On Friday 28th April, linger over meals showcasing locally sourced food and beverages.

On Saturday 29th April, the … CONTINUE READING

Bungendore Harvest Festival News

It’s been a pretty full-on week with Harvest Festival organising.

The program is coming together nicely, highlights including:

10AM-5PM     Bungendore Harvest Festival Market Stalls in Ellendon Street

10AM-5PM     Compost and worm farm clinic at Landtasia Organic Farms’ market stall

10AM-5PM     Face art (all day) and balloon twisting (morning only) in the Village Square

10AM-4PM     Learn how to roast your own chestnuts with Tweenhills Chestnuts

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Bungendore Harvest Festival 28-30 April

Bungendore Harvest Festival 28-30 April

Join us for a weekend that promotes integrity and freshness in the growing, breeding and production of produce in the Southern Harvest Region and centres on Bungendore as a regional identity for food, farming and fibre related activities.

On Friday 28th April, Bungendore food venues will showcase locally sourced food and beverages for your enjoyment.

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Bungendore Harvest Festival 28-30 April 2017

Save the Date and Get Involved

The Bungendore Harvest Festival is a chance for all local businesses to get involved, Whether you have a retail store, are on a rural property or run your business from home. The weekend Festival will be held across from Friday 28th April until Sunday 30 April to encourage overnight visitors and people from further afield. It will be a celebration of local, cold climate food, how it grows, where it grows, … CONTINUE READING