Main Stage 11:00am – 5:00pm: The Music Industry, The Stokers, Suga Tree, Heidi Luckhurst, Andy Phillips & Cadillac Walk
11.00am – The Music industry | 12 noon – The Stokers | 1pm – Suga Tree | 2pm – Heidi Luckhurst | 4pm – Andy Phillips & Cadillac WalkView Details
Yellow Circus Tent
Circus Play throughout the day.
12.30pm: The Funky Monkeys Circus Duo | 2.00pm: Global Myths Storytelling | 4.00pm: Kazzam Magic showView Details
Tubby & Flapper the Fish:
Meet Tubby the Robot and his pet fish “Flapper” as they stroll throughout the festival site
Meet Tubby the Robot and his pet fish “Flapper” as they stroll throughout the festival site. Watch them manoeuvre through the crowd, which is tricky, coz fish don’t have legs! So Flapper travels in a water-filled fish mongers trolley.View Details
SES & CFA Vehicles and Education Information
Bring your soft drink can to the SES site and with the help of the VIC SES crew, crush them with the Jaws of Life. Hourly activity.View Details
Main Stage between 11am and 5pm.
"Spiff Daddy" the man with the moves, he walks the walk & talks the talk! Enjoy the antics and juggling skills of Spiff Daddy a man of many talents (juggling, unicycling and tango dancing among them) but his chief gift is his ability to make you smile.View Details
Kites for Kids with Jo Baker
$7 Kite Making under marquee
Kids can learn to craft their own kites, and watch them take to the sky in a display of creativity and imagination.
Even today kites retain a fascination and the ability to build a good kite is a skill that is prized by many, yet seemingly possessed by few. Making a kite requires a combination of several skills. These skills are relatively easy to acquire, and can lead to many hours of enjoyment.
Wittingslow Amusements Activity Rides
Adrenalin pumping rides, unforgettable family fun
Step right up, strap yourself in and say wheeeeeee
Animal Farm Rain Hayne and Shine
Rain Hayne & Shine mobile farm offers ‘hands on’ experiences with a large variety of friendly farm animals.
Children love to feed and cuddle the animals.
Animals included in the Mobile Farm are a calf, goat kids, lamb/sheep, piglet, rabbits, guinea pigs, hens, ducks, turkey, goose, pet rats and a tortoise (in the warmer months)
Simply head and shoulders above the rest.
The performers who operate the tall stars are actors and comedians, so as well as looking terrific, they are able to engage the audience with witty repartee’.
At eight feet tall they are sure to get everyone’s attention!
Spukes Ukulele Group
Near the stage
Float away to the strumming of ukuleles by a talented community based ukulele group.View Details