City of Whittlesea Community Festival

City of Whittlesea Community Festival

Re-imagined and relocated, 2018 Community Festival will celebrate everything that makes our city great!

Event details

Terrace Lawns, Civic Centre 25 Ferres Boulevard South Morang
Events Team
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City of Whittlesea Community Festival

Terrace Lawns, Civic Centre 25 Ferres Boulevard South Morang


This year at the festival…


Everything for the young and young at heart! Have a boogie at the disco or stretch your limbs in a guided storytelling yoga session. Fly high on the Ruccis Circus sky rig or sit down in the Woodstock Theatre and enjoy Sticks Stones Broken Bones theatre show. Kids can even crawl inside a giant farting caravan!

LISTEN The Harmony Stage celebrates the diversity that defines the City of Whittlesea and the talent that exists in our community. This stage will feature music from some of our community’s most talented groups and get you moving with a series of curated dance workshops. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!


Foooood glorious food! All your culinary needs are taken care of with a mix of delectable local producers and some of Melbourne’s most delicious food trucks


Step inside the Plenty Ranges Arts Centre and witness all that is made locally, from bee hotels for your backyard all the way through to the latest in robotics and augmented reality from Melbourne Polytechnic. This hands on space is all about learning something new, whether it’s the cutting edge of technology or a timeless craft.


Get out, get up and get active! Vault through a Parkour course, test your aim with Archery Attack and try your skills at soccer, AFL, baseball, taekwondo, walking football, zumba… you can even learn the secrets to dancing like a bee!


Getting to the festival

  • Festival site located just 500m from South Morang train station!
  • Ride your bicycle and get a free tune up from Good Cycles!
  • Car parking details will be available closer to the event.

The festival is sponsored by AVJennings Lyndarum North with support from Melbourne Polytechnic, Slater & Gordon and Leader Community Newspapers.

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