Spring has Sprung with Family Fun!
The Strathfield Spring Festival is Strathfield’s largest event attracting people from across the Inner West and wider Sydney for a fun filled day of carnival rides, entertainment, stalls, food, sports displays and more.
This year’s festival featured activities to celebrate the start of Spring including a number of green activities, free bike tune ups and an outdoor story time session run by Strathfield Library!
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HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2019
The Main Stage was all about the kids with an entertainment line-up featuring best-selling children’s music artist and author, Justine Clarke performing hit songs Gumtree Family, Watermelon and Song to Make You Smile.
The Garden was a popular feature of the Spring Festival with seedling planting activation, flower crown workshop and composting demos!
Council’s Sustainability were there hosting fun activities and a mini bin giveaway.
FREE bicycle tune up sessions were performed by Tune Cycles.
There was also be a virtual cycling demonstration where many gained experience riding on the world’s most famous tracks!
Our littlest residents were treated to a special story time with their favourite librarians in The Garden, with fun activities and prizes that were won!
|10.00am||Strathfield Symphony Orchestra|
|10.35am||Koomurri Indigenous Performance|
|10.50am||Wadaiko Rindo - Japanese Drumming|
|11.15am||Australian Chinese Community Association – Traditional Dance|
|11.25am||Strathfield Community Choir|
|11.45am||Australian Chinese Community Association – Traditional Dance|
|11.55pm||Shivam School of Dance|
|12.20pm||St Anne's Primary School Band|
|12.30pm||Ace P Freckle - clown show|
|1.45pm||Korean Drumming Group|
|2.10pm||Sydney Dance Rhythms|
|2.35pm||Drumbeats - African drumming|
|3.10pm||Dance from Within|
|3.30pm||Soran Odoritai - Traditional Japanese Dance|
|3.55pm||Circus Act and Workshop|
|4.55pm||Thank you and close|
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Strathfield Park is located between Chalmers Road and Homebush Road, Strathfield.
Hop on the Strathfield Connector! With two stops on Homebush Road right next to Strathfield Park, it’s the easiest way to get to the park. The first stop is near Augusta St and the second is near Gelling Avenue.
To view the Strathfield Connector red route, please click here.
Ditch the car and ride your bicycle to the Festival!
A parking rack will be available near the Tune Cycles stand, where you can also get a free tune up.
Strathfield Park is less than 1km from the Bay to Bay Cycleway. Please see the map for the detour from the Cycleway to the Park.
Strathfield Council will operate a free return shuttle bus on a continuous loop between Strathfield Station and Strathfield Park during the Spring Festival from 10am – 5pm. The bus will arrive approximately every 20 minutes at each location. No bookings or fares are required.
Pick up/drop-off locations:
- Strathfield Station – in the STA bus zone, 10am – 4.30pm
- Strathfield Park – Homebush Road, 10am – 5pm
Look for the Strathfield Spring Festival SHUTTLE BUS HERE signs.
Limited street parking is available in the streets surrounding Strathfield Park off Homebush Road, Chalmers Road, Gelling Avenue and Augusta Street.
Festival visitors are recommended to catch the train to Strathfield and utilise the express shuttle bus and locals to walk or ride to the park.
For more information on enhancing your business exposure by becoming a Spring Festival sponsor, contact the Strathfield Council Communications and Events Team:
Phone: 02 9748 9999