TIME TO BE A HERO!
The Spring Festival is back in 2018 with special guests PJ MASKS!
Strathfield’s largest event attracting over 20,000 people from across the Inner West and wider Sydney, will be held on Saturday 1 September 2018.
Join us for a fun filled day of carnival rides, headline entertainment, stalls, food, sports displays and more. It’s the perfect way to welcome the warm weather and celebrate Father’s Day!
Stallholder applications are now open! Please see the application forms below.
Scheduling details will be announced as they become available.
Strathfield Spring Festival: Saturday 1 September 2018, 10am – 5pm, Strathfield Park.
Stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates on all Strathfield Council events.
Stall Holder Applications are now OPEN!
PJ Masks are on their way, into the night to save the day!
PJ Masks follows the adventures of Connor, Amaya and Greg as they transform into their superhero alter egos, Catboy, Owlette and Gekko! The TV series has been on air on Disney Junior since April 2016 and has become a leading favourite for pre-schoolers!
The masked crusaders will be live on stage at the Spring Festival and available for special meet and greet following the show.
A second headliner will be announced – who could it be??
Stay tuned to find out!
Sean Murphy is no stranger to crafting tasty comedy that educates and entertains as he has rocked stages from Sydney to Scotland. Some notable performances under his belt include being part of “Kid’s Party Confidential” which toured to the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, New Zealand and Singapore; ongoing presenter and performer at children’s events at the Sydney Opera House and is scheduled to undertake a 2 year world tour of “Ghost Jam” with leading musician Sophie Unsen.
Sean Murphy will delight children throughout the day at the Spring Festival, as well as hosting the Main Stage as MC.
Showcasing Australia’s top Freestyle Trial Riders, Flair’s Show is a dynamic performance displaying Trial motorcycles and bicycles being pushed to their limits. Performing every weekend and training throughout the week keeps Flair’s riders at their peak and has the crowd on the edge of their seats at each show, as they watch the riders pull off some of the biggest tricks ever attempted on trial motorcycles.
Stunts such as 180s, 360s, transfers, stalls and even backflips are performed just metres from the crowd, making it by far the top Freestyle Trial Show in Australia.
Flair Action Sports have performed at “Australia’s Got Talent”, Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix, Melbourne Formula 1 Grand Prix, Monster Jam (USA) and the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
|10.00am||Strathfield Symphony Orchestra|
|10.35am||Koomurri Indigenous Performance|
|10.50am||Dance @ Nikki Webster|
|11.10am||Sean Murphy Kids Party Confidential|
|11.25am||Lah-LahÕs Big Live Band|
|12.10am||Rhythm Connect - African Drumming|
|2.10pm||Sa-Mool-No-Ri Team Ð Korean Dance Team|
|2.40pm||Australian Chinese Community Association Ð Traditional Dance|
|2.50pm||Shivam School of Dance|
|3.00pm||Australian Chinese Community Association Ð Traditional Dance|
|3.40pm||Sydney Dance Rhythms|
|4.05pm||Razia Sultana Ð Traditional Indian Singing|
|4.25pm||Sean Murphy Kids Party Confidential|
|5.00pm||Thank you and close|
|11.30am||KangÕs Tae Kwon Do Demonstration Group|
|11.55am||Sydney Dance Rhythms Ð Zumba|
|12.30pm||SongMinSun Ð Korean Drumming Team|
|12.55pm||From Within Performing Arts Academy|
|1.15pm||Dauntless MC Demonstration and Workshop|
|3.00pm||Bollyfit Dance Studio|
|3.45pm||Hapkido College of Australia|
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Strathfield Park is located on Homebush Road and Chalmers Road, Strathfield.
The nearest train station is Strathfield and Homebush. Buses operate along Homebush Road (Route 483), Liverpool Road (M90) and the surrounding areas (407).
For detailed public transport options, visit www.131500.com.au and find the easiest method of travel.
Strathfield Council will operate a free return shuttle bus on a continuous route between Strathfield Station and Strathfield Park during the Spring Festival from 10am – 5pm. The bus will arrive approximately every 20minutes at each location. No bookings or fees 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.
Free street parking is available in the streets surrounding Strathfield Park off Homebush and Chalmers Roads.
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.
If you are considering riding to Strathfield Park – a bicycle parking rack will be provided to secure your bike.
Strathfield Park is less than 1km from the Bay to Bay Cycleway which can be accessed from North Strathfield or various places along the Cooks River to Botany Bay.
For more information on becoming a Spring Festival sponsor to enhance your business exposure, contact the Strathfield Council Communications Department:
Phone: 02 9748 9999