This event is for the whole family to enjoy and dogs are welcome. Please ensure that your dog is on leash and that you have brought adequate provisions to feed, water and clean up after them.
Please note that dogs are not permitted within the library, with the exception of service dogs.
Maps and programs will be made available online to download. There will also be a limited number of programs and maps available from Council’s information tent.
First Aid is available on site throughout the course of the event.
ID wrist bands will be available at the Information Tent, where parents can write their name and phone number and attach the band to the child. A Lost Children Point will be set up next to the Information tent. If you lose your child please contact Event staff at Information Tent or moving around the site. Staff will be identifiable in high-vis vests.
No, there are no ATMs available and we recommend bringing cash for food and drink purchases.
A ‘lost property’ point will be located at Council’s information tent.
Toilet, accessible toilet and change facilities are located within the Avondale Heights Library and Learning Centre.
We aim to make all festival events fun and accessible for everyone.
Accessible bathrooms and wheelchair access provisions will be available at all festival events.
To discuss your access requirements with a member of staff, please contact 9243 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As this is an outdoor event please be aware of the weather and bring sun protection or wet weather gear.
While water will be available on site for purchase, we ask our festival attendees to be mindful of the environment and bring their own water bottle that can be filled at the events hydration station.
A cancellation procedure will be in effect in the event of adverse weather conditions. Announcements regarding any event cancellations will be made in advance of the event’s commencement on the Festival website and Council’s after hours and social media channels.