Grenfell, NSW – 11 April 2019

Grenfell is a historic town in the Central West of NSW, it has a rich heritage of gold, bushrangers and poetry. Known for its gold mining in the 1860s, birthplace to poet Henry Lawson and was home in the 1860s to one of the most well known bushrangers in Australia Ben Hall. Grenfell lies between the NSW towns of Cowra, Young and Forbes, the picturesque Weddin Mountains National Park forms its back drop and it is surrounded by canola, sheep and cattle farms. Grenfell plays host to many events annually, major attractions are the Henry Lawson Festival, Grenfell Show, Weddin Mountain Muster, Grenfell Picnic Races, Guinea Pig Races, Grenfell Gold Fest, Tour de Greenethorpe and Caragabal Sheep Races.

Population: 2513

Simpson Pavilion in Grenfell stands on land traditionally owed by the Wiradjuri people.

Festival of Small Halls rolls into Grenfell on Thursday, 11 April 2019 with award-winning Canandian trio The Once and Australia’s John Flanagan.

Tickets available online here

Woodstock, NSW – 12 April 2019

The Central West N.S.W. village of Woodstock has a population of 200 with a further 500 people living in the rich farming district surrounds.  Our Woodstock Soldiers Memorial Hall was built in 1924 and is the venue for our Festival. We aim to showcase our Hall & village as well as the farming community’s produce, … Read more

Dalgety, NSW – 13 April 2019

The historic village of Dalgety, on the banks of the Snowy River, is the only town left on the Snowy River in NSW. After the Snowy Hydro Electric Scheme was built in the 1950’s, the old towns of Jindabyne and Adaminaby were flooded. In 1902 Dalgety was gazetted as the site for the National Capital. … Read more

Lacmalac, NSW – 14 April 2019

Lamalac Hall

Lacmalac Soldiers Memorial Hall was built in 1927 in memory of the soldiers lost in the first World War. In the early days it hosted many bush dances and was always a meeting place for locals and visitors. In more recent years a small hard working committee and locals have worked hard to facilitate many … Read more

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