Caldwell is home to abundant community markets, fine wineries and beautiful walking trails.

The surrounding areas boast artist studios and niche businesses offering delicious delights such as meads, avocados, wine, honey, olives and citrus fruits as well as river cruises.

Visit the Wolseley monument while in town, Frederick Wolseley was an inventor and woolgrower who invented and developed the first commercially successful sheep shearing machinery which revolutionised the wool industry.

On the 24th of March, Festival of Small Halls will visit Caldwell with award-winning Canadian trio The Once and Australia’s John Flanagan

Tickets available online here 

Full Admission – $25
Child (14 and Under) – Free

Doors Open at 6.30pm

Festival of Small Halls Caldwell will be supported by local act Michael Hearn

Mike Hearn of the band pink wool press  released his debut EP ‘Clumsy’ in July of 2018 and has since followed up with the vibrant single ‘I really hate to bring it up again’.
Mike captures the rural nostalgia of his homeland on the Murray River in Moama, NSW, through rich arrangements, lively rhythms and earnest songwriting. Expect a healthy serve of engaging original music from a genuine Australian musical presence, telling tales of realisations that hit the hardest as a young adult.