Saturday 31st August to Sunday 15th September 2019
The Festival has been running since 2008 and is staged on behalf of the Communities of the Yarramalong Valley by Yarramalong Valley Community Incorporated. We have recently gained direct support of Central Coast Council for this important community event.
The Festival is designed to bring the Community together and introduce the magnificent hinterland of the NSW Central Coast to the general public, while at the same time, providing the various community groups within the Valley the opportunity to raise funds for their cause.
Everybody is welcome to come and join in the fun of the various events, whether it be entering a Scarecrow in the competition or simply enjoying a pleasant drive through the Valley to view the fantastic Scarecrows entered by others.
Saturday 31 August sees the start of the Festivals Scarecrow Competition. Running until Sunday 15th September, this event has proved to be very popular over the years, with visitors coming from far and wide to view many imaginative, clever and amusing Scarecrows throughout the Yarramalong Valley.
The grand finale of the Festival will be the Yarramalong Valley Spring Show which opens its gates at 9.00am on Sunday 15th September. Now upgraded to an Agricultural Show and part of the part of the Wyong Shire Agricultural Show, this event will include a number of attractions synonymous with agricultural shows, such as a Wood Chopping competition, an Animal Farm Nursery, Art Competition. Others attractions will include a variety of Variety Market and Food Stalls, a BBQ, Camel rides, Blacksmith, milking display, fun games and activities and a free Jumping Castle for the kids and the hilarious Wife Carrying Competition. Live musical entertainment will be provided throughout the day headlined by the fabulous Jumpin’ Jukebox in the afternoon. ATM also on site.
The Wyong Shire Agricultural Show comprises of five event categories, which will be held at various venues. These categories include a Horse (HACK) Event at Morisset Showground, an Orchid Show at the Wyong Race Course, a Cake & Biscuit Baking Competition at Wyong Creek Hall and the Yarramalong Valley Spring Show at Jack Gear Reserve, Yarramalong.