The 2017 Brown Hill Community Festival on Friday 27 October, 5.00-7.30pm was a great success. Here is a link to the Festival Report.
The 2018 Brown Hill Community Festival will be held on Friday 26 OCtober 2018 at the Brown Hill Recreation Reserve, Humffray Street North. Stay up to date by following the 'Brown Hill Community Festival' on Facebook.
You can download the 2017 Festival Poster (PDF 378 kB).
Hear a VoiceFM interview about the Festival on Monday 23 October with Sarah Greenwood-Smith from the Festival Committee (18 minutes).
Local community groups will come together to offer a sausage sizzle, pancakes and cold drinks, each for a gold coin donation. Entertainment will include performances from students at Brown Hill Kindergarten, Caledonian Primary School and Woodman's Hill, a campus of Ballarat Secondary College. Family friendly activities such as face-painting and jumping castles will put smiles on lots of faces.
In addition to information stands with information from many Brown Hill Community Groups, the City of Ballarat will have a display about the new 'Brown Hill Local Area Plan' and 'Brown Hill Walking Maps' projects. This will be one of many opportunities to have your say.
- Jumping castles and face painter (gold coin donation)
- Ballarat CFA Fire Truck (weather permitting)
- Performances by Ballarat Highland Dancers and Federation University Pipe Band
- Demonstrations by South East Australian Taekwondo
- Local Community Group displays: FireAware, Ballarat Wholefoods Collective and others
- 'My Brown Hill' Image Competition display
So save the date to make sure you can join our community for this award-winning event, celebrating all that we love about Brown Hill.
'My Brown Hill' image competitionFind out more on the 'My Brown Hill' Image Competition page.
21 September 2017: Weather permitting, we will have a CFA truck, two jumping castles and a face painter again this year!
21 February 2017: We are excited to announce that the Brown Hill Partnership has allocated $1995.40 to fund the 2017 Brown Hill Community Festival. Save the date: 5-7:30pm, Friday 27 October, 2017.