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Moocooboola: Hunters Hill Festival


Sun 5 Aug 2012, 9:30am–4:30pm

Where: Boronia Park, Princes Street, Hunters Hill, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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The annual Hunters Hill community festival Moocooboola is held on the first Sunday in August at Boronia Park, Hunters Hill. Moocooboola Festival is a wonderful community and family day that has plenty to see and do.

Market Bazzar: is packed with a wonderful selection of craft, community information, designer clothing and jewellery, art, plants, antiques, bric a brac and much more across over 150 stalls;

Food & Wine: Head to the Hunters Hill Hotel Tent for some beer and wine; and kick back and enjoy the entertainment with some great food such as Tapas, Mediterranean, Gozleme, Malaysian, Wood Fire Pizza, Cuban Creole, Quesadilla, Mayaan Coffee, Organic juices, twisted potatoes on a stick and more.

Entertainment: A fantastic array of music and performance will keep you entertained. Some of the acts on the bill will be:

- The Lounge Bar Lotharios - 1920s Great Gatsby 11 piece Dance Orchestra is steeped in the traditions of 1920s jazz and dance music and sure to get your swing on.
- Judy Bailey’s Jazz Connection - These young jazz musicians are drawn from throughout the Sydney region, most attending the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Judy Bailey's Jazz Connection performs regularly at various Jazz Festivals (Manly, Darling Harbour, etc)
- Amanda Thomas - Singer, songwriter and guitarist, Amanda Thomas is a breath of fresh musical talent and an artist not afraid of baring her soul for the sake of credible story telling.
- The Wheeze and Suck Band - a five piece group featuring guitars, mandolins, fiddle, melodeons, percussion and vocals, performing an exciting mix of traditional, contemporary and original 'roots' music. These costumed 'mad hatters' sing rousing sounds and soulful ballads in exquisite four part harmony and play high energy instrumental dance tuns which can often lead to audience participation and revelry.
- Other acts: SNUGS – Ukulele Band, Bridge City Jazz Band, Jenan’s School of Dance, Polynesian Pearls, Plan B, Avenue D, Younger Hearts Band, Dance Inc., Gaston, Rhapsody Studios, Great South Band, HHPS Recorder Ensemble and Choir, Tai Chi display and more!

Kids’ Stuff: The is plenty to keep the younger set entertained with free Animal Farm, Circus Playground, jumping castles, ponies, bungees, half a football field full of all-day rides and more.

There is of course the fabulous dog show at 11am on the lower oval. Win prizes for the best owner look alike, best trick and Dog of the Year - Coordinated by Gladesville Veterinary Hospital.

One of the long lasting traditions of this festival is The Grand Parade at 9.30am listen out for the procession as it makes its way to the Festival with all the colour, fun and excitement of the fair.

Moocooboola Is Green: You will find at the Festival a variety of environment information stalls, such as the Climate Clever Shop, Oz Harvest, Aquarius Watermaster and Two Hands. There will free craft workshops for the kids from Reverse Garbage. Bring your water bottle for free chilled water top-ups from Watervend. Jay Huxley from MasterChef Australia will be doing cooking demonstrations, where you will find out about the New South Wales Government Love Food Hate Waste program.

Moocooboola Festival over the years has looked to be an environmentally aware event and Hunter’s Hill Council aims to reduce its impact through several strategies. This year festival-goers are asked if they can to bring their handy picnic set so that plates and utensils are reused. “We have even had made some very limited addition Moocooboola picnic back packs that you can purchase on the day” says Angela Dunnett Resource and Waste Management Officer of Council.

Hunter’s Hill Council Community Hub will be located on the top oval and full of local information, plant giveaways, and learn about the compost revolution and more.

See the official website for your complete festival guide, maps, prizes and more.