Your Spring Festival
Sunday 18th September 2022 from 9am to 4pm
The Spring Festival has been an integral part of the Georges River (formerly Hurstville) community since 1979 when it started at Gannons Park, Peakhurst as a small Education Week event.
It has developed into the largest festival in southern Sydney outside of the Royal Easter Show. In 2018, it was estimated to attract around 40,000 visitors with over 200 food, craft and variety stalls, two stages of entertainment and a plethora of carnival rides. Festival attractions include amusement rides for adults and children, camel rides, pony rides, kiddies train rides, animal farm and much more.
Entry to the show is free and ATMs are strategically located onsite.
Festival Entertainment Programme
The 2022 Spring Festival will have an entertainment programme catering for all ages. There will be two stages of entertainment as well as on-field entertainment. The programme can be downloaded by selecting the following link (coming soon):
Getting to the Show
There will be limited on-street parking at the show for the public, who are advised to seek public transport as parking spaces fill very quickly. The event organisers have arranged for community transport buses to transport patrons (free of charge) along specific routes. The community transport bus routes can be downloaded here (coming soon):
Classic Vehicle Show
Following many requests from our patrons, the Classic Vehicle Show is planned, again, to be a major part of the Festival.
Click Here to Register your Classic Vehicle.