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Stringybark Festival

By Belinda McGuire

Come and join the team at Ray White Rowville on the 14th & 15th October at Rowville’s Stringybark Festival.

Time: Open from 10am – 5pm both days
Address: Rowville Community Centre, 40 Fulham Rd, Rowville.

The Stringybark Festival focuses on ways to inform and empower the local community to make achievable changes in their daily lives that contribute to a more sustainable way of living. This year we’ve hit the refresh button on all things sustainable! Stringybark is where you come to Make – Do – Play – Connect, its where you go to unleash the ‘maker’, ‘mover’ and ‘shaker’ within.

Cost of entry

Adult $5
Children $2.50
Concession $4
Family $12

Free entry applies to:

  • Seniors Card holder (card to be presented upon entry) – as part of Knox Seniors Festival
  • Community Bus users (token must be presented upon entry)
  • Bike Riders (bike parking is available at the Fulham Rd entry)

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