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Monday 18th February 2019

Summersault Festival 2019

The sun was shining at Summersault festival, with the local community crowding the Caroline Springs Recreation Reserve for the family-friendly event. The festival kicked off with carnival rides and Food Trucks offering a wide variety of flavours for attendees to try.

Over 80 boutique market stalls were included in the Twilight Market Village, selling everything from designer fashion and kids items through to woodcrafts, ceramics, candles and much more.

 

The Woodlea marquee opened to the public at 4 pm and was quickly buzzing with families. There was a variety of activities, both creative and sport-inspired, that kept kids occupied for hours.

 

Children were able to construct their own town centres with lego, put their creative hat on with dedicated arts and crafts activities, or partake in activities inspired by Run For Kids 2019.

 

Parents kicked back in the pop-up Italian inspired cafe, which featured a gourmet menu offering a taste of what's to come in the Woodlea Town Centre.

 

Come nighttime, the marquee was converted to a VIP zone for Woodlea residents, providing them with a bean-bag chill-out zone to unwind from the day’s activities while trying their hand at winning a free movie pass from ‘spin the wheel’.

 

The community enjoyed free dinner and drinks, including an array of cheese platters, salads, chicken and dessert, while scoring front row seats to the main stage where International acts Kingswood and Potbelleez headlined the evening show, bringing the whole festival to their feet.

 

Closing the event was the breathtaking firework display, with the impressive finale drawing yet another incredible Summersault festival to a close.


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