Oatley Village Festival
For over 30 years the Oatley Village Festival has been one of the most popular community attractions in the St George area. Last year over 16,000 attended this popular community event. Some of the key attractions included our very own Elvis, plus Kogarah Council's Enviro character and Life Education's Happy Harold Giraffe.
Other regular attractions include the Harley Davidson Bike rides (St George Ulysses Bike Group), face painting, animal farm and the new 7D Interactive Cinema. Roving entertainment included the Hot Potato Jazz Band and the St George Scottish Pipe Band.
Festival Proceeds: Last year over $39,000 was raised in support of local community projects, such as 3 Bridges Youth Care Program, Chlldren's Cancer Research, State Emergency Service (Kogarah), Oatley Campus, St Josephs School Oatley and St John Ambulance (St George Division). For further details click here.
The Oatley Village festival will be held on Saturday 17 October 2015
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For security reasons stall bookings must be submitted within Australia - the Oatley Festival webpage will not accept applications from overseas countries.
Registered Stall holders ONLY - Applications open 1 July 2015
Priority bookings apply only to 2014 stall holders - that is, stall holders that traded at the festival last year.
Effective from 1 July stall holders that attended last year will receive a priority link to the online booking form. Select this link to apply for a stall site plus optional extras (ie stall hire and/or electrical power outlets).
General Bookings - Applications open 15 July 2015
Stall applications will be processed as received. This refers to stall holders that did NOT trade at the Oatley Festival last year.
Festival Photo Galleries 2014
Oatley Village Festival - Whats On
Come along and enjoy these festival attractions:
ENTERTAINMENT: Enjoy live stage entertainment of local dance groups, jazz and brass bands, belly dancers, fitness routines, rock and pop and local school bands.
Roving bands will include the popular St George Scottish Pipe Band, plus the Riverwood Squadron Drum Corp and the all time favourite Hot Potato Band!
HARLEY DAVIDSON BIKE RIDES: The roar of motor bikes have been a familiar sound from festival visitors for over 15 years. Rides are still $5. Proceeds will support Childrens Cancer Research.
LIONS TRASH AND TREASURE: Items to be colected will include books, kitchenware, crockery, toys, glassware and garden tools. Items that will NOT be accepted - clothes, shoes, furniture and electrical goods.
The FESTIVAL PHOTO COMPETITION will be held again, with lots of great prizes to be won. Click here for more details.