Enjoy non-stop live stage entertainment from local dance groups, jazz and brass bands, belly dancers, fitness groups, rock and pop bands and local school bands.
To add to the fun, roving bands will include the St George Scottish Pipe Band, plus the Riverwood Squadron Drum Corp and a variety of buskers.
TRASH AND TREASURE
Trash and Teasure Team on the recent Collection Day Trash and Treasure on Festival Day last year
One of the most popular festival attractions is the Lions Trash and Treasure. Items for sale include second hand books, jewellery, crockery, cutlery, electrical goods, CDs, DVDs plus vinyl records, tools, toys and lots, lots more.
"Pre-Festival" Drop-off dates for donated goods are as follows:
Saturday 14 October 10.00am - 2.00pm
Location Site: Deliver your unwanted treasures to the collection site next to The Avenue Cafe, Oatley Avenue (opposite Oatley Memorial Gardens).
*** Do not leave items at the site outside these times. ***
QUILT AND CRAFT CORNER
An exciting new attraction will be the Quilt Exhibition hosted by the The Oatley Cottage. Quality quilts will be on display in the Oatley Uniting Church Hall in Frederick Street Oatley, located near the corner of Letitia Street Oatley.
2018 OATLEY CALENDAR LAUNCH
The popular Oatley Calendar are photos taken through their recent photo competition of local landmarks and attractions. The calendar will be officially launched at the Oatley Festival. The calendar will be available at various sites, including the Lions Information Stand and the Oatley Flora and Fauna stall (south park) sites. Copies will also be available at Mullanes Pharmacy (Oatley West) and the The Adventure Shop (Oatley)
The south end of the Oatley Memorial Gardens is the place to be for fun and adventure. Amusement rides, pony rides, face painting and animal farm are all popular attractions each year. The 7D cinema and fun showbags. Check the Harley Rides too....just listen for the famous Harley sounds.
FESTIVAL TRANSPORT OPTIONS
Visitors are encouraged to leave the car at home - walk, cycle or use public transport. Local residents may wish to hop on the Festival Courtesy bus ... it's FREE. To arrange a bus pick-up, contact Jubilee Community Service Ph 9579 6322 during office hours (9am-4.30pm) prior to the festival date.
Off-street parking will be available on festival day for $5 at the Georges River College (Oatley Senior Campus). Entrance is at the corner of Oatley Avenue and Hurstville Road Oatley. Volunteer staff, entertainment groups and stall holders are all exempt from the parking fee if parked before 8.30am.