The Engadine Street Festival is an annual community event that takes place during August in Engadine, New South Wales. The full-day festival is filled with family activities that are made affordable, such as entertainment, market stalls, face painting, and carnival rides. Families of all ages are welcome to attend as there will be over 40 vendors plus community, cultural, and artistic exhibitions.
The festival also features performances by talented local artists. Past performers include the Engadine Musical Society, Yarrawarrah Public School, Heathcote East Public School, Engadine High School Band, Engadine Dance Academy, Shire Concert Band, and the Joanne Williamson Dance Academy. Roving performers will be passing through Station Street and nearby areas.
The festivities take place around the Engadine Town Square, along Old Princes Highway and Station Street. Attendees should take note of road closures during the festival, which usually affects the Old Princes Highway, and between Old Princes Highway and 42 Station Street and 64 Station Street. Designated detour routes will be planned accordingly. Entrance is free for all.