Riverfest is a sustainability festival which is held in Campbelltown on the last Saturday in August each year.
This festival is all about empowering the local community to live sustainably with information and guidance on how to achieve practical change.
You will find plenty of stalls and activities at the festival as well as entertainment. There will be three live stages with professional bands, school groups, community groups and indigenous groups entertaining the crowds all through the festival. There will also be workshops, informative presentations, reptile encounters, art spaces and community stalls which will sell fair trade products for you to purchase. You will also be able to try a huge range of street food from the trucks on site, as well as purchase food that has been locally made or grown.
Get some tips on sustainable gardening at one of the many interactive workshops or sit down and enjoy some live entertainment with cultural performances and live music. There will also be installations aimed at educating users about rubbish and recycling as well as new and upcoming inventions to further develop sustainable living practices.
Bring the kids to Riverfest, as Koshigaya Park is also home to an amazing playground with swings, slides as well as plenty of open space. There are bicycle paths and undercover picnic tables if you want to enjoy a BBQ.
If driving to Riverfest, access to the car park near Koshigaya Park is off Camden Road. If coming by public transport, there is a bus stop next to the park on Hurley Street.