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Walcha Mountain Festival

Langford House tours at Walcha Mountain Festival
Beautifully restored vintage cars are a highlight at Langford on Sunday.
Market stalls
Walcha Mountain Festival
Vintage Cars at Walcha Mountain Festival
Remote controlled model ships on the Langford lake
Tours of historic Langford Homestead

Walcha Mountain Festival

14598 Thunderbolts Way, Walcha, New South Wales 2354

(02) 6774 2460

council@walcha.nsw.gov.au

http://www.walchamountainfestival.org

Enjoy the fabulous Walcha Mountain Festival and all it has to offer. There is something for everyone. Saturday activities are run in conjunction with the Walcha Farmers' Market and Trash n' Treasure Market in the lovely Walcha township. Participate in the 56 or 75-kilometre PKF Walcha Road Ride cycle challenges or watch the Billy Cart Derby. The popular Quilt Exhibition runs over both days in the Langford woolshed. Sunday festivities are held in the picturesque grounds of historic Langford House, one kilometre south of Walcha on Thunderbolts Way. It provides a fantastic day out with quality market stalls, great food, wool fashion parades, live entertainment, tours of historic Langford House, free kids activities and the Langford Bar serving local craft beers and boutique wines. Vintage cars, motorcycles and engines are on display as well as model ships on the Langford lake. The quilt exhibition in the lovely Langford Woolshed is a must-see. There are great raffle prizes to be won, with proceeds to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service . Further details on the website.

Facilities found here

Bar, Cafe, Carpark, Coach Parking, Family Friendly, Kiosk, Pet Friendly - Enquire, Public Toilet, Shop / Gift Shop,

Accessibility Information

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.,

Dates

Sunday 16th of October 2022 09:00 - 15:00

Unconfirmed Event

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.