The Chittering Valley will once again come alive this Spring with their annual Spring Festival. What started as a Wildflower festival has grown to incorporate some of the region’s favourite past times – art, history and wildflowers! There are many venues open over the 3 days to showcase beautiful bouquets by talented locals, art exhibitions, historic venues, market stalls, workshops, photography, wildflower tours, wildflower specimen display, tour of native plant nursery, quilts and crafts, historic vehicles and even a scrumptious high tea!
Venues that will be open include:
Bindoon Town Hall – wildflowers, Art Exhibition by Billie Peka, Jan Pittman and WA Historic Society, Workshops by Morris Jacobs and Eco Gecko (details through Eventbrite), Photography by Swan Valley Camera Club,
Kitchenalia display and Wildflower Book display and the Bindoon Garden Club Café serving lunch and Devonshire Teas. Outside there will be woodturning by Tony Collins, the Chittering Wildlife Carers, Wool Spinning and the opportunity to purchase beautiful flowers from Plantation Wildflowers.
Friday – Seniors Picnic Lunch,
Saturday – Bindoon Farmers Market and
Sunday – Historic Vehicle Day
Chinkabee Sporting Complex – Historic Art Society Photography and Art Exhibition.
Brockman Centre – Bindoon Arts & Crafts Quilting Display and the Bindoon MuseumLandcare – Landcare Wildflower Specimen Display and Expo (13th – 15th September)
Muchea Tree Farm – Plant Sale and Tours of Native Nursery
Holy Trinity Church – Bouquets of flowers, historic Church and Devonshire Teas.
Blackboy Ridge – Tours available on the Saturday and Sunday, details through Eventbrite
Enderslea Farm – the Chittering – Bindoon CWA will be hosting a Spring High Tea In the Valley on Saturday 15th September 2pm – 4pm.
For further information on any of these events or venues, please contact the Chittering Visitor Centre on 9576 1100 or visit the website www.visitchittering.com.au