Festival Hoopla

Burwood festival 2014 –
Sunday 21st September

A community festival held in a beautiful park works like kryptonite against the hustle and bustle of Inner Sydney. Celebrating its 30th birthday, Burwood Festival has gotten so good at chucking a party some might say it even has superpowers of its own…

Adopting a vibrant superhero theme, Burwood Festival 2014 is set to be the Inner West’s largest superhero party yet. So don’t forget to grab a cape and mask-up before heading down to Burwood Park for their annual fair on Sunday 21st September.

Patrick Bosen will be performing

All your favourite superheroes will be there, including the Marvel Avengers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. You can even get up close to the Batmobile and create your own alter-ego, costume and gadgets at Burwood Festival’s Superhero Workshop.

For those who prefer the thrill of star power over superpowers, the main stage will be a hive of activity headlined by teen heart-throbs, The Collective and Patrik Bosen.

With an array of dizzying rides, cute animals to meet and award-winning food stalls to sample, Burwood Festival is sure to delight every kind of Inner Westie. Testament to Burwood’s rainbow of diverse cultural communities, there will be treats to try from all over the world, and goodie bags to give to the kids.

For the 23rd year running, Burwood Festival will be host to the famous Classic Car Show displaying drool-worthy vintage cars from collectors across Australia.



Message from the Mayor

Welcome to the 2014 Burwood Festival!

burwood-fest-mayorThe Burwood Festival is the largest free community event in Sydney’s Inner West, with something for the whole family to come and enjoy.

Please join us in Burwood Park as we come together to celebrate our area’s rich culture and diversity, and bring in the start of Spring for the year.

Burwood Mayor John Faker



catch Miss Joelle at the festival
Catch Miss Joelle at the festival

Festival Highlights

Grooving Tunes

Catch local superstar Mis Joelle and Patrik Bosen sing their own original music live, after their succesful X-Factor debuts. The Collective boys will also be there!

Kids Korner

For the young’uns and the young at heart, Kids Korner is the place to be! Work on your hoola hopping with Shiho Sparkle Hooper, get your face painted and go on a pony ride. Check out the Superhero Workshop where you can make your own shield and mask.

Hero HQ

Now you’ve worked on your lycra looks, you are prepared to meet your favourite heroes. Get a photo with Iron Man, Spiderman, Elsa and Annie from Frozen.

Dress-up Competition

The best dressed festival-goers will win a VIP party for 10 people to watch any movie of their choice, with a double movie pass each for eight lucky runners up. For the best chances to win, start working on your costumed now!



How to get there

Burwood Festival is easily accessible by public transport, so leave the car at home and catch the bus or train for a great day out.

Sydney Trains has regular services stopping at Burwood Station and buses stop on Burwood Road, near the Festival entrance. Bus Routes 400, 407, 408, 409, 415, 418, 458, 462, 464, 466, 492, 499 and 525 will all get you to the Festival.

If you’re travelling with the family, find out about traveling with the Family Funday Sunday Ticket. The Festival is just 12 minutes from Central Station and 15 minutes from Parramatta.

For more information and to plan your trip visit www.131500.info or phone 131 500.

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