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September TBC
York Town Hall
81 Avon Tce, York
10am – 4.30pm

Entry

Early Bird Online (closes 31/8/17)
Day Pass $12pp
Family Day Pass $36
Concession $7

At Gate
Day Pass $15pp
Family Day Pass $45 (2 adults & 2 children over 12yrs)
Student/Concession Day Pass $10pp

Entry for children under 12 years is free.

Wheelchair access
Free parking

 

About The York Festival

The York Festival (formerly The York Bzzaar) is back in 2016.

As the new name suggests – we’ve evolved.  As well as the fabulous artisan designed work visitors have come to expect, we have lined up vintage cars, children’s circus, sand sculptures, children’s archaeological digs and that’s just the beginning.  We do charge an entry fee (except for children under 12 years), this provides access to all areas with the exception of special ticketed events and adult workshops.

Our location, in the West Australian Wheatbelt informs the content of our program and we are proud to offer a diverse range of art experiences, such as the Hay Bale Challenge, that will connect with audiences from across the state and beyond.  Click to download The York Festival program.

Interested in being a stallholder?  If you make original, quality, handcrafted goods, we want to hear from you. Simply apply here. Keep up to date by signing up to our mailing list.

ABOUT YORK

The historic town of York is an easy 1 hour drive east of Perth, off the Great Southern Highway. York is a popular destination for weddings, special events, day visitors and weekend escapes. Settled in 1831, York is WA’s first in-land settlement and sits nestled in the beautiful Avon valley. It boasts many striking examples of grand early colonial architecture and excellent museums including the York Town Hall, the Residency Museum, the Courthouse Precinct, the York Motor Museum, Tipperary School and the Sandalwood Yards.