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Bargain hunters won’t be disappointed with the treats and treasures to be found at the 280 street stalls including plants, paintings, furniture, books, bags, jewellery and much more! Food stalls with delicious and diverse foods to suit every member of the family will be consumed with gusto. Munch on an apple pie or gobble up a gozleme. There’ll be fruit frappes, satay sticks, noodles, nuts, stir-fries and sizzling sausages – plus fairy floss and toffee apples.
If you plan on snapping up a bargain or two, make sure you bring your own reusable bags!
The Festival Information Stall
The Festival Information Stall has all the info you need to plan your day! Located on Hillview Road, friendly volunteers will provide you with Festival directions and program information.
You can also slip-slop-slap with complimentary sunscreen and receive your free Festival sun visor and #WeLoveGSF temporary tattoo.
There are delicious apple inspired recipe cards and fun and games, so be sure to pop by and say hello to Granny Smith and ‘Sweetie Pie’ the Festival Mascot.
City of Ryde Stall
Visit the City of Ryde stall on Rowe Street near the Trelawney Street stage.
Find out how to win one of three Surf Ryder experiences for you and two friends at the Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre stand, tell us what you love about Ryde on the My Ryde community blackboard, see some magic tricks at the Library tables, get your free safety wallet cards and sign the Eastwood anti-littering pledge to receive a free reusable car rubbish bag! You'll also find the Habitat Network, Bushcare and Sustainability displays and more suprises on the day.
Complete Stall List
View the complete Stall list. For more information on stalls, activities and how to find them on the day, drop by the Festival Information Stall on Hillview Rd at the oval.
Page Last Updated: 17 October 2014