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Granny Smith Carnival

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN

Registrations for the Stallholder Application Form and Performer Application Form are now open. Click on the links below to register. 

Submissions close Sunday 22 August 2021Both successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their submission after the closing date.

Please note: Due to the changed format of the event which will see the event take place over 3 days, only food trucks who are able to stay onsite for the full 3 days are able to apply as a stallholder. 

Food Truck Application    Performer Application

Save the Date | 15 - 17 October 2021

Join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Maria Ann ‘Granny’ Smith later this year with a three-day carnival full of fun and exciting activities.

The Granny Smith Carnival (as it will be known in 2021) will take place at Eastwood Oval in the traditional timeslot of the third weekend in October (15 - 17 October).

The carnival will feature kids rides galore and there will also be a large stage showcasing a mixture of traditional Granny Smith entertainment such as community performances and dance groups, along with kids’ shows and professional entertainers.

Food trucks will also be on hand to serve up some carnival favourites, while the popular Cider Bar will make a return for the adults.

Also included will be roving entertainment, carnival games and showbags. There will of course be Granny Smith apples, apple pies and a special appearance from Mrs Granny Smith herself and her sidekick Sweetie Pie.

Each session of the Granny Smith Carnival will be ticketed and the site will be completely fenced to create a COVID-safe event. This format will spread out the expected crowd over the three days. Unfortunately, there will be no street parade or street stalls at this year’s event.

Tickets for the Granny Smith Carnival will go on sale in early September. More ticketing information will be available soon.

Event times will also be updated closer to the date. 

Last updated on 23 July 2021