Griffith Spring Fest

Griffith NSW 2680

Griffith Spring Fest

13 - 26 October 2019 Griffith Spring Fest is a fantastic two weeks of festivities and celebrations in the great outdoors. Admire the 70 wonderful citrus sculptures, explore open gardens, enjoy long lunches and party with the locals at the street launch party with live music, local wine, craft beer and food stalls.

Celebrate spring and the great outdoors at the Griffith Spring Fest - a fantastic fortnight of festivities in the heart of orange, wine and almond country. 

Six or so beautiful gardens will be open the middle weekend of the festival. Attend a workshop or walk and talk with the garden owners – a sure way to go home with some inspiration!  The open gardens are located in and around Griffith and include pretty town plots to large rambling farm gardens, with orchards, walks and water features. Many of the gardens offer a pop-up café – so stop and relax with a cup of tea and country baked scone, or relax under a shady tree with lunch.

The flagship event of the festival is the Real Juice Company Citrus Sculptures. More than seventy sculptures line the main street for two weeks and include a reclining chook, grand piano and talking robot. Created using 100,000 oranges and an army of 700 volunteers, the sculptures are a testament to the local community spirit. Join in the celebration of the sculptures at the launch party, with live music, local wine, beer and cider, a paella station and other delicious fare.

If you prefer to join a tour – book a seat on the daily garden bus with a friendly local driver. It’s a great day out with like-minded people (more details to come).

Visit Griffith during spring, enjoy the open gardens, citrus sculptures, multicultural celebrations and the local food and wine.   


Events include:

  • Garden Tour Bus 
  • Open Gardens
  • Festival Launch
  • Griffith Citrus Sculptures
  • Garden Walk and Talks

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About Griffith Spring Fest

About Griffith Spring Fest

1 Jondaryan Avenue, Griffith NSW 2680

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