Have fun and fabulous food by the water

Bottoms up: Combine views of the Avon Descent with delicious food at the 15th annual Toodyay International Food Festival and Family Fun Day. Photo: Liz Packwood.
Bottoms up: Combine views of the Avon Descent with delicious food at the 15th annual Toodyay International Food Festival and Family Fun Day. Photo: Liz Packwood.

Experience one of the biggest, fun-filled events on Toodyay's calendar.

The 15th annual Toodyay International Food Festival and Family Fun Day will combine a spectacular view of the Avon Descent race with delicious food and free all-day family entertainment at Stirling & Duidgee Park on Saturday from 10am-3pm.

You can wander your way through dozens of food stalls taking in the aromas of an incredible range of mouth-watering international cuisine.

A licensed area will offer boutique beer, wine and cider.

The main stage will come to life with a diverse range of musical and cultural performances for your enjoyment.

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The free entertainment line-up will kick off at 10am with the Jarrah Celts, followed by amazing Japanese Drumming, a cooking demonstration and tastings from 2019 MasterChef contestant Kyle Lyons, the awesome A Boy Named Cash show starring Monty Cotton from The Voice and finished off with the reggae sounds of 4 Degrees South Band.

Watch out for roving magician Robbie T in the crowd.

Kids of all ages have been catered for with free activities running throughout the day at Duidgee Park including a bouncy castle, disco dome, the outlandish antics of Pirateman Michael, face painting, balloon twisting, a climbing wall, a petting zoo and much more.

For more information or the full program like the Toodyay International Food Festival Facebook page, go to the website www.toodyayiff.wixsite.com/home or call the Toodyay Visitors Centre on 9574 9380. This community event is proudly sponsored by Lotterywest, the Shire of Toodyay, Toodyay & Districts Bendigo Bank, Toodyay Op Shop and the Freemasons Hotel.