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Kalorama Chestnut Festival (1 May 2016)

day of family fun on the mountain on the 1st May 2016. Savour the abundant chestnuts, gourmet food, Devonshire tea, coffee, artisan beer and mulled wine.

Explore the diverse range of stalls showcasing locally made handcrafts and produce. Children can enjoy the fun rides and adventure play space.
10am - 4pm
  • Delicious roasted chestnuts
  • Poffertjees
  • Devonshire tea and home made cakes
  • Sausage sizzle
  • Local restaurant food stalls
  • Artisan beer (including chestnut beer!) and mulled wine
  • Coffee, tea and chai
  • Bungy jump trampolines
  • Mini golf
  • Train rides
  • Flying swings
  • Petting zoos
  • Old-fashioned kids games
  • Premium raffles bursting with wonderful prizes
  • Local handmade crafts
  • Local produce
  • Live music and performances
Kalorama Oval (or Kalorama Memorial Reserve in its official title) boasts a small clubhouse (Country Devonshire Tea is served here) and parking for 100 cars.
There is roadside parking for 100 more cars and locals tend to walk or ride their bikes to the festival. Public toilets are accessible by wheel chair and there are some sealed paths near the playground.

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