Sherwood Community Festival 2022 | Fun for the Whole Family!

Sherwood Community Festival 2021
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Sherwood Community Festival 2022 for Families in Brisbane

This event is yet to be confirmed for 2022

The Sherwood Community Festival is a not-for-profit family-friendly event, organised entirely by a team of volunteers who give their time willingly to make it happen. And, thanks to the support of the Brisbane City Council and local businesses, and to the hard work of the organisers, this event is free – a gift to the community.

This year the Sherwood Community Festival has a new look. To stay Covid Safe they will be tripling the fun with 3 separate events!
Family Fun Day: Saturday, 13th November
Sherwood Festival Food Week: from 14th November
Community Carols: Saturday, 4th December

Family Friendly Brisbane Festival November

The family festival packs a punch with plenty of attractions for the whole family. There will be lots of FREE activities on the family fun day (13 November) for everyone to enjoy from 11am-4pm . The exact activities are yet to be confirmed by the festival. 

On that day, and for the rest of the next week (until 21 November) enjoy the best eateries Sherwood has to offer along Sherwood Road.

Then in early December, enjoy the sounds of Sherwood with the community carols, which will run on 4 December from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.

Though the festival is split into three parts this year, you will still get to have all the fun!

Check out the Sherwood Community Festival website for more information. 

When is the Sherwood Community Festival held?

Family Fun Day:

When: 13 November from 11am until 4.30pm.

Where: Holland & Holland Carpark, Sherwood Road

Sherwood Festival Food Week:

When: 13 November to 21 November 

Where: Along Sherwood Road

Community Carols:

When: 4 December from 4.30pm to 7.30pm

Where: Sherwood Arboretum

Getting there: The Sherwood train station is right at the end of the street, plus there is plenty of street parking in the surrounding area.

Cost: Free entry! Some aspects will require payment. 

Looking for more family fun? Check out list of all the family friendly festivals around Brisbane here.

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