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Kinglake holds inaugral ‘Festival of the Falls’

Kinglake’s inaugural Festival of the Falls opened with a health and vitality experience at Masons Falls picnic area in the Kinglake National Park.

Kinglake’s inaugural Festival of the Falls opened with a health and vitality experience at Masons Falls picnic area in the Kinglake National Park.

This followed a well-attended community wellbeing dinner held at Lawsons Restaurant (Kinglake Pub) last Friday evening.

Following Saturday’s AFL 9’s community challenge at the Kinglake Memorial Oval, the ‘meet the players’ with AFLW Collingwood players Emma King, Ruby Schleicher and Essendon’s David Zaharakis moved to the Kinglake Pub with approximately 38 people attending the community challenge.

Saturday concluded with twenty-five people watching the Fire Cats perform at the hotel.

Sunday began with a larger than usual crowd attending Bollygum Market and whilst storms threatened the morning, they never came.

Also on Sunday morning was a local artists’ exhibition and ‘laughter yoga’ at the Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House. Sunday evening was completed with 46 people watching a gospel performance from Carter and Carter at St Peter’s Anglican Church, Kinglake Central.

Events struggled to attract large crowds, some locals not even realising there was a festival. “There’s a festival on?” Jodie Gentsch said.


Article first published in Kinglake Ranges News, 12 March, 2017 as ‘Festival of the Falls’.

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