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The Post - That's Entertainment Day
This Is Not Art
Mattara Hill Climb
6 Mattara - Princess & Pirate Fancy Dress
Mattara - Pets on the Park Day
Mattara - Kids Carnival Day
Mattara - Family Fun Day
Mattara - Mixing it with the Best
11 Mattara - Fun in the Sun Psychic Day
The complete guide to
Newcastle's 2009 Spring Festivals of
Newcastle, handy reference wall chart
14 Mattara - Physically Funk Variety Day
15 Mattara - Grand Parade & Cultural Day
16 Mattara - SpongeBob Think Happy Day
Mattara - Park Activities Day
18 Mattara - Tourism Seniors & Green Day
Mattara - Equipment Health & Fitness Day
Mattara - It's all in good fun
Karaoke Kids Day
Mattara - Talent Rocks the Mattara
Mattara - Mega Auto Day
Darby Street Festival
National Maritime Festival
Fat As Butter
The Herald Advertising Team
Contributions: Craig Foot & Leanne Baxter,
Newcastle City Council
2009 Newcastle Spring Festival Magazine is published
by The Herald in association with The Newcastle City
Council. The Herald thanks Newcastle City Council for
their invaluable assistance in preparing this magazine.
Editorial supplied to The Herald by the various festival
committees is correct at the time of printing, however
it is subject to change.
Welcome to the 2009
Spring Festivals of
2009 MARKS THE fifth year of partnership between Newcastle City Council and the
organisers of the National Maritime Festival, SWIG, This is Not Art, the Darby Street Fair,
the Rainbow Festival, the MG Hill Climb and Mattara.
Collectively known as the Spring Festivals of Newcastle, the group has worked tirelessly to
deliver bigger and better events to ever-increasing audiences.
This year the festivals are once again presenting a packed program of events and activities
designed to excite, entertain, educate and inspire residents and visitors.
From aquatic events to street fairs, cultural performances, motor racing and food and wine
events, the 2009 Festivals of Newcastle program has been especially designed to appeal to a
wide range of audiences.
Festival time also provides the perfect opportunity for Novocastrians to showcase our
beautiful City in all its Spring glory to visitors and tourists.
Go to www.visitnewcastle.com.au or call in to our Visitor Information Centre at 361 Hunter
Street, Newcastle or phone 4974 2999.
We urge you to use the handy calendar of events in the centre of this program as a quick
reference tool to help you make the most of this exciting time.
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