Woodford Academy Blue Mountains, NSW: The oldest building in the Blue Mountains will celebrate the region’s long history of self-sustainability, artisan wares and produce when it holds its annual harvest festival.
The highlight event for the central Mountains landmark, the Woodford Academy Harvest Festival returns with live music, seasonal food, children’s games and a variety of stalls selling local produce, homemade jams and preserves, plants and more. This festival is a fabulous showcase of the sustainable produce and wares available throughout the region.
Historically, harvest festivals were held at the Woodford Academy between 1908 and 1965 when the building was also used as the venue for local Presbyterian church services. In recent years, the festival has become a popular annual event for locals and tourists.
All proceeds from the festival directly contribute to the conservation of the property and its significant collections.
Woodford Academy Harvest Festival. Photographer: David Hill
How to book your tickets
To ensure the health and safety of the community, the National Trust (NSW) requires pre-booked tickets. This is a free event, however tickets for house tours can be purchased separately for festival-goers wishing to get a glimpse inside this historic property.
Pre-book your ticket to the Woodford Academy Harvest Festival via Eventbrite.