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Invitation to a fun day and great fundraising opportunity for FBIC - Sunday 30 April 2017

The Majura Valley Land Care Group has organised the inaugural Majura Valley Bush Festival on Sunday 30 April, 2017. They are very generously donating all money raised from a variety of rides on the day to FBIC so come along and encourage as many people as you can to come too!

They will have a display of the original vintage horse drawn carriages used in the Valley in years past, as well as whip cracking displays, wood chopping, farrier displays, farm animal petting for young children with Noah’s Ark, merry-go-round rides, hay rides, Aboriginal and other historical walks and talks, among other activities.

Important information:

All FBIC families are invited to attend the day free of charge as guests of the event.

If you wish to come please email Paul Dowden,, or call on 0402 552 209, and he will have your name added to guest list (this should be able to be arranged up until nearly the last minute), or email Mandy at BY 6PM FRIDAY so passes can be arranged.

  • See attached general information on the event.
  • Passes, see attached information, if you can not pick up before Sunday, you will need to go to the Exhibitors entrance ONLY to collect the pass and enter.
  •  Craig Hall, who is organising the BBQ would like to know if any FBIC family members could cover his crew for breaks? This was offered as a chance for us to "meet and greet" the public. We need to advertise this to families (if you can help call Craig on 0408626584).

Parking will available for us via the Exhibitor’s Entrance (a detailed map will be available to you later in the week). We have been advised access from our allocated parking to the main areas is wheelchair accessible.

There will be Wheelchair Accessible & Disabled Toilets on-site (in two locations).

FBIC will have a marquee for rest, recuperation, and publicity. Feel free to spend some time with us on the day or just enjoy the exhibits and events. 

Further details about the even can be found on the Majura Valley Bush Festival Facebook page or the FBIC facebook page.