FAQ

What's the Harvest Festival all about?
The Harvest Festival brings people together living or visiting the region to celebrate our people, culture and heritage. It includes a variety of experiences for all ages being held throughout the festival to immerse and get creative for health and happiness. We look forward to seeing you at this year's festival!

Where is the Harvest Festival?
The Harvest Festival is being held north of Perth across Coorow, Carnamah, Morawa, Mingenew and Geraldton. Everyone is invited to attend activities and workshops at some or all of these locations.

How much does the Harvest Festival cost?
The Harvest Festival and its activities and workshops are free for everyone to enjoy. The only paid component is the Long Table Lunch (which is fully booked). Please be advised that youth under the age of 14 are to be accompanied by a guardian at all times.

Are there ATM facilities?
There are ATMs in Coorow, Carnamah, Mingenew, Morawa and the Geraldton CBD.

Staying in the region
There are many accommodation options throughout the region, please see the following local government sites for further details. Coorow  -  Carnamah  -  Mingenew  -  MorawaGeraldton.

Stallholder Registration for Twilight Markets at Harvest Nights
If you're interested in having a stall at this year's Harvest Nights, please contact Richelle at programs@northmidlands.org.au. There is no charge to have a stall.

Who coordinates the Harvest Festival?
The Harvest Festival is coordinated by the community through the North Midlands Project. Please contact Richelle on programs@northmidlands.org.au for further information.