The stalls and entertainment just get better and better. There's great food, wine & beer, and plenty of it! There will be new stalls, lots of shopping opportunities, and entertainment for those who want to just chill-out, and importantly, a dedicated 'kid-zone' with the beautiful Mt Annan Garden as the backdrop.
Music and more There is a jam-packed schedule of talented singers, musicians, and entertainers over the two days with activities spread out across three zones, bordering both Lake Sedgwick and Lake Fitzpatrick.
Lakeside Lawn will feature Eat Shop Love Lakeside Markets, Food Truck Frenzy and a family picnic area with roaming entertainers and performers.
Kids Zone has play areas for all. There's a mix of paid and free activities including hula hoop workshops, demonstrations, Inflatable Zone, plaster painting, face painting giant lawn games. Of course, there's heaps of space to run and play!
Marquee Lawn is the place for serious foodies and wine, beer & spirits lovers. With a plethora of stalls featuring winemakers, brewers, foods of the world, desserts, and distillers, your taste buds can explore the world and take them home without worrying about excess luggage!
Entertainment will be across all three zones over the two days and will include local favourites The Honey Sippers. The Urban Legends can be found on the Marquee Lawn playing sets on both days, while roaming entertainers may delight you wherever you happen to be.
For more action or just a giggle there will be Hula Hoop workshops and giant lawn games.
Planning Make sure you get the most out of the festival by bringing a blanket to relax on, or a couple of fold up chairs you can sling over your shoulder. Don't forget sunscreen and a hat, and of course, a fold up umbrella or rain jacket just in case the weather decides to turn.
AnnanROMA attracts thousands of people over the two days, so public transport or an Uber, Taxi or Mini Bus might be an option.
There will be an Uber/Taxi and mini bus drop zone
The local buses have a stop outside the main gate and buses run regularly from Campbelltown Train Station. Or take any of the buses heading to Camden, Narellan or Mount Annan and just ask to stop at the Garden bus stop on Narellan Road.
If possible, plan your transportation options ahead of time and leave the car at home, or at one of the public transport stops.
There is parking within the grounds of the Mt Annan Botanic Gardens but with large numbers, it might be wise to either get there early or leave your car nearby and pick up an alternate form of transport.