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Collector Pumpkin Festival - Review

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by Felicity Banks (subscribe)
I'm a writer of interactive and normal novels including steampunk fantasy app books set mainly in Australia. Banks
Bushrangers, Rock Climbing, and Pumpkins
My family visited the Collector Village Pumpkin Fair and barely saw the pumpkins. We arrived at 10:00am sharp and stayed until 4:00pm but we were too busy to go over and see the main pumpkin foods, shows, and contests.

There was a petting zoo, fantastic live entertainment, free Cobb & Co coach rides. a hay maze, a marching band, a hundred different stalls and a historical chase and battle between bushrangers and police.

The crowds were incredible; 10,000 visitors to a town of 200 people - but everyone was gracious and cheerful, and had a great time.

With the exception of three fairground-style rides, every activity was free. The $10 (cash!) entry fee was well worth it.

The only down side of the festival was that it was so popular that it was tricky finding a park and getting around - but only because it really deserved its excellent reputation.

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Why? Ask last year's 10,000 visitors.
When: First Sunday in May Annually
Phone: 0401811233
Where: Bourke St, Collector Village, NSW
Cost: $10 adults, $5 seniors
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