Kyneton's annual Daffodil & Arts Festival is a fun-filled country lifestyle event and celebration of spring. Image: www.freedigitalphotos.net
The festival is a typical fun-filled country lifestyle event, welcoming spring with the district displaying magnificent daffodil blooms and the town buzzing with visual & performing arts demonstrations, craft markets and displays, garden & flower shows and all topped off with good old-fashioned country hospitality.
It wouldn't be a country get together without a fabulous Grand Parade featuring crazy costumes, bands, dancers, floats and vintage vehicles. Image: Courtesy Organising Committee Kyneton Daffodil & Arts Festival
This year's event includes old favourites like Kyneton's Festival of One Act Plays, the Antique and Vintage Fair, Ferret Racing, Buskers, Open Gardens, Scarecrow displays, the Spring Flower Show and another great race in the Kyneton Dog Dash.
It wouldn't be a country get together without a Gala Dance or the fabulous Grand Parade featuring bands, dancers, floats and vintage cars on the final day of the Festival, Sunday 9th September.
If you're keen to experience a little bit of country life and hospitality make sure you're in Kyneton for the 2018 Daffodil & Arts Festival.
And while you're there take the opportunity to check out Piper Street, Kyneton's award-winning retail and culinary precinct.
Piper Street brings modern style and taste to this classic old goldfields streetscape and presents a refreshing selection of shopping and eating options.
Kyneton's Piper Street has developed into a centre of culinary excellence .....
..... and features some historic old buildings including this former bank, now a great little museum. Photosl: Ian Gill / Footloose PhotoBank
Getting There …..
Kyneton is 90 kilometres, just over a 1-hour drive north of Melbourne via the Calder Freeway/M79.
Alternatively, VLine operates regular fast rail services to Kyneton departing Melbourne's Southern Cross Station the Bendigo Line.