Book a date for Orange Blossom Festival: Lights, Beats and Eats


After being postponed to 2020 due to restrictions that were in place to handle the COVID-19 pandemic, Orange Blossom Festival (OBF) returns to Castle Hill Showground, better and brighter than ever!

Attendees will be treated to a bonanza of lights, beats and food with stunning LED light displays, concerts and mouthwatering street food, with food trucks onsite from 4pm to 9pm on Saturday August 28th.

The mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne, said she was very excited about the return of this community favorite after a year-long hiatus.

“Orange Blossom Festival is a very popular community event and after a difficult year many Hills residents, including myself, are very happy that this community favorite is returning,” said Mayor Byrne.

“This is the perfect opportunity to celebrate what makes our community unique and to celebrate all of the amazing people who make The Hills special.

“This year’s family event will feature an enchanted lighted orchard, delicious food trucks, kicking live music, touring entertainment and, of course, a dazzling fireworks display to end the evening.

“Make sure you save the date, as I can’t wait to see you all there,” Mayor Byrne added.

OBF will have COVID-19 security measures in place and more information on participant protection will be available closer to the event.

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