Marrickville Road, Dulwich Hill


Save the Date: 11am-5pm, Sunday 29 September 2024

About Dulwich Hill Festival

Celebrate the delights of local hidden gem, Dulwich Hill. Ready to shine for the festival’s return to the streets, streetscapes will come alive with live music, foodie treats and more!

Lilac graphic tile featuring block orange building silhouettes with a green and blue dog sitting down with their tongue out and wiggling all over enjoying some music

2024 Dulwich Hill Festival

Applications open soon for food vendors, community and creative stallholders!

Are you an local maker doing interesting and creative things in Dulwich Hill? Celebrate the community and delights of Inner West village, Dulwich Hill on Sunday 29 September, 11am-5pm. A local hidden gem, Dulwich Hill is ready to shine for the festival’s return to the streets. Footpaths and streetscapes will come alive with live music, foodie treats, artisan stallholders and more!

Dulwich Hill Festival will celebrate all that is loved about the village and community and attracts approximately 8000 people to the event. Artists and businesses wishing to participate in Dulwich Hill Festival must demonstrate a strong connection to the Inner West Council Local Government Area. All stallholders will be required to pay for their stalls prior to trading.

Think cheese plates, artisan bakeries, book stores, live entertainment and family friendly activities and you’re at the Dulwich Hill Festival!

Applications open on 1 June and will close on 30 June at 11:59pm

Check back here for the application form soon!


For all Dulwich Hill Festival enquiries, please contact events@innerwest.nsw.gov.au or call 9392 5000.

Dulwich Hill Village Fair hanging art work 

Think foodie delights, family friendly activities and live entertainment, and you’re at the Dulwich Hill Festival!

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