The Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival is unique; a premier central Victorian Spring celebration, with its symbolic daffodils heralding new growth and sunshine across the region and the state.
For the first two weeks in September the festival involves the whole community and many visitors from all over Victoria in an exciting array of arts, crafts, gardens, flower shows, markets, events and hospitality.
As well as the beautiful daffodils that saturate the town and its surrounds, attractions include the Festival of One Act Plays, the Antique Fair, ferret racing, buskers and scarecrows, a Wine and Food Fair at the historic Degraves Mill, a Command Performance concert featuring many local and renowned artists and other recitals and performances. The Daffodil Old Time Ball attracts dancers from near and far.
Many local gardens will be open to garden lovers and the flower show presents a variety of stunning daffodils, the signature of the festival.
The Festival joyfully reflects the town's and district's unique character. You can visit the quirky Teldorado, a bloke's backyard.
Discover Kyneton with self guided walks will showcase Kyneton's historic buildings.
Follow the Arts Trail and visit Exhibitions at local galleries and venues display the work of local artists who share their skills with art lovers. Visitors can take in the Kyneton Art Group's annual show, and make their own judgement on the entries to the Daffodil Art Prize, Art Photography Prize and the Youth Art Awards.
People from all around the region take part in the Grand Parade on the last day of the Festival with bands, dancers, floats, cars and vintage vehicles. The Festival ends with a fair, performances and rides in Kyneton's main streets.
And while you are there all of Kyneton's legendary and award-winning culinary establishments will be ready to provide their famous hospitality.
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