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Festival History

The Campbelltown City Festival of Fisher´s Ghost is one of the longest running community events in Australia, having being staged since 1956. This unique Festival, inspired by the famous legend of the ghost of Frederick Fisher, is steeped in community history and includes an extensive program of events to appeal to the wider community. The Festival aims to enrich the social and cultural fabric of our community and present an opportunity for the community to unite and share creative energy, spirit and pride.

The aim of the Festival is to deliver a range of enjoyable, free, family focussed, safe and accessible events that promote community participation, highlight the significance of the Festival and are relevant to today´s community.

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