Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Street Fair on Saturday, 10 November from 10am to 2pm.
Each year the Street Fair attracts visitors to browse and shop at the stalls lining Queen Street that sell tasty food, showbags, handmade jewellery, home and lifestyle products, fashion and lots more.
If shopping isn't your thing, Mawson Park will be transformed into a fun zone for families, with plenty of fun and free events for children including a comfy lawn kids concert, mad scientist workshop, mini golf, bouncy inflatables, and interactive activities on offer from Wests Tigers, South Sydney Rabbitohs and Cricket NSW.
The 10 day festival, which includes the street fair, is inspired by the legend of the ghost of Fred Fisher, whose infamous story is steeped in local history.
It is also one of the longest running community events in Australia.
Campbelltown Mayor, Cr George Brticevic, said the street fair was a chance for locals to enjoy a friendly community atmosphere as they browsed the stalls on Queen Street, enjoyed live entertainment at the Lithgow Street stage and took part in the free activities in Mawson Park.
“The Fisher’s Ghost Street Fair, like most of the festival, is a family-friendly event that attracts visitors to our CBD and Mawson Park,” he said.
“Every year locals and visitors alike come to Campbelltown to enjoy this great event, with all its free activities in Mawson Park and the ever popular stalls.”