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The Winter Magic Festival is very popular and receives far more stall applications than it can accommodate. We are expecting a wide range of traders again this year, with a strong focus on local, sustainable and handmade traders.



Check back in December for information about applications for 2018

Looking after our environment

The Winter Magic Festival occurs in the Blue Mountains, a World Heritage area. With thousands of visitors to the festival, rubbish is a real problem. We need all participants to play their part and contribute to eco-friendly and sustainable practices to protect our environment. 
All stallholders must abide by the following requirements: 
  • Use biodegradable, paper, or reused plastic bags for packaging
  • NO new / single use plastic bags are to be used by any stallholders
  • all cutlery must be bamboo
  • all plates, cups and bowls must be paper
  • NO straws 
  • lids, if used, must be compostable (made from corn starch)
Biodegradable bags and packaging is available from our preferred local supplier:
Bag Man Packaging
4759 2621 or 0407 462 145
Bagman chooses Biopak because they have revolutionised the disposable packaging industry, providing thousands of businesses with more sustainable plant-based packaging solutions to replace packaging made from non-renewable fossil-based resources. Along the way, they have successfully offset all the carbon emissions associated with the production, transport and disposal of their products.
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