HILL END'S FESTIVAL OF ARTS, CULTURE + HERITAGE
The End Festival 2018
Come up to ‘The End’ where it all begins!
Back by popular demand, The End festival of arts, culture and heritage held in Hill End village is a celebration of the historic region and its eclectic history.
Located between Bathurst and Mudgee in Central West NSW this unique festival offers live bluegrass, folk and country music, the best of the region’s wine, craft beer and food, as well as art installations and exhibitions. There’ll also be ticketed music and cabaret shows in The Royal Hall, as well as village heritage and ghost tours.
Encounter the Makers Market, where crafts people and food producers will display and sell their original works. Visitors can book into a series of workshops ranging from beer brewing to leather belt-making by these traditional makers.
If you'd like to find out more about the Friday + Saturday ticketed shows, or purchase tickets to the events you can do so via the links below:
Friday 20 April 6pm to 10pm / Saturday 21 April 11am to 10pm / Sunday 22 April 10am to 4pm. Bookings not required
Camp in NSW National Parks-run campgrounds in Hill End, see below:
- Village campground has powered and unpowered sites.
- Glendora campground is a 10-minute walk from the main event site but has more space available.
OTHER ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS
The team at Mudgee's Visitor Information Centre can assist with recommendations for accommodation options in Hill End. However, accommodation in Hill End is limited so best to book early. Alternatively, see HERE for details on accommodation options available in the Mudgee Region.
There will be a bus running from Mudgee. Booking information to come.