Hills District locals and Fete Fanatics alike will be excited to know that 'The Great Fete' is back after a five-year hiatus, taking place at Samuel Gilbert Public School from 10am this Sunday, August 20.
Known as one of the largest school fetes in Western Sydney, it promises to be a jam-packed day of family fun, featuring 14 rides including dodgem cars, a Kanga Bounce and a Pirate Ship, as well as train rides, super slides and a whole heap more.
There will also be various inflatables of different sizes and difficulties for the young ones and adults alike to navigate, as well as a children's zoo featuring farm animals. There will also be sand art and face painting, even hair braiding.
A number of carnival games and showbags will also be available throughout the site.
The school is also raising funds through a raffle and silent auction, with some quality prizes on offer.
There will also be over 50 market stalls and community group demonstrations, as well as a wide range of food trucks and a full day of music, dance and other performing arts across two stages on the day. Though rides require tickets or a pre-purchased pass, entry to the event is free.
Samuel Gilbert Public School can be found on the corner of Gilbert Road and Ridgecrop Drive in Castle Hill.