Warialda Honey Festival

The Aboriginal meaning of ‘Warialda’ is ‘Place of Wild Honey’. Held annually, the Honey Festival celebrates not only our town’s heritage, but also local produce, talents and community spirit.

Each year at the Honey Festival you will find stalls selling items such as beeswax candles, jewellery, local arts and crafts, garden products, and locally produced food and conserves. Food vans are also in attendance ready to supply some delicious treats to festival goers as they stroll the markets, watch the entertainment or simply relax whilst catching up with friends.

There is always a major attraction at each Honey Festival, which in past years has included live music, performances by local school and community groups, children’s activities and vintage car displays.

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