Mumfest is Back!

Get ready to kick up those heels ladies for a fun filled night at Mumfest 2021!

Two years ago, 300+ Central West gals kicked on till the wee hours at Mumfest, a mini festival celebrating female friendship and community.

Now, Mumfest 21 is set to make up for lost time, taking over the Greenhouse from 5pm to midnight on Saturday 6 November with Rosie Waterland, DJ entertainment and more.

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Rosie Waterland

Rosie is a renowned columnist, screenwriter and author of bestselling books including Every Lie I’ve Ever Told and her memoir about her difficult childhood called The Anti-Cool Girl.

She loves a famous scandal, true crime, celeb dramas, conspiracy theories, politics and discussing amazing people throughout history on her Podcast Just the Gist.

DJs Mr & Mrs Parkes

Our final act will be DJs Mr & Mrs Parkes; the duo features well known Sydney Dj Andrew James and his wife Keli who rocked Mumfest in 2019.

Their music events and residencies include; The Greenwood for ‘We Can Dance’, playing alongside Jamie Jones at Home Night Club and The Greenhouse in Manly.

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Nominate someone in the ‘Mummys’ for your chance to WIN Great prizes

Mumfest this year will also introduce the Central West ‘Mummys’ Awards where we will pay tribute to the outstanding people who make us proud to live in the Central West!

All categories are open to all Men and Women (excluding ‘Mum Of The Year’) in our Central West community.  Award Winners will be announced at our Mumfest event on Saturday 6 November.

Mummy Awards Submission Requirements | Mummy Awards Terms & Conditions

Each nomination = one ticket in the draw to WIN. Prizes include a $1,000 cheque from McGrath Estate Agents or cases of Organic wine from See Saw Wine.

Nominate now by clicking a category below!

Nominations will open on 9:00am Wednesday 7 July 2021 and remain open until midnight on Tuesday 17 August 2021. Competition Conditions