MumFest 2019

MumFest 2019

The excitement and energy in the air was undeniable as 300 women from across the Central West came together for the inaugural MUM FEST.

Women from all walks of life who had only ever met online through Central West Mums, united offline for the first time for a night full of mingling, pampering, activities and uplifting entertainment.

Mental health was up for discussion, with Di Gill, the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program Coordinator, giving everyone in the room pointers on how to “check in” on our loved ones mental health.

Body image warrior Taryn Brumfitt shared her journey and imparted her wisdom, about the importance of learning to love the skin you’re in.

Women got the chance to devour delicious grazing platters and pizzas while indulging in a range of beauty treatments, games and rock painting.

Many women didn’t leave empty handed, snagging one of our amazing lucky door prizes from a pool worth thousands of dollars.

Not long after the high heels were kicked off, the music was turned up and the night was danced away with DJ Andrew James and Keli Parkes.

Central West Mum’s can’t wait for next year’s MumFest with planning already underway!

If you enjoyed the signature cocktail of MumFest 2019 click here to find the recipe!

If cocktails, dancing and massages- all kid free, sound like a treat to you – than the first ever Central West Mum Fest provided.

If cocktails, dancing and massages- all kid free, sound like a treat to you – than the first ever Central West Mum Fest provided.

Posted by PRIME7 News Central West on Thursday, 12 September 2019

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Amorette Zielinski

Amorette is a Mum of two boys who often keep her flying by the seat of her pants and a wife to a man who is so much fun to share life with; never dull! Friends often call her a ‘connector’ because she loves putting like minded people together curating experiences for them.

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