THE GRAINS FESTIVAL OF SUMMER HILL
AUSTRALIA’S FIRST FESTIVAL
DEDICATED TO GRAINS
The Flour Mill of Summer Hill welcomes the Grains Festival on Sunday the 1st July from 10am– 3pm.
Join providores, artisans and producers of grains-based products at the Flour Mill of Summer Hill, including Brooklyn Boy Bagels, Bread & Butter Project, Young Henry’s and Cake Wines – just to name a few!
Be part of the fun in the lead up to the Grains Festival and enter our social media competition, with up to $5,000 worth of prizes to be won!
Visit the Flour Mill of Summer Hill from Saturday the 2nd June to view our community art installation, snap a pic & go in the running to win!
In order to enter make sure you:
- Tag your location at the
‘Flour Mill of Summer Hill’
- Hashtag #grainsfestival
- Tag & Follow @flourmillcommunity
Full Terms & Conditions are available HERE.
Make sure you join us at the Grains Festival for the winners announcement!RSVP for the Grain Festival
VIEW OUR CURRENT ENTRIES IN THE #GRAINSFESTIVAL COMPETITION
NEW NEIGHBOURHOOD. VIBRANT COMMUNITY.
One of the best kept secrets.
With stage one now complete and new retailers coming soon, Flour Mill has flourished and the precinct has become enlivened with the many residents now moving in.
This spirited neighbourhood is diverse and established – with fantastic local and private schools and community groups, a designated light rail that connects you to wherever you need to be, and an abundance of dining options.
It’s all here, mixed in with friendly local faces.
And walking through the leafy streets of Summer Hill are a treat, with federation style homes and heritage buildings at every corner.
It’s a community that everyone can enjoy.
From groceries to dining,
coffee to the playground.
It’s all here.
Go from the morning hum of cafes that line Smith Street, right through to where the pace is slower with a relaxed lunch at Farm Wholefoods, this energetic hub offers the best of living in the Inner West.
It’s where a familiar smile will greet you daily at the local butcher or greengrocer, and where kids are kept happy as they explore the nearby parks and playgrounds.