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Sunday 5th May 2019 (9am–4.30pm)

This community event is dedicated to showcasing the outstanding produce, fine fare and innovative sustainability initiatives taking place across the Blue Mountains and wider region. Aimed at all ages, the Festival features an inspired mix of market stalls set along the cherry trees on Leura Mall in their autumn colours. Highlights include handcrafted products from local artisans, delicious local fare, regional wine, cider and beverage tastings, the popular Pet Chook Show, the Birches of Leura Scarecrow Competition, Jam Making Competition, and the ultimate Chocolate Cake Competition, held by Josophan's Fine Chocolates.

If you have an interest in all things FRESH, REGIONAL & SUSTAINABLE, this Festival is for you! For more information, please join our Leura Harvest Festival Facebook page.

Send enquiries to bookings@leuravillage.com.au



Our popular competitions are a highlight of the Leura Harvest Festival. Join in the fun by bringing along a feathered friend, your craziest scarecrow, showing off your chocolate cake skills or presenting your perfectly delicious preserves.


Love making jams and chutneys? We are on a mission to uncover the best home-made jams, preserves and chutneys in the Blue Mountains. Put your jam making skills to the test and enter the competition at the Leura Harvest Festival on Sunday 5 May. Entry is FREE and open to all ages, with lovely prizes donated by Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum and Tearooms.

There are three categories: Best Single Fruit Jam, Magnificent Marmalade and Most Delicious Relish or Chutney.

Judging commences 9am and winners will be announced at 10.15am at the competition marquee outside the Leura Newsagency.

  • Entrants must register in advance by completing the application form and sending it to bookings@leuravillage.com.au. 
  • Jams must be delivered before 5pm, Thursday 2nd May 2019 to With Max & Me at 142 Leura Mall.
  • Full conditions of entry are provided on the application form.

Download the application form here.

See and share the Facebook event page here.

Send enquiries to bookings@leuravillage.com.au


Bring your prized chook along for the ever-popular Pet Chook Show, judged by Margaret Latty from the Lithgow Poultry Club. Categories are for the Best Bantam, Best Pair or Trio, and Best Standard. Your feathered friends could win some fabulous prizes.

To register, bring your pet chook along in a display cage from 9am and no later than 10.15am to the Bendigo Bank competition marquee outside the Leura Newsagency on Leura Mall. Entry is FREE and judging will take place from 10.30am.

See and share the Facebook event page here.


Birches of Leura is once again holding its Scarecrow Competition. Get creative with recycled materials and enter your scarecrow in a range of categories for kids and families, with wonderful prizes to be won. Winners will be announced at 1pm at Birches of Leura Nursery.

Details and registration forms and be found on the Birches of Leura website here.


Iconic Leura chocolatier, Josophan's Fine Chocolates continue their tradition of hosting the Great Australian Chocolate Cake Competition. Get your cake tins greased and ready to compete in one of several categories which give bakers of all ages a chance to show off their skills.

Judging takes place at the event, followed by the cakes being served to the public

Details and registration forms are coming soon on the Josophan's Fine Chocolates website.

Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th October 2019

Now in its 38th year, the Leura Village Fair provides the perfect opportunity for visitors of all ages to celebrate spring in the Blue Mountains. Set over two days, this vibrant event sees market stalls lining Leura Mall and extending into Megalong Street Carpark.

Visitors can expect a diverse range of stalls selling everything from fashion and jewellery to art, ceramics, homewares, beauty products, sweet treats, garden sculptures and cool-climate plants, to local wines and ciders. Each year the Leura Village Association (LVA) offers subsidised stalls to local artisans, adding a truly unique touch to the offerings. The Fair has a very strong local flavour, with talented locals showcasing their products alongside a well-curated mix of stallholders from across New South Wales.

Megalong Street Carpark is transformed into an international canteen for the duration of the Fair, with stallholders offering cuisine from France, Switzerland, Mexico, Vietnam, China, Germany, Turkey and Spain. Regional providores, farmers, and newcomers to the Fair are also located in the carpark – it’s a great opportunity to get a true taste of the Blue Mountains.

Enquiries: bookings@leuravillage.com.au

Stall holder applications will open in July.

Keep up to date by visiting the Leura Village Facebook page.

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