Burradise Festival at Culburra Beach is a celebration of a coastal surf village two hours south of Sydney with reggae, blues and rock music, handmade markets, multicultural food fair and high tea for mum just to name a few highlights.
The festival will also include The Culburra Beach Bash Surf Tournament, cultural tours, and the opening of a brand new recreational skate park.
The music is the star of the festival, with Friday and Saturday night pumping out a world music vibe including West African grooves, blues, roots reggae and Spanish fusion. Some of the exciting artists on the lineup are Moussa Diakite and Wassado, Hatz Fitz and Cara, This Way North, Benji and the Saltwater Sound System and last but not least The Groove.
As a special treat for the mums, browse 40 markets on Saturday with a homemade, handmade sustainable feel from local traders, makers and produce growers plus sustainability workshops on offer.
There will be acoustic music and heaps for the kids with a jumping castle, face painting and drumming workshops.
The CookaBurra Bake Off will bring the best bakers out of the kitchens, offering a smorgasboard of Mothers’ Day delights, along with a high tea for mum. Bring a blanket and hang out, all in close proximity to the arts and culture exhibitions with theme ‘The Tracks of Burradise’ in the Banksia Room.
May 11-13. Farrant Avenue, Culburra Beach. FREE – $60. Tickets & Info: www.culburrabeachfestival.org.au