• 2020 FESTIVAL: March 20th & 21st

    Red Earth Park &
    Mooroolbark Community Centre

    From Station St, along Brice Ave to
    Red Earth Park

    [Below Image: Swordcraft Group at Celebrate Mooroolbark 2019]

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Join the Team!

Red Earth Ghawazee Tribal Belly Dancers performing on the main stage at Celebrate Mooroolbark 2015. Photo by Greg Carrick.

Red Earth Ghawazee Tribal Belly Dancers performing on the main stage at Celebrate Mooroolbark 2015. Photo by Greg Carrick.

Become part of our festival team! Join the Celebrate Mooroolbark volunteer committee and learn how a large community festival comes together, whilst making an important contribution to this amazing event. Who would it suit?

  • Event Management students looking for valuable experience
  • Newly arrived residents wanting to connect with the community
  • Recent retirees looking for a way to contribute to their town
  • ANYONE wishing to have a go!

We need to fill roles in coordinating stalls, volunteers, the street parade and site management.

Shoot us an email or give Barbara a call to find out more on any of the above positions. No experience necessary. Only enthusiasm!

0417 381 542

2 Responses

  1. Hi there, I first settled in Mooroolbark in 1988 and had a young family and used to go to the Red Earth Festival until it ceased. As a member of Mooroolbark Theatre Group since 1990, I have been participating in static displays in the centre and also helping with the Talent Quest as a tech person until MTG and the organising committee decided to do things differently. More recently as a co-founder of ARK Theatre was instrumental in participating in the Street Parade for the last two years and also having a stall during Celebrate Mooroolbark. I am currently on three committees and also are involved in co-ordinating a play festival in FTG and also touring to one act play festivals through-out Victoria in the latter part of the year.
    Mooroolbark is a fantastic suburb and I always refer to it as being the ‘heart’ of our local community being surronded with suburbs all around it and not being disected with any major highways or through-roads.
    I would love to join the team to see if I could add any benefit to the festival or add fresh ideas to promote the wonderful community feel that is Mooroolbark.
    Jimmy Dunne.

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