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Festival Fleurieu

Festival Fleurieu is a biennial festival held within the District Council of Yankalilla (Fleuieu Coast) area which encompasses the whole region from coast to hills, agricultural land to scenic landscapes: from Myponga to Inman Valley; and from Normanville and Yankalilla to Cape Jervis.

The inaugural Festival was held in 2003 and for the first six Festivals was known as the Leafy Sea Dragon Festival. In its original format the Festival was environmentally focussed with a strong emphasis on local artists and community. A change of name to Festival Fleurieu and change of focus to a broader palette of arts and cultural events were implements for the 2013 Festival.

The Festival Fleurieu is an expression of life on the Fleurieu Coast. It gives local communities an opportunity to express the vibrancy and distinctiveness of the Fleurieu Coast. The Festival attracts visitors from greater Adelaide, from across South Australia, as well as from interstate. The Festival is a not-for-profit venture of the community.

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