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Fun for all the Family

The Deepwater Scarecrow & Wool Festival is a sub-committee of the Deepwater Progress Association Inc.

ABN: 44 998 517 468

Phone: (02)67345213

Call Between 10am-4pm 7 Days a week.



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For information about the Deepwater Scarecrow & Wool Festival please use the form to above to send us your enquiry and one of the organisers will come back to you as soon as possible..

If you wish to register a stall for our festival markets please download a form from our festival documents page - Thank You - see you in Deepwater!!!!

Small Festival with BIG HEARTS

The Deepwater Scarecrow & Wool Festival is in it's 7th year originally known as Deepwater Scarecrow Festival has in the past 5 years incorporated wool in it's festivities.

Wool has been an integral part of the heritage and history of the Deepwater area and it is for this reason that we honour the hard work our forebears/ancestors put into breathing life into our little village so we are able to enjoy it today.

The festival has basically been run by a small group of scarecrow friends over the past 7 years. Past & present members:-

Scarecrow Sisters - Lesley, Julie, Tricia, Sharyn, Jo, Maria, Jodi, Cheryl, Rita, Wendy, Linda, Michelle, Jan, Cate, Lexie, Cheryl, Julie J & Ellen

Scarecrow Mates - VW John, Autobaler Reg, Farmer Rick, Pete, Ted, Brock & Dave.

We have started off small and hope the festival will grow

and our Villagers will become known throughout all of Aussieland for being the most creative Scarecrow breeders around!

The Scarecrows of Oz!

Eat your heart out Dorothy!!

(aka The Wizard of Oz)

Scarecrow organisers, slaves, workhorses, volunteers, toilers, plodders, assistants, helpers and general dogs bodies

then & now!