REGISTER: Contact the Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Chamber of Commerce to be involved in Curryfest on September 26.
REGISTER: Contact the Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Chamber of Commerce to be involved in Curryfest on September 26. Rob Wright

Curryfest is on its way

CURRYFEST is just around the corner and in its 10th year and organisers are aiming to ramp up community engagement.

What we're most looking forward to enhancing this year is the benefit for local businesses with thousands of visitors passing through the town.

Right now we're at the point of determining who would like to be involved in the event and how.

We're hoping to see a lot of businesses, groups and organisations step up and make this the biggest Curryfest yet.

There are many ways to be involved, whether as a stallholder, sponsor, offering discounts and specials in the lead-up to the event or on the day itself.

Collaboration will help businesses make the most of the extra foot traffic, putting Woolgoolga on the map and boosting local tourism.

To be a stallholder at the event on September 26, complete an application at http://www.curryfest.com.au.

For information on our sponsorship levels, which are a branding opportunity that supports the event, contact info@curryfest.com.au.

Please also get in contact to register your business as a place to stay, place to eat or thing to do on our visitor website.

We're also open to any suggestions you may have for getting your business, group or organisation involved.

The Curryfest 10th anniversary is a milestone event; let's work together to make it a fantastic and memorable moment in Woolgoolga history.

For more information on the Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Chamber of Commerce, visit http://www.woolgoolga.org.au.



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