Date: Saturday 21 October 2023
Time: 4PM to 9:30PM
Location: Botanic Gardens, Macleay Street Wagga Wagga, Wiradjuri Country
Frequently Asked Questions
FUSION BOTANCIAL is located in the Wagga Botanic Gardens. Please see the map below.
Unmetered parking is available along Macleay Street. Internal roads in the Botanica Gardens will be closed off for vehicle access.
Patrons are recommended to use the Active Travel Paths to attend the festival.
FUSION BOTANICAL kick starts at 4pm and runs until 9:30pm.
Entry to FUSION BOTANICAL is FREE!
Purchases of food, drinks, merchandise and any other items inside the festival ground are at your own expense.
We highly recommend that you bring cash to purchase food as there will be no ATM's in or close by to the Wagga Botanic Gardens.
Due to food service and the large number of people and children that will be in attendance at FUSION, dogs and other pets are not permitted into the festival.
Toilets are located near the playground, cafe and kiss and drop zones.
Accessible bathrooms are available at each of these sites.
You are permitted to bring prams and strollers for your children.
Foldable chairs to sit on and picnic mats in the Wagga Botanic Gardens are also allowed.
We suggest bringing some cash with you to FUSION BOTANICAL.
Some food vendors will have EFTPOS services available. No ATM will be available in the festival ground.
FUSION BOTANICAL will be full to the brim with fun activities + games + roving entertainment for little folk and their big folk and everyone in between.
People of all ages, levels of skill and ability are invited to take part in the fun family-friendly festivities.
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In the case of an emergency festival-goers should listen to event staff for further directions.
The Wagga Wagga branch of the St. Johns Ambulance Service will have a dedicated first aid tent set up at the festival.
FUSION BOTANICAL encourages a sustainable festival ground.
Wagga Wagga City Council is committed to addressing waste management proactively and strives to ensure environmentally sustainable practices are implemented at the festival, including by it vendors.
In 2019, Council has banned the use of all single-use plastic items by vendors to reduce the festival footprint.
Council will provide clearly signed and colour-coded waste collection stations strategically placed across the festival site. Red-capped bins are for general waste and yellow-capped bins are for recycling. Green-capped Food Organics (FOGO) bins are for compostable catering ware, packaging and food waste.
We thank our festival-goers for helping support this sustainable festival approach.
FUSION BOTANICAL is a public event that will be filmed and photographed for promotional purposed for use by Wagga Wagga City Council and any approved third parties.
If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, please make yourself known to event staff.
There will be a variety of food + drink vendors available at FUSION BOTANICAL.
There is no bar service available as part of FUSION BOTANICAL.