Visit the Strathfield Events website.

Community events have a unique ability to bring local communities together, giving people a sense of ownership and pride in their local areas and an opportunity to celebrate and embrace local diversity. Strathfield Council’s annual events program features a range of events inclusive of a wide variety of demographic, cultural and interest groups, attracting people to Strathfield.

Strathfield's flagship and most popular event, the Strathfield Spring Festival is held on the Father's Day weekend in September, and is a dazzling festival of fun, colour and life featuring headline artists and over 30,000 attendees. The second half of the year also sees foodie-favourite the Food and Jazz Festival hit Strathfield Square, the start of the Movies in the Park Season as well as the family fun Christmas Carols.

The calendar year begins with a celebration of Australia Day, cultures combining with Harmony Day in March, and Strathfield's premier sprting and fitness event, the Cooks River Fun Run.  Many more community events including International Women's Day, Clean Up Australia Day and National Tree Day are held throughout the year.

For detailed information on all upcoming events, visit the Strathfield Events  website.

Strathfield Food and Jazz Festival 2017

Strathfield Spring Festival 2017


Investing in your local community.

Strathfield Events are long-running annual events, with a proven history of community engagement. When you invest in a Strathfield event, you are investing in the local community and aligning yourself with a well-known and respected brand.

If you are interested in investing in your local community as well as reaching your customers on a personal level, please contact us for a detailed sponsorship proposal or to arrange a meeting.

(02) 9748 9999

Sponsorship is conducted in accordance with Council's Sponsorship Policy and Code of Conduct and Business Ethics Policy.

Community Noticeboards

Council has a number of community noticeboards at the following locations:

  • Council’s Customer Service Centre
  • Homebush Station
  • Liverpool Road, near Strathfield South Primary School

The general public may lodge items for display with Council by mail, fax or in person at Council’s Customer Service Centre.

Council takes no responsibility for the accuracy of notices placed on the noticeboard and has the right to deny the posting of any information in accordance with its Community Noticeboard Policy.

Please allow two weeks for your notice to be added.