Nagambie On Water Festival

Celebrating the people, produce & culture of our great region on the shores of Lake Nagambie!

On the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of March 2019, the annual Nagambie on Water Festival (NOW) will bring High Street and the Lake alive. The NOW Festival has been exhibiting the best of Nagambie’s stunning natural resources and community spirit every year since 2008.

Featuring a diverse selection of family-friendly activities set around the stunning Lake Nagambie, the festival invites Nagambie locals and visitors alike to participate in a variety of fun and interactive outdoor events.

Favourites of the festival like the Tahbilk Great Grape Stomp, 1.1 km Mitchelton Swim and the Costa Community Canoe Challenge will return again, along with some newer events – Play and Stay (for the young or young at heart), and a Whisky & Wine bar (for the grown ups). All the entertainment you can manage in one convenient location on High Street, Nagambie.

Click on the Program tab above for more info on each event.

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2 days ago

Nagambie On Water

Highlights of the 2019 Festival!
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3 weeks ago

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What a fabulous weekend we had for this year’s NOW Festival!

It wouldn’t have happened without the tireless efforts of all our very supportive team of Volunteers. Thank you to all of you who lent your valuable time to helping us from early morning to set up and those who stayed late to help pack up and store the mountain of equipment needed to run the Festival. Let’s not forget those who helped on the registration desks throughout the day as well as those who ran the various events.

Your efforts are truly appreciated and the NOW Festival Committee thank you for your support! ❤
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3 weeks ago

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It's 2 minutes long but sums up community in a second #NOW19 ...

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