A popular strawberry festival that supports a local school and berry growers is set to make a long-awaited return. It will be the 34th edition of the Chevallum StrawbFest, which is on again after a four-year hiatus.
Organised by Chevallum State School, the event promises to be a ‘berry’ fun celebration of all things strawberry.
“StrawbFest is a celebration of tradition, togetherness and the vibrant spirit of our community,” festival coordinator and president of the volunteer Parents and Citizens Association, Kellie Jarrett, says.
“Think everything strawberry: chocolate-dipped strawberries, strawberry sundaes, strawberry kebabs, strawberry daiquiris, fresh strawberries with cream and more.
“We thank the Sunshine Coast strawberry growers for their continued support and look forward to presenting a delicious array of strawberry treats made with their produce.”
Head to Chevallum State School on Friday, September 8, from 5-9pm. Entry is free and all profits from the event will support the educational needs of children in the school community.