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Bring back old school for free night at the movies

Local filmgoers will step back in time at Fisher’s Flicks at Bradbury Park this Friday. This year’s Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Street Parade theme ‘bringing back old school’ will also be embraced at the outdoor movie night. The free, double feature movie night is part of the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost which runs during November… Read more »

arts centre sculpture garden.

Fisher’s Kids: serious fun on a gigantic level

If you have a young family and only attend one thing during this year’s Festival of Fisher’s Ghost, make it  Fisher’s Kids on Sunday, November 5. Campbelltown Arts Centre’s gardens and gallery will be transformed into a fun space for children and their families to create, explore and play, between 10am and 2pm Organisers promise… Read more »


Crafty works of art on show

The parade is the popular start to the Fisher’s Ghost Festival for most Campbelltown residents and visitors from across Sydney and Australia. But a day earlier, today, Friday, November 6, local craft and creativity goes on display when the craft exhibition opens at HJ Daley Library. It will be open until Sunday, November 15. The… Read more »


This carnival ride is scarier than the ghosts

The latest extreme, adrenaline pumping, stomach churning rides are on their way to Campbelltown for the 2015 Fisher’s Ghost Festival carnival – and if you think ghosts are scary, wait until you ride the XXXL! The XXXL is a $1.4 million machine, swinging adrenaline junkies 24 metres in the air, while wildly spinning them around… Read more »

Fisher's Kids

Check out Fisher’s Kids at sculpture garden

Campbelltown Arts Centre’s Sculpture Garden will be transformed into a creative play area for youngsters when Fisher’s Kids returns bigger and better than ever tomorrow, Sunday, November 2. A highlight of Campbelltown City Council’s annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost, Fisher’s Kids is a free event designed to give children a unique opportunity to engage with… Read more »

Miss Princess 2014

Jasmine crowned Miss Princess 2014

Twelve-year old Jasmine Underwood of Leumeah has been crowned the 2014 Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Miss Princess at a special ceremony at Macarthur Square over the weekend. Jasmine was named Miss Princess after competing against 13 other aspiring young girls from across Campbelltown. At the crowning ceremony on Sunday, Jasmine was awarded a $500 Macarthur… Read more »

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