Non-exclusive help to get your autumn festival tickets

THE Derwent Valley’s network of online access centres have stepped up to offer help to anyone having trouble obtaining their free tickets to the Derwent Valley Autumn Festival. To help with the planning for the festival, the event organisers ask that everyone books a free ticket via the Eventbrite website.

Recognising that not everyone has access to a computer or printer, the Online Access Centres in New Norfolk, Glenora and Ouse have offered to help. Anyone wanting to book and print out their tickets, but lacking the technology to do so, is welcome to visit any of the online centres. There the friendly staff and volunteers will provide access to the necessary equipment, or make the booking on your behalf. A small charge may apply if a print-out is required.

The Derwent Valley Online Access Centre is located with the New Norfolk Library in Charles St, New Norfolk, and the Glenora Online Access Centre is in the grounds of Glenora District High School. The Ouse Online Access Centre is in the old library at 6947 Lyell Hwy, Ouse.

Festival rundown

  • Entertainment: The organisers have booked a range of local entertainers including the Derwent Valley Concert Band. Also on the bill are The Sign, Bridget Pross, O’Brien Adams, MT Blues, Boots and All Line Dancing, and the ArtHouse Singers.
  • Food: The food offering at the festival will also have a local focus, featuring producers and suppliers from across the Derwent Valley. This includes Rathmore Lamb (Hollow Tree), Glass and Brown Paper Pantry (New Norfolk), Shady Hill Mushrooms (Lachlan), Scoopy Doo Soft Serve (New Norfolk), Hamlet Downs (Fentonbury), Rachel’s Relishes and Sauces (New Norfolk, and The ArtHouse Cafe (New Norfolk).
  • Drinks: Beverage producers and providers from the valley and highlands will be part of the big day. Among them will be Welcome Swallow Brewery (New Norfolk), Plenty Cider (Plenty), Derwent Estate Wines (Granton), Forgotten Island Brewery (Magra), Metcalf Distillers (Molesworth), Ashbolt Farm (Plenty), Derwent Distillery (Dromedary), Viridian Wines (Granton), Stefano Lubiana Wines (Granton), and New Norfolk Distillery/Eleventh Order Brewery (New Norfolk).

The Autumn Festival will be a free, ticketed event on Sunday, April 23, at the New Norfolk Esplanade, from 10am-4pm.

The organisers say nearly 6000 people have already obtained their free tickets. Get yours at or scan the code, left, or visit an online access centre for help.

Picture: Derwent Valley Online Access Centre co-ordinator Scott Kirwan has his festival tickets and is ready to help others get theirs.

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