Mullum Mullum Festival – 10 and 11 May 2014

The 16th Mullum Mullum Festival



Saturday 3 May, Sunday 4 May (opening day), Saturday 10 May & Sunday 11 May 2014

 Celebrate the ecological and cultural significance of the local Mullum Mullum Creek Valley at the 16th Mullum Mullum Festival.

The opening day is centred around Aboriginal culture and is full of entertainment, music, food and traditional craft workshops suitable for both adults and children.

This year, the festival will once again present to you an exciting selection of over twenty expert-lead walks and presentations that will leave you with a greater understanding and appreciation of our beautiful native bushland.

Download a copy of the festival program

For further information visit the festival website.

MMF AGM and “Omissions of Emissions: Our Environment, Livestock and the Climate Crisis”

Dear Mullum Mullum Festival supporter,

You are invited to the AGM of the Mullum Mullum Festival on Saturday 12 October, and to the presentation which will precede this AGM.

Paul Mahony, environmental and animal rights campaigner will give a presentation at 4 pm on:


 Paul will talk about the anthropogenic climate change crisis and demonstrate the impact of animal agriculture on climate and thus the environment we live in and care about. Paul will also discuss measures that must be taken if we are to overcome the crisis.

 We would also like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us in organising the next festival.   We have several roles that still need to be filled.  We would especially like to hear from someone willing to be a member of the subcommittee organising the photographic competition which will be held as part of the next festival. A fair bit of work has been done on this already, but we need someone who is willing to assist in pulling it all together.


Monique and the rest of the Mullum Mullum Festival organising team

News: Mullum Mullum Festival 2013



The 15th Mullum Mullum Festival will be held on 20 & 21 and 27 & 28 April 2013

 Make sure to reserve these dates in your diary!!

Starting off with an evening of Astronomy on Saturday the 20th April,the Festival will be officially opened on Sunday the 21st April by well-known local naturalist, educator and environmental advocate Cecily Falkingham at the Yarran Dheran Reserve, Mitcham.

 The opening day festivities will include a variety of events and performances from the Aboriginal community as well as walks & talks and workshops for both adults and children and damper platters provided by Australia’s leading gumleaf player and damper maker extraordinaire, Uncle Herb Patten.

 The Festival will continue on Saturday the 27th and Sunday the 28th April with a bike ride, walks & talks and presentations at various locations throughout the Mullum Mullum Valley, as well as environmental walks & talks and presentations at Currawong Bush Park, Warrandyte

 A full program will be sent out via email/snail-mail closer to the dates. In the meanwhile keep your eyes on our website for information and updates.

To receive a hard copy of the program, to organise media interviews or for any other enquiries,contact Monique on ph 9719 7661 or David on mob 0409 519 829

Mullum Mullum Festival: 20 & 21 and 27 & 28 April 2013

Dear All

Mullum Mullum Festival is only around the corner so we thought we would give you some information of this great event.

They are also looking for volunteers, so if you are interested please contact the festival organisers! I am sure they would love the help.  They are especially looking people who would be interested in accompanying a walk or being present at a presentation.  For full details please contact us and we can forward you the information.

You can check out their website here:

Details of the festival are as follows:

The festival is on 20 & 21 and 27 & 28 April, with the official Opening Day Festivities on Sunday 21 April 2013.

The festival will take on the format of the past festivals with the opening day providing a variety of events from the local Aboriginal community and other performers as well as environmental walks and talks for both adults and children.

The Festival will be held over two weeks at a variety of sites in the Mullum Mullum Valley, and will include environmental walks and talks and presentations about environmental, sustainability and climate issues at several venues in the Valley.

A copy of the brochure for the 15th festival will be available closer to the date of the festival.

You can add your name to our subscriber list to receive a brochure in either hard copy or e-mail format by contacting or 03 9719 7661or 0409 519 829