Welcome to Grafton's Jacaranda Festival
The world-renowned Jacaranda Festival is held yearly in Grafton, Northern Rivers New South Wales, from the second last weekend in October to the first weekend in November.
Inaugurated in 1934, this was the first of Australia's folk festivals and is based upon the magnificent spectacle of the hundreds of lilac-blossomed trees which grow in Grafton's broad tree lined avenues.
It expresses the people's thanksgiving for the generosity with which nature blesses this part of the globe.
Calling all past Jacaranda Royal Party members, Matron of Honours and Guest of Honours
Have you changed your contact address in recent years? Official invitations for the Grafton Jacaranda Festival 80th Anniversary Celebrations will be mailed soon!
If your details have recently changed, contact Cheryl Barnes by post at 54 Duke St Grafton NSW 2460, or by phone on 0418 234 470 or 0266 421448. Alternatively, please contact Helen Weatherstone by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can't wait to see you all!