When: Saturday 11 February 2017
Time: 4pm -10pm ( Main Event)
2pm - 10pm (Carnival)
Fireworks finale at approx 10pm, fireworks time is dependent on weather conditions (Please ensure you arrive nice and early to ensure you don't miss out).
Location: Town Centre, Recreation Reserve, Caroline Springs.
Summersault is summer showcase of sensational music, food, artisan market shopping, rides and amusements – all topped off with a spectacular fireworks finale.
2pm - 10pm Carnival Rides and Amusements
2pm - 10pm A fusion of flavours with Food Trucks galore
4pm - 10pm Twilight Market Village
4pm - 10pm Main Stage Entertainment
4pm - 10pm Youth Chill Out Zone
Approx 10pm Woodlea Fireworks Finale
TWILIGHT MARKET VILLAGE
With something for everyone, the Twilight Market Village will feature over a staggering EIGHTY incredible boutique market stalls promising an eclectic mix of designer fashion, accessories, giftware, jewellery, ceramics, woodcrafts, kids items and much, much more.
FOODIE'S TRAILER PARK
Enjoy the alfresco atmosphere and main stage entertainment as you select from a huge range of Melbourne's finest food trucks. Featuring a fusion of flavours from around the world, we guarantee there'll be something to satisfy even the most discerning foodie.
This year's line up of Trailers includes (in alphabetical order);
- Chilli Express
- Food Coma
- Healthy Slushies
- Kurbside Kravings
- Melbourne's Famous Poffertjes
- Nee High Apple Pies
- Oh My Grill
- Pasta Face
- Refresher Truck
- Sliders on Tyres
- Snaggas Healthy Sausages
- Spanish Gourmet
- Tasty Tatters
- The Flying Calamari Brothers
- The Frying Dutchman
- Timboon Ice Cream
- Traditional Baked Potatoes
- TW Streat
- Twisted Mac
- 3 Lil Monsters & a Pizza Truck
Shaded seating areas will be provided.
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MORE INFORMATION ON SUMMERSAULT 2017
The best place to view the fireworks is from the Main Stage area.
WARNING FOR PET OWNERS
Fireworks, whilst entertaining for humans, can be a little scary for our four legged friends. Please ensure your pets are suitably restrained/brought inside prior to the fireworks being let off. This will prevent them from getting out and getting themselves lost after the event.
WHAT TO BRING
Summersault is a celebration of summer - bring a hat and sunscreen to make sure you stay burn free. Melbourne likes to show four seasons in one day - so if it looks like it might rain, pack a poncho just in case!
Can we bring our own food, chairs and picnic rugs?
Yes, your are permitted to bring your own food and beverages (no alcohol). It is also recommended that you bring your own chairs and picnic rugs.
Can we bring/purchase alcohol at this event?
No, Summersault is an alcohol free event!
ROAD CLOSURES AND TIMES
As in previous years, a number of full and partial road closures affecting access to your area will be in place on Saturday 11 February 2017, between the hours of 8am and 11.30pm. Please read below and take note of the road closures provided here which will help minimise any disruption to your household.
From Lake Street to College Street
8am until 11pm
From The Crossing to College Street
8am until 11pm
From Brunton Avenue to The Parade
9pm until 10.30pm (for fireworks)
PARKING AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Is there public transport available?
Yes, buses are running as per normal Saturday timetables. For information, call Public Transport Victoria on 1800 800 007 or visit ptv.vic.gov.au.
Where can the public park their cars?
The public can park anywhere near the event site as long as they follow road regulations and don't block residential/business driveways. Please note the road closures and times. Less hassle, less fuss.
Is there any designated ACCESS parking?
Yes, easy access parking is available along The Parade, please turn in and show your accessible parking permit to gain entry.
Will first aid be on site?
Yes, we will have first aid services on site for the duration of the event.
Will Police be present?
Yes, Victoria Police will be at the event for the full duration of the event.
Will additional toilets be available?
Yes, additional toilets including accessible toilets will be brought in for the duration of the event.
Does the event have baby change and breast feeding facilities?
Yes, baby change and breast feeding facilities will be available on site located near first aid. Please note - microwave or heating facilities are not available at Summersault.
Will there be a Lost Children's point?
Yes, a Lost Children's point has been allocated and will be manned for the duration of the event Located next to first aid and The Main Stage. Paper wrist bands will be available at Lost Children's for parents to write their phone number on and attached to their child - in the instance they wander off.
A Council photographer will be taking some happy snaps on the day! We'll share these on our social media and websites. If you're a bit "camera shy" and don't want your photo taken - just let our photographer and/or our event staff know on the day!
Share your photos on the day.....simply upload to your Facebook and #summersaultcarolinesprings.
SUMMERSAULT IS A DRONE FREE ZONE - anyone found to be flying drones will have their drones confiscated until after the event.
Professional photography/videography at Summersault is not allowed without prior consent from Council. Please forward any written requests to the Events department at email@example.com. Requests will be taken up until 5pm on Wednesday 8 February 2017.
Please direct all other media enquiries to the Melton City Council Communications department on 9747 7200.
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We look forward to seeing you all there.
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For further information about Summersault 2017, please email our Events and Culture team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9747 7200.