Maitland Heritage Fest 2021 11th ~ 13th June
Share, celebrate & promote Maitland’s diverse history.
From indigenous communities dating back thousands of years, the arrival of the cedar getters, conflict, European settlement, land grants, to rapid growth of agriculture and commerce, contemporary Maitland is a product of its rich past. Maitland Heritage Fest 2021 is a community event aiming to share, celebrate and promote Maitland’s history by way of historically inspired displays, activities, entertainment, demonstrations, and food.
Celebrate the opening of Maitland Heritage Fest 2021 with a dinner event at the marvelous Mansfield House
Complimentary wine on arrival, wine pairing with 2 course meal & entertainment
Friday 11th June, 6:30 pm
Saturday night enjoy a Historic Perfomance of Mindaribba Waltz at Sun Street Studios
Piano Recital of the Mindaribba Waltz & other compositions published circa 1895 by Maitland’s own composer Henry C. “Harry” Hyndes.
Performed by the talented Ms Erin Sweetman, graduate with honors from Newcastle Conservatorium.
Saturday night 12th June
And on the Sunday 13th ~ Devonshire Tea & Tours:
Tour 1: Heritage Walk, Tour of Mansfield & Devonshire Tea
Take a guide walk around Mansfield & Churches Precinct, plus a tour of the beautifully restored Mansfield House, enjoy a Devonshire Tea in one of Mansfields marvelous rooms
Sunday 13th June 2:00 pm
Tour 2: Mansfield House Tour & Devonshire tea
Celebrate Maitland Heritage Fest 2021
with a tour of the beautifully restored Mansfield House
and a delicious Devonshire tea in one of its marvelous rooms.
Sunday 13the June 3:30 pm
Church Street Precinct Community Event ~
12th to 13th June
Stalls, food, information & entertainment & more tours!
National trust properties Brough House & Grossman House
Relax and enjoy the welcoming gardens or Brough House & Grossman House. Free entry to the gardens.. Refreshments on sale.
Free entry to Brough House & its exhibits
Guided tours of Grossman Housw –
$5 per person (children free)
Maitland Heritage Fest acknowledges Aboriginal peoples as the First Peoples of this Country and the Wonnarua People as the Traditional Custodians, Owners and knowledge holders of the land and waterways within the Maitland Area. We pay respect to all Aboriginal Elders, past and present and recognise the unbroken deep cultural and spiritual connection Aboriginal people have with this Country.
A thank you to the generous sponsors of Mailtand Heritage Fest:
click on their logos to read more about their contribution and involvment in the Maitland community
or go to the Sponsors Page