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23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

23.18 Norwest Smart City Festival promises a glimpse into the world of tomorrow

Mulpha will host its first Norwest Smart City Festival on Sunday 23 September at Bella Vista Farm Park from midday through to 9pm, showcasing cutting edge technology including robots, electric and remote control vehicles, and a driverless shuttle and drones.

Previously known as the Bella Vista Waters Community Festival, the entertainment this year will include interactive games and laser light shows, scientific experiments, a movie under the stars and an amazing treasure hunt via augmented reality plus a variety of exhibitions showcasing a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.

Mulpha Norwest General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The Festival is a great day out for all the family to celebrate the thriving community that lives and works here in Norwest.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a Smart City and strategic lifestyle and economic hub of the future.  We have sought to give festival-goers a taste of how the latest technology will be integrated into our future community here at Norwest. We have a great history and a very exciting future.”

The Festival is a great day out for all the family, offering something for every age group including the littlies with the animal farm, fairground rides and face painting. There will also be a range of food and drink stalls onsite, and a live stage will provide all-day live entertainment to listen and dance along, including fantastic prizes to be won.

With Bella Vista Farm the home of the first Merino Sheep Farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus industry, festival-goers can walk through Australian rural history. The original homestead and farm outbuildings dating from the grant to Joseph Foveaux in 1799 will be open for viewing or you can relax in the charming gardens and courtyard.

Parking is limited so best to leave the car at home. We also encourage you to bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup and do your part to help be a sustainable community.

Upcoming Events
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1Date : 01-02-2019Event :  Friday Happy Hour
2Date : 02-02-2019Event :  Voluntary Garden Keepers Group
4Date : 04-02-2019Event :  Live Life Get ActiveDate : 04-02-2019Event :  Group Fitness Training
5Date : 05-02-2019Event :  Norwest Community Association Meeting
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8Date : 08-02-2019Event :  Friday Coffee Club
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12Date : 12-02-2019Event :  Norwest Men's Group
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20Date : 20-02-2019Event :  Luncheon Ladies
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