Last Saturday we were lucky enough to work at the brilliant Water to Water Festival. The festival was the first Indigenous music and culture festival to be held on the Mornington Peninsula.
Easily for us the festival was being held 5 minutes from our house at the Briars Historic Park in Mount Martha so at 8am we drove the Wagon up and started setting up. The day started off spookily foggy (which made for some great shots of the wagon!) but gradually turned in to a beautifully sunny day.
There were great singers, dancers, fellow food stalls, didgeridoo lessons, face painting (in a tee-pee!), traditional art lessons, massages, the local radio station and the list goes on.
Pizza Wagon was very busy and sold 180 pizzas that day, happily we had a helping hand from our friends Sam and Nina who were very good at taking orders from a covered in flour Hannah and a covered in soot Zak.
Thank you to Baany to Warrna Ngargee for having us and to our contact person Annie-Rose for being so lovely to work with, hopefully we'll see you next year!