Community Parade

Orange Blossom Festival Street Parade Returns to Rouse Hill Town Centre

Saturday 21 September 2024 - 11am - 4pm at Rouse Hill Town Centre, Rouse Hill

The much-loved Orange Blossom Festival (OBF) is the largest annual event in The Hills and this year sees the return of  the OBF Parade at Rouse Hill Town Centre on Saturday 21 September. 

Residents, visitors and foodies alike are invited to enjoy the carnival atmosphere for a fun day out for the whole family.



Bluey and her little sister Bingo will be joining the parade

BLUEY TM and BLUEY character logos TM & © Ludo Studio Pty Ltd 2018


Bluey and her little sister Bingo will be joining the parade on Main Street at Rouse Hill Town Centre on Saturday, 21 September – For real life.

Afterwards come and see everyone’s favourite Heelers in person for smiles, photos and plenty of flossing of course!

Catch this adorable duo and their friends on the Town Square Stage for two Live Interactive Experiences at 12pm and 1pm.

Get ready to play Magic Asparagus, Magic Xylophone, Keepy Uppy and more with your favourite Heeler duo.



OBF Parade Event from 11am - 4pm


The iconic OBF parade returns to Rouse Hill Town Centre, even bigger and better than last year.

With more community groups, performers and activations including:

  • The Hills Council tent featuring Council Services, Information and Giveaways
  • Stage with community entertainment
  • Roving Performers
  • Bluey and her little sister Bingo
  • Free entertainment including face painting and a potting workshop
  • This year we will also include a sensory space in the Secret Garden. 


Would You Like to Participate in the Orange Blossom Festival Parade

Apply using the form below - email your completed form to

Invitation to Participate in the 2024 Orange Blossom Festival Parade(PDF, 187KB)


The 2024 festival has expanded to  three major events, the OBF Night Markets, the iconic OBF Parade (see below) and the new Taste of Wisemans event in Wisemans Ferry.

A range of Orange Blossom Festival Associated Events (TBA) organised and delivered by community groups, will also run throughout September as part of the month-long festival.


OBF Street Parade Program*



On the Main Stage


*Schedule and event details subject to change.



Access and Inclusion

A Social Story has been developed to help people with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and may also be useful for other people with learning and intellectual disorders to understand what to expect when coming to our event. It prepares them for social situations by providing clear information about what will happen and what typical responses might be.

Download the Orange Blossom Festival Parade Social Story(PDF, 10MB)


Getting Here

Rouse Hill Town Centre is located on Windsor Road, Rouse Hill.

We recommend travelling to the event via the Sydney Metro or bus network with access directly to the parade. Plan your trip at

Bus Information is available here.