An estimated crowd of 30,000 flocked to the Cronulla Spring Festival last weekend.
Weather conditions were slightly windy on Saturday but the crowds were able to enjoy the perfect Spring weather on Sunday.
This year the festival was not organised by Sutherland Shire Council but instead was run by Sold Out National Event Management, a local Sutherland Shire company, established in 1993.
They introduced several new features to this year’s festival including the expansion of the event into Monro Park which became a kids haven with the always popular face painting, petting zoo, laser tag and pony rides
The festival had 100 market stalls including food, arts and crafts, clothing, show bags and toys from all the quality brands along with most of the Cronulla CBD shops getting involved
There were three different entertainment stages, including one in Monro Park for the first time.
Kirrawee High School drew the biggest crowd to the main stage on Sunday morning with their polished performance and local music school "School of Rock" had a big Monro Park crowd entertained.
Local craft beer brewers Shark Island and Hairyman provided welcome relief in the newly-established licensed area along with a selection of drinks from the Airstream bar.