Central Coast 6th annual Ukulele Festival

The 6th Annual Central Coast Ukulele Festival starts tomorrow Thursday 21st September 2017 – Sunday 24th September 2017, Memorial Park, The Entrance Foreshore  New South Wales

We have an exciting event ready for you to enjoy. Check out our program

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This event is made possible due to the ongoing support from the following organizations and people

  • Central Coast Ukulele Club
  • Central Coast Council
  • 2GO and Sea FM
  • Diggers@The Entrance
  • Jacks Music Newcastle
  • Music Centre Gosford
  • Koaloha Ukulele Hawaii
  • Travel Managers – as individual as you are
  • Mr T. Hyland
  • Buskuleles
  • Blake James
  • The Old Bank Café
  • Mi Cantina
  • RFS Ourimbah
  • ABC Radio – Scott Levi
  • NBN news – Central Coast
  • Lauren Kitney
  • Callan Micallef
  • Deb selby and Vickie Dean
  • Liz Kitney, Rob Kitney
  • LA Flowerland


  • Central Coast Community First Aid
  • Public Toilets are located to the right of the stage at the end of the building
  • Check out our fantastic stalls with amazing gifts and festival goodies
  • Check out the delicious array of food vendors here today
  • Want to buy a ukulele you can do that too


We are selling 3 individual raffles with brilliant prizes.

The Big Raffle One. The Prizes are:-

Ken Done signed CCUF Print

Ron Macquarrie beautifully hand made ukulele tenor

Leho solid body UBass with case (Blue) 

(total prize package value over $2500)

Raffle Two. The Prize is

A beautufil Koaloha concert ukulele KCO-10 Opio concert from Hawaii

(value over $1000)

Raffle Three. The Prize is

A brilliant  ukulele package – A Cordoba Concert Ukulele with case and tuner

(value over $400)

for our RFS – Donations


On Sat 14th October Angela who is part of the Ourimbah RFS will be climbing the iconic Sydney Tower along with hundreds of fire fighters as quickly as possible in full structural firefighting ensemble to raise money and awareness of Motor Neuron Disease (MND)

Teams of firefighters will race to climb all 1504 stairs (98 Floors) of the Sydney Tower Eye each carrying an additional 20KG of gear.

It will be a gruelling challenge but nothing comparison to the challenge patients with MND face everyday.

Anyone wishing to make a donation please see the RFS in the Memorial Park.

Cant wait to see you at The Central Coast Ukulele Festival

Memorial Park, The Entrance Foreshore  New South Wales