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The Seddon Festival

The annual Seddon Festival showcases a unique inner-west community village as it comes alive with performers, kids' activities and the great waiters' race. The Festival brings people of all ages together to showcase the local community through its music, art, crafts. The popular cafes and restaurants move outdoors for the day, to create a boulevard of activity around music, food, wine; the Great Waiters race, and the dog show. The Hub of the Seddon Village is Victoria Street and Charles Street Seddon. One of the oldest villages in the inner West of Melbourne, according to heritage Victoria, the Seddon Residential & Commercial Precinct is one of the best preserved Edwardian residential enclaves in Victoria, expressive of the growth that accompanied the introduction of the railway which, incidentally, is a great way to travel to the Festival as both the Seddon and Middle Footscray train stations are a just short distance from all the activities.

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