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Northern Rivers Autumn Fair Food Competitions – Entry Form

Judging will take place at the Northern Rivers Harvest Autumn Fair at the North Byron Parklands on April 27th
  • Please select which competition/s you would like to enter (you can read more about each competition below)

Kids – Fruit & Vegetable Sculpture Competition

Sculpture is a hot topic in the Northern Rivers – just look at the roundabout in Byron Shire, or Lismore’s Arc sculpture. It’s time to let loose the creativity of our kids to create a true home-grown sculpture we can all be proud of.

Judging will take place at the Harvest Autumn Fair at the North Byron Parklands on April 27th
Special points awarded for use locally grown produce

Age category: 6-12 years

Entry Fee – $2 per entry – multiple entries allowed – to be paid at the Fair

Rules
• All categories of vegetables and fruits can be used. Connections with toothpicks, skewers, etc. should not be seen
• Judging will be on overall artistic appearance with special points awarded for use of locally grown produce

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Kids – Northern Rivers Cookie Champion

Who is the Northern Rivers Junior Cookie Champion? Enter your best homemade cookies to claim ultimate victory as Northern Rivers Junior Champion Cookie Baker!
Judging will take place at the Harvest Autumn Fair at the North Byron Parklands on April 27th
Special points awarded for use locally grown produce

Age category: 6-12 years

Entry Fee – $2 per product- multiple entries are allowed- to be paid at the Fair

Rules
5 cookies per entry to be received, two for judging, the rest for display
Judging will be on presentation, taste and texture with special points awarded for use locally grown produce

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The Paddington Marmalade Battle!

What marmalade would Paddington eat if he lived in the Rainforests of the Northern Rivers? Enter your best marmalade in the inaugural Northern Rivers Paddington Marmalade Battle
Judging will take place at the Harvest Autumn Fair at the North Byron Parklands on April 27th
Special points awarded for use locally grown produce

Entry Fee – $10 per entry– multiple entries allowed – to be paid at the Fair
to be paid at the Fair
This fee will be used to cover the costs of the competition

Rules
Jar or bottle volume must be equal to greater than 150ml
2 of each entry to be received, one for judging, one for display
Judging will be on presentation, taste (what would Paddington eat), flavour balance and texture
Additional points for local seasonal ingredients

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Feeling Pickled – Fermenting an Idea!

Enter your best pickle or ferment in the inaugural Northern Rivers Pickle and Ferment competition. Let your pickle, sauerkraut and kimchi talents run free to become our Pickle and ferment Champion.
Judging will take place at the Harvest Autumn Fair at the North Byron Parklands on April 27th
Special points awarded for use locally grown produce
Apply below!

Entry Fee – $10 per entry – multiple entries allowed – to be paid at the Fair
This fee will be used to cover the costs of the competition

Rules
Jar or bottle volume must be equal to greater than 150ml
2 of each entry to be received, one for judging, one for display
Judging will be on presentation, taste and texture
Additional points for local seasonal ingredients

Download COMPETITION RULES

A “Very Byron Cake”

Byron has a reputation for anything goes – in this unique cake competition all ingredients must be edible and legal to eat!!
This is a cake competition to explore your inner wild and show us in cake form what Byron means to you. There will be a prize for most delicious cake and one for “Byronly decorated”
Judging will take place at the Harvest Autumn Fair at the North Byron Special points awarded for use locally grown produce
Parklands on April 27th

Entry Fee – $10 per entry – to be paid at the Fair
This fee will be used to cover the costs of the competition

Rules
Judging will be on presentation, taste and texture with special points awarded for use locally grown produce

Download COMPETITION RULES