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The Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival is renowned for its ambience and beautiful atmosphere. Be part of it by holding a stall at the festival. A fun and inspiring way to network and get involved.

The Community Village runs over the the Saturday & Sunday period of the 3-day festival, 3pm onwards.


Community not-for-profit groups are able to set up an information stall in the Community Village, which meanders delightfully along sections of shady foreshore, (dependent on the size of power requirements - a financial contribution may be required).  Groups, schools, orgs, and special interest clubs share what they do and interact with the festival goers and one another.

Craft and Activity sharing and other interesting stalls are also welcome to register to set up a stall.


To discuss your Stall or get in touch:

Community Village Coordinator -

Join us in our challenge to make our festival a #WasteWiseSeabreeze - More info here!



The Ripple Effect was named because our aim is to generate a ripple of positive conversations about Darwin and the Top End.


The solar powered space began in 2017 and talks focused on our environment, climate change panel discussions, DIY sustainability presentations, with special guest Professor Tim Flannery joining our local professors, scientists and innovative thinkers bringing the inaugural Ripple Effect to fruition.


In 2019 the brief was broadened to include conversations about all kinds of fascinating initiatives which support the sustainable and harmonious development of our community and the DIY Workshops element expanded, incorporating the Nightcliff Sports Club as well as the original foreshore site at Kite Surfers Corner.

When the festival moved online, in response to the Covid 19 lockdowns, the 2020 Ripple Effect was not left behind, and even in those strict lockdowns and regulations to keep us all safe, the expert thinkers and sharers of the clever Environmental Sustainability sector were malleable and innovative and still able to share their messages and workshops online with us.

Expressions of interest are open for 2024

For more information contact:

Ripple Effect Coordinator, Dr Amanda Lilleyman


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