National Trust Property, Como House and Garden
Corner Williams Road & Lechlade avenue | South Yarra
BE INVOLVED IN PARIS TO PROVENCE
Each year Paris to Provence puts together 75 stalls and exhibitors representing everything French in Melbourne as well as interstate French organisations & companies. In 2018 there will be several openings for new businesses ranging from French food, travel and tourism, children's, boutique, brocante, lifestyle and more. Please only apply if your business is legitimately French / French product / you are French.
If you wish to know more information on becoming a stall holder in 2018 - Apply Here.
If you love France and its culture then perhaps you may like to volunteer at the festival. Many opportunities exist in different areas to put your French skills to the test, network with other Frenchies and have a fabulous time socialising at the festival. You do not have to be a fluent french speaker to apply but we require attendance for the entire duration of the festival, plus availability for a training before the event. See Here
Fundraising or Contra
Opportunities exist for fundraising. If you have a group that is interested in providing a service at the festival, contact us now to discuss your involvement and opportunities on raising money for your group / school.
Prizes & Sponsorship
If you would like a creative sponsorship opportunity to promote your brand in the French community and beyond, contact us now. These exist at a sponsorship level, advertising in the Paris to Provence magazine or by contributing a prize.
There are two convenient entrances.
1. Lechlade Avenue - pre purchased tickets only. This is the speediest entry point.
2. Williams Road - purchase tickets on the day
There is plenty of free parking in surrounding streets. Como Park North will be a temporary carpark exclusively for the festival, on all three days. At only 400 metres walk from Como house and garden, this will be the best place for parking.
Conveniently located minutes from the CBD, and accessible by all modes of public transport including bus, train and tram.
A drop off point directly in front of the Williams road gate will be made available and the grounds are wheelchair friendly.