A lively crowd came to dance and drink wine on Easter Saturday for the 2019 Griffith Vintage Festival.
The festival had a massive turnout, with over 2000 partygoers packing the green lawns of the old Miranda Winery.
By April 15 every last ticket had been sold, making it the third consecutive year of sell-out success.
Festival organiser Carrah Lymer said everything had gone as well as she could have possibly hoped for.
"We had beautiful sunny weather, and there was lots of wine and beer to enjoy," Ms Lymer said.
"Everyone had a good time and they were up and dancing well into the evening."
On the day there were live performances from three local bands, who rocked out on stage in front of an adoring crowd of slightly tipsy festivalgoers.
The festival put an emphasis on what Griffith has to offer, featuring local bands, local food stands, and wine from 10 local wineries.
The festivities began at 12pm noon on April 20 before wrapping up in the evening at 6pm.
The Griffith Vintage Festival was just one of the events held over the jam-packed Easter long weekend.
On Thursday Griffith Rotary held its produce and craft market, on Good Friday the Griffith Pioneer Park Museum held an Olden Day Fair, and on Saturday businesses held an Easter sidewalk sale - just to name a few.
Over the four-day Griffith Easter Party several vineyards flung open their doors to visitors, who got the chance to try the wine and savour the sights.
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