Cretan Association of Sydney & NSW’s Paniyiri at Peats Ridge set to return


The much-loved Cretan Paniyiri at Peats Ridge in the Central Coast region of New South Wales is set to return this year on Saturday, February 18.

The paniyiri is being organised by the Cretan Association of Sydney & NSW and will be held at farmland at 2 Bushells Road, Peats Ridge from 4pm until late.

The annual celebration will mirror a traditional Cretan festival with live music and classic Cretan food and drink.

Guests will also enjoy live music on the night by entertainers all the way from Crete including Nikos Karkanis, Timmoleon Savvakis and Manousos Kounalakis.

Tickets for the Cretan Paniyiri are $90 for adults and $50 for children (aged 3 – 12), with children under 2 years old entering for free. Tickets can be purchased here:




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