Sunday 2nd August 2015 - 9am - 4pm

On Sunday August 2nd, a host of Sydney’s favourite artists, fashion designers, musicians and foodies will lend their time and talent in support of The Girl’s and Boys Brigade’s annual Surry Hills community fete, Wonder 103, in an effort to raise funds for the children attending the 130-year-old charity.

From 9am – 4pm, the annual fete brings with it impressive things to make, buy, eat, see and do with confirmed stalls from the following talent:

  • Gelato from MESSINA (Proud Sponsors of Wonder 103)
  • Flower Crowns by Dr. Lisa Cooper
  • A colourful sock stall from Vanishing Elephant
  • Party Hats and Church Farm soaps from jeweler, Elke Kramer &artist Kate Hurst
  • Temporary tattoos ‘hand-scribed’ by celebrated Bondi tattoo artist, Rick Vaughan
  • Finger Puppets by artist Nadia Hernandez
  • Hair styling and braids by PREMA Surry Hills
  • Nail Art by N.P.A.A.
  • Meat Rolls by The Lamb Man
  • Craft by Ms Candy Sparkles
  • Kooky portraits by In An Instant
  • Music by the ZOO BOYZ

The event will see attendees have the chance to win much desired raffle prizes throughout the day as well as bid on professional artwork and photography in a curated silent auction.

 Raffle prizes include:

  • Designer sunglasses from PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi
  • A MARIMEKKO homewares dinner set
  • A SABA gift voucher valued
  • Jewellery from Dinosaur Designs

Artwork and photography for the silent auction will include works from the following creative talent:

  • Daniel Boyd
  • Hugh Stewart
  • Justin Ridler
  • Barry Patenaude
  • Bec Parsons and Bart Celestino

And if you can’t attend, or even if you can, you can support the Wonder 103 Crowdfunding Campaign that features rewards such as: 

  • A Gelato Messina Class Pass
  • Dinner vouchers to Toko or Queenies
  • A Monster Children pack
  • A Work-Shop Class pass
  • A year’s pass to AMF Bowling

 Visit the crowdfunding website here:

All proceeds from Wonder 103 will go directly to The Girls & Boys Brigade, who believe that all children deserve a positive future.

To achieve this the Brigade provides a safe and trusting place for the local children and youth to socialise and build resilience, practical life skills and healthy relationships through recreation activities, educational help and individual support.

The Brigade cares for children, youth and their families who often experience significant socio-economic challenges in their lives. They welcome cultural diversity and respect differing family values and circumstances.

The Brigade would like to invite all adults, children and families to attend the Wonder 103 Fete on August 2nd to not only experience a day of creativity and fun but to assist in raising funds for the beloved community charity who endeavour to break the cycle of disadvantage through educational and emotional support.

Wonder 103 is proudly supported by: