Tumut's Festival of the Falling Leaf wouldn't be possible without the generous support of our sponsors.

Become a valued Festival Supporter

Are you interested in promoting your business and supporting Tumut's annual Festival of the Falling Leaf?   

If you would like to become a sponsor please download our sponsorship proposal here:


By sponsoring the Festival you will be contributing not just to the Festival but to the wider Tumut community.  

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Festival. Email ​festivalofthefallingleaf@gmail.com 


Visy Pulp and Paper - PLATINUM SPONSOR

Proud sponsors of Tumut's Festival of the Falling Leaf.

www.visy.com.au for more information.

About Us

Visy is a leading, privately owned packaging and resource recovery company, with more than 120 sites across Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Vietnam and trading offices across Asia, Europe and the USA.

At Visy we've always looked at things differently. Where most see waste, we see opportunity. 

This innovative nature is stronger today than ever before. Not happy to rest on our achievements, we now strive to create a world where rubbish is a thing of the past and everything is recyclable.

At the same time, we are seeking new ways to package the world. Ones that make transport more efficient, create less waste and wow people when they see our creations on the shelves.


Proud sponsors of the Festival of the Falling Leaf and Snowy Hydro Gala Day.

Visit our website www.snowyhydro.com.au

Community Partnerships

Snowy Hydro Limited is a proud supporter of many organisations. We support tourism, education, safety and youth development within both the local and broader community.

Snowy Hydro is committed to supporting the local communities of the Snowy Mountains.  One of the major ways in which we can assist these communities is through partnering in different local events or programs that are run in these areas.

Some of our local partnerships include the Upper Murray ChallengeTumut Festival of the Falling LeafCorryong “Man from Snowy River” Festival and the Tumbafest.

Snowy Hydro is also involved in supporting services for the betterment of communities in our region. These include support to local Lions Club, the Sir William Hudson nursing home and Tumut Community Radio.

Snowy Hydro and its people are as committed to the community as we were when the Scheme began over 60 years ago.  Snowy Hydro sees a bright future for the region, where we will continue to grow with the communities that helped build the Snowy Mountains Scheme.


Proud sponsors of the Festival of the Falling Leaf and Coles Street Parade. 

Visit our website www.coles.com.au For lower prices every day!

Proud to be Coles

Under Wesfarmers’ ownership, a new management team led the turnaround of Coles to restore pride in the Coles brand and developed a six-point plan to give the people of Australia a shop they trust, delivering quality, service and value.

Coles invested in significant changes to improve the customer experience, including the roll-out of new-format stores, lowering prices as part of its ‘Down Down’ campaign and investing in its team members to create a culture of selling and serving with personality. From 2010, Coles launched a string of animal welfare and responsible sourcing initiatives including phasing out sow-stalls for pig farming and committing to cage-free Coles brand eggs.

Beyond 2017, there is still much to do to deliver consistent high quality fresh food, successful long term partnerships with suppliers and continue to lower the weekly shop for customers.

Snowy Valleys Council - PLATINUM SPONSOR

Proud sponsors of Tumut's Festival of the Falling Leaf.

Visit our website: www.snowyvalleys.nsw.gov.au



Proud sponsors of Tumut's Festival of the Falling Leaf.

Visit our website www.mcdonalds.com.au

How we work

McDonald's Australia Limited is an unlisted Australian public company. It's a franchise business with more than two thirds of Australian restaurants owned and operated by individual businessmen and women. The remainder of the restaurants are owned and run by the company.

Our Vision & Values

Our corporate values appear in everyday working life and guide our strategic direction and corporate planning.

  • We place the customer experience at the core of all we do
  • We are committed to our people
  • We believe in the McDonald’s System
  • We operate our business ethically
  • We give back to our communities
  • We grow our business profitably
  • We strive continually to improve

Sounds of the Mountains


Proud sponsors of the Festival of the Falling Leaf.

Visit our website:  www.fm963.com.au

About Us

Sounds of the Mountains is a fully licensed, non-profit community radio station covering the Tumut and Gundagai Shires. The station’s volunteers make up the majority of the team at Sounds of the Mountains and through their invaluable assistance the station operates 24 hours a day.

Training courses happen regularly and involve local volunteers. For more details on training programs contact the station.

The radio station is the locally recognised electronic medium for the immediate dissemination and distribution of emergency information. This role covers everything from bushfire alerts, snow-affected highways and roads to floods and severe thunderstorm warnings.

Along these lines, the station has the proven reputation of broadcasting live from the studios or the location of the emergency 24 hours a day in case of an emergency event, such as a bushfire threatening life and property around the South West Slopes/Riverina Highlands region.  

The station provides a continuous and well supported service of announcing upcoming community events and lost & found items as well as providing a valuable forum for the local schools, churches, local interest groups, local community and local government groups and organisations to broadcast regular news and information.

Frequent and relevant local and nationally-focused interviews are also a major part of the daily programming of the station.

First Super


First Super is an industry super fund. 
That means we are run only to benefit our members.

We welcome all Australians regardless of their occupation or location but we have particularly strong links to the furniture and joinery industry, the pulp and paper industry and the timber industry.

When it comes to super, most Australians want the same things: real value, real service and real returns. Which is probably why we have over 64,000 members who trust us to manage more than $2.6 Billion of their hard-earned savings as at March 2017. First Super supports over 11,000 employers ranging from small, medium to large size businesses, Australia-wide.

Visit our website firstsuper.com.au
Be sociable with First Super 

First Super Member Services Team: 1300 360 988
First Super Employer Services Team: 1300 943 171


Tumut and Adelong Times


Tumut & Adelong Times are a proud sponsor of the Festival of the Falling Leaf.

Visit our website: www.tatimes.com.au

About Us

Wilkie Watson Publications is a family-owned printing and publishing company that has been operating for over 100 years, producing newspapers and a wide range of commercial printing work.

Our in-house capabilities include coldset web presses, sheetfed offset and digital presses, computer to plate pre-press equipment and a bindery operation, operating from our Tumut factory.

We print for some of Australia’s largest corporations and take pride in the long-term relationships we have developed with our clients.

Club Tumut


Club Tumut are proud to sponsor the Festival of the Falling Leaf.

Find us at: 24-30 Richmond Street, Tumut
Phone: 02 6947 2358

Crawford Glass & Aluminium


Proud sponsors of Tumut's Festival of the Falling Leaf.


Friends of the Festival


Thank you to the following businesses for their other generous sponsorship:

Festival Supporters

Thanks to the following supporters
Hello World Tumut
Tumut Valley Appliances
The Salon
Kats Whiskers Cafe
Dean Ryan
Royal Hotel
Tumut Toast Masters