The annual Steampunk Fair might be held over a weekend, says Goulburn Mulwaree Council events officer Angela Remington.
About 2000 people attended this year’s event which housed 15 food stalls and 20 market stalls along the Historic Waterworks.
Ms Remington said whilst these were similar numbers to last year, there were more attendees travelling into Goulburn from outside of the district.
“We’re delighted with the attendance and the feedback. Many have said that they would like it over two days, for it to be bigger, more entertainment, activities for kids and seating,” she said.
“We will suggest next year for it to go over two days after there is a budget put together.”
Close to one hundred people volunteered their time for the event including multiple Goulburn Mulwaree council staff, NSW Rural Fire Service, Parks and Gardens and many more.
Council organisers have already shortlisted a few ideas for next year’s theme.
“If there is a second day this may mean more workshops, talks, and activities in other locations,” she said.