Welcome to the Community Page of the Summer Hill Website. Scroll down to find some of Summer’s Hill best food destinations and community outlets that will keep all ages occupied any day of the week.

Join Us at the Grains Festival

We are very excited to be hosting the inaugural Flour Mill of Summer Hill Grains Festival this Sunday 1 July from 10am to 3pm. The Festival will be a great opportunity for the Summer Hill community to come together and celebrate with great produce from Knafeh, Sonoma, Brickfields, Baked by Keiran, Brooklyn Boy Bagels, Farm Wholefoods, Young Henrys, Capital Brewing Co and many more. We are particularly pleased to provide support to Lewisham P&C who will be running a jumping castle to support the school and keep the kids entertained while you sample the delicious food. It is a great opportunity for you to meet the rest of the Flour Mill Community, introduce yourself to your future neighbours and start new friendships.

There is also a contest with prizes worth $5,000 to be won! Just come to the Grains Festival, take a photo of the community art installation, and upload it on Instagram. And don’t forget to tag us (@flourmillcommunity) in your photo.

And with a beautiful Winter’s day forecast the Festival will be a great opportunity to lift your gloomy winter spirits. So please come along, meet your neighbours and enjoy a lovely day that pays tribute to the iconic heritage of your new home! RSVP here.

Grains Festival

We’re inviting everyone to come and join us as we hold Australia’s first festival dedicated to grains at the Flour Mill. The Grains Festival is going to be held on Sunday, 1 July from 10am to 3pm. Expect a lot of good food and drinks!

There’s also a contest with prizes worth $5,000 to be won! Just come to the Flour Mill, take a photo of the community art installation, and upload it on Instagram. And don’t forget to tag us (@flourmillcommunity) in your photo!

Learn more about the event and the contest here.

Four Brave Women at The Trading Circle

More than just your average café, the soon to open Four Brave Women is run by refugee women. Every couple of weeks, a different team will take over the kitchen to prepare and cook food from their culture. The café is an initiative of the Trading Circle, a non-profit organisation that aims to empower women in developing countries to lift themselves out of poverty. The goal is to be able to provide opportunities for refugees to improve their skills and to learn more about running their own business. At the same time, it’s also an opportunity for the locals to get to know the refugees and to learn more about their culture.


Rice cake

For their first set of menus, Ethiopian-inspired breakfast and coffee will be served Mondays to Fridays from 6:30 am to 9:30 am. For lunch and dinner, the café will serve a Persian buffet on Tuesdays to Sundays from 11 am to 2 pm and 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm respectively.

Watch out for their grand opening on the evening of the 6th of April, Friday.

Located at 26 Lackey Street, Four Brave Women and The Trading Circle is just a couple of blocks away from the Flour Mill. Follow them on Facebook and on Instagram or check out their website to learn more about the organisation.

h/t SBS Australia


A huge thank you to everyone that took the opportunity to meet some of your new neighbours and existing residents from Bakers Quarters, Millers Retreat and the Wheat Silos at the Harvest Park festival.

The festival offered some great live music, a pop-up picnic and great drinks topped off with fresh gelato cones.

The weather was perfect for the festivities and we expect this to be the first of many community events that will be hosted in the park.