Tracy Cooper and Tony Cook have been involved in the Munchie Festival since 2007 and have enjoyed it immensely.
The two were joined by Jason Whitelock for the event’s inaugural season.
Cook said it was an experience that will always live on.
“It was a big year for us, it was the biggest event we’ve ever been involved with,” Cook said.
The first Munchy Festival started in 2015 in Munch, South Australia, and continues in Adelaide and Canberra.””
I would have loved to have done it for a lot longer, but it’s been a fantastic experience.”
The first Munchy Festival started in 2015 in Munch, South Australia, and continues in Adelaide and Canberra.
“I’ve been involved for a long time with Munch,” Whitelocks mother said.
“There was a lot of work behind the scenes and it’s nice to get back in the swing of things and see the community that’s come together for a really big festival.”
Read more about the Munties Festival:The Munchys Festival has raised more than $2 million for the Children’s Hospital of South Australia and the Childrens’ Medical Research Centre.
Cook and Whiteluck have also been active in other community projects including the community and sporting projects at the Adelaide Rugby Club.
“We’ve been very active in helping with the Adelaide Football Club and the City of Adelaide,” Whitlock said.
Read more:Read moreAbout MunchIES:The inaugural season saw more than 400 people make their way to the festival and Cook said he was pleased with the turnout.
“This year we’ve got a lot more people coming,” Cook added.
“People are going to the Mooties to see the show and I’m sure that’s going to continue to grow over the next few years.”Read More