The City of Parramatta Eisteddfod Society Inc.


October 2020 Update. The Executive Committee of The City of Parramatta Eisteddfod Society Inc advises that The City of Parramatta Eisteddfod, Speech and Drama, for 2021 will go ahead in accordance with the Society's registered Covid-19 Safety Plan.

The City of Parramatta Eisteddfod Society Inc. will continue to monitor and take into account any changes to relevant rules announced by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Governments of Australia and New Southh Wales regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Maintaining the good health of all associated with the Eisteddfod is the Society's priority.

The City of Parramatta Eisteddfod Society Inc Covid-19 Safety Plan effective 1 July, 2020 can be found by clicking Covid-19 Safety Plan[.pdf]

The 2021 Syllabus and set pieces will be available in November 2021. The Syllabus will be available on this website and will also be posted to teachers as per previous years. Set Pieces will need to be ordered from the Convenor who will post the set pieces upon receipt of payment as outlilned in the 2021 Syllabus.

In accordance with the Eisteddfod Society's Covid-19 Safety Plan, conditions of entry to the hall will change for 2021. As assembly rules are subject to change, details regarding the number of adults per competitor permitted to attend as members of the audience inside the hall will be provided to registered teachers and on this website closer to the date of the Eisteddfod.

As at October 2020, as a condition of entry to the hall, adults will be required to adhere to a Covid-19 vetting procedure as per the Society's Covid-19 Safety Plan. The entry conditions include agreeing to all of the following:-

- to not enter the hall until directed to do so by an official of the Society

- to leave the premises immediately if so directed by an official of the Society.

- to recording of your name and contact phone number for Covid-19 tracing purposes

- the compulsory use of hand sanitiser

- the compulsory wearing of a mask by adults - children optional

- to be seated as directed by the Society's officials, maintaining social distancing

- to adhering to any other Covid-19 Safe directions given by the Society's officials.

Venue for 2021

Dundas Area Neighbourhood Centre (next to the Library)
21 Sturt Street

Click Location Map to open Location Map for Dundas Area Community/Neighbourhood Centre.

2021 Entry Fee to Sessions at Venue

Description Fee Per SESSION
Not per day
Adult $5
Concession Card Holders and
Full Time Students
Pre-schoolers (5 yrs and under)Free
Adult Season Ticket
Entry to all Sessions

Closing Date

Section Closing Date
Speech & Drama Friday, 19th March, 2021

Major Awards

Section First Prize Second Prize Third Prize

Scholarship - Speech & Drama

Entry Fee $30.00

$2000 $500


(Bankstown Eisteddfod Memorial Award)

For Other Prizes see Syllabus