After two attempts to beat the world record for the most number of redheads in the one place the organisers have decided to make some changes for 2019.
Event co-ordinator Rachael Brooking said the record attempt would not be part of the event in its third year.
She said the target of 1672 had proven too big a target for the event which she said would now have a new name and some different activities.
In the first year about 700 redheads were counted but with the crowd numbers clearly below the target in 2018 a count wasn't held.
"This year it will be named the Ginger Pride Festival," she said.
The event will include the crowning of a festival king and queen chosen from people at the event.
There would also be a competition to find the best beards on show.
Mrs Brooking said it was a pity the weekend's snow, which she joked would suit redheads, would not be repeated when the event was held on October 5.
"Sunscreen will be required, there will be a sunscreen station so don't fear," she said in a post on the event's Facebook site.
Sunscreen will be required, there will be a sunscreen station so don't fear.Event co-ordinator Rachael Brooking
"We look forward to seeing you on October the 5th, Saturday, the long weekend in Orange for the Ginger Pride Festival."
She said the event would again be at Wade Park from 10am-4pm.
Mrs Brooking said the focus was on being a family fun day and people did not need to have red hair to join in the fun.
"[There will be] great local food, stalls, an awesome unlimited children's play area and great local entertainment. Not to mention our Ginger Alley where you will find all things ginger," she said.
Admission is via a gold coin entry for adults.
Children under 14 will cost $10 with unlimited play on all jumping castles, face painting and other activities. Children under 3 will have free entry.
The event will again serve to raise awareness for Huntington's Disease.
This year it is on Saturday August 31 starting at 11am in Robertson Park with registrations from 10am.
It coincides with the start of Huntington's Awareness Month which is September.
Mrs Brooking said activities apart from the walk would include face painting, music, a raffle and a sausage sizzle at the CWA Hall.