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Art in the Park

132 Victoria Street, Cardwell QLD 4849
Bringing artistic expression out into a shared community space, it creates opportunities for everyone to engage with, be challenged by and be inspired by art in its many forms. Set along the Cardwell Foreshore. There will be a great variety of media including pottery, glass, jewelry, furniture, woodworking, fiber, paintings, photography, and apparel handmade by the various artists....
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2020 Sunshine Coast Daily Careers Expo

Sportsman Parade, Bokarina QLD 4575
The 18th Annual Sunshine Coast Daily Careers Expo presents an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in education and training or those seeking professional career development and employment opportunities. With exhibitors including Universities, private education providers, TAFE institutes, graduate employment, Defence Force recruiting, student support services and employers, this Careers Expo provides a unique opportunity to find everything related to education and employment, under one roof. Keep an eye on their Facebook page as visitors have the chance to win multiple prizes! For more information on the Expo, please visit their website and click on the Sunshine CoastTab. The expo will be on from 10am to 2pm and 3.00pm to 6.00pm. Admission is free!...
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Free Guided Maryborough Heritage Walk Tour

Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Take a guided walking tour of the city with one of their local guides. Dressed in period costume, the guide will help you discover Maryborough's colourful past and take you back to a time when Maryborough was a thriving port, and the place where about 22,000 free settlers took their first steps on Australian soil. Free tours depart City Hall Monday to Saturday at 9am, not available some Public Holidays. The tour is weather dependent. Bring your own hat, sunscreen and own water. ...
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Meditation Mainstream Free Beach Meditation Session Mooloolaba

17 Esplanade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Making Meditation Mainstream is a community movement creating Free weekly sessions for the local community to experience group meditation unlike what you would normally expect: cool tunes, upbeat environment, focus on connection and totally refreshing, accessible, inviting and positive. Their team of Beach Crew Leaders welcome you every Saturday for an opportunity to turn off the noise in your daily life, and spend 20 minutes connecting to self, to nature and to each other it's literally the perfect way to start a weekend! Current Locations: Manly - North Steyne Avalon Beach North Narrabeen Wanda Beach Terrigal Beach Mooloolaba Freshwater South Manly Dixon Park Beach South Cronulla Broadbeach... plus lots more coming! ...
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'Port: Damien O'Mara' Floor Talk

95-97 Bloomfield Street, Cleveland QLD 4163
The 'Port' series by Damien O’Mara presents several large, industrial landscape photographs of the Port of Brisbane. The images are shot with a consistent method and composition, in reference to the objective methodology used by late-modern, industrial photographers like Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher and Andreas Gursky. O’Mara’s exhibition challenges this aesthetic through a unique combination of objective method and abstraction. While the images display symmetry and grid-like composition, they also contain conflicting elements such as vivid, digital colour, and abstracted form. For more information and bookings visit their website or phone them....
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Indigenous Stock Workers Display

Corner of Landsborough and Caroline Streets, Normanton QLD 4890
An informative and interactive display in recognition of the resilience, spirit and sheer hard work of the indigenous men and women who played a vital role in the establishment of the cattle industry in the Gulf Region. The display will enhance the experience at the Normanton Visitor Information Centre, housed in the historic and heritage listed Burns Philp building, which attracts tourists travelling on both, the Matilda Way and Savannah Way. ...
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Birdsville Horse and Motorbike Gymkhana

Bronco Branding Yards, Birdsville QLD 4482
Bring the whole family to the Bronco Branding Yards in Birdsville to watch skilled bushmen and women demonstrate their craft. Get involved in the horsemanship skills on Saturday with barrel, flag and herding races, or simply kick back ringside and enjoy the dusty action. Horsepower is than replaced by dirt bikes and quads on the Sunday, and the same events re-enacted on wheels. You won’t starve with all the onsite catering you’d expect, plus loads of live music and evening entertainment. Then, pitch a tent with free camping on offer and repeat it all over the next weekend at the Bedourie Campdraft, Rodeo and Gymkhana just up the road. ...
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Sweet Days, Hot Nights Festival

Corner Hurney Road and Sixth Avenue, Home Hill QLD 4806
Sweet Days, Hot Nights Festival is now a three day festival that incorporates the First Fire of the crushing season, Burdekin Cultural Fair and the Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships. The Burdekin region is one of the last regions in Australia to still burn sugar cane before it is harvested. The First Fire celebrates that fact and involves burning the purpose grown cane to be cut in the Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships. The Burdekin Cultural Fair celebrates the many cultures that make the Burdekin the friendly, multicultural town it is and the Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships is a test of skill and endurance, with thousands of dollars in prize money up for grabs for competitors. Bring the family to experience history coming back to life, in the sugar capital of Australia. The First Fire and Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships are held at the Home Hill Showgrounds, about one and a quarter hour's drive south of Townsville, and 15 minutes from Ayr. The Burdekin Cultural Fair is held next to the PCYC on Macmillan Street in Ayr. ...
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Dr Who Quiz Night

7 Elevation Drive, Wongawallan QLD 4210
Are you smarter than the Dr? This is your opportunity to see how you really know your Dr Who series from the beginning. Get a team together and enjoy a three course dinner whilst teasing your brain cells in another dimension. At the same time be surrounded by Dr Who props, like the tardis, Dalek, cyberman and more. Bookings only....
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Windorah International Yabby Races - Postponed

15 Albert Street, Windorah QLD 4481
Postponed, subject to further advisement re: COVID-19 The Windorah International Yabby Races began 1998, and is always on the Wednesday night prior to the iconic Birdsville Races, which is on the first weekend of each September. It is held in the street outside of the Western Star Hotel, and draws a crowd of punters, ready to whet their appetite with speedy blue claw crustaceans. As well an opportunity for a good knees up, with live music, it is an event which helps raise much needed funds for Royal Flying Doctors Association, local community groups, as well as auctioning for charitable organisations, such as Breast Cancer Research and Tie Up The Black Dog....
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Cardwell Pioneers Tour

53 Victoria Street, Cardwell QLD 4849
The Cardwell Pioneer Tours are currently operating every Monday and Thursday morning from 10am at the Visitor Information and Heritage Centre located in Cardwell. The tour incorporates all the buildings in the historic precinct and takes visitors on a fascinating journey of the area’s colourful history as they move through each building. The tour begins at the old Bush Telegraph building which was the Telegraph and Post Office and explains how Cardwell was founded in 1864 as the first port in North Queensland. Over in the Courthouse visitors can gain an understanding of the old judicial system. Several interesting items are on display including the original straight-jackets used in Tully to restrain the more energetic offenders. The old lock-up building was still in use during the1980s at the Cardwell Police Station. The final building is the old Shire Hall which the community used for a multitude of purposes included balls and other formal social events. The tour concludes on the balcony of the Visitor Information Centre where visitors can enjoy a complementary Devonshire Tea while taking in one of the best views in North Queensland overlooking Hinchinbrook Island, Gould Island and the Family Islands ...
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Noosa Summer Swim Festival 2021

Noosa, Noosa Heads QLD 4567
The Noosa Summer Swim is a bucket list event for any keen ocean swimmer. The festival offers a range of distances for every ability, from junior events to a five kilometre marathon distance where seasoned swimmers can push their limits. New for 2021 are small group experiences where you can attend masterclass clinics and private swims with VIP hosts. Join World Series Swims Ambassador Michael Klim and special guests for a huge weekend of sun, surf and swims in Noosa. Ocean Swims include 300 metres, 1 kilometre, 2 kilometres, 3 kilometres and 5 kilometres....
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Conservation Volunteers Australia Townsville - Ocean View Nursery

Cape Pallarenda Road, Town Common QLD 4810
Conservation Volunteers believes in a healthy and sustainable environment, and for everyone to be involved in managing and protecting that environment. We offer volunteer opportunities in and around the Townsville region that connect people to nature and contribute to improving and protecting native habitats. Overlooking beautiful Rowes Bay and Magnetic Island, the ocean view nursery concentrates on producing local provenance species for planting in areas around Townsville and North Queensland. Learn how to process seeds and raise seedlings for revegetation projects that preserve the local gene pool and biodiversity. Join us from 8:00 am to midday on Fridays and learn new skills while meeting new people. If you're interested in more conservation projects, check out our website. We occasionally run family friendly weekend events like tree plantings and beach clean ups or, for the more adventurous, there are monthly camping trips to beautiful, remote locations. ...
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Relay For Life 2020

James Cook Drive, Douglas QLD 4354
Relay For Life is a fun and moving overnight experience that raises vital funds for the Cancer Council’s research, prevention, information and support services. Relay is a chance for the Townsville community to recognise and celebrate local cancer survivors, patients and their carers, to honour and remember loved ones lost to cancer and to raise money to help save more lives. Join the thousands of Australians who take part in Cancer Council’s Relay For Life each year in the fight against cancer: start or join a team in the Townsville 2020 Relay today!...
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Anzac Day Charters Towers

Gill Street, Charters Towers QLD 4820
Anzac Day is the day to remember every Australian who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. A National Day of remembrance for Australia and New Zealand, originally commemorated annually by both countries on 25 April to honour the members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought at Gallipoli during World War I. Anzac Day commemorative services are held in Hervey Range, Pentland, Greenvale, Ravenswood and Sellheim, with a Dawn Service at the Charters Towers War Cemetery and morning service at the Cenotaph, observe the Anzac Parade as it makes its way along Gill Street from City Hall to the Cenotaph....
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1770 Festival

Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy QLD 4677
UPDATE: unfortunately the difficult decision has been made to cancel the 1770 Festival in 2020. The team have been planning for this historical 250th commemorative event for many years and are saddened that their efforts will not come to fruition this year. However all is not lost, the team have started planning the 2021 event and already confirmed the dates 21 to 23 May 2021 for the official 1770 Festival weekend. On the weekend closest to 23 and 24 May every year is the 1770 FESTIVAL. Why? Well, this is when the 'HMB Endeavour' anchored in Bustard Bay, Queensland, at what is now the Town of 1770. There will be Cook's landing re-enactment on the 1770 Foreshore; indigenous performances; Street Parade of themed floats; live music; fireworks; kids amusements; another fun Vanilla Slice War; food, retail and lifestyle stalls; fashion parade; interactive demonstrations and workshops for all ages. Festival highlights include the things that Agnes Water and the Town of 1770 are best known for - Surfing, Fishing and Nature - with high profile personalities to match. Check out all the details on the website or contact them directly....
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Storyfest Writers Festival

Somerset Drive, Mudgeeraba QLD 4213
Following in the footsteps of literary tradition, Storyfest is the writers’ festival for the Gold Coast, the cornerstone of which is its annual writers festival event held in March. Delivering a series of literary experiences along with workshops, masterclasses and featured authors throughout the year, Storyfest nurtures emerging writers and provides opportunities for readers and writers alike. Offering over 130 events to the wider community, Storyfest has secured its place on the Gold Coast’s cultural calendar!...
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Old Time Dance

Baker Street, Toowoomba QLD 4350
Old Time Dancing to live music with five different bands on rotation. Delicious homemade supper supplied. Dancing from 8pm until midnight every Saturday night. Lucky door, Monte Carlo, lucky spot and raffle. ...
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Buskers by the Lake

Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina QLD 4575
Celebrated as Australia's largest busking festival, 'Buskers by the Lake' is a weekend of magic, mystique and marvel. Be under no illusion and prepare yourself for the glitz and glam, vivacious energy and extravagent party! In a celebration of the old-fashioned art of busking, over 300 performers will showcase their talents along the banks of Lake Kawana. People of all ages will soak up the atmosphere, vibe and sunshine and immerse themselves in the melting pot of creativity, culture and surprise. From samba struts to Afro-Brazilian drum rhythms, from award winning musicians and talented teens, from swing to sword swallowing, "Buskers by the Lake" this year will see even more incredible entertainment, jaw dropping tricks, daring world record attempts and waterborne magic. Due to popular demand, the floating half-pipe is also making a come back with BMX and skateboarding daredevils preparing to ignite! Throughout the park grounds, international festival fare will be available to tempt all taste buds and artisans will be showcasing their creative wares and talents. Side Street Events - See website for further details. Come and 'Discover the Undiscovered'!...
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Bedourie Races and Rodeo

Kepler Street, Bedourie QLD 4829
Dress to impress in pink for Bedourie’s much anticipated Races and Rodeo. All in the name of Breast Cancer patient support, join hundreds as they flock trackside by day in their finest pink silks to back a winner crossing the pink finishing posts. By night the entertainment switches gears into Rodeo mode with cowboys/cowgirls and their beasts on display, live music and a fun-flowing bar. Don’t forget to also carve time to enjoy the town sights including the restored historic Mud Hut, the dust storm sculpture on Herbert Street and the 22 person therapeutic spa with warm crystal-clear water immersing you from an artesian bore. ...
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Conservation Volunteers Australia Townsville - Beach Scrub Conservation

Cape Road, Pallarenda QLD 4810
Conservation Volunteers believes in a healthy and sustainable environment, and for everyone to be involved in managing and protecting that environment. We offer volunteer opportunities in and around the Townsville region that connect people to nature and contribute to improving and protecting native habitats. The beach scrub project aims to promote conservation of beach scrub semi-evergreen vine thickets, an endangered ecosystem that’s crucial for reducing erosion and preserving strong ecological diversity. You will be involved in weed identification and removal, photo monitoring and removal of marine debris from beaches. Join the team and explore areas up and down the coast from Townsville. You will get to see out of the way places while helping to preserve these unique habitats. Projects run most Thursdays and Fridays and depart from our office in Pallarenda at 7:00 am returning no later than 2:00 pm. If you're interested in more conservation projects, check out our website. We occasionally run family friendly weekend events like tree plantings and beach clean ups or, for the more adventurous, there are monthly camping trips to beautiful, remote locations. ...
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Celtic Festival of Queensland

Railway Street, Helidon QLD 4344
The Celtic Festival of Queensland is a celebration of all things Celtic. It is a free community event with live Celtic music, dance, collectibles, Medieval re-enactments, and much more....
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St George Cup Race

209 Johnstone Rd, St George QLD 4487
The St George Jockey Club invites anyone and everyone to experience what is one of the finest country Queensland horse racing events in your calendar. Situated on the banks of the Balonne River, St George volunteers and the Jockey Clubs' generous sponsors turn on a terrific day out for locals and visitors alike. With a full racing card, TAB bookies and the much heralded fashions of the field, St George's Race Day is one you won't soon forget. Take advantage of our bus service between the pub and race track, observe the modern fashions with the country twist, or share a story or three at the well appointed bar, this is your Saturday out for the month of July!...
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Balonne Cutting Horse Futurity

Victoria Street, St George QLD 4487
More than 400 entries competed in the Balonne River Cutters event in 2019, with contestants travelling from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and New Caledonia. With numbers up by 50 per cent on last years, here's hoping 2020 will deliver promising numbers too. Running over seven days at the St George Showgrounds, Balonne River Cutters secretary Nadean McKenna said preparing 2300 head of local cattle was absolutely worth it....
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Biloela Markets in the Park

Callide Street, Biloela QLD 4715
Normally held on the third Saturday of the month, the Biloela Markets line the park lands near the Biloela Information Centre on Callide Street. This is where you’ll find those unexpected gems, the funky hand tooled or crafted specialties, homemade treats, jams and sauces, candles and scents, organic fruit and veg. No two market days are the same. Vendors rotate and change, so there’s always the new or different to see or try. You are always sure to find a sausage sizzle and if lucky, the local tennis clubs dutch pancakes. Occasionally, local clubs also join in the act, staging their events on market days to add even more novelty and fun. ...
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Birdsville Campdraft, Rodeo and Bronco Branding

Big Red Road, Birdsville QLD 4482
Come and experience the fast moving action and skills of professional Bushmen and women as they demonstrate their skills through theses historic arts. Witness teams tough it out to be the quickest to brand cattle using the traditional method of branding in the bush. This means without a calf cradle and rather out in the open, all in recognition of country tradition and keeping these skills alive. The weekend isn’t complete without a campdraft competition and a much anticipated rodeo when the sun falls. Jive all night to live music and cheer on the bushmen. Food and refreshments are available throughout the weekend and free camping is also on hand to make a holiday of it. ...
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Megan Seres - Catherine, Ellen, Florence, Jane

547 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
Meet four women of mercy whose fascinating lives impacted greatly on the Sisters of Mercy stories and ministry in Queensland. Their stories are told beautifully through oil portraits by artist Megan Seres. Megan Seres has interpreted numerous descriptions and images to reimage Catherine, Ellen, Florence and Jane as young women, revealing the optimism and determination that characterised all four and led to the formation of the foundations of education, healthcare and welfare services throughout Queensland. Take time to absorb the stories of: Sisters of Mercy foundress, Catherine McAuley; the first Queensland Mother Superior, Mary Vincent (Ellen) Whitty; benefactress, Florence O’Reilly and the first Queensland-born sister, Jane Gorry. ...
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Making Meditation Mainstream Free Beach Meditation Session Mooloolaba

17 Esplanade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Making Meditation Mainstream is a community movement creating Free weekly sessions for the local community to experience group meditation unlike what you would normally expect: cool tunes, upbeat environment, focus on connection and totally refreshing, accessible, inviting and positive. Their team of Beach Crew Leaders welcome you every Saturday for an opportunity to turn off the noise in your daily life, and spend 20 minutes connecting to self, to nature and to each other it's literally the perfect way to start a weekend! Current Locations: Manly - North Steyne Avalon Beach North Narrabeen Wanda Beach Terrigal Beach Mooloolaba Freshwater South Manly Dixon Park Beach South Cronulla Broadbeach... plus lots more coming! ...
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Greek Fest Glendi Townsville

20 Village Boulevard, Thuringowa Central QLD 4817
This year marks 21 Years of the Greek Fest Glendi Townsville Enjoy 'A Taste of the Mediterranean' with Greek Fest Festival goer's senses will come alive with traditional music and dancing displays, delectable foods and cooking demonstrations from around the Mediterranean including Greece, Italy, France and Turkey. Greek Fest Glendi is a signature cultural event in Townsville. It has provided a wonderful opportunity to embrace the Greek culture over a weekend of non-stop entertainment, wonderful cuisine, music and dance. The word ‘Glendi’ translates to festivity, revelry, merrymaking – a celebration. The festival has always been and continues to be, a free event for over 25,000 attendees. There will also be a variety of children's entertainment and fun ­filled activities for the whole family to be involved in. The festival will be staged at the Riverway Precinct, Thuringowa Central. The festival is proud to offer the community an opportunity to reflect on the values and traditions that have helped shape the country and, more importantly, the region....
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Channel Country Music Muster

62864 - Thargomindah QLD 4492
Channel Country Music Muster. Give the Bush a Hand! The Music Muster is held over two days. Featuring Top Line Australian Artists: Tom Maxwell, Laura Downing, Ged and Trudy Hintz, Rob Breese, Trevor Tolton, Rob Walters, The Master of Turbulence, Bush Poet, Murray Hartin....
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National Veteran 1 and 2 Cylinder Rally

Railway Station, Charleville QLD 4470
DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS, THIS EVENT WILL NOT TAKE PLACE IN 2020. IT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO APRIL 2021 WITH THE YET TO BE CONFIRMED DATE OF APRIL 7TH TO THE 13TH. A once in a lifetime event! Over 70 Veteran 1 and 2 Cylinder cars (all over 100 years old)and motorbikes will descend on Charleville for the week and you are welcome to see them at the racecourse each morning (except Sunday) from 10am to 11am. Come and see vehicles like the Maxwell, Buick, Renault, Reo, De Dion Bouton, Albion, Brush, Rover, Oldsmobile, Rambler, Aerial, Swift, Clement Bayard, Triumph, Humbrette, IHC, Cadillac, Star, Sizaire Naudin, Darrarq, Minervette, Schact and Indian. The oldest vehicle was manufactured in 1903 and still running strongly. A special spectacle will be the Gaslight Parade on Friday night with street markets in Wills Street where these vehicles will be on display from 5:00pm prior to the Gaslight Parade at commencing at 6:30pm. ...
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2020 Townsville Careers Expo

61342 - Annandale QLD 4814
The 16th Annual Townsville Careers Expo presents an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in education and training or those seeking professional career development and employment opportunities. With exhibitors including Universities, private education providers, TAFE institutes, graduate employment, Defence Force recruiting, student support services and employers, the Expo provide a unique opportunity to find everything related to education and employment, under one roof. Visitors have the chance to win multiple prizes! For more information on the Expo, please visit the website and click on the Townsville Tab, or visit the Facebook page. The expo is on Monday August 3, 2020 from 10am to 1.30pm and 3:30pm to 6:30pm. Admission is free!...
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Mount Morgan Christmas Tree Festival

Morgan Street, Mount Morgan QLD 4714
The Mount Morgan Christmas Tree Festival is set to “make the season bright” for Mount Morgan locals and visitors to Mount Morgan School of Arts Hall when its decorated with an impressive display of Christmas Trees. Along with the dazzling tree and light displays, browse the market stalls with selections of gifts at affordable prices, relax and listen to the live entertainment from various local artists and enjoy food and refreshments. There's heaps for the children to do including free amusement rides and lollies from Santa....
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Karragarra Sea Market Festival

The Esplanade, Karragarra Island QLD 4184
Held beside the beach on tiny Karragarra Island, the festival features over 100 stalls selling local products from the Southern Moreton Bay Islands and surrounds. The ethos of the festival is sustainabilty- reduce, reuse, recycle, as well as permaculture and gardening, the festival encourages stall holders to sell items that reflect this ethos. The festival includes speakers on gardening, permaculture and other topics which relate to sustainabilty. Live music, multiple food outlets and children's activities are also featured. The festival is run by the Karragarra Community Garden and other island residents and is the largest yearly event held on the Southern Moreton Bay Islands. The island has no shops or access to ATMs, it is essential you bring cash on the day....
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Hughenden Cup Races

Winton Road, Hughenden QLD 4821
The Hughenden Cup Races is a five horse race meeting, family fun day, entertainment, bar, and corporate marquee. Fashions on the Field: Trendsetter Lady 18 to 30. Lady of the Meet 31 and above. Millinery. Gent of the Meet. Couple of the Meet. Teen Boy and Girl (12 to 17). Junior Boy and Girl (6 to 11). Tiny Tot Boy and Girl (0-5)....
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HALO

15 Paxton Street, North Ward QLD 4810
HALO will once again mesmerise Townsville with a new look concept in 2020. Specifically designed for Townsville, HALO will illuminate the city through a series of sound and light art installations throughout Queens Gardens and on Castle Hill and will run in conjunction with the North Australian Festival of Arts (NAFA). The 2020 sound and light festival will come to life with interactive light and sound displays, large scale art installations and an additional collaborative community element....
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Toowoomba Gemfest - Gems and Jewellery

60 Ramsay Street, Centenary Heights QLD 4350
This is a great two-day community event for the whole family! Selling a wide range of cut and uncut gemstones, jewellery, semi-precious gemstones, beads, pearls, fossils, opals, crystal and mineral specimens from all over the world. Carvings from precious and semi-precious stones are great for gifts, including Christmas presents. All items are for sale. Gemstone testing/identification will again be available. This service, available to the public for a gold coin donation, is provided by a member of the Gemmological Association of Australia. The kids will love the Fossicking for Children trailer. Missing a gemstone in your jewellery? Bring it along and find a matching gemstone. Create your own unique piece of jewellery: purchase a setting and select your favourite gemstone. Have it set before you leave. Raffle tickets for three fabulous jewellery prizes will be on sale; also hourly lucky door prizes. Inside the hall, around 28 gem traders from Central Queensland in the north, to Sydney in the south put together this two-day spectacle. Around 30 traders will sell their merchandise outside the hall. Catering provided by a local Toowoomba business....
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Laidley Christmas Street Festival

Patrick Street, Laidley QLD 4341
Santa Clause is Coming to town Friday, 27 November 2020 from 5.30pm to 8pm. The night will feature twilight trading of local businesses, jumping castle, ham wheel, circus street performers, face painting, kids activities, market stalls and displays, food stalls, ambulance, police and fire truck displays. Santa will be available for you to take your own photos with your family and friends....
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Parents and Prams

Corner Middle and Bloomfield Street, Cleveland QLD 4163
A free, fun activity held once a month at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland. Parents and Prams offers carers and their young children an opportunity to explore our latest exhibitions and socialise over coffee, cake and craft. Prams/baby carriers welcome and baby change facilities available. Sessions are held 9:30am to 10:30am and 10:30am to 11:30am on a Wednesday each month. ...
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Festival of Hell

Marshall Street, Goondiwindi QLD 4390
The Festival of Hell celebrates 30 years in 2021 and is a weekend encompassing the the Hell of the West Triathlon and the GTH+ Super Saturday. Described as Queensland's iconic long course triathlon event, HOTW is the "toughest (and oldest) triathlons in Queensland" consisting of a 2 kilometre swim in the mighty Macintyre River, 80 kilometre "dead flat" cycle along the Barwon Highway heading west and 20 kilometre 'hot as hell' run along the picturesque Macintyre River. Temperatures of up to 38 degrees can be expected at this time of year and this heat is what the athletes love. Many athletes use the triathlon as part of their Ironman training sessions, some athletes use it as their first long course triathlon and many athletes compete as part of a team, just to add to the spirit of sportsmanship. It's a 'bucket list' triathlon for all triathletes world-wide. 2021 sees the continuance of the GTH+ Super Saturday events: Hell Kids Triathlon. Firestarter Triathlon (enticer). 5 and 10 kilometre Gundy Inferno Charity Runs. Athletes of all abilities can now be part of a 'weekend of hell' without having to commit to the rigors or distances of the iconic HOTW....