Australia Day – Cracow

Get ‘back to Cracow’ this Australia Day and celebrate in true Aussie style in the iconic township of Cracow, Banana Shire. The once flourishing gold mining town will come alive once again for a fun-filled family day out. Enjoy a guided coach tour of the old Cracow Gold Mine and township, historical memorabilia display, market [...]

Dawson River Festival

As the weather cools down, the Dawson Valley is warming up with their annual ‘Dawson River Festival’. The Dawson Valley, comprising of Taroom, Theodore, Moura and Baralaba have united to facilitate a ‘travelling festival’ that showcases the simple pleasures of the Rural Heartland. This years festival is a four day event which will begin with [...]

Kroombit Farmstay Holiday Camp

School holidays mean freedom, yeeha! Got time on your hands, don’t know what to do? Looking for kids holiday camps Queensland? Look no further than Kroombit Farmstay in Central Queensland – close to the Great Barrier Reef! Come out to Kroombit, play cowboys and try something different for a few days. Kroombit holiday camps offer [...]

Land and Sea Exhibition

Land and Sea – an exhibition by Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts and Murris in Ink artists, Karen Doolan, James Doyle, Bai Wareed Kabe, Gail Mabo and Aicey Zaro. Land and Sea is a collective of monoprints created by five artists who live and work in Townsville. This series of work on paper tell of the [...]

High Tea

Rotary Club of Biloela Incorporated proudly presents, and welcomes you to attend a, High Tea this August. This fundraising event will see proceeds donated toward Prostate Cancer Research and Support and local charities. This High Tea afternoon will include multi-draw raffles, displays, art and craft competition, charity auction, entertain and a delicious afternoon tea.

Piano Lessons (Biloela)

A musical memoir of pure enchantment! Concert pianist Anna Goldsworthy’s deeply-felt memoir, Piano Lessons, comes to life once again after its world premiere at the 2011 Queensland Music Festival. Due to popular demand, this sublime piece of music-theatre is back in 2013 with a state-wide tour. Goldsworthy’s award-winning book, which recounts her musical awakening as [...]

Central Queensland Capras versus PNG

The Central Queensland Capras are the premier rugby league club in Central Queensland. The Capras represent the whole Central Queensland region from Bundaberg and Gladstone in the south, Emerald and Blackwater in the west to Marlborough in the north. The Capras compete in the state-wide Intrust Super Cup Competition which is the direct pathway to [...]

150th Meridian

Located one kilometre east of Moura on the Dawson Highway, the 150th Meridian marker shows the position of the imaginary line (150 °E) on which Queensland (Eastern Standard) time is based. At the time of the equinox, a day is exactly 12 hours long anywhere on the Meridian line. The meridian line in Greenwich represents [...]

Baralaba Show Campdraft – Central Queensland Campdrafting

Enjoy all the excitement of a country Campdraft throughout Central Queensland in 2012, at the Baralaba Show Campdraft. The horse and rider pit their strength against the will of the steer, which is cut from the herd and controlled around a set course in a fight against the clock. Cash prizes and trophies for the [...]

Moura Coal and Country Festival

The Moura Coal and Country Festival is a recognised regional event hosting the Queensland Coal Shovelling and Roof Bolting Titles. Wood Chopping and Chain Saw Events along with the APRA Rodeo attract both town and country folk and ensures the town is overwhelmed with visitors. In 2012 the festival celebrates its 41st year with the [...]

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