30 May Get a ‘Queensland day in the Country’ experience at the Boyne Valley Bush Festival!
The Boyne Valley Bush Festival will be held on Saturday 10th June 2017 from 10am onwards.
This Celebration aims to showcase Queensland Day in the Country by delighting attendees with a mix of history, craft, fun, food, games, music and dancing.
This Festival is the result of cooperative and collaborative efforts by organizations from the entire Boyne Valley including Nagoorin, Ubobo, Builyan and Many Peaks. And, it is financially supported by Ex-Cyclone Marcia through Regional Inclusion Strategy which is being concurrently implemented in four locations across the Gladstone Region being the Boyne Valley one of them.
The Day will begin with activities which have been organised by the Historical Society culminating in the opening of the Dudge Barram Collection. In addition to this, there will be various competitions by the CWA in which you could share your cooking, photography, floral art, and craft skills.
The Bush Festival will provide a unique variety of games including a guided by the BV Canoe Club during the afternoon against a backdrop of music provided by Joan MacKay and the Music Makers. To end the day step back in time and trip the light fantastic at an old time dance in the Ubobo hall with music provided by Bruce McGilvery. Book in for the night at the Discovery Centre and enjoy a bush brekkie Sunday morning to end the festivities.
You could also enjoy the afternoon relaxing to the Music Makers while the kids play games or join us at night for an old time dance with music by Bruce McGilvery. Both accommodation and camping are available. So stay the night and join us for Breaky Sunday morning.