Do you want pop-up food stalls serving stellar local produce? What about live entertainment that is guaranteed to get your groove-thing going? Where can you enjoy the atmosphere, community spirit, and summer vibes of Warwick’s best street party?
The answer to all these questions and more can be answered in just three words: Great Australian Bites – on Australia Day.
The Southern Downs Regional Council says “best of all, Great Australian Bites has free entry”.
“There won’t be a single ear in the Southern Downs that doesn’t tingle at the sound of the fantastic line up,” a council spokeswoman said.
“Legendary Australian songwriter Neil Murray (Warumpi Band) and renowned tribute act Gold Chisel will join local acts Sleeping Dogs, The Fern Brothers and Witch Doctor to get those toes tapping and hands clapping.
“Not to mention the best street-food vendors from across Queensland will be serving up a smorgasbord of tasty sensations.
“From American BBQ to fresh local pizzas, fish and chips, good old Aussie pies, and a great range of delicacies for the sweet-tooth.
“There is something for even the most selective tastebuds.
“Not to mention all the local wines and beers that will be available.
“In fact there will be something for everyone.
“Great Australian Bites will kick off at 4pm on Sunday 26 January 2020 along Palmerin Street, Warwick.
“Bring the family along and enjoy delights such as free jumping castles, face-painting and kid’s games and activities before wrapping up the evening at 10pm.
“Southern Downs Regional Council encourages everyone to take as many photos at the street party and include us by using the hashtags #Southerndownsliving, #SouthernDowns, #AustraliaDayQLD and #GreatAustralianBites.”