Enjoy a day of Aussie fun with the family in Stanthorpe on Australia Day this Sunday 26 January.
Head to Weeroona Park from 4pm to late for the main event, with live entertainment, BBQ, bar, wineries, coffee, dessert, kids activities and a jumping castle! Local acts Mark Carter, Penny & Roger, Nine Year Sister and Cole Train will keep the music pumping into the night.
Earlier in the day, the annual Stanthorpe Triathlon will kick off from 7:30am at the Stanthorpe Pool, followed by the Mercantile Relay from 10am. Enjoy free entry to the Stanthorpe Pool from 2pm to 5pm.
Australia Day Awards & Citizenship Ceremonies this Sunday 26 January…
• WARWICK: 9am – 10am, Warwick Town Hall
• STANTHORPE: 4pm – 5pm, Weeroona Park, Stanthorpe
Great Australian Bites, Warwick…
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.
The Southern Downs Regional Council says “best of all, Great Australian Bites has free entry”.
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.
Great Australian Bites will kick off at 4pm this 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.