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Eurong Beach Resort

Eurong, Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$118 to AU$270

Eurong Beach Resort, located north of the Sunshine Coast, offers easy access to Fraser Island's famous Seventy-Five Mile Beach, its lakes and rainforests. This makes it the perfect base from which to explore the island. Eurong Beach Resort is set amid hectares of lawns and gardens on the front of Seventy-Five Mile Beach.

The modern restaurant and bar overlook a large free-form swimming pool. A casual Beach Bar adjoins a second pool and has nightly entertainment. Barbecues, tennis, joy flights, four wheel drive hire and conducted four wheel drive tours and bush walks are all on offer. A bakery supplies pizza, hot bread, casual snacks and coffee. A well-stocked store supplies groceries, meat, vegetables, souvenirs, resort wear, camping equipment, fishing gear, ice, fuel and gas.

There is accommodation to suit all budgets from self-contained apartments to backpacker beds. Access is easy with vehicle barges operating daily from River Heads, south of Hervey Bay, to Wanggoolba Creek. From the Sunshine Coast via Rainbow Beach, the barge is on demand between Inskip Point and Hook Point between 6.00 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. and barge bookings are not required.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
Eurong Beach Resort
Eurong, Fraser Island
Queensland
Australia

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MAYO Arts Festival

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28 May 2016
On Friday 27 May and Saturday 28 May, St Margaret’s biennial MAYO Arts Festival will once again take its place in Queensland's cultural calendar. The festival will be officially launched 6.30pm Friday 27 May at the opening night cocktail party. This event will prove to be the first opportunity for guests to purchase their favourite piece of art from the magnificent collection on exhibition. On Saturday 28 May, midday ushers in the festival in full swing with a range of free and ticketed activities, rides, workshops and entertainment for all ages. MAYO Arts Festival guests can roll up their sleeves and release their inner artist with a variety of workshops hosted by some of their most talented artists and community members. Workshops also offer guests the chance to create their own jewellery; stitch or weave a colourful keepsake; assemble a micro-climate terrarium, and even design their own wearable floral head piece. Adding to the festival atmosphere will be a steady stream of performances as well as gourmet food and wine offerings in the food laneway, where festival goers can taste the flavours of international cuisine or nibble on a variety of sweet and savoury carnival snacks from sideshow alley.
Free Entry
11 June 2016
Meet the team and learn some Harley-Davidson history and see custom bikes on display. Never ridden a Harley-Davidson before? Try the Jumpstart Free Rider! Experience and discover – virtually – what that might be like! For 11 action-packed days, the border towns of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads will be fuelled with party atmosphere. Pre-1970 cars, nightly cruises, music, dancing and family fun are all trademarks of this annual, much-loved festival. Last year, an amped-up crowd of over 100,000 people attended Cooly Rocks On, held in the colourful, vibrant and beautiful beachside destinations of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads. More than 50 rock’n’roll and rockabilly bands will rock the crowd at outdoor concerts, beachside marquee events and performances at local clubs and venues throughout the border towns.
Free Entry
11 June 2016
Cooly Rocks On, Australia's coolest celebration of the 50s & 50s is now in its 5th year! The annual Sharp Motor Group Cooly Rocks On Street Parade is a spectacular and much-loved tradition of Australia's number one nostalgia festival! The Sharp Motor Group Street Parade will take place on Saturday 11 June, leaving Musgrave Street Kirra at 9.30am and continuing along Marine Parade Coolangatta. The two kilometre procession of colour and fun will also travel along Griffith Street allowing more vantage points in Coolangatta’s two main streets. During the Grand Finale weekend, 11 and 12 June, the two main streets in Coolangatta will close to traffic to make way for a giant street party. Five outdoor music stages, music and dancing will fill the streets and almost every pub and club in the Cooly Rocks On precinct will be venues for live music and dancing.

Townsville Fashion Festival

Multiple Locations
28 May 2016
Designers from across Queensland take part and embrace the North Queensland culture through runway, fashion, food and entertainment. The extremely creative team of designers, hair and makeup artists will produce work of a caliber that would not be out of place on a national fashion runway event. Fine food, drinks and entertainment are the support acts to a night of glamour on the runway. Wearable art designs from the regions schools will also be showcased on the runway exploring the talented youth of the region. Special Guest: Rachel Finch Showcasing style, creativity and passion, the Townsville Fashion Festival engages all facets of the creative industries including retail, design, manufacturing, hair and beauty, photography, venues, restaurants and media. The aim is to profile, celebrate, encourage and support the established and emerging local fashion industry. The Townsville Fashion Festival is now the only fashion festival to be held in Queensland in 2016 and is expected to attract a state-wide audience.
7 August 2016
The McDonald's Townsville Running Festival includes a Marathon (42.2 kilometres) Half Marathon (21.1 kilometres), 10K Classic, adult and junior 5 k Run/Walk, 5 kilometre Corporate Challenge and Hero Run. Their AIMS accredited courses are fast, flat and hug the coastline as well as feature the 43rd Townsville Marathon - Australia's second oldest race. All runners experience spectacular views of the Coral Sea, Magnetic Island and the Marina as they follow their tropical blue line and vie for AUD23,000 prize money. With a predawn start marathoners experience a breath taking sunrise over Cleveland Bay as they run along Townsville's award-winning Strand Beach. Arrive early for the pre-race dinner, take in a Cowboys NRL home game and stay for the famous after-party. Treat yourself to a tropical winter getaway this August. Run Townsville and Explore the region. An event Run by Runners for Runners.

Rockhampton River Festival

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
15 July 2016
Since the Dreamtime, the indigenous Dharumbal people have congregated along the banks of the Toonooba. Rockhampton flourished in a burgeoning Queensland, with pioneers flocking to the port city on the mighty Fitzroy River dreaming of a better life. Today the river remains a place to congregate, celebrate and create. The River Festival in July brings the colourful past, creative present and bright future of Rockhampton together for a massive three day celebration. At the 2016 festival expect to dream big and escape the ordinary under the ‘River Revery’ theme. Festival goers can dream the impossible, wander the mysterious, play to the spontaneity & feast on delicious delicacies, leaving your mind boggling, taste-buds tingling and your imagination soaring! The three day festival is full of surprises boasting free entertainment, interactive arts, contemporary tunes, delicious food, great people and superb winter sunshine. With more than 30,000 people expected at the festival this year, book early before accommodation sells out!
8 July 2016
The Heartland Festival is earthy and delicious and a little bit country. It is a celebration of all things made, grown and produced in the North Burnett. The market day on Saturday, July 9, will boast stalls that showcase local produce and products plus entertainment, workshops and displays and plenty of ready-to-eat food. The weekend also includes a Wine and Cheese Art Evening at the Gayndah Art Gallery on Friday, July 8, a First Class Heritage Railway Dinner on the Saturday evening and a working bullock display and farm tour at Gleneden Organic Farm on Sunday, July 9, which can be packaged with coach transfers to and from a Long Table Lunch being hosted in Mundubbera. Heartland Festival is the opening act of the 10-day Bundaberg Winterfeast Festival, which brings thousands of people together to celebrate food, farmers and local produce. For the full program, event details and tickets, visit their website. For more information, contact Event Coordinator Renee McGilvery.
10 June 2016
The Miss Cooly Rocks On Vintage Glamour pageant highlights the synergy between 50s and 60s vintage glamour fashion and the annual nostalgia festival. 12 finalists will be selected, and the bevy of beauties will be sashed at an event on Friday 10 June from 7pm at the Beach House Seaside Resort, Coolangatta. There will be live entertainment at the Beach House venue overlooking Coolangatta Beach. The 12 finalists will be stars of the street parade on Saturday 11 June when they dress to the nines and take their places in classic cars for the Sharp Motor Group Cooly Rocks On Street Parade, from 9.30am. On Saturday 11 June the Miss Cooly Rocks On finals take place at Komune Resort and Beach Club, Coolangatta. Tickets to the judging of Miss Cooly Rocks On include a glass of bubbly upon arrival. Who will be crowned Miss Cooly Rocks On? Be there for this highlight of the Festival and get some stylish inspiration for your own wardrobe from these top vintage glamour contestants.

The Village Festival

Multiple Locations
12 August 2016
The Village Festival will celebrate its 14th year as Central Queensland's major music and arts celebration in 2016. This year's Event includes all the free entertainment from 2015 and some exciting additions. It's a great time to invite your family and friends to come and enjoy Central Queensland's Coast.

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

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14 July 2016
From where ever you are, come and join Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in 2016, and immerse yourself in a CIAF experience of your own. The CIAF 2015 cultural festivities welcomed more visitors than ever before - 50,000 people attended across all venues - enjoying the diversity of Far North Queensland Indigenous culture and taking the chance to attend and buy the latest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art from across Queensland, at the very first CIAF Art Market. The now famous CIAF daily program offers dance and music performances, artist and industry talks, art workshops and film screenings. Cairns cultural venues offer a variety of art form events and gallery exhibitions, creating a celebratory feeling citywide.
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