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264 Kent Street

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area

264 Kent Street is another great addition to the variety of historically significant buildings to be found in Maryborough on the Fraser Coast.

This building at 264 Kent Street was erected in 1875 and was occupied by J H Bliss, a watchmaker and jeweller, who specialised in the supply and repair of maritime chronometers, barometers, sextants and navigational instruments. This business served the busy port of Maryborough during the 1880s. Visitors to the port may even have availed of Bliss' skills as a maker of artificial teeth.

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Blackbutt Avocado Festival

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9 September 2017
The small rural Queensland town of Blackbutt comes alive in September for the Blackbutt Avocado Festival. The Festival celebrates all things Blackbutt, in particular, their bloomin’ beautiful Blackbutt avocados -the sweetest and finest avocados you will ever find.

The Waterhole Rocks

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19 October 2017
The Nanango A. P. and M. Society Incorporated, (The Nanango Show Society) is presenting the 6th Annual Waterhole Rocks Rock n Roll Campout weekend. The program for this event is actually a combination of three events all combined into one.

Wondai Street Sprints

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10 June 2017
Following the inaugural Wondai Street Sprint held in 2016, their next event in 2017 promises to be bigger and better than ever. Held on a brand new asphalt track provided by the South Burnett Regional Council and run from a safety perspective under the banner of C.

Heritage Nanango Country Muster

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7 September 2017
Nanango Show Society holds its annual Country Muster featuring traditional Australian Country Music on the second weekend in September. It's four days full of country music, poetry, gospel and all those things that make the Australian Bush lifestyle great.
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27 March 2017
​Prize money for the Kingaroy Sculpture Prize is the largest ever offered for a single event on the South Burnett arts calendar. Entries have been received from Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, with an interesting variety of mediums and subject matters.
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