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Jandowae

North of Dalby, the town of Jandowae welcomes visitors to their friendly country community, where you can expect to find many of the amenities of much larger towns. The Dingo Barrier Fence - 'the longest fence in the world' has its northern end near Jandowae. The fence is 5600 kilometres long and stretches to the Great Australian Bight.

A two-metre dingo sculpture by Scottish artist, Andy Scott, takes pride of place in Jandowae's main street.

Jandowae's country markets and miniature railway are held in Lions Park 8am to 12 noon, on the fourth Sunday of the month. They're a great place to meet the locals.

The biennial Timbertown Festival features roving entertainment, a gala art show, chainsaw sculpting, a ute show, a rodeo and a bronc extravaganza.

Jandowae Dam is a popular fishing, swimming, skiing and boating spot. Farm stays are also available in the area. You can expect to find many of the amenities of much larger towns in this thriving country centre.

Jandowae
Jandowae,
Queensland
Australia

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Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

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14 July 2017
From where ever you are, come and join Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in 2017, and immerse yourself in a CIAF experience of your own. The CIAF 2016 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.
From AU$8 - 10
12 May 2017
Far North Queensland's largest home, lifestyle and outdoor adventure event! The Cairns Home Show and Caravan, Camping and Boating Expo is back again for another three big days at the Cairns Showgrounds!

Cairns ECOfiesta

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Free Entry
28 May 2017
The Cairns ECOfiesta brings you inspiration from across the region, with the best in music and entertainment, tropical cuisine, a children's program and over 120 stalls, all held at the waterfront Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal.

Cairns Festival

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25 August 2017
The Cairns Festival seeks to deliver a vibrant, progressive and collaborative arts and cultural festival that speaks to the region's unique stories and celebrates the distinctive colours and hues of the tropical lifestyle.

Tropical Mardi Gras

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From AU$50 - 50
1 October 2017
Tropical Mardi Gras is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender plus (LGBT+) festival to celebrate the diverse and beautiful people and places of the Cairns region. Once a year, Cairns Tropical Pride invites visitors from Australia and the world to join them for a week of play in the gorgeous environment that is Tropical North Queensland.

MS Swimathon - Cairns

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24 March 2017
The Woree Aquatic Centre will host the second last MS Swimathon event of the season to raise vital funds to help people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). It doesn't matter if you can do 100 fast laps or doggy paddle one, everyone can join in, have fun and support people living with MS - an incurable disease which affects a person's central nervous system.
From AU$8 - 95
1 April 2017
The Dynamic in a Dress Running Festival is a female-focused event that celebrates female runners, their strength and their ability to use running as a means to connect with one another. The festival hosts a half marathon and 10 kilometre race on the Sunday and a 5 kilometre and Family Fun Run on the Saturday afternoon.

Rugby League World Cup - Cairns

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29 October 2017
Rugby League World Cup – Cairns to host three pool matches. In 2017, the best players and teams from around the globe will descend on Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea for the Rugby League World Cup.

Cardiac Challenge

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From AU$150 - 350
16 September 2017
The Mount Franklin Cardiac Challenge is a three day camping and recreational cycle ride in the September school holidays. The route includes some of the most stunning scenery in the Wet Tropics, Dry Tropics and World Heritage National Parks of Far North Queensland starting in Cairns and progressing inland through the Kuranda range, Speewah, Mareeba, Mt Molloy, Mt Carbine, the Desailey range, Lakeland and finishing in Cooktown.
From AU$1995 - 1995
4 June 2017
The wet tropics of northern Queensland are the last remaining part of the huge forest that once dominated half of Australia. This lush landscape is home to species like cassowaries, parrots, pythons, possums, tree kangaroos, and primitive-looking reptiles, many of which live nowhere else in the world.
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