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In Queensland, we showcase world-class global events in the most dazzling destinations. Whatever your passion, you’ll find an event to suit right here in Queensland.

From epic endurance races to gourmet food festivals, blockbuster sporting events to world–class exhibitions, culturally immersive Indigenous experiences to electrifying country music celebrations, our calendar embraces art, culture, music, food, wine, sport - and everything in between.

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Campdraft 4 A Cause

Hughenden, Flinders Area
30 August 2019 – 10 April 2020
Campdraft 4 A Cause aims to run a campdraft each year and donate proceeds to a different charity each time to help make a difference to some people's lives.

Markets hosted by Hughenden Country Music Association

Hughenden, Flinders Area
Free Entry
Monthly from 14 September 2019 – 14 September 2020
These markets provide a variety of home made wares, skin care products, jewellery, food and some good old fashioned Rawleighs products. Local honey and home grown plants can also be found here. Food and drinks are available and the makings from this, as well as the stalls fees, are donated to help host the yearly event of the Country Music Festival.

Colour and Response Roma

Roma, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
27 September – 9 November 2019
See the best of local Roma artists and learn about the legacy of renowned Queensland artist and founder of Flying Arts Alliance, Mervyn Moriarty. The 'Colour and Response' touring exhibition project consists of two exhibitions at each venue.

Beer and Wine O'Clock at Club Boutique Hotel Cunnamulla

Cunnamulla, Paroo Area
From AU$15 - 15
14 – 21 October 2019
Beer and Wine O’clock - Let your inner larrakin live at Club Boutique Hotel! Join them at the Club Boutique Hotel, one of Cunnamulla’s oldest hotels and an outback icon, to celebrate Beer and Wine O’clock.

Come See Do - AFC Mount Isa (Outback)

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
From AU$8295 - 8295
16 – 19 October 2019
Mount Isa lies in the heart of Queensland’s vast North West Outback region – it’s arid, remote and romantic. Affectionately known as the ‘oasis of the outback‘, Mount Isa is a gleaming mirage on the horizon for travellers from all directions.

Indigenous Stock Workers Display

Normanton, Carpentaria Area
Free Entry
18 – 21 October 2019
An informative and interactive display in recognition of the resilience, spirit and sheer hard work of the indigenous men and women who played a vital role in the establishment of the cattle industry in the Gulf Region.

Brigalow Arts Festival

Valentine Plains, Banana Area
Free Entry
18 – 19 October 2019
Banana Shire's Annual Visual Art's Festival, The Brigalow Arts Festival, is the longstanding visual art awards for artists of the Banana Shire and surrounds.  Proudly presented by the Banana Shire Art Gallery Association.

Biloela Markets in the Park

Biloela, Banana Area
Free Entry
Monthly from 19 October 2019
Normally held on the third Saturday of the month, the Biloela Markets line the park lands near the Biloela Information Centre on Callide Street. This is where you’ll find those unexpected gems, the funky hand tooled or crafted specialties, homemade treats, jams and sauces, candles and scents, organic fruit and veg.

Thangool Races

Thangool, Banana Area
Quarterly from 19 October 2019
Thangool is the home of country horse racing within the Banana region. The large course and spacious green lawns give an ambience of calm, a contrast to the cut and thrust of colour, suspense and excitement among the spectators, and the jockeys and horses as they stride down the straight towards the winner’s post.

Theodore Bulls 'n' Barrels Bonanza

Theodore, Banana Area
19 October 2019
Theodore’s 2019 Bulls ‘n’ Barrels Bonanza is back bigger and better than ever! For a district that prizes its horses for work and recreation, rodeos are just a normal part of the life. Around for more than 150 years, the origins of the rodeo date back to the drovers’ runs – on stations where wild horses and cattle would be found in the scrub or on the trail, as the teams moved herds over hundreds of miles.
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