MooloolaBaBQ Festival

Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast Area

27 January 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$0 to AU$15.00

The MooloolaBaBQ festival is a community event on Australia Day Weekend, at the Mooloolaba Wharf precinct from 10am - 8pm, embracing everything that people in the Australian community love about the great Australian barbecue.

To celebrate this Aussie love of firing up the barbie, they have brought together a barbecue event for all the senses to incorporate a wide variety of cultures, styles of cooking, flavours and cuts. From Seafood to Pork to Beef to Lamb, whether Charred, Grilled, Smoked, Roasted, On a Spit or marinated… this is sure to have something to tempt all tastes.

The MooloolaBaBQ festival will be hosting a National Championship Series Barbecue Competition with the Australasian Barbecue Alliance where Australia’s best teams will compete for Championship Points and AUD6,000 Cash and Prizes.

There will be food trucks and tents offering Texas barbecue Lamb/Pork/Beef Ribs, Sliders, German Sausages, Food market stalls with Pickles and Meat rubs, Craft beer, Celebrity guests, demonstrations, Live Entertainment , Jumping castle, Petting Zoo, Face painting and Fireworks.

This Charity event is to raise money for Give Me 5 For Kids. The MooloolaBaBQ festival will definitely make your Australia Day weekend sizzle!

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
27 January 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $15.00 - $15.00 Children under 12 years are free
Child Children under 12 years are free

Event Venues


The Wharf Tavern
Address:
Corner Parkyn Parade and River Esplanade
Mooloolaba
Queensland, Australia 4557

Corner Parkyn Parade and River Esplanade
Mooloolaba,
Queensland
Australia

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