Eighth Queensland Heritage Rally

Biloela, Banana Area

20 – 22 July 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$0.00 to AU$60.00

Close your eyes and take in the sounds around you . . . hear the sounds of engines whirring, the clatter of horses hooves, the hammering of tools as metal is shaped and formed, the commands from a master as he works his dogs and the movement of old wheels in motion.

Now open your eyes and be transported back in time to an era since past. . . take in the sights of the Eighth Queensland Heritage Rally and take a walk down memory lane over three exciting days jam-packed with demonstrations and events, displays of traditional crafts and trades and live entertainment.

Explore, discover and relive the past or take part in one of the "hands-on" workshops on offer. Alternatively, seek out and find a bargain, or perhaps a treasure amongst the market, trade and swap meet sites on the grounds.

And, when you're needing a break from all of the excitement, sample some local fare at that catering outlets on site . They're sure that there will be a character or two who will be only too happy to have a yarn and a cuppa too!!

So, come on, make history happen in Biloela, Central Queensland!

Event Dates

This event occurs biennially:
20 – 22 July 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $12.00 - $25.00 One, two and three day passes are available for purchase.
Child Children under 12 years are admitted free.
Concession $8.00 - $15.00 One, two and three day passes are available for purchase.
Family $30.00 - $60.00 Two adults and two children (13 years and over). One, two and three day passes are available for purchase.
Student $8.00 - $15.00 One, two and three day passes are available for purchase.

Event Venues


Queensland Heritage Park
Address:
11 Exhibition Avenue
Biloela
Queensland, Australia 4715

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
11 Exhibition Avenue
Biloela,
Queensland
Australia

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