Krabtastic

Keppel Sands, Livingstone Area

31 March 2018 - 

The Keppel Sands Community is resurrecting the Krabtastic Festival. Keppel Sands is a unique, tropical seaside village situated on the beautiful Capricorn Coast. Krabtastic Festival will be a tropical themed, magical, family fun day and food festival with seafood inspirations and a focus on arts and culture.

Keppel Sands is the home of the “World Mud Crab Tying Championships.”

Krabtastic Festival will feature a large shaded picnic area in Schofield Park, overlooking the beautiful Keppel Islands. Gather with friends and indulge in cuisine and beverages, inspired by the tropical location, oceanic abundance and local influences.

Activities and events include a tropical street parade, lots of free games, art exhibition, cultural and dance performances, market stalls, amusement rides, the World Mud Crab Tying Championship, tropical fashions in the parade, visits from Krabby and Easter Bunny and much, much more...

Funds raised from the event go toward supporting seven community organisations: Australian South Sea Islanders Movement Inc / Australian Volunteer Coast Guard Association Inc, QF20 - Keppel Sands / Keppel Sands Community Advancement League / Keppel Sands Rural Fire Brigade / Keppel Sands SES / Keppel Sands State School / Sandhills Community Sports and Social Club.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
31 March 2018

Event Venues


Krabtastic
Address:
Roden Street
Keppel Sands
Queensland, Australia 4702

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Roden Street
Keppel Sands,
Queensland
Australia

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