Mulgowie Bush Dance

Mulgowie, Lockyer Valley Area

9 June 2018 - 

A family friendly bush dance, music and dancing by "Band o' Coots" hot food and drinks and supper available. "Mark your diaries now! Gather up your family and friends, check out your country and western gear and be all set got a funtastic evening for all ages! Music by The Band - O'- Coots Bushband.

Hot food from 5:30 pm. Music starts at 6:30 pm. Tickets include tea, coffe and water. Wine and craft beer, cakes and slices, juice and soft drinks available for sale. Proceeds of the night go to aid for improvements to the Mulgowie Hall.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
9 June 2018

Event Venues


Mulgowie Hall
Address:
Beckman Road
Mulgowie
Queensland, Australia 4341

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Beckman Road
Mulgowie,
Queensland
Australia

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