Jacaranda Day Festival

Goombungee, Toowoomba Area

4 November 2017 - 

Free Entry

Located 35 kilometres from Toowoomba, the historic township of Goombungee is host for the 24th Annual Jacaranda Day Festival.

The Parade - starting at 11 am - is back for 2017 and with a full program of free entertainment, market stalls offering homemade goods and plants, food, farm animal petting zoo, face painting and Cleo the Clown - there's lots to see and do.

You can also enjoy a free guided walking tour of the township and entry to the extensive exhibits in the Museum.

The jacarandas will be putting on a spectacular show of colour and the trees in the main street (Mocatta Street) will be "dressed" to a movie theme this year.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
4 November 2017

Event Venues


Goombungee Museum
Address:
Corner of George and Mocatta Streets
Goombungee
Queensland, Australia 4354

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Corner of George and Mocatta Streets
Goombungee,
Queensland
Australia

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