Congratulations, you have made it half way through another eventful year. Just in case you thought all the fun was done, we have found the Big 12 events for 2019 care of Southern Queensland Country
From country film festivals rolling out the red-dirt carpet to racing camels, outdoor operas and a massive spring celebration. No one celebrates local food and wine, history or life in the country quite like we do - so come join in the fun.
Jumpers and Jazz in July 18 - 28 July
Opera at Jimbour 27 July
Be delighted once again, as Queensland Music Festival together with Opera Queensland bring you the spectacular outdoor experience of Opera at Jimbour.
Located on the glorious grounds of Jimbour House in the Western Downs region of Queensland, Opera at Jimbour promises a full day of magnificent fun for the whole family. Stroll through the market stalls, pack a picnic or enjoy the food and wine on offer from the local region.
Tara Festival of Culture and Camel Races 2-4 August
Dalby Delicious and Delightful Festival 16 - 17 August
Dalby's Delicious and DeLIGHTful Festival is Dalby's signature festival. It is a two day multicultural event - the Saturday featuring creative markets, cultural foods and entertainment ending with a spectacular lantern parade and fireworks display along the banks of the beautiful Myall Creek
Historic Leyburn Sprints 17 - 18 August
River Dragon Festival 6 - 8 September
The Multi-Cultural River Dragon Festival is a three-day event celebrating the community spirit of St George and showcasing the beautiful Balonne River in Queensland’s Western Downs.
Blackbutt Avocado Festival 14 September
Come enjoy a fun family day celebrating the Bloomin' Beautiful Blackbutt and the delicious Avocados the region produces.
Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers 20 - 29 September
The Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers has been honoured to receive the Gold Award for Major Festival and Event at both the Queensland Tourism Awards (2015, 2016, 2017) and Australian Tourism Awards (2016, 2017). In addition Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers was delighted to be awarded Hall of Fame at the 2017 Queensland Tourism Awards.
Nindigully Film and Music Festival 4 - 6 October
Nindigully Pub ‘The Gully’ is Queensland’s oldest hotel located in its original condition and position on the banks of the Moonie River.
Granite Belt Art & Craft Trail 19 - 27 October
Savour the Granite Belt’s thriving art and craft community at the Granite Belt Art and Craft Trail – Open Studios Event. Held over two huge weekends, follow the trail map to discover a variety of local artists, as they exhibit at studios and galleries as well as taking up residence in community spaces. Enrol in a class, watch a demonstration or simply enjoy taking a look at their artistic process.
Warwick Gold Cup Campdraft and Rodeo 21 - 27 October
On the last full weekend of October every year, the nation’s top rodeo riders and the best broncs and bucking bulls gather for the Warwick Rodeo – known far and wide as “Australia’s Most Famous”. The riders and the bucking stock come together to try and prove the old saying wrong – “never the horse that couldn’t be rode, never the rider that couldn’t be throwed”.
Handmade under the stars 28 November
Hand Made Under the Stars is the ultimate twilight shopping experience with unique gifts from more than 50 selected local artisans - the perfect opportunity to get your Christmas shopping done early.
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