|Food n Groove Fridays|
|Date||Fri 11th Jan 2019 to Fri 5th Apr 2019|
|Food ânâ Groove Fridays is set to bring City Park, adjacent to the Fraser Coast Cultural Centre in Pialba alive.
Come and celebrate the Fraser Coastâs diversity and vibrant lifestyle through food and entertainment under the stars.
The event also includes a licensed bar, so adults can enjoy a wine or beer with their dinner under the stars.
|You are here 2 - Touring Exhibition|
|Date||Fri 22nd Mar 2019 to Sun 28th Apr 2019|
|An exhibition of large sculpture, installation and photography by Queensland artist Susan Lincoln.
The meticulously crafted, multifaceted artwork of Susan Lincoln employs light, material and form to convey a secular spirituality. Combining sculpture, installation and photography and acting as Memento Vivre (reminders to live), Susanâs work explores personal experiences, contemporary attitudes and universal themes.
|Worlds Greatest Pub Fest|
|Date||Sun 5th May 2019|
|Take part in the greatest Pub Crawl you will ever experience - a quirky take on the Aussie tradition!
Dress in your most outrageous costume and set off to the bang of an historic time cannon around Maryborough's old hotels - all in the name of raising money for charity and having a day of fun.
The charity will be Assistance Dogs.
The theme will be Circus.
The colour will be Blue.
|Senior Moments A Comedy Revue: Maryborough|
|Date||Wed 22nd May 2019|
|By popular demand, Senior Moments is back for another national tour from February 2019, with Gold Logie winner and veteran actor John Wood (Blue Heelers, Raffertyâs Rules) and Max Gillies (The Gillies Report, Once Were Leaders) joining Play School icon Benita Collings, Kim Lewis (Sons and Daughters, The Restless Years) and Russell Newman (A Country Practice, Underbelly) in this senior theatrical sensation, with Midday Show Maestro Geoff Harvey on piano.
Senior Moments is a comedy revue about old people and the young people they have to deal with, with sketches and songs and performers who are old enough to know better, all making wicked fun of the trials and tribulations of growing old disgracefully.
|Goomeri Pumpkin Festival|
|Date||Sun 26th May 2019|
|Enjoy a smashin, fun filled day at the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival.
Roll a pumpkin down Policemans Hill in the unique, Great Australian Pumpkin Rollâ¢, enjoy quirky, novelty pumpkin competitions, a street parade, all day live entertainment on stage, huge street markets, demonstrations, displays and much, much, more.
Enjoy billy tea, stew and damper.
There is a chance to win great prizes just by joining in and having fun - check the website for details.
Dress up for the Pumpkin Pageant.
It's a ton of Pumpkin fun for the whole family.
|Relish Food and Wine Festival|
|Date||Sat 1st Jun 2019|
|Maryborough's heritage streetscapes and riverside parks are the setting for the Relish Food and Wine Festival which is a delicious feast of culture and cuisine serving up celebrity chefs, gourmet tastings, cooking workshops, live music and art.
Join Queensland's premier wineries for a delightful tasting experience and sample the finest seasonal produce grown in the Fraser Coast's idyllic natural environment - including Fraser Island prawns and macadamias nuts.
Indulge in food and beverage matching sessions, listen to leading foodies as they share the fruits of their work, and learn from talented chefs who provide the unmistakable stamp of the region in every dish.
Highlights include a ride on a historic steam engine through heritage-listed Queens Park and quirky boutique beer sessions among old rum barrels dating back to the 1860s.
|Mary Poppins Festival|
|Date||Fri 28th Jun 2019 to Sun 7th Jul 2019|
|This yearâs Festival presents a two week program of storytelling for all ages through all art forms. From music concerts backstage and onstage at the Brolga to pop up performances in the Bond Store Basement.
Their artists share their stories through exhibitions and public art installations.
Walk the streets and search the rooftops for some very special new surprises as part of the Maryborough Story Trails experience.
|Hervey Bay Whale Festival 2019|
|Date||Sat 10th Aug 2019 to Sun 18th Aug 2019|
|There is no other place in the world that compares to the awe-inspiring, soul-stirring, up-close whale watching encounters that you will find in Hervey Bay.
Between July and November, thousands of humpback whales travel the âhumpback highwayâ and arrive in the calm, protected waters of Hervey Bay.
Unlike any other place along the âhumpback highwayâ, the whales will stop and spend up to 10 days, resting, socialising and playing before continuing their trip back to the Antarctic for the summer months.
This unique relationship gives reason to celebrate each year with the Hervey Bay Ocean Festival. An eclectic event to recognise the importance of the ocean to Hervey Bay and promote the conservation of the marine environment and animals that are unique and important to the region.
The festival kicks off on August 10 with a calendar of colourful events that includes seafood, conservation, live concerts and more.
|Hervey Bay Seafood Festival|
|Date||Sun 11th Aug 2019|
|The Hervey Bay Seafood Festival celebrates the sea with Hervey Bay's abundance and variety of wild caught seafood from the pristine waters of the Fraser Coast. Escape for a warm wintery weekend and the ultimate seafood escape at the festival's signature Tastes of the Bay long lunch with Chef Andrew Mirosch or cruise your way around the seafood stands serving the regions signature Wide Bay Wild Catch and of course the famous Hervey Bay scallop along with a variety of prawns and fish by local restaurants and the seafood industry. An occasion to relax and unwind with music, wine, food and family.
Learn the science of seafood and cooking sustainable seafood at the Fishermans Kitchen with Celebrity Chef, Javier Codina (Moda Restaurant) and Professor Daryl McPhee. Browse the exhibits, market stalls matched to the ocean foods, health and the environment.
|Beach House Hotel Hervey Bay 100|
|Date||Sat 23rd Nov 2019 to Sun 24th Nov 2019|
|The Beach House Hotel Hervey Bay 100 is a long course triathlon consisting of a two kilometre swim, 80 kilometre bike and 18 kilometre run. It takes place along the beautiful foreshore of the protected waters of Hervey Bay and is run by the Hervey Bay Triathlon Club.
They have a great lineup of events across the weekend this year, including their Super Saturday events, which consist of Junior aquathlon and triathlon events. They host the Barge2Beach ocean swimming event on the Saturday of race weekend also.
|Date||Sat 23rd Nov 2019|
|Barge2Beach is a two kilometre Open Water swimming event with a difference!
Get dropped off of a Kingfisher Bay Resort vehicle barge two kilometres offshore from Scarness beach in the middle of the crystal clear waters of Hervey Bay. Swim back to shore with 200 other keen ocean swimming enthusiasts.
This swim is part of the Hervey Bay 100 triathlon weekend run by the Hervey Bay Triathlon Club.