The Brisbane Tramway Museum has preserved a collection of trams and trolleybuses most of which operated in Brisbane from 1897 until 1969. Come along for a guided tour of the museum and view the myriad of trams and trolleybuses on display.
Camellias and winter flowers will take pride of place at this year’s Toowoomba Camellia Show and Garden Expo. The show features inspirational speakers, millinery demonstrations, craft and baked goods stall, speciality coffee outlet and much more.
Practicaly Perfect The Music Of Julie Andrews With beautiful costumes, extraordinary dancin, together with some of the most memorable music ever written and sung, this musical tribute will be simply practically perfect.
The festival celebrates all things Blackbutt, in particular, their bloomin’ beautiful Blackbutt avocados. Learn how to cook, eat and grow avocados and join in the avo juggling and other avo games and tests of skill.
The Laidley Garden Club will have hundreds of plants on display and for sale with proceeds of sales being shared with the Red Cross. We will also visit the Quilt and Craft Expo for a wonderful display of crafts, quilts and fine arts.
Join us for an exclusive evening at Rydges Southbank and take in the spectacular pyrotechnic display from the 12th floor roof top function room. Watch the night sky ignite into a kaleidoscope of colours
The Esk Bush Band came together 20 years ago and is composed mainly of blokes from the Uniting Church who enjoy playing piano, accordions, bass guitar, mouth organ, bush bass (an old tea chest) and lager phone (think bottle tops) together with singers.
David, Craig and Andrew are known for their stylish, unique and often hilarious takes on songs from every genre. Individuially, they have beautiful voices. Together they sing like the band of brothers they are.