Townsville North Queensland offers a huge line up of entertainment and events with sports, food, cultural and music festivals in full swing throughout the year. Cheer yourself hoarse at a national sporting match, bask in the sun during Magnetic Island Race Week or enjoy a performance by the world’s finest chamber musicians at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music. Become part of the exciting calendar of events and immerse yourself in the laid back, vibrant lifestyle. 

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Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks

What do you get if you fuse some of the most iconic and eye-popping skyscrapers from Asia and Australia with LEGO? You get the awe-inspiring Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks, an interactive exhibition at the Museum of Tropical Queensland that showcases architecture and design in a lively, creative space. Created by Australia’s Ryan McNaught, the only certified LEGO professional in the Southern Hemisphere, Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks showcases 15 skyline-defining towers including Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, Taiwan’s Taipei 101, Japan’s Tokyo Skytree, Kuala Lumpur’s twin Petronas Towers and Sydney’s own Sydney Tower. “Creating two to three-metre high versions of these iconic buildings has been an incredible challenge, pushing the almost limitless possibilities of LEGO. The results should amaze and inspire visitors of all ages,” Ryan said. Featuring over 400,000 LEGO bricks weighing more than 1,000 kilograms, the LEGO Towers of Tomorrow took more than 2,000 hours (nearly three months) to build. Visitors inspired by these awesome towers will have the chance to create their own ‘towers of tomorrow’ with over 200,000 loose LEGO bricks available in hands-on construction areas.

30th June 2016 to
13th November 2016

Townsville turns 150; the old and the news

This significant exhibition at the Museum of Tropical Queensland reveals the news stories, events, developments and local personalities that shaped the Townsville region from 1866 to 2016. From the declaration of the municipality of Townsville in 1866, to the spirited rejuvenation of the city heart in 2016, this exhibition tracks the development of the Queen City of the North. This exhibition was developed in partnership with James Cook University, Townsville City Council and the Townsville Bulletin.

10th July 2016 to
29th January 2017

Full Moon Down Under - Base Magnetic Island

The Biggest Island Party In Australia, at Townsville - Queensland. For the last 5 years, Full Moon Down Under has become one of Queensland's, and Australia's most iconic events. Full Moon is staged monthly and set on the ridiculously beautiful Magnetic Island's Nelly Beach. We hand pick our artists, bringing the biggest acts Australia and the world has to offer so they can commit to delivering an explosive night full of entertainment. With up to 3,000 people from different parts of the world travelling to experience their unique island party, you can expect nothing less then fire twirlers, body paint, plenty of colour and good times! From sunset to sunrise, it is a night you may or may not remember

22nd July 2016 to
1st January 2017

Centenary Park Charity Markets

On the 4th Sunday of each month, local producers gather at Centenary Park to sell fresh produce, home made crafts, jewellery, clothing, and just about anything else you can think of. Each month the markets raise funds for a nominated charity.

24th July 2016 to
27th November 2016

Paluma Push Mountain Biking Adventure

The Paluma Push is a point to point adventure mountain bike race. North Queensland's glorious weather makes it perfect for those southerners looking to escape the winter chill. The ride starts in Paluma Village and winds its way through World Heritage rainforest to Paluma Dam, down into big timber and open cattle country and finishes at the historic tin mining settlement of Hidden Valley. The course consists of dirt road, old Four Wheel Drive tracks and sections of single track with some climbs and lots of fun down hills. The Paluma Push recreation course is approximately 42 kilometres long and is recommended for the novice to intermediate riders. The Paluma Push Competition Course is approximately 70 kilometres long and has extra technical sections, difficult climbs and descents to make it more of a challenge and is recommended for the more experienced and fitter rider.

24th July 2016

Australian Festival of Chamber Music

The Australian Festival of Chamber Music presents the finest musicians from around the world in a wonderfully unique and innovative ten day program of 30 concerts set in the tropical warmth of Townsville, North Queensland. The Festival has been delighting audiences for 25 years and has earned a reputation for the quality of its programming and performances along with its friendly, intimate and relaxed atmosphere. There is truly nothing else like it in the world - the unique combination of music, warmth and tropical location create a special atmosphere that entices audiences and artists back year after year.

29th July 2016 to
6th August 2016

The Three Dancers presented by Dancenorth

World premiere. Created by Lee Serle. Internationally celebrated choreographer, Lee Serle returns from New York to create a new contemporary dance work, The Three Dancers. Composed by world-renowned composer, Elena Kats-Chernin, and inspired by Picasso’s painting of the same name, The Three Dancers was originally presented in 2015 as a chamber music concert. Dancenorth’s re-imagining of the score is a unique collision of sound, light and movement. Score co-commissioned by Wimbledon International Music Festival, Dancenorth, Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Sitka Summer Music Festival, El Paso Pro Musica, Northwest Bach Festival and the Rambert Dance Company. Love, desire and betrayal are the ingredients of the shocking true story which inspired Picasso’s masterpiece, Lee Searle’s rendition reveals the intricacy within one of the twentieth century’s greatest artworks. The performance runs for 25 minutes as is presented as part of the AFCM concert crawl.

31st July 2016

Dine with the Dancers - Dancenorth

Join them for a performance of Three Dancers followed by post-show fine dining experience with their inimitable dancers, choreographer Lee Serle and Artistic Director Kyle Page at the award-winning restaurant JAM Corner.

2nd August 2016

Australian Italian Festival 2016

The Australian Italian Festival is celebrated annually, and is a fantastic event that promotes, showcases and celebrates the cultural attributes of Italian migrants and descendant's in the Hinchinbrook Shire and Australia. It has been estimated that over half of Ingham's population has one or more Italian ancestors making it the ideal place to hold this event. It is a celebration of all things Italian – Food, Wine, Cooking Demonstrations, Entertainment, Market Stalls, Historical display, Spaghetti Eating Challenge, Greasy Pole Challenge, Great Toga Race and much more. The 2016 entertainment will feature acts such as fire twirling, 1RAR band, Italian Comedian James Liotta, Tenor Paul Gulinello, MKR Chefs Martino and Luciano, Tango Kraze, Tom Jones and Tina Turner Tribute Show, The Rustica Project, CIAO Freestyle Dancers and The DeBellis Show Band and many more. Tickets are on sale now at the Townsville Tickets website and will also be sold at the gate. But if you buy now you will save up to 25 per cent off the gate price!

6th August 2016 to
7th August 2016

McDonald's Townsville Running Festival

The McDonald's Townsville Running Festival includes a Marathon (42.2 kilometres) Half Marathon (21.1 kilometres), 10K Classic, adult and junior 5 k Run/Walk, 5 kilometre Corporate Challenge and Hero Run. Their AIMS accredited courses are fast, flat and hug the coastline as well as feature the 43rd Townsville Marathon - Australia's second oldest race. All runners experience spectacular views of the Coral Sea, Magnetic Island and the Marina as they follow their tropical blue line and vie for AUD23,000 prize money. With a predawn start marathoners experience a breath taking sunrise over Cleveland Bay as they run along Townsville's award-winning Strand Beach. Arrive early for the pre-race dinner, take in a Cowboys NRL home game and stay for the famous after-party. Treat yourself to a tropical winter getaway this August. Run Townsville and Explore the region. An event Run by Runners for Runners.

7th August 2016

Danny Elliott - I've Got The Music

Danny Elliott is one of the world's most versatile entertainers, playing more than 12 different musical instruments, singing and even tap dancing. No wonder there's little argument that Danny Elliott is a truly gifted musician and performing artist. In his new show, aptly named "I've got the Music", Danny brings his talents to the fore in a spectacular showcase of musical expertise. His showmanship and incredible singing voice add to teh entertainment extravaganza that unfolds on Stage. Whether playing light classics or swing on traditional instruments like piano, flute, clarinet and saxophone; a little country guitar, banjo, fiddle and harmonica; perhaps the didgeridoo, the haunting pan flute, the Irish Penny whistle or even some rock and roll on the bagpipes, there is no doubt about the energy and enchantment Danny creates on stage and shares with his audience.

13th August 2016

Rocket Man songs of Elton John

Rocket Man is a unique and entertaining salute to Sir Elton John, one of the most iconic popular music figures. The show covers Elton's remarkable career from his first hit song through the disco era to his music for the Disney film "The Lion King". You'll also hear intriguing and often hilarious tales about Elton's life and the stories behind the songs. Rocket Man stars classically trained musician Brenton Edgecombe. Brenton learned his first Elton John song at the age of nine while studying the violin. He has played violin with several professional orchestras and once performed as Elton John backed by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Brenton's career in both classical and pop music led to the formation of the double-act String Fever with his wife Jacqui on cello, keyboards, backing vocals and percussion! String Fever are the recipients of five Australian Entertainment Industry MO Awards.

13th August 2016

Townsville Cultural Fest

Beneath the clear and sunny winter skies of Townsville, Townsville Cultural Fest celebrates the depth and diversity of Australian culture with ever increasing jubilation. With this year's festivities being the twenty-second anniversary, they are taking it to the next level. There will be 90 performing groups, 30 food stalls, nine days, four stages and 75 art/craft market stalls. Local and international acts will be offering everything from folk, rock and pop, to Indigenous Australian music, African drum troupes, Pacific Islanders, Middle Eastern and Latin dance groups. The event will start on August 17 with a massive parade of lanterns including exciting and decorated community and cultural entries, from Harmony Park (Corner Warbutton and McKinley Street). Festival activities will be from August 13 to 21. Registration of participants opens online from January and tickets will be available online from February 2016.

13th August 2016 to
21st August 2016

Opera Queensland: The Barber of Seville - Townsville

Dashing Count Almaviva has lost his heart to the sassy young maiden Rosina. But Rosina's guardian is determined to marry her himself until Figaro - king of charisma and silken style - leads the charge to unite the young lovers through a series of hilarious, "fool proof" schemes. Will it all add up to a Spanish mission impossible? Get ready for a rollicking fiesta of sunny Spanish madness as Rossini's celebrated, razor-sharp, musical wit is brought to life by director Lindy Hume and a fabulous cast of Queensland artists.

17th August 2016

Townsville Triathlon Festival

The Townsville Triathlon Festival is entering its 14th year and is proud to announce for 2016 and 2017 we will host the Triathlon Queensland Club Championships – North Queensland testimony to the quality of the course and event itself. 2016 and beyond will see the Festival embark on a new and exciting chapter, with the creation of the “Big Weekend” A weekend of racing, fun and a full festival atmosphere with an array of events and activities to take part in across one massive weekend. Triathlon is one of the world’s fastest growing sports. “The Big Weekend” will appeal to all ages and all fitness level wanting to be involved and have FUN. 2016 will see the inclusion of three new races, a 1km Ocean Swim and the Tri4Women super short course Triathlon (Ladies only – 100m/4km/1.5km) and Team Relays giving the Festival a total of 9 events across 3 days. The Festival will also offer competitors entertainment options including the opening night ‘Carbs With The Stars’ dinner, the option to go to the North Queensland Cowboys home game on the Saturday night, and post event get together on the Sunday afternoon, as part of the “Big Weekend”.

19th August 2016 to
21st August 2016

Always...Patsy Cline

Always... Patsy Cline is more than a tribute to the legendary country singer. The show is based on a true story about Cline's friendship with a fan named Louise Seger, who befriended the star in a Texas honky-tonk in 1961, and continued correspondence with Cline until her untimely death. The musical play, complete with down home country humour, true emotion and even some audience participation, includes 27 of Patsy's unforgettable hits, such as Crazy, I fall to pieces, Sweet Dreams and Walking after Midnight.

19th August 2016 to
20th August 2016

Exhibition Launch: Compact Prints 2016 and Students In-Case 2016 and Shift

"Compact Prints 2016" The Compact Prints international exhibition and exchange has been Umbrella Studio's signature biennial exhibition since 2002. Over the years it has evolved into a significant benchmark of international engagement for printmakers across the globe. "Students In-Case 2016" An exhibition of prints created by local high schools, presented alongside Compact Prints 2016. "Shift" Change, vary, alter, adapt; the printmaking residents working in the studio space at Umbrella present the various print mediums they work in, encouraging discourse with the public on printmaking and reflecting on the changes which occur within their arts practice.

19th August 2016

SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week

Bringing together the excitement of competitive sailing and community events, along with the ambience of Magnetic Island each August, SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week offers an experience to remember. With top notch racing, live bands and partying galore, the shore side program of this annual regatta is sure to leave you wanting more year after year. You don't need to be a competitive sailor to participate in this great event, there is something available for everyone whether it be jumping onboard the a racing yacht or partying after dark with the crews at one of the social functions.

1st September 2016 to
4th September 2018

Sail at Magnetic Island Race Week

Join the crew on Pilgrim and experience the exhilaration of racing in one of Queensland's premier yacht races in the beautiful waters surrounding Magnetic Island! There's plenty to do aboard a racing yacht so regardless of your skill level you'll be given the opportunity to get involved hoisting, trimming or grinding!! There will be six experienced sailors on board to guide and instruct you throughout the race. You can join the crew for just one day of racing or claim your spot on board for the whole regatta and save 15 per cent. Contact us directly to sign up for the whole regatta. Price includes sandwich lunch, soft drinks, post race drink (beer, wine or bubbles) and post race snacks. Racing starts on Friday 2 September and finishes on Tuesday 6 September. Sunday is a "lay day" with no racing - a great opportunity to explore Magnetic Island or relax on one of the Island's 23 magnificent beaches.

2nd September 2016 to
6th September 2016

Towers Rocks

It's not just about the music, it's the experience! Towers Rocks is a community festival for those that want to enjoy their rock music live accompanied by great food and wine in a premier festival experience! Camp the weekend at Bivouac Junction and enjoy Friday night on food and live local entertainment, all day and all night of Aussie Rock legends and great food and drink on Saturday and a relaxing Sunday market day with and Aussie Rock legend supported by local bands. There is fantastic support and interest already evident for this years event, jump on board and come along to a Slydogz Rocks concert. Tickets and camping available now from the web site - don't miss out!

2nd September 2016 to
4th September 2016

Magnetic Island Bay Dayz Festival

Magnetic Island bursts with 50+ events and activities during the month-long Magnetic Island Bay Dayz Festival each September. The program includes island-wide competitions, the Rotary Beer Can Regatta, Morleys Spring Equinox Fair, one-off cultural events, Talk Like A Pirate Day, Movies Under The Stars, Mega Markets, the very popular Sand Sculpture Competition and Oktoberfest which is set right on picturesque Horseshoe Bay beach. Each of the four main bays and beaches on the island has events over the month. There are also outdoor movies, live music, art exhibitions, gallery openings, environmental walks and talks, workshops, restaurant discounts, health and beauty discounts - you name it, the Festival has something for everyone! We advise you book your accommodation early.

2nd September 2016 to
2nd October 2016

Burdekin Water Festival

The Burdekin's abundant water supply is celebrated each year at this much-loved festival. It is one of the longest running festivals in Queensland, with the first festival being held on 6 September 1958. The celebrations include a wide variety of exciting events that encompass the whole community. The three month-long program of events kicks off with Tastes of the Burdekin in July - an outdoor food festival with an international flavour. The festivities culminate in a street parade and mardi gras in Ayr's Central Business District in September. The colourful floats are always a big drawcard, especially those bearing the festival ambassador entrants.

3rd September 2016

Charters Towers Festival

This year, Charters Towers celebrates with 'Party at Charlie's Trousers'! This year's festival will have a party atmosphere with a fuse of events and attractions which features the town's original heritage through to the modern culture the region has developed. Those more adventurous may like to take on 'Towers Rush'. This is an Amazing Race style treasure hunt in Charters Towers where you will race to checkpoints and complete challenges to gain points. Be the team with the most points at the end of the race to take out the title at Towers Rush 2016. The festival includes triathlons, art exhibitions and workshops, heritage walking tours, live shows and theatre productions, the Inland Barra Fishing Classic on the mighty Burdekin River, the Charity Ball, outback races, music festival and much more.

3rd September 2016 to
30th October 2016

Townsville Caravan, 4×4 and Outdoor Adventure Expo

The Townsville Caravan, 4×4 & Outdoor Adventure Expo is an exciting event held at Reid Park, Townsville. This event takes on a new look in 2016, focusing on the outdoors, including caravans, camper trailers, 4x4's and vehicles, motoring accessories, camping gear, boating, fishing, tourism, travel and more. You’ll be sure to find everything you need to explore the great outdoors !

9th September 2016 to
11th September 2016

T150 Port of Townsville Gala Dinner Under the Stars

Townsville City Council will celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary in style when it plays host to The Port of Townsville Gala Dinner Under the Stars at Strand Park. This special occasion will pay tribute to one of the biggest gala outdoor events ever staged in the city, the Longest Dinner on the Strand, which was held to officially open the Strand in 1999. Guests will enjoy a night of fine dining and entertainment featuring Australian music legend Daryl Braithwaite, Sydney show band Jellybean Jam and the Serenata String Quartet. Fine food will feature on the menu with some of Townsville’s top restaurants and chefs showcasing their culinary delights matched with the finest wines. Restaurants will include Essentially Fresh, Michel’s Restaurant, A Touch of Salt, Chef on Call Catering, Seasoned and Jam Corner. The Brewery will also join the city’s celebrations by crafting its own T150 brew which will be exclusively available on night for guests to enjoy. This is an 18+ event.

10th September 2016

TheatreiNQ - Hamlet

TheatreiNQ's Hamlet - Shakespeare Under The Stars 2016 is William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Based on the popular Nordic legend of Amleth, Hamlet has endured as one of Shakespeare's most popular tragedies. TheatreiNQ is taking it back to it's roots with a Viking-era adaptation. Townsville's beautiful Queens Gardens will one again play home to Shakespeare Under The Stars. Directed by Terri Brabon this production features James Raggatt and Townsville's own Brendan O'Connor. Enjoy a magical night under the stars!

13th September 2016 to
25th September 2016

Charters Towers Charity Ball

The Charters Towers Charity Ball will include a live charity auction boasting donated items from local and regional businesses. Live music by the Sera-Jane Band, great food, reasonably priced bar and room to dance will make this a night to remember. Dress to impress and join the fun while helping to raise funds for a deserving charity. Funds raised at this year's Ball will be supporting Ronald McDonald House North Queensland.

16th September 2016

Doll - Riverway Sessions

Babushka present a cute and creepy cabaret all about our first childhood BFF, the doll. Utilising their range of talents, the Babushka gals will nurse dolls, break dolls and become dolls in their typically surprising arrangements of everything from Regurgitator to Offenbach. Prepare to be seduced, comforted, tickled and burped through a darkly comedic musical experience drawing from opera, 80s pop, nursery rhymes and rock'n'roll. Babushka beckons you into the Barbie Dreamhouse for a very grown-up play-date. Tickets include tapas served to your table at 7.45pm. Book now!

17th September 2016

East Coast Encounter

East Coast Encounter includes the work of Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and writers to re-envisage the encounter by James Cook and his crew with Aboriginal people in 1770. Cook's 1770 voyage has become central to narratives of Australian history and precipitated European colonisation of the country. By enabling this significant encounter to be expressed in multiple ways and from varied points of view, East Coast Encounter seeks to promote cultural dialogue and reconciliatory understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. This project has been developed by the University of the Sunshine Coast and assisted by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body

23rd September 2016 to
30th October 2016

Inland Barra Fishing Classic

The Barramundi fishing tournament is held on the picturesque Burdekin River upstream of the Weir. This is a great family weekend with prizes up for grabs. Try your luck at catching that elusive inland Barra! Camping available at the venue.

23rd September 2016 to
25th September 2016

ABCRA North Queensland Zone Finals Rodeo

The Charters Towers Rodeo Association are proud to host the ABCRA North Queensland Zone Finals Rodeo in 2016. The Zone finals will see the top 10 competitors in each event tough it out for the end of year trophy buckles. An event not to be missed! All of this extreme rodeo action takes place under the covered arena at the Charters Towers Dalrymple Equestrian Complex.

24th September 2016

Luxlumin - Lighting Up The City

For the second time, the Townsville community will have the opportunity to participate in an event which is hard to overlook. Luxlumin - lighting up the city, will transform the Central Business District into an outdoor gallery as the streets and buildings are covered with light, colour and moving images. Luxlumin will combine digital mapping, lighting design and live performance on 13 sites in the Townsville Central Business District to commemorate Townsville's 150th anniversary. The history of heritage listed buildings and the stories of the people who occupied them will be revealed through projection and theatre as a celebration of our rich and diverse history.

30th September 2016 to
3rd October 2016

Exhibition Launch: More than Steel and Stone and Ad Wer: Story of the Stars by Erub Island and Young Indigenous Printmakers

"More than Steel and Stone" - A Main Space exhibition of sculpture, paintings and prints by a group of related artists taking inspiration from aspects of myth and folklore with relevance to today. "Ad Wer: Story of the Stars by Erub Island" - An exhibition by Tommy Pau of 20 new print works examining constellations used by the Eastern Islanders of the Torres Strait. "Young Indigenous Printmakers" - Linocut prints created by local high school students during skills development workshops in the studio downstairs at Umbrella. A collaborative outreach project with Gallery Services Townsville.

30th September 2016

Bell Shakespeare's Othello

A violent exploration of the thin line that separates love and jealousy, Othello is a relentless journey of vicious passion. A warrior on the fields of war, felled by the sharpness of whispered words, Othello is a man swept up in desire, quickly turned to murderous rage when he is betrayed by his military brother-in-arms, the cynically destructive Iago.

6th October 2016

Light the Night

In October each year, over 40,000 Australians join in a twilight walk to Light the Night. The walk is to remember those loved ones lost to a blood cancer, support those who are receiving treatment and give hope to all. It is visually spectacular and emotionally uplifting and raises vital funds to ensure the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland can continue to offer support to blood cancer patients and their families as well as fund the continuing research to provide better patient outcomes.

7th October 2016

Glencore Greek Fest Townsville

Glencore Greek Fest Townsville is a unique event which embraces both Greek and Australian cultures through music, dance, cuisine, fun and games. It is a family event which provides a safe and friendly environment. The festival is one of the few free entry cultural/arts events remaining in the region. The Hellenic dancers of Townsville and instate Dancers from will be performing variety of Greek dances. Cooking shows will demonstrate Greek Cuisine. Quality Children's show performing two shows each day. A band from Adelaide will entertain with traditional and modern instruments. There are rides for the children, children's activities, grape stomping, plate smashing and fireworks. One can go for a swim in the big lagoons or relax under the rain trees, enjoy the food and wine and watch performances on stage or on a giant screen from anywhere on the park. 2016 will see Townsville celebrate 150 years as a city

8th October 2016 to
9th October 2016

Sweet, Sour and Saucy

Join self-appointed "experts on love" Barbara and Barry (aka Melissa Western and Tnee Dyer) for well-intentioned, yet questionable advice through talkback radio and a unique mix of sweet, sour and saucy songs of yesteryear. A vintage Ocker musical duo where hilarious banter, virtuosic piano playing and rich harmonies are just the beginning! This 1950s inspired Australian talkback radio love show features songs by Eartha Kitt, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Bessie Smith, Nat King Cole and more. One piano, two glorious voices, erotic spoons ... what's not to love?

11th October 2016 to
12th October 2016

Roaring Twenties - Riverway Sessions

It's VooVoo's birthday and she's throwing a wild party. She's bringing her hot jazz band, gorgeous special guests and promises a night filled with decadence and surprise. Come dressed in 1920s style and become the speakeasy set celebrating The Roaring Twenties in a smoky, authentic experience of twenties hedonism. Filled with excess, decadence and hot jazz this is a night where audience members help create the atmosphere by dressing in theme and becoming the speakeasy crowd. Tickets include tapas served to your table at 7.45pm. Book now!

12th October 2016

T150 Defence Force Air Show and Townsville Bulletin Sky Show

Townsville celebrates 150 years in 2016 (T150) with a year-long program of celebrations and activities, including council and community festivals, events, concerts, exhibitions, sporting events and much more; and they want you to join them. Council is conjunction with the RAAF will stage a major air show along the Strand. This will be the signature grand scale community event of the T150 year. The air show will be followed by a community concert, fireworks and live/simulcast music.

15th October 2016

Taste The North

Taste The North is a regional Performing Arts, Produce and Culinary Festival in North Queensland Whether you are looking for cutting edge arts, cuisine or sampling stunning local produce there is something for all arts and culture connoisseurs. On Saturday, enjoy the Townsville BMW Performing Arts, Produce and Culinary Gala Dinner. An exclusive evening showcasing the talent and produce of North Queensland, set under the Breezeway at Quayside Terminal overlooking Magnetic Island and Castle Hill. Experience a Stella evening of fine food, champagne and wine while being entertained by local performing artists including one of Australia's leading dance companies- Dance North Pol Roger Champagne Sunset Cruise on Friday. Imagine sipping on French champagne while we cruise along The Strand, enjoy views of Castle Hill and Magnetic Island. Chefs from award winning JAM and Michel's restaurant will delight you with with canapés created from their local produce.

21st October 2016 to
23rd October 2016