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

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

Metamorphosis: The Art of Tom Moore

Metamorphosis is the 2016 Glencore Children’s Exhibition, and focuses on the stunning hybrid life-forms of leading Australian glass artist, Tom Moore. Moore’s menagerie of characters combine botanical, zoological, and mechanical elements. Drawing inspiration from “the sharp observational wit of literary absurdists such as Edward Lear and…Dr Seuss” (Slade, 2016), the works are simultaneously humorous and insightful, giving us great joy, while also providing pause for thought about the human impact on the natural world.

20th September 2016 to
23rd October 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

JCU New Media Arts Graduate Exhibition

James Cook University's Graduate Exhibition is an opportunity to showcase the talents of Townsville's emerging artists as they transition from student artists to professional artists.

21st October 2016 to
13th November 2016

BMW Townsville 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 On Sunday 23rd October enjoy a "Paddock to Plate" long table farm lunch at Harvey Range Tea Rooms. Chefs from JAM and A Touch of Salt will create a 3 course regional share table luncheon. Enjoy Petaluma wines with Amy Zaghini performing.

21st October 2016 to
23rd October 2016

Townsville Rock Fest - Not Too Old To Dance

The first Townsville Rock Fest (known then as the Not Too Old To Dance concert) was held in October 2012 in a bid to give the oldies a great night out with the music they love – not that doof-doof garbage the youngin’s listen to. In that time, they’ve been proud to bring some iconic rockers to Townsville including 1927, The Choirboys, Mental as Anything and the Souper Group featuring John ‘Swanee’ Swan, Kevin Borich, Mark Gable, Harry Brus and Mick O’Shea… and this year they’ve got even more legendary acts up their sleeves with the Baby Animals and Pseudo Echo headlining and some great local acts to be announced soon. The team of passionate old rockers – and some young ones who they just keep around to help with the techie stuff (you know how it is!) – had been dreaming of a music fest exclusively for over 40s for many years before Townsville man Richard Fuller was famously told he was “too old to dance” at a Cold Chisel concert.

22nd October 2016

Noni Hazlehurst in Mother

Christie (Noni Hazlehurst) has found herself at the fringe of the world. Homeless, ageing, living on the outskirts of suburbia, she attracts the curiosity of the locals with the story of her colourful, troubled life. Delving into the significance of our primary relationships, this provocative performance will leave you haunted with understanding and sympathy for those living on the farthest edges of society. There but by the grace of God go we.

27th October 2016

SALT: Murray Fredericks

Salt, Murray Fredericks - The Salt Series (2016) is a sumptuous collection of shots from perhaps Fredericks’ most lauded series, Salt. Each photograph presents a unique view of Lake Eyre, the Australian outback’s uninterrupted dry salt pan. The artist made 16 solo journeys to Lake Eyre between 2003 and 2010, at times spending as long as five weeks in complete solitude, absorbing the very essence of the location. Widely celebrated, the works have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and are collected in major public and private collections internationally. Now, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery is proud to be able to present these landmark works for Townsville audiences.

28th October 2016 to
27th November 2016

Towers Rush

This year you'll participate in 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. Be part of the event which captivated the community in its inaugural event in 2015 which had competitors abseiling heritage buildings, constructing food masterpieces, paddling the river, completing puzzles and challenges and much more!

30th October 2016

An Evening with Groucho - Riverway Sessions

Award-winning actor Frank Ferrante recreates his PBS, New York and London acclaimed portrayal of legendary comedian Groucho Marx in this fast paced 90 minutes of hilarity. The two-act comedy consists of the best Groucho one liners, anecdotes and songs including "Hooray for Captain Spalding," and "Lydia, the Tattooed Lady." The audience literally becomes part of the show as Ferrante ad-libs his way throughout the performance in grand Groucho style. Tickets include tapas served to your table at 7.45pm. Book now!

4th November 2016


Award-winning actor/director/playwright Frank Ferrante recreates his PBS, New York and London acclaimed portrayal of legendary comedian Groucho Marx in this fast paced 90 minutes of hilarity. The two-act comedy consists of the best Groucho one-liners, anecdotes and songs including "Hooray For Captain Spalding," and "Lydia, the Tattooed Lady." The audience literally becomes part of the show as Ferrante ad-libs his way throughout the performance in grand Groucho style. Accompanied by his onstage pianist, Ferrante portrays the young Groucho of stage and film and re- acquaints the audience with the likes of brothers Harpo, Chico, Zeppo and Gummo, Charlie Chaplin, W.C. Fields, Greta Garbo, Marx foil, Margaret Dumont and MGM's Louis B. Mayer. A show perfect for all ages! What the Critics Said: "Nothing short of masterful" - Chicago Tribune. "Hilarious" - Chicago Reader, Critics Choice. "What Mr. Ferrante offers is a re-creation accurate and rooted in character." - London Times.

5th November 2016

Exhibition Launch: Generation: Umbrella Annual Members Prize and An Island Almanac

"Generation: Umbrella Annual Members' Prize 2016" - Umbrella Studio reaches a milestone in 2016 by turning 30 years old. This year, the theme Generation invites our artist members' to reflect upon how Umbrella has impacted this generation of artists in Townsville or their own interpretation of the word generation. The exhibition has a AUD1,000 artist prize sponsored by Sister City Partners. "An Island Almanac" - A Vault Space exhibition of 12 mixed media artworks by 12 Magnetic Island artists. Each framed work depicts a personal view of a month on Magnetic Island. Free entry - cash bar.

11th November 2016

Da Vinci Machines

Pinnacles Gallery is set to host the major international touring exhibition, loaned from the Museum of Leonardo Da Vinci, Florence. Over 500 years ago, Leonardo da Vinci conceived possibilities far beyond the understanding of others. His ideas about nature, anatomy, mechanics and flight, reveal a man of extraordinary vision. Da Vinci Machines brings the innovations of Leonardo da Vinci to life, featuring over 75 exhibits reconstructed from illustrations and writings by the mastermind. Encounter and test his amazing machines, see his magnificent artworks, and reflect on the genius that was Leonardo da Vinci. The exhibition is presented by The Niccolai Group Artisans of Florence Pty Ltd, together with The Museum of Leonardo Da Vinci, Florence - Italy, under the auspices of Comune di Firenze (Florence) Professor Carlo Pedretti, UCLA (Los Angeles), Associazione Culturale - La Cittá Ideale (Vigevano).

12th November 2016 to
12th February 2017

Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Passion and Romance

Witness the power and emotion of Queensland Symphony Orchestra, live in concert, for one night only. Queensland's largest orchestra will set your heart racing with a program featuring famous works of passion and romance! You will hear orchestral masterpieces by some of the world's greatest composers including Smetana, Dvořák and Chopin. Immerse yourself in this evening of music that was inspired by the dramatic landscapes and diverse cultures of the composers' Slavonic homeland. QSO: Passion and Romance is presented as part of the 2016 Theatre Season.

15th November 2016

Travelling Film Festival Townsville

Australia's longest running travelling film festival bringing world cinema to regional Australia is coming back to Townsville with a program packed full of the best cinema from around the world. Join them for this outstanding program of nine feature films. Tickets are now on sale! Check out the full line-up at the website.

18th November 2016 to
21st November 2016

PBR Iron Cowboy

Experience a once in a lifetime event as the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) prepare to deliver two huge nights of the toughest sport on dirt. It's a showdown like no other - elite cowboys versus the toughest bulls on the planet in a three hour action packed sporting entertainment event that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Cowboys all eager for glory as they strive to overcome the power of the 52 most extreme bucking bulls in a battle of power, agility and the fight of the fittest eight seconds at a time. Choreographed with pyrotechnics, lasers, concert sound system and mega screen replays, with multiple camera angles that will take you behind the scenes and inside the bucking chutes as riders prepare for the ride of their life whilst delivering you the ultimate live event bull riding experience inside the Townsville Entertainment Centre. .

18th November 2016 to
19th November 2016

The Ultimate Tribute to Shirley Bassey

Brunie has a voice of outstanding quality, range and power and caresses the lyrics of a ballad, as only she can. Her infectious smile and total commitment to her audience, stamps Brunie with that "Rare Touch Of Class". Brunie's interpretation of Bassey, and her music, is second only to the lady herself. The show includes many Bassey hits, such as Diamonds are Forever, Goldfinger, Big Spender, This is my Life and many more! Brunie and Shirley have a lot in common, firstly their fabulous Voice, and their passion for beautiful Clothes and Diamonds.

22nd November 2016 to
23rd November 2016

Shirley Bassey Tribute - Brunie Riley

The ultimate tribute to Shirley Bassey featuring Brunie Riley - The Showstopper! Brunie has a voice of outstanding quality, range and power, and caresses the lyrics of a ballad - a lady of considerable experience and talent, who's career has taken her around the world. "The Power .. The Image .. The Presence!" That is how people review this show, Brunie is a knockout singing all of Bassey's greatest hits. The Show boasts an eight or a ten piece Orchestra, and one or two opening acts. Indulge yourself, if you are a Shirley Bassey fan, you will love this show. The songs in the show include: Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, As Long As He Needs Me, Nobody Does It Like Me, Big Spender, This Is My Life, Unchained Melody, New York, The Lady Is A Tramp and Don't Cry Out Loud. Just to name a few!

26th November 2016

Picturing Townsville

Drawing works from the incredible City of Townsville Art Collection, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery marks Townsville's celebration of its 150th year with Picturing Townsville, an exhibition of hidden treasures created across those 150 years. Each work captures a moment in time and tells a story of the development of our city, and the issues and events that have shaped our community.

2nd December 2016 to
22nd January 2017

Carols by Candlelight - Townsville

Celebrate the Christmas spirit with the 2016 Carols by Candlelight! Held at Reid Park under the big top, the evening begins with pre-show entertainment showcasing some of Townsville's local dance schools. With free entertainment, a special visit from Santa, amusement rides and a variety of food and beverage stalls, the night will be one to remember.

4th December 2016

Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous

Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous gives you a chance to experience life on earth 145 million years ago. Featuring more than 20 animated, life-size dinosaur models, including the fearsome T-Rex, and Queensland’s very own Muttaburrasaurus, the Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous exhibition will transport you back millions of years to when dinosaurs ruled the earth.

10th December 2016 to
8th July 2017

Stable on the Strand 2016

Townsville's Christmas Festival, Stable on the Strand, celebrates its fifteenth birthday in 2016 at Townsville's premier event location, Strand Park. Stable on the Strand is one of Australia's most spectacular Christmas events, delighting crowds of 40000 over five nights. Stable on the Strand 2016 will feature the Town of Bethlehem: the story of the birth of Jesus told interactively using live actors as wise men, shepherds, Roman soldiers, King Herod, and of course Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus; camels, chickens, goats, sheep, and a donkey for children to pat; huge carousel in the Stable Village; fabulous youth program; great children's activities; amazing entertainment on the Main Stage with local and guest artists; hospitality areas: enjoy the ambience of Stable on the Strand while enjoying free tea, coffee and Christmas Cake. Entry is free!

18th December 2016 to
22nd December 2016

New Year's Eve - The Strand

The Strand, Riverway and Northern Beaches See the sky light up across the city to bring a close to Townsville's 150 Celebrations and welcome in the new year. Fireworks displays will be held across the city in four locations at the Strand, Riverway, Magnetic Island and the Northern Beaches area. In addition, the popular Pictures in the Park will also continue to be held at Strand Park and Riverway with the screening of two movies either side of the fireworks displays. Come along and join in the family friendly fun and welcome in the New Year in a traditional relaxed no-fuss North Queensland style!

31st December 2016

Charters Towers PBR Touring Pro Series

40 of the Nation's most accomplished bull riders annually converge on the gold mining town of Charters Towers for the annual PBR in the Outback New Years Eve Touring Pro Series Event. Great family entertainment filled with the thrills and spills of this major league sporting event will keep you entertained from the first bull until the last. Come to the outback this New Years Eve and witness the Toughest Sport on Dirt.

31st December 2016

Goldfield Ashes

The Charters Towers Goldfield Ashes is the largest amateur cricket carnival in the southern hemisphere. It is conducted in January by the Charters Towers Cricket Association Incorporated (CTCA). The event was recently given the status of being a Queensland Iconic Event. Matches are played on 58 different playing fields, including some which are privately owned. Whilst 'The Ashes' has grown to levels well beyond the imagination of President Jack Mann's original concept, it has not lost its reputation for friendliness and hospitality. Perhaps within that reputation, lies the secret of its past success and assured growth in the future.

20th January 2017 to
22nd January 2017

Adventurethon Magnetic Island

Paddle, mountain bike and trail run tropical Magnetic Island, North Queensland in the Adventurethon Magnetic Island. This multi-disciplined physical challenge has varying levels of difficulty, catering to the most seasoned athletes or first time fitness enthusiasts. The great thing about this multisport challenge is that newcomers can tackle the leg of the race they are comfortable with, and share the other legs as part of a team. There is even a duathlon option for the non-paddling athlete! The Magnetic Island Adventurethon is one of Queensland's toughest races, and the pinnacle in a series of five events around Australia. Completing this challenge creates a lasting memory for those with the courage to take it on. Be part of the action, either as a supporter or as a competitor. Add a splash of tropical adventure to your life!

1st April 2017

Townsville MS Swimathon

The Kokoda Memorial Pool will host the last MS Swimathon event of the season to raise vital funds to help people living with multiple sclerosis (MS). It doesn't matter if you can do 100 fast laps or doggy paddle one, everyone can join in, have fun and support people living with MS - an incurable disease which affects a person's central nervous system. Designed as a relay event, teams must have one swimmer in the water at all times throughout the entire 12 hour event period. Participants can raise donations by asking for a one off donation from friends and family or being sponsored based on the number of laps they can do. Registrations open 29 February, so get involved to help support those individuals living with MS and their families.

7th May 2017

MagnetiCon - Townsville Pop Culture Event

Townsville's first Pop Culture Event was held on July 2 and 3, 2016 and was a roaring success, so they are set to bring everything pop culture to Townsville on June 3 and 4, 2017. They will have movie stars, cosplayers from Australia and the United States of America as well as cartoonist that have done work from the Simpsons to My Little Pony. Come try the Zombie obstacle course, go down Artist Alley, see Doctor Who's Tardis a Dalek and you might even see someone dressed up as the eleventh Doctor. They will have memorabilia from Civic Video - Fairfield Water Movies and Collectibles (Platinum Sponsor) on site as well. They have vendors travelling from Sydney and all over Queensland selling everything pop culture so they can't wait to see you in Tropical North Queensland during their beautiful winter 17 to 26 degrees.

3rd June 2017 to
4th June 2017

Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships

The Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships is a test of skill and endurance, with thousands of dollars in prize money up for grabs for competitors. Bring the family to experience history coming back to life, in the sugar capital of Australia- the Burdekin region. Spectators will have the opportunity to walk through a paddock of burnt sugarcane - an unusual and memorable experience for many city dwellers. Watch tonnes of burnt sugarcane being cut through the grit and determination of the competitors. The dirty, back-breaking work of a by-gone era, the expertise of the 'old-timers', and the excitement of the 'Cut, Top and Load' will be on show again at this iconic Australian event. Novice and Ladies Cup competitions have been added to the program. Championship titles and trophies are presented at the end of the day's competitions. Displays, and a free jumping castle, will add to the day's activities, with food and drinks available throughout the day. The Australian Hand Cane Cutting Championships are held at the Home Hill Showgrounds, about one and a quarter hour's drive south of Townsville, and 15 minutes from Ayr.

3rd June 2017

North Queensland Pop Up Festival

Experience Townsville's tropics transformed into a bustling hub of creativity at the North Queensland Pop Up Festival. They've worked with landlords and businesses in the main city street to offer space to artists and other creatives to take them over for nine days. Visit an exhibition or take part in a workshop while you're there to get the most from your experience. Drop in to see and artist work in an open studio, or hear them speak about their work in an artist talk. The Pop Up festival features local, national and international artists - something for everyone.

28th July 2017 to
5th August 2017

Strand Ephemera 2017: The North's Sculpture Festival

Beginning in 2001, ‘Strand Ephemera’ has developed to be a locally loved, nationally significant outdoor sculpture festival. The event has grown from within the community, with the support of collaborating partners, and in 2015 attracted over 138,000 visitors. ‘Strand Ephemera’ is a free event and presents a spectrum of work from the popular to the conceptually demanding, and attracts national and international works, while also providing opportunities for regional artists. 2017 will be the biggest and best 'Strand Ephemera' in the history of the event, featuring an exhibition of site-specific works chosen from a nation-wide call for artists; a curated selection of contemporary works by leading Australian and international artists; and a range of musical and theatre performances. Visitors can engage with 'Strand Ephemera' in a range of ways that go beyond viewing the range of artworks on display, including a range of art workshops, guided tours, and taking part in the photographic competitions.

28th July 2017 to
6th August 2017

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 nine day program of 30 concerts set in the tropical warmth of Townsville, North Queensland. The Festival has been delighting audiences for 26 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.

28th July 2017 to
5th August 2017

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.

6th August 2017

Intersport Townsville Triathlon Festival

The Townsville Triathlon Festival is entering its fifteenth year and is now the "Big Weekend" with nine events over three massive days. Catering for any fitness level aged seven to 70, The Big Weekend has something for everyone, also now the proud home of the Club Championships North Queensland, bringing Triathlon Clubs from Harvey Bay to Mount Isa and north of Cairns to the region to compete for the title. Challenge yourself at the 2017 Intersport Townsville Triathlon Festival, and give yourself the greatest sense of achievement for getting involved. The Festival also offers a number of packages including an unlimited race pass for just AUD150. The Festival kicks off in style every year with the Carbs with the Stars Dinner, an event not to be missed.

18th August 2017 to
20th August 2017

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.

31st August 2017 to
5th September 2017

Great Barrier Reef Film Festival

It's going to be a fun-filled weekend of film at the Great Barrier Reef Film Festival. Film Trivia Night, Feature Films, Film Industry Forums and Workshops, Kids Film Workshops and more! Discount passes available! Travelling from Townsville? They have a Friday Night Pass, Saturday Pass and a Weekend Pass that are all at discounted prices, and include a return ferry trip. Book your accommodation now and stay for the weekend.

8th September 2017 to
10th September 2017