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Queensland Day is nearly here and Whitsunday Regional Council is going to put on a celebration!
Mayor Andrew Willcox said that Tuesday, 6 June, will mark Queensland’s 158th birthday and will give the Whitsunday Region a chance to come together and celebrate this great state.
“This year with sponsorship from the Queensland Government, Council will be holding free community barbeques in towns across the region,” Mayor Willcox said.
“Local community groups are lending a hand and cooking the barbeque and we have a range of local talent providing entertainment,” he said.
“There are many people still doing it tough since Cyclone Debbie and these events will provide another opportunity for our residents to come together, bring their families, relax and have a good time.”
“After all, that’s what being a Queenslander is about.”
See below for details on the Queensland Week celebrations in the Whitsunday Region:
Airlie Beach Date: Saturday 3rd June Location: Airlie Beach Lagoon Time: 12pm – 3pm
Proserpine Date: Sunday 4th June Location: Pioneer Park Time: 12pm – 3pm
Bowen Date: Saturday 10th June Location: Hansen Park – Horseshoe Bay Road Time: 12pm – 3pm
Molongle Creek Date: Sunday 4th June Location: Molongle Creek Boat Club – Molongle Creek Road Time: 12pm – 3pm
Mt Coolon (in conjunction with Endeavour Rally) Date: Saturday 10th June Location: Mt Coolan Hotel Time: 6pm – 9pm
Dingo Beach (in conjunction with Whitfunday) Date: Sunday 11th June Location: Dingo Beach Foreshore Time: 12pm – 3pm
The Whitsunday Regional Council Queensland Day Community Barbeques are proudly funded by the Queensland Government’s Queensland Day Sponsorship Program.
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