Noosa Australia Day Festival 2018

Noosa Australia Day Festival 2018

  • When: Friday 26 January 2018
  • Where: Noosaville Lions Park, Gympie Terrace, Noosaville
  • Time: 10.30am - 6pm
  • Price: Free entry
  • Email: noosaaustraliadayfestival26@gmail.com
  • Website: www.noosaaustraliadayfestival.com

Noosa celebrates Australia Day with a family-friendly program of all-day entertainment, international food court, market square and attractions on the Noosa River foreshore.

The day starts with a big Aussie breakfast in the park from 7-10am.

Centre stage entertainment:

10.30-11.30am: AZ.U.R. electronic didge, keys and vocals
11.45am-12.45pm: Alexander Mills singer songwriter/acoustic guitar
1-1.15pm: Nickleby the Magician
1.15-2.15pm: Ryan Giles Band
2.30-3.30pm: Carl Lynch Band
3.45-4.45pm: Guitarist Phil Emmanuel
5-6pm: Sharon Brooks & Pocket Love Band.

Marquee stage:

11.30-11.45am: Nickleby the Magician
12.45-1pm: Cherry Ripes Quartet, musical comedy act
2.15-2.30pm: Nickleby the Magician
3.30-3.45pm: Nickleby the Magician
4.45-5pm: Nickleby the Magician.

In the park:

Pony rides, jumping castle, bunjee jumping, roaming entertainers. Kids’ activities running throughout the day include balloon artistry, funky hair styles, face painting, market stalls, food stalls and more.

Parking is available in Chaplin Park, Mill Street, Noosaville.

See Festival updates on Facebook.

The Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony will be conducted at The J, Noosa Heads.

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