Bluewater Festival

Bluewater Festival

Celebrate the start of the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race

Apr

19

to

Apr

19

Region
South East Queensland
Start
8:00 am
Finish
7:30 pm
Contact
Events Team
Phone
0413 776 955
Email
eventsteam@sandgatechamber.com.au
Web
http://bluewaterfestival.org.au

FREE family fun for all ages Good Friday, 19 April 2019 from 8 am.

Bluewater Festival provides the absolute best waterfront views for the official start of Australia’s second biggest yacht race ‘The Brisbane to Gladstone’. Known to be one of Australia’s flagship offshore yacht races, it’s a great spectacle to witness the boats set sail at the iconic Bluewater Festival!

In 2019 the festival will be jam packed with FREE entertainment, fun and celebrations for the whole family on Good Friday

  • Beach Party
  • Food Fiesta
  • Markets + Information Stalls
  • Amusement Rides + Sideshow Alley + Trackless Train
  • Kids Animal Farm and Pony Rides
  • Free Kids Art Workshops

Location
Lower Moora Park
Park Parade, Shorncliffe
Find on Google Maps

Organised by the Sandgate & Districts Chamber of Commerce, the famous Bluewater Festival held at Shorncliffe Pier showcases the beauty and attractions of the northern Bayside.

 

 

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