A world of fun, laughs, action, thrills and non stop entertainment is all included in the gate price at this year’s two day Fraser Coast Show at the Maryborough Showgrounds on 25-26 May. The adrenalin-boosting entertainment program includes award winning monster truck, Outback Thunda, flaming, thumping Jet Quad and the breathtaking Human Inferno.
Animals are at the heart and soul of the Fraser Coast Show with the region’s finest on show in competitions, events, demonstrations and displays of cattle, team penning, dogs and over 250 equestrian classes in the centre ring. The Fraser Coast Show is an adventure ground for kids, full of amazing discoveries and free entertainment. They can get up close with farm animals, be entertained with tap, jazz and hip hop performances and enjoy the ever popular Pooki Doos.
Returning, by popular demand, is the Saturday evening Rodeo. Spectators will be exhilarated by the daring feats of the rodeo riders and the awesome brute force of the beasts and can then chill out to live music after the rodeo
A spectacular fireworks display will be held both nights with an exceptional finale to close the Show on Saturday night.
The historic car show on 20th May is open to all car clubs and the public with veteran, vintage, classic and special interest vehicles.
A judging fee of $5 will apply to those wishing to have their vehicles judged. Trophies will be awarded to the best vehicles in their various categories. There will also be a section for motorbikes.
Car enthusiasts wishing to display their vehicles are welcome. Food stalls, entertainment, live music, raffles and other displays will be available during the day.
From 18th May till 7th July at the Hervey Bay regional Gallery xxpect to see the most original, innovative and quirky objects ever, in this contemporary and perhaps controversial exhibition of artworks created using non-mainstream materials.
Artists from across the Wide Bay region and Queensland, as well as from interstate, have been selected to present their most unique and skillfully created artworks expressing a theme of their choice.
The only catch is that they must use predominantly recycled objects or ‘alternative’ materials as their media of choice.
This particularly entertaining showcase verges on the strange, if not absurd, in exploring a range of ideas and approaches to creating art.