Community notices for the Fraser Coast region

Lazy Sunday by the Mary River

ENJOY a program of free live entertainment showcasing local and visiting artists on the Riverstage.

Settle in with a table under the River Terrace, or bring a rug for a picnic on the lawn. Food Stalls including, Wood Fired Pizzas, and bar service.

Children can enjoy giant lawn games and activities run by the Friends of the Brolga. In wet weather, the event goes ahead using our cosy indoor space in the restaurant and foyer.

Bookings not required, however group bookings are recommended to reserve seating in the Terrace area. Contact our Box Office on 4122 6060 for more information. Sunday, September 6, 3pm to 7pm.

Markets in Maryborough

EVERY Thursday 8am to 1pm

City Hall Green and McDowell car park, corner of Lennox and Kent Sts, Maryborough CBD

Every Thursday, Maryborough's city centre undergoes an amazing transformation into a colourful outdoor heritage bazaar. Wander around over 120 stalls with an amazing array of farm fresh produce and unique wares. Original hand-made craft, homemade treats, artwork, jewellery, clothes, accessories, natural beauty products and gorgeous cut flowers. Meet a cast of characters in historical dress, including the Town Crier, and hear the firing of the historic time cannon at 1pm. Soak up the atmosphere of music and entertainers. Enjoy hot food stalls, relax at an inner city café or find wonderful condiments and gourmet pantry items to take home. Make a day of it in the city and join a guided Heritage Walk Tour from outside the City Hall at 9am or ride on a replica steam engine through nearby Queens Park.

The Fraser Coast Gems

FEATURING work of retired artists, draftsmen and engineers from the Fraser Coast.

Show runs until September 6.

Time:11:25 to 11:10

Contact email:

Address166 Old Maryborough Rd, Pialba, 4655.

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