Arts and Culture
Experience the wealth of the Fraser Coast’s artistic talent at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery. The modern gallery plays host to high quality touring exhibitions, as well as showcasing the work of local artists.
Exhibitions change every four to six weeks and cover a broad range of displays including painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, textiles and mixed media.
If you have a little knowledge about your family history, and maybe a few old photos, you can follow some basic steps and embark on your family tree adventure. Visit the largest collection of genealogical records in regional Australia and learn about your ancestors.
Get tips from the friendly volunteers about how to research and document your family tree. Learn the origins and meanings of your given name and family surname. With a little curiosity and some enthusiasm you will be on your way to discovering the hidden secrets in your background and heritage.
Hervey Bay’s beaches are protected by nearby Fraser Island, so you won’t find any surf beaches in the region. Calm, gradually deepening waters provide safe swimming for families and ample opportunities for water sports enthusiasts.
A walking and bicycle track runs 15km from Gatakers Bay in the north, through to Urangan, near the marina, at the south. Each beach features parkland that serves as a buffer from the esplanade, and boasts picnic facilities, BBQs and toilets.
Too rocky for most beachgoers, Point Vernon Beach is popular with boaties who fish the reefs just offshore.
Visit the Memorial to the Kanakas, people from various Pacific Islands, who were brought to Australia as conscripted labour, virtually slaves, from 1863 to 1906.
Enjoy spectacular views of Fraser Island and the Great Sandy Strait from the headland at Point Vernon.
Heading further north, you will come across deserted beaches like Dundowran, but be warned, clothing is optional.
Another calm water beach, Pialba is popular with fishermen who position themselves to take advantage of the Tooan Tooan Creek emptying into the bay.
Pialba is famous for the massive colony of fruit bats, numbering over a million, who inhabit the trees about 100m upstream from the creek mouth.
The entertainment hub of Hervey Bay, Pialba is known for annual events staged at its beachfront ovals. Boasting the majority of the region’s shops, banking and offices, Pialba can also be considered as the business heart of Hervey Bay.
The Hervey Bay War Memorial is located in Freedom Park, in Main Street, a rather austere park in comparison to others in the region.
The Esplanade is surrounded by open space along most of its length in Pialba, with the ancient trees forming an archway over the road.
Enjoy a lazy swim in the calm waters of Scarness or try snorkeling at the underwater reef, easily reached at low tide.
Scarness is the home of the local Sailing Club, where local sailors launch their craft. It is also a popular spot for water craft and for amateur fishermen who frequent the pier.
A shady strip of parkland divides the beach from the esplanade and features BBQ and picnic facilities. Opposite the park, the esplanade features cafes and shops and the local Tourist Information Centre.
Located on the beautiful Mary River, Maryborough is one of Queensland's oldest cities, and was the gateway to many of Australia’s free settlers between 1859 and 1901.
This colourful history has been captured in the city's beautifully restored buildings and homes, with arguably the state’s best display of houses from the 19th and 20th centuries. Maryborough has the state’s largest number of original Queenslanders, many of which have been lovingly restored to their former glory.
The high standard of preserved memorabilia and museums and the quality and sheer number of historic homes, have earned Maryborough the title of Queensland’s Heritage City. Visit Brennan and Geraghtys - a fully restored General Store, enjoy the experience of the Heritage Markets or take an spine-tingling Ghost Tour into the city's history.
Explore the treasures of the Maryborough Heritage Centre, take a lazy river cruise or enjoy a traditional Devonshire Tea in the pioneer's homestead "Rosehill'.
Maryborough's 19th century charm, modern facilities, and friendly people, make the city a great place to visit.
How to get there?
Maryborough is about 34km drive from Hervey Bay, back on the Bruce Highway.
Lady Elliot Island is one of only six island resorts on the Great Barrier Reef, and one of only three with direct flight access to the island. The waters surrounding the island teem with marine life, and the island is famous for a resident population of manta rays.
The island boasts a protected lagoon which is ideal for snorkelling, while those visitors with a more adventurous streak can explore the waters of the Coral Sea or try diving off the reefs and drop offs. The exceptional quality of the water allows visitors special encounters with turtles, rays, dolphins, fish and a large variety of coral.
Tour the reef in a glass bottom boat, take a guided reef walk, feed the fish, or just find your own deserted beach on which to relax. Depending on the time of year, you can see turtles hatching on the beach, migrating whales frolicking in the open waters and migratory birds nesting.
How to get there?
The island can only be reached by small airplane. Departure available from Hervey Bay Airport.
• Snorkel Coral Garden and the Lighthouse Path
• Take on a dive tour
• Watch baby turtles hatching from February to March
• Have a drink on the deck of the restaurant
• Relax on the Coral beach
• Take the most beautiful photos of the island from the plane
Smoking is not permitted in Queensland:
• within 4m of non-residential entrances
• between the flags at patrolled beaches
• within 10m of children's playground equipment open to public
• at any major sport stadium
• at restaurants and in any licensed bar or club where drinks or food are consumed either indoors or outdoors.
$150 on-the-spot fines apply for breaches.
It is recommended that advance advice be given to accommodation providers and local operators about special needs requirements, to ensure the best possible assistance.
For more information you can contact:
Disability Services Queensland
Ph: +61 (0)7 3224 8444
Toll Free: 1800 177 120 (within Australia)†
Fax: +61 (0)7 3896 3467
TTY: +61 (0)7 3896 3471
Toll Free: 1800 010 222 (within Australia)†
† Calls from mobile phones are charged at applicable rates.
Freecall/TTY: +61 1800 806 769
Ph: +61 (0)2 6241 1220
Fax: +61 (0)2 6241 1224
A 50km/h limit in residential and commercial areas or where otherwise indicated.
A 100km/h limit on rural area or where otherwise indicated.
A 110km/h on highest speed zone or when otherwise indicated
Fraser Island is a place of exceptional beauty, featuring unblemished white sandy beaches, vibrantly coloured sand cliffs, pristine freshwater lakes of various hues and fast-flowing, crystal-clear creeks.
Fraser Island is strictly four-wheel-drive territory, featuring the world’s only sand highway, Seventy-Five Mile Beach running up the surf side of the island. Seventy-Five Mile Beach gives easy access to the island’s mighty sand blows, the Maheno shipwreck, Indian Head and the Champagne Pools.
Ancient rainforests that grow in the sand dunes, and low “wallum” heaths that provide spectacular wildflower displays are unique features of the island. The wetlands are home to rare patterned ferns, and precious mangrove colonies and play host to up to 40,000 migratory shorebirds each year.
Aquatic life includes migrating Humpback whales, dolphins, dugongs, turtles, sharks and huge rays that frequent the island waters. The island’s wildlife includes rare and endangered species including turtles, Illidge’s ant-blue butterflies, eastern curlews and ground parrots, and what is considered to be the purest strain of Australia’s wild dog, the dingo.
The island’s World Heritage listing ranks it with Australia’s Kakadu, Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef as a precious part of Australia’s natural and cultural heritage.
How to get there?
Via barge from:
- Inskip Point, 15 minutes drive from Rainbow Beach.
- River Heads, east of Maryborough.
- Hervey Bay, Urangan boat harbour.
Tipping is rarely expected in Australia. Exceptional service may be rewarded in restaurants, by rounding up by around 5 to 10%.
It is also acceptable to round up a dollar or two for taxi service.
Telstra payphones are common all over the country. Some accept credit cards, though these are usually only found in metropolitan areas. All other phones will accept coins or a Telstra prepaid phone card. Phone cards are available at post offices, newsagents and convenience stores.
Mobile phones with GSM capabilities can be used in Australia. The most common GSM standard used is 900 MHz, but 1800 is also used. 1900 MHz (used in the USA) is not used in Australia.
Internet access is very common with internet cafes available in most built up areas.
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To convert degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit multiply by 1.8 and add 32
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To convert kilometres to miles multiply by 0.62
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To convert pounds to kilograms multiply by 0.45
To convert kilograms to pounds multiply by 2.20
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Many of the activities on offer are outdoors, so it is advisable to pack a good pair of comfortable walking shoes. Most water based charter companies will suggest that slip resistant footwear is most suitable for day cruises and whale watching tours.
As always, when you are outdoors, it is recommended that you shade yourself with a wide brimmed hat and a high protection factor sunscreen. Sunglasses are also a terrific idea, especially when challenged by the glare reflected off the water. Don’t be fooled in cloudy weather, it is still easy to get sunburnt if you don’t take care to cover up.
A passenger movement charge of departure tax is included in the price of airline tickets.
The charge is $38 per person.
Exemptions apply to children under 12 years, 24-hour transit passengers, or transit passengers who stay longer than a day if their departure is delayed by circumstances beyond their control.
The Federal Government of Australia has implemented a Tourist Refund Scheme (TRS). The TRS enables you to claim a refund, subject to certain conditions, of the goods and services tax (GST) and wine equalisation tax (WET) that you pay on goods you buy in Australia.
To claim a refund you must:
- Spend $300 (GST inclusive) or more in the one store and get a single tax invoice
- Buy goods no more than 30 days before departure
- Wear or carry the goods on board the aircraft or ship and present them - along with your original tax invoice, passport and international boarding pass - to a Customs Officer at a TRS facility
- Claims at airports are only available up to 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure of your flight.
- Claims at seaports should be made no earlier than 4 hours and no later than 1 hour prior to the scheduled departure time of the vessel.
- The refund only applies to goods you take with you as hand luggage or wear onto the aircraft or ship when you leave Australia. It does not apply to services or goods consumed or partly consumed in Australia, such as wine, chocolate or perfume. However, unlike other tourist shopping schemes, most of the goods, such as clothing and cameras, can be used in Australia before departure.
- The TRS is open to all overseas visitors and Australian residents, except operating air and sea crew.
Australia recognises international driving licences, provided the information contained on the licence clearly indicates the types of vehicles you are licensed to drive in your home country.
For visitors from non-English speaking countries, it is probably best to obtain an International Driving Permit – that is, a translation of what is on your licence. This enables Australian police and rental companies to compare the licence with the permit, and see what types of vehicles the licensee is allowed to drive.
Australians drive on the left-hand side of the road. Routes are generally well signposted and the majority of roads are well maintained.
Speed limits and distances are expressed in kilometres (km) and a speed limit of 50km/h is enforced in residential and commercial traffic areas, unless otherwise indicated. On highways and freeways the speed limit is usually 100km/h, unless otherwise indicated.
Drink driving is considered a serious offence and is heavily policed. In some states, for example New South Wales, those with overseas licences are subject to special blood alcohol limits (0.02 in comparison with the normal limit of 0.05). Any driver may be directed by the police to provide a breath specimen to measure intoxication. Refusal to provide a breath sample may result in arrest.
The minimum legal 'drinking' age in Australia is 18.
It is recommended that you carry identification if you are going to a licensed venue, bar or nightclub.
If you cannot prove that you are 18 years or older, you may be refused entry. Liquor stores may also ask for identification prior to purchase.
Please note that it is illegal to provide liquor to any person under the age of 18 (minor).
Credit cards are accepted at the majority of retail outlets, restaurants and hotels. The most commonly accepted cards are Mastercard and Visa.
Major hotels will also accept American Express and Diners' Club, but these are less likely to be accepted by smaller retailers.
Please note that when booking or hailing a taxi it is advisable to discuss methods of payment as not all taxi companies accept credit cards.
Local currency is the Australian dollar, available in units of $100, $50, $20, $10 and $5 notes and $2, $1, 50 cent, 20 cent, 10 cent and 5 cent coins.
All cash transactions are rounded up or down to the nearest 5 cents. Non-cash transactions are usually completed without rounding.
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is applied at the rate of 10%. The price displayed usually includes this tax - it is not added at the register.
For something completely different for the kids, Maze Mania is the place to go. Take the challenge and make you way through the two and a half acre wooden fence maze in the time allocated and you will win a prize.
Think it looks easy? Look again! The maze hides several open rooms which offer several possibilities. Can you find the cheese? Try the maze as many times as you like, or cheer on your friends from the observation deck and enjoy a tasty snack at the café.
And if you think you can come back tomorrow and win – think twice – the maze is changed first thing every morning!
Medical standards in Australia are among the best in the world.
Overseas visitors should take care to obtain their own medical travel insurance to ensure that they are covered in an emergency. Several Australian-based travel insurers have special cover for visitors which are very much less expensive than travel cover sold other countries.
Visitors from the UK, Italy, Malta Finland, the Netherlands, Sweden and New Zealand are entitled to subsidised medical care under reciprocal national health care agreements.
The Hervey Bay Area is serviced by the local hospital and several private clinics.
Hervey Bay Hospital
Corner of Nissen Street and Urraween Road, Pialba
Ph: +61 (0)7 4120 6666
Please note: Visitors who require treatment for an existing medical condition should carry a letter from their doctor outlining the condition and relative medication requirements. This is especially important if the medication is uncommon or contains ingredients that may be restricted, such as narcotics. Most medicines are available in Australia but only to those with an offical doctor's prescription. Prescription drugs may only be dispensed by a qualified pharmacist.
Hervey Bay has two regular newspapers, the Hervey Bay Independant and the Hervey Bay Observer, in addition to the Queensland-wide Courier Mail.
Others such as the national The Australian, and popular newspapers from New South Wales and Victoria, are generally available at larger Newsagency outlets.
The national telephone number for all emergency services in Australia including Ambulance, Fire, and Police is "000".
Travellers to Australia need a valid passport.
Visas are required by all visitors travelling to Australia, except for New Zealand passport holders.
If you are planning a holiday or a short business trip to Australia, you will need to apply for either a visa or an ETA (Electronic Travel Authority). An ETA will let you spend up to three months in Australia.
For more information contact the Australian Embassy in your country or visit:
As an island of immense ecological diversity, Australia employs strict customs regulations to preserve its unique habitat, and to protect all who live and travel here.
Organic items such as plants, food, furs, timber, and anything contaminated with dirt or sand will be carefully scrutinised and restricted or possibly prohibited.
Limitations also apply to other items brought into the country, such as tobacco products, alcohol and other personal possessions.
For more information contact the Australian Customs Service:
Ph: +61 (0)2 6275 6666
Local Bus Services are available with Wide Bay Transit, servicing 13 routes throughout Hervey Bay and Maryborough with over 20 urban buses.
Wide Bay Transit provides trips to the beach, shopping spots and many other places.
Hervey Bay is located a comfortable 3.5 hour drive from Brisbane along the Bruce Highway.
The comprehensive Motoring Holiday Guide to South East Queensland is a must for all travellers to the region. It features detailed maps, along with travel tips, major towns and points of interest in an easy stage by stage process.
Hervey Bay is 34km northeast of Maryborough, and Childers is 60km north of Maryborough on the Bruce Highway. The townships of Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach can be accessed via Gympie or Maryborough.
Hervey Bay Taxi Service is the local service for the Hervey Bay area.
Airport Shuttle Hervey Bay service the Hervey Bay region north to Burrum Heads, south to River Heads, providing comfortable and reliable transport services.
Offering a daily service, and meeting all flights, including those chartered out of Lady Elliot Island, Airport Shuttle Hervey Bay ensure a comfortable trip in modern air-conditioned vehicles.
Airport Shuttle Hervey Bay can arrange group transfers and have buses available for private charter.
• Swim at Lake Mckenzie
• Watch for marine life from Indian Head
• Walk to the Sandy Cape Lighthouse
• Discover ‘Maheno’ Wreck
• Spot wild Dingoes
• Stop for a picnic at Lake Garawongera
• Enjoy a lunch along the Mary River at Portside.
• Visit the Queens Park botanical gardens.
• Step in time at the Bond Store Museum.
• Trace your family history at the Heritage Centre.
• Take a guided walking tour of Maryborough heritage buildings.
• Visit Maryborough’s oldest home, the colonial Rosehill Homestead.
• Explore the Maryborough Military and Colonial Museum.
• Take a Ghostly Tour and Tales of the Port of Maryborough.
In the heart of Hervey Bay, just off the esplanade, the Golf'n'Games Waterslide is the ideal place for a fun day out. Enjoy the wet thrills of the giant waterslide, challenge your friends to a round of the 18 hole miniature golf course and experience the latest in video games.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, dine alfresco on a picnic lunch, take advantage of the BBQ facilities, or grab something at the snack bar.
For a real Australian wildlife experience, visit the fascinating Hervey Bay Natureworld.
See cuddly koalas, amazing kangaroos and muddling wombats in a natural bushland setting. Enjoy educational, interactive lessons about dangerous crocodiles and poisonous snakes, and learn about local and visiting birdlife.
For a unique experience that you will talk about long after your holiday, take part in a spotlight tour and see shy nocturnal wildlife, rarely seen in the wild.
The children will love the adventure playground and the paddle boat rides, and Hervey Bay Natureworld features shady BBQ and picnic areas to make the most of your day.
Visit the best living coral display in Australia, outside of the Great Barrier Reef. Neptune’s Reefworld is a natural reef aquarium featuring colourful fish, deadly predators and playful seals. Pat a giant turtle, get up close and personal with dangerous sharks and learn about the secrets of the marine world on a fascinating reef walk discovery.
Considered the world’s leading authority on dangerous shark species, Vic Hislop has spent a lifetime chasing terrifying predators. Learn the real story about these fascinating creatures at Vic’s shark show on the esplanade at Hervey Bay.
See massive man-eaters such as Great Whites and Tiger sharks and learn how human behaviour is reshaping their lives, by altering the natural food chain.
First settled in 1847, Maryborough is one of Queensland’s oldest cities and it’s historic museums, homes and other collections of memorabilia are of such a high standard, that the city has earned the title of the state’s Heritage City.
Maryborough Tours will take you on a fascinating journey, while you relax on your own air-conditioned mobile ‘verandah’, letting your guide show you a selection of these beautifully restored treasures.
Renowned as being the best humpback whale watching venue in the world, Hervey Bay has a diverse range of activities and features to offer visitors.
Situated approximately 300 km north of Brisbane, Hervey Bay is blessed with 40 km of pristine beaches, and features a magical aquatic playground, sheltered by the beautiful Fraser Island.
Boating and fishing enthusiasts will enjoy beach, jetty, estuary, reef and game fishing and the adventurous can try a variety of water sports including yachting, kayaking, diving, water and jet skiing, wind surfing and snorkelling.
Discover a fascinating variety of marine life in the warm waters, including turtles, dolphins and dugongs, as well as humpback whales. These majestic creatures migrate north each year to give birth to their young and feed in the calm waters. The humpbacks seem to relax in the waters of the bay, providing spectacular displays of tail flapping, breaching and pectoral slapping for the delighted spectators on the whale watching boats.
Hervey Bay offers easy access to the nearby islands and the calm sheltered waters of the Great Sandy Strait. Guided tours to Fraser Island depart daily and regular flights offer easy access to Lady Elliot Island, on the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. Wet a line, explore the national parks, snorkel the reef, hire a jet ski or simply relax on the unspoilt beaches.
The foreshore of Hervey Bay boasts 14 km of shared pedestrian, wheelchair and bicycle pathways, featuring numerous parks for picnics and barbecues, children's play areas, beach hire and bathing facilities.
Hervey Bay is truly a family holiday destination that has something for eveyone, experience it today!
5-7 Oct: MARYBOROUGH MASTER GAMES - Maryborough
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of each month.
9.00am to 11.00am
Kruger Court, Urangan
Featuring - arts, crafts, local produce and entertainment.
Burrum Heads Markets
2nd Saturday of each month
9.00am to 11.00am
Corner Burrum Heads Road & Howard Street
1st Saturday of each month.
9.00am to 11.00am
QCWA Grounds Steley Street, Howard
Featuring - arts,crafts, local produce, children's activities.
Gatakers Bay Restaurant features a fusion of modern and fine dining, and it’s garden setting with views over the bay, makes it ideal for a lazy breakfast or a long lunch. The Pier Restaurant’s spectacular seafood, extensive wine list and live entertainment is ideal for a romantic evening to celebrate a special occasion.
The must do dining experience in Hervey Bay is undoubtedly Arkarra Restaurant and Balinese Tea Gardens, featuring deliciously different homemade culinary delights in a wondrous parkland paradise.
For something more casual, the Drover’s Dog Bar and Grill, on Main Street, offers a wide range of succulent steaks, delicious salads and home-made deserts. Not to be underestimated are the local clubs, featuring excellent dining and live entertainment, and providing courtesy transport, so you don’t even have to drive.
In Maryborough, sample the delights to be found in the historic Wharf Street precinct. The Port Residence Licensed Restaurant serves traditional Australian fare, overlooking the lush parks and gardens of the Wharf Street area. Indulge in High Tea at Café Bella Maryborough, while enjoying uninterrupted views of the Mary River and the botanic gardens of Queens Park.
The main airport for Hervey Bay is the Hervey Bay Airport, which also services the nearby towns of Maryborough and Bundaberg.
Hervey Bay is a comfortable 45 minute flight north of Queensland’s capital Brisbane. Sunstate Airlines and Flight West Airlines have several daily flights to Hervey Bay from Brisbane.
Direct flights are also available with Virgin Blue and Jetstar from Sydney. Convenient connections are available to link the services from other major capital cities.
Air services to Fraser Island are via Air Fraser Island from either Hervey Bay or Maryborough to airstrips on the island or beach landings.
Consider riding into town to use the only phone in the district, or having to rely on the ice delivery to ensure that your food remains fresh. Imagine ladies and gentlemen having separate ‘waiting rooms’ at the train station, or laws preventing you from walking the street in your swimming costume.
Take a step back in time exploring the fascinating exhibits at the Hervey Bay Historical Museum and Pioneer Village. First opened in 1974, the museum is the product of much hard work by a band of enthusiastic volunteers determined that the struggles of the past not be forgotten, but celebrated.
View an extensive range of exhibits including household items, medical equipment and machinery used in industry such as dairies, the military and the railway. Have a rare glimpse of life aboard the Maheno, before that fateful day in 1935.
Hervey Bay has a sub-tropical climate, with relatively warm summer days and mild winters.
Spring September to November 12-29°C / 54-84°F
Summer December to February 20-31°C / 68-88°F
Autumn March to May 13-29°C / 55-84°F
Winter June to August 9-23°C / 48-73°F
25 Dec: CHRISTMAS DAY
26 Dec: BOXING DAY
1 Jan: NEW YEAR'S DAY
26 Jan: AUSTRALIA DAY
28 Jan: AUSTRALIA DAY Public Holiday
21 Mar: GOOD FRIDAY
22 Mar: EASTER SATURDAY
24 Mar: EASTER MONDAY
Torquay Beach is a favourite among families, with plenty of calm water for swimming and loads of space to simply relax on the sand.
Amongst the most scenic beaches in the Hervey Bay region, Torquay is also well known for the variety of watersports available. Torquay Beach Hire offers jet skis, sailboards, canoes, catamarans, and fishing boats fully equipped with tackle. There are also thrilling rides available on inflatable tubes or riding the ‘big banana’.
Between the beach and the esplanade lies Organ Park, featuring loads of shaded picnic facilities and an exciting children’s playground. The bike track along this section of the esplanade doubles as a footpath.
Perhaps best known for its pier, originally built to facilitate the export of sugar, Urangan is an amateur fisherman’s paradise. A massive variety of fish can be caught from the pier or the nearby rock wall, without even having to get your feet wet!
To the west of the pier, a sea wall decorated with dozens of brightly painted murals, separates the beach from the esplanade. Well known landmarks along the esplanade include the fearsome looking sharks at the entrance to Vic Hislop’s Shark Show.
Following the esplanade along the Great Sandy Strait to the marina, you will pass the replica of the Humpback Whale, a tribute to the annual migration.
Urangan is also well known for its beautiful Botanical Gardens, featuring manicured lawns and paved walkways weaving around the sparkling lagoon. Dayman Park, opposite Reefworld, features a fabulous children’s playground with plenty of sheltered picnic and BBQ facilities.
Boasting a charming village atmosphere, but featuring modern recreation and entertainment facilities, Burrum Heads is a place where you can truly kick back. Located on the mouth of the Burrum River, Burrum Heads’ unspoilt sandy beach awaits for those looking for the ultimate in tranquility.
Half an hour north of the township of Hervey Bay, Burrum Heads is the ideal base for your Fraser Coast exploration, boasting extraordinary fishing, water sports, boating, swimming and bird watching opportunities.
14-16 Sept: HOLDEN MARYBOROUGH TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE – Kent Street, Maryborough
29 Sep: TIN CAN BAY SEAFOOD FESTIVAL - Foreshore Parklands of Tin Can Inlet, Tin Can Bay.