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Palmerville Station is a 331,000 acre cattle station located in Cape York Queensland.

There is something for everyone to discover at Palmerville Station. Whether you would like to fish Barramundi in the most beautiful surrounds, fossick for gold on the famous ‘River of Gold’, the mighty Palmer River, 4×4 adventure on the famous Old Coach Road or explore ancient cave paintings guided by Traditional Owners or just explore the natural beauty of The Cape at your own pace.

Palmerville Station established 1873 during the Palmer River gold rush.

Experience Easter in the Country! There is so much fun to be had for the whole family at the farm!

Our Easter Fair is running on Easter Saturday from 9am – 12pm. This event is action packed, full of activities for the kids! Don’t forget if you would like to book for B’fast or Lunch in our café please call 0499 924 289

Pre order your tickets online or pay at the gate. All kids between 1 yrs – 14yrs must have tickets if visiting the farm between 9am – 12pm.

Yarraman Show n Shine Incorporating Swap Meet and Tattoo ShowA Yarraman & District Progress Association Inc Event

Enjoy the festivities Granite Belt Christmas Farm’s fabulous Christmas in July Luncheon. Come dressed in your best Winter Wonderland attire to win great prizes and snap a selfie with Santa!

Their Café is bursting Christmas for you to embrace a winter wonderland experience, did you know Stanthorpe’s average winter temperature can get to a low of minus 4 degrees?!

A traditional 2 course Christmas lunch is served, and the Café is BYO wine and beer. Ensure you visit one the 45 cellar doors or brew houses that surround the Christmas Farm. Soft drinks, tea and coffee can be purchased from the cafe.

Christmas in July Lunches are on every Friday & Saturday from the 7th of July. Seats are Limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

A great mix of traditional and modern Walk-Up Artists, Amateurs and Award-winning Headliner Acts bringing live country music to Texas!

This annual event continues to grow and attracts many visitors to Texas which boosts local economy and showcases all they have to offer.

2023 will feature Walk-Ups 10am – 3pm Thursday and Friday followed by big names on the main stage from 5pm Friday, and from 9.30am til 11.30pm Saturday.
Campers entertainment Thursday night.
Food vendors, markets, kids inflatable fun and live music – it’s all happening in Texas Qld 4385.

Be your own captain aboard Australia’s best private picnic boat experience.

See the Gold Coast like never before with up to eight people aboard your very own environmentally-friendly, self-drive picnic boat.

With no boat licence required, the electric boats are easy and fun to drive with virtually no noise and no fumes.

Communal recycled timber picnic table included, so bring your own picnic and drinks. Perfect for couples, families and groups of friends.

GoBoat is pet friendly too, so all fur babies are welcome. Gather your crew and jump aboard.

In traditional country style, “Australia’s Most Famous” rodeo and campdraft celebrates and epitomises the determination and skill of riders. It honours Warwick being home of the Australian Championships since 1928.

Watch bull, horse and rider fly out the gate as campdrafting and rodeo merge in a historic high-stakes week-long event.

You’ll be in awe of the high level of skill and connection between campdrafting riders and their steeds as women, men and juniors vie for various race honours.

The Rodeo is the final of the Australian APRA series, so you’ll feel the tension build as each member of an elite group make their final pitch to win the Warwick Gold Cup event and achieve the pinnacle of their sport.

You can also browse tradeshow alley for genuine country attire, tuck into great country cooking, wash away the dust with a refreshing drink, chat to the locals and soak up stories about Australian country icons, snag an autograph from rodeo celebrities roaming the grounds, stay on to party with live music ‘til the early hours and meet the riders and learn how they prepare for bull-rides and campdrafts.

Soak up the winter sunshine and the world-class entertainment on offer at NOOSA ALIVE! – a sophisticated annual arts and cultural festival held over ten days each July throughout the many naturally stunning venues in and around Noosa, one of Australia’s premier resort destinations.

NOOSA ALIVE! is a ten-day festival offering a diverse program of events, including music, theatre, ballet, comedy, opera, literature, visual arts, cabaret, circus, burlesque, debate, environment, food and wine, and more.

Now celebrating its 21st anniversary, this award-winning festival has built a reputation as one of Australia’s premier regional arts and cultural festivals.

Visit the website for further information or subscribe to early bird program announcements.

The Drovers Camp Festival is a unique outback flavoured festival. Come to yarn with the old drovers and hear their amazing stories.

A fun-filled weekend. Friday opens with a lively march pass including humorous floats, musicians and horses, culminating in a fun-filled, lively night full of entertainment. The march pass will be followed by the Ringers Challenge where the winner and runner up prize money is shared between team members and your chosen charity. To top this weekend off, enjoy yarning with an old drover, Bronco Branding, music, poetry, camp oven cooking demonstrations. During the weekend wander through the Droving Heritage Centre and enjoy the top class photographic competition and displays. Be entertained at the Drover’s Campsite. Bush camping is available.

The Drover’s Camp is one kilometre east of the township of Camooweal, turn left at the cemetery road, then left again.

Please book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment.