The Little Ship Club invites members, reciprocal members and guests to the inaugural Christmas in July long lunch. Situated on the western banks of Minjerribah “North Stradbroke Island” The Little Ship Club overlooks the greater Moreton Bay, Peel Island and the greater Brisbane Skyline.
Manicured grounds, chilled beverages and exceptional food with a focus on local sustainable produce. The club will be offering a courtesy bus from Myora Springs as well as a RIB to locations TBA pending weather.
On arrival you will be greeted with a complimentary beverage and canapes for an hour; smoked salmon, dill and capers, bruschetta, brisket and caramelized onion bites, roast capsicum feta bites, oysters and more.
The Long White Lunch will feature winter Christmas favorite’s including: stuffed and roast turkey, smoked local honey and orange glazed ham, puddings and salads with GF Vegan and vegetarian options. As we are located on the water, we will also offer local fresh, grilled and smoked seafood, prawns, oysters and more. Live music TBC from 2 pm to 6 pm$10 from each ticket will be donated to charity TBC
As seen recently on Waltzing Jimeoin, Ting is back with a hilarious comedy hour.
She has been trying to keep her cool because lately it has been a matter of everything or nothing. Can she avoid making the news and meditate her way to success? Or should she mindfully plot out her revenge on the idiot life coaches and racist grannies she has been meeting?
She’s trying her best to work on herself. What is the secret to keeping these raging thoughts at bay? Whatever it is, it’s good viewing.
“Hilariously recounts stories” – Brisbane Stage
“★★★★. No shortage of laughs ” – The West Australian
What would you call a balanced temperament? Would it be maturely walking the line between blind rage and secret revenge fantasies?
Ting Lim has been asking herself how to balance things out and avoid making the six o’clock news, because lately it’s a matter of everything or nothing! Ting is looking inward to try to work out her anger. She guesses it’s something to do with her upbringing, or maybe it’s all these racist grannies and idiot life coaches she keeps meeting that are driving her insane!
Okay, so she’s looking inward, outward and sideways. What keeps these raging thoughts in and what lets the floodgates open? Whatever it is, it’s good viewing.
“No shortage of laughs” ★★★★ West Australian
Australia’s biggest camel party combines Camels + Culture + Camping in a 3-day event in the tiny town of Tara in Queensland’s Western Downs.
Featuring an intoxicating mix of professional camel races, non-stop multi-cultural entertainment and the gathering of 10,000 people, camped across thousands of campsites. Tara Festival of Culture and Camel Races is staged every two years, just three and a half hours west of Brisbane and two hours west of Toowoomba.
Also featuring bands with all the favourites playing to fill the dance floor, fireworks, camel races, Kids Zone with rides, roving performers, cultural cuisine, and colourful cultural stage shows.
The tent city is also available for guests who don’t have their own camping set up… just book your tent and it’s all set up with everything you need.
Winton is fast becoming known as the “Hollywood in the Outback” thanks to the events of Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival and having several major film productions including Nick Cave’s Proposition and Ivan Sen’s “Mystery Road” and “Goldstone” being filmed there. This iconic Australian Outback Town which is the home of Waltzing Matilda, Australia’s home of the Dinosaur and the Birthplace of Qantas, and now the driving for the creation of a Regional Film Industry in Queensland.
The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival is inspired by the Sundance Film Festival. It is an incorporated, non-profit organisation developed by the passion and drive of the Winton community and brought to you thanks to their visionary partners.
Don’t have a boring night in on a Wednesday! Treat yourself.
I Got A Joke For Ya is a monthly Wednesday comedy night featuring a smorgasbord of some of the best local and interstate comics around with their newly baked jokes. Join us on the first Wednesday of every month for a night of laughs at the cosy Burrow in West End.
With new acts each month and surprise guests, there is no telling what will happen and who is gonna show up!
Disclaimer: This event may contain strong themes and language and is recommended for patrons over 18 years of age only.
This tour gives you a glimpse of the best vantage spots on the Island. More for the time conscience people. You will be picked from your Island accommodation (or water taxi terminal in Dunwich if you are coming from Cleveland).
You drive the full circle of the Northern section of the Island to get to know first-hand all the best vantage points. This includes the beaches and bush tracks.
During the drive around, they’ll stop off for a “Cuppa” and some “Aussie Damper” at an ideal location or when you are thirsty or hungry.
Drive through the Blue Lake National Park to Main Beach. Stop on Main Beach for photos and “Wildlife Watching”.
From June to November, they can spot the majestic Humpback Whales from this beach. Then head to Point Lookout for a toilet stop and then onto Flinders Beach. They drive along the beach to Amity Point where there are a couple of resident Koalas to photograph.
Learn about the history at Amity and then head back to your Island accommodation or water taxi terminal in Dunwich about three to three and a half hours later.
Homegrown and operated wine tours specialising in showcasing the very best of the South Burnett wine region.
Vino Valet has worked with individual wine makers and chefs to create culinary experiences against the grain.
Create memories and new friends with their ‘Mixed Bunch’ wine tour or experience and enjoy the ‘Spoilt Bunch’ private winery tour, personalised exclusively to the needs of your group.
They’ll create a tour itinerary to include a great selection of wineries, premium cellar doors and lunch at the restaurant of your choice.
Enjoy a Tipple and a Tale in the historic Bond Store.
Meet The Gauger and hear his stories of the Bond Store’s past as you enjoy a tantalising experience of regional ports, liqueurs and tasting platters.
Tipples and Tales is a combination of storytelling with yarns about the Bond Store and its role in the thirsty days of the early settlement; and a tantalising tasting experience of ports and liqueurs from Moffatdale Ridge and delicious platters.
A public health direction requiring people to be vaccinated against COVID-19 applies to participate on this tour. Bookings are essential for all tours and payment is required at the time of booking. Minimum numbers are required for tours.
Special dietary requirements to be advised when booking.