Wallaby Creek Festival is a three-day celebration of music and the arts on Wallaby Creek, surrounded by the beautiful wet tropics rainforest of Tropical North Queensland. It is a multicultural, family-friendly and community event with a relaxed, nurturing, and intimate atmosphere.
The three-day program offers original music on two main stages, a third stage, and jam/chalkboard stage, with something for everyone: poets breakfasts, workshops, circus, dance, roving street theatre, children’s entertainment, delicious food stalls, healing spaces, market stalls, and swimming. Camping is included in the three-day festival, along with bush showers and toilets.
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