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Childers Festival of Cultures

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On the last weekend in July every year the main street of Childers comes alive with throngs of people flocking to enjoy the carnival atmosphere created at the Childers Multicultural Festival.

Join in and experience the extensive variety of food stalls on offer - guaranteed you won’t be able to resist the gastronomic delights from nations such as Italy, Asia, Lebanon, Greece, and Australia of course, just to name a few.

Non-stop live music beats from six different stage areas, myriad of artists perform in the streets and over 200 quality craft stores are drawn to the festivities. The excitement for children is also non-stop with clowns, acrobats, jumping castles and giant slides.

So don’t miss Childers on the last weekend in July – there’s a multicultural party going on.

Getting there

Situated 325 kms north of Brisbane, Childers is easily accessed by bus and car.

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