What's on Oct/Nov 2019

Upcoming events across Queensland.

18-20 Oct
Buderim Garden Festival

The festival will centre in and around the Buderim War Memorial Hall with a competitive spring flower show of cut flowers, floral arrangements, hanging baskets, bonsai plants and photography exhibitions.

19 Oct
Wanderlust 108 Brisbane

For more than a decade, Wanderlust festivals have been inspiring people across the world to embrace the practice of yoga, meditation, good health and exercise into their busy lifestyles. This October, Wanderlust 108 will take place at Orleigh Park in Brisbane and will feature world-leading yoga teachers, meditation experts, musicians, motivational speakers and artists.

Find out more here.

25-26 Oct
Port Shorts Film Festival

Port Douglas is hosting its very own film festival over two amazing days with short films, young filmmakers’ awards and film making masterclass with industry professionals.

26-27 Oct
Toowoomba and District Old Machinery Society Expo

This Expo covers classic and vintage cars, trucks, motorbikes, tractors, earthmoving equipment, stationary engines and much more to entertain the whole family at the Oakey Showgrounds, Darling Downs.

30 Oct-3 Nov
Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival

Run, swim and cycle through five days of the world’s largest triathlon festival on the Sunshine Coast. With more than 12,000 athletes competing each year there are events for all ages and fitness types including the Breakfast Fun Run and the Superkidz and Special Triathlon.

8 Nov
Queensland Country Home Hill Harvest Festival

With the theme Reach for the Stars, the 2019 Harvest Festival in Burdekin is sure to dazzle with annual events that celebrate the rich agricultural history and lifestyle of the area.

8-9 Nov
Airlie Beach Festival of Music

Rock out over three days with entertainment from 74 bands spread throughout 15 venues in this massive music festival. The lineup including Aussie favourites like John Butler, Superjesus, Yothu Yindi and more.

23-24 Nov
Orchid Species Show

Be captivated by a display of orchid species from Australia and other parts of the world, some rare and near extinction in the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Auditorium.