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Glasshouse Country Festival
Explore one of the Sunshine Coast’s most stunning areas at the Glasshouse Country Festival (18 October to 2 November 2013). Celebrate the unique arts, culture, heritage and environment of Glasshouse Country. Immerse yourself amongst the vibrant, community atmosphere over ten days of activities spanning from Beerburrum to Glenview and across to the foothills of the Blackall Range.
Representative of the Rotary Club of Glasshouse Mountains as the promoter of the festival, Bob McLean said the festival will highlight the qualities of the region and give an economic boost to area.
“The Glasshouse Country region is truly unique and worth experiencing it’s surrounding variety of attractions and heritage sites. The community will be drawing on the qualities and beauty of the region as a natural stage to showcase and share local talents and interests”.
There is something for everyone ranging from live music and cultural performances to art exhibitions, markets, a recycling tour, guided bushwalks around the Glass House Mountains and a hangi feast at Beerburrum. The past will be brought to life with Ned Kelly and William Landsborough causing havoc on the steam train, mysteries revealed on ghost tours at Peachester and pioneering themed fun at Mooloolah’s 150th anniversary.
For the sporty there will be a skate comp, junior triathlon, Wannabe Deadly touch footy match and an Aussie vs Kiwi Rugby League game at Beerwah plus a fishing comp, kyacking and BMX riding. Don’t miss all this and more!
The Glasshouse Country Festival is a community based, not-for-profit event, coordinated by a committee of dedicated local community organisations, individuals and businesses.
Most events are free. For full event details visit or


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