Southern Downs set to celebrate in true blue style with Great Australian Bites
Ready for an
Australia Day you’ll never forget? Grab your friends, round up the family, and
celebrate in style at the biggest bash of the year, Warwick’s Great Australian
invited to Southern Downs Regional Council’s free street party which will
showcase live acts and pop-up food stalls serving true-blue local produce from
the Southern Downs and beyond.
music legend and Aussie blues star Ash Grunwald headlines a huge line-up that
promises to keep everyone’s toes tapping including Sleeping Dogs, SideTracked,
The Fern Brothers and Joel Anthony.
for Events, Sport, Parks and Recreation Yve Stocks said the family friendly
event is a celebration of everything that makes Australia and the Southern
Downs a great place to live.
want to miss out on Warwick’s first ever Australia Day street party. Great
Australian Bites is the perfect way for everyone to celebrate what it means to
be Australian and offers something for all ages,” Cr Stocks said.
enjoy the free jumping castles and face painting while the adults show off
their dance moves and sample some food and locally brewed beer from the Granite
Belt’s own Brass Monkey Brewery.”
for Economic Development, Regional Promotion and Tourism Rod Kelly said the
event highlights the best the region has to offer.
will be on hand to offer delicious food using produce from around the Southern
Downs, and Granite Belt wineries Symphony Hill, Hidden Creek and Ballandean
Estate will provide locally crafted wine,” Cr Kelly said.
and drink combined with local acts providing live entertainment means Great
Australian Bites will show off to locals and visitors alike how wonderful our
Australia Day festivities kick off at 4pm and wrap up at 10pm. Head to the
Great Australian Bites event precinct in Palmerin Street on Saturday, 26
January to join in on a night for the ages!
Australian Bites is presented by the Queensland Government in partnership with
Southern Downs Regional Council and the National Australia Day Council.
For more information,
contact SDRC on 1300 697 372 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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