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If you like family friendly festivals where everyone can be satisfied, then The Lighthouse Festival is one that you and yours can attend.
This great community event has something for everyone, and seeks to celebrate the seaside lifestyle that the surrounding community encompasses. Live entertainment, art, exhibits, rides, stalls, food and more– there is something for the visitor and the local at this festival. There will be several expos on at the festival on the day, including the Boating, Fishing and Leisure Expo and the Art and Photography Exhibition. Those wishing to be involved can still register for a spot in the festival; please visit the website for more information or call 0418 931 194 / 0429 840 091. These sorts of festivals only happen once a year, so for a chance to be part of all the The Lighthouse Festival has to offer, make sure you get yourself a slice of the action.
Several activities will be on throughout the festival for you to participate in. The raffle stand has heaps of prizes on offer that you can have the chance to win, including a fishing charter, prepaid fuel cards, and, as an added bonus, with every raffle ticket purchased, you will receive a complimentary half-price camping voucher. There will be plenty of rides and sideshow attractions to keep the kids occupied, including the famous Dodgem Cars, so don't forget to bring the kids along. Of course, a festival wouldn't be complete without food, and the organisers have cooked up a real treat for this year, including seafood, international cuisine, a BBQ with drinks, other refreshments, and more. Be sure to check it out and enjoy everything on offer.
As a community event, there will be several community organisations that will be at the festival, including the SES, the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Neighbourhood Watch, and others, so please stop by and chat with the representatives on the day. It's not every day you get to ride a camel, so have a fun ride or two on this popular attraction. There will also be a range of stalls to check out on the day, including clothing, jewellery, craft stalls and more. For further details on other free activities that you can be involved in on the day, or if you would like to set up a stall at the festival, please see the website.
So for a great day out, why not grab your family and friends and head to The Lighthouse Festival? For more information, including how to get to the festival, please see the website. Please note that there are several areas in the festival that need your help, so if you would like to volunteer, please fill out the form available via the website. The Lighthouse Festival is supported by a range of sponsors that help make the day enjoyable for all, so don't forget to thank them on the day; and eat, stay and play. And the best thing about this festival is its affordability – it just costs a gold donation upon entry.