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What's On - Fraser Coast

August 26, 2018

Rockin Maryborough Vintage Festival

Date: Friday 31st-Saturday 1st of August.

Where: Portside Precinct



Set against the scenic backdrop of Maryborough’s heritage streetscapes, the Rockin’ Maryborough Vintage Festival is a vibrant weekend celebrating everything vintage and retro, particularly the iconic music, fashion, pin ups and hot rods of the era. Kicking off with the Rock n Roll Vintage Ball and the Miss Rockin’ Maryborough Pinup Pageant on Friday night, the celebrations go on all weekend with the Rockabilly Dance Party, live music, dancing in the streets and displays of vintage cars, motorbikes, caravans and pushbikes. The weekend also features: Snow N Shine, Pinup Styling Workshops, Dance Lessons, Vintage Markets, Little Miss Maryborough Pageant and a Pooch Parade.

Total Destruction Monster Trucks 

Maryborough Speedway, Saturday the 1st of September.



A massive night of Destruction with FMX Motorcross, Jet Van, Car Stunts, Exploding Wall of Fire, Machinery Wars, Demo Derby, Monster Truck Madness and a Massive Fireworks Spectacular with much more. Gates open at 2pm 

RiverFest 2018


RiverFest celebrates our waterways, ecology and people. It involves markets, displays, art exhibiton, children's activities, music and dancing - bringing together the River Heads and Fraser Coast community.


Location               River Heads

Venue  River Heads Community Hall

Dates    1 September


Maryborough Markets

Venue  City Hall Green

Dates   23 August



Every Thursday, Maryborough's city centre undergoes an amazing transformation into a colourful outdoor heritage bazaar. Wander around over 120 stalls with an amazing array of farm fresh produce and unique wares. Original hand-made craft, homemade treats, artwork, jewellery, clothes, accessories, natural beauty products and gorgeous cut flowers.  Meet a cast of characters in historical dress, including the Town Crier, and hear the firing of the historic time cannon at 1pm. Soak up the atmosphere of music and entertainers. Enjoy hot food stalls, relax at an inner city café or find wonderful condiments and gourmet pantry items to take home.  Make a day of it in the city and join a guided Heritage Walk Tour from outside the City Hall at 9am or ride on a replica steam engine through nearby Queens Park.