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September 20, 2018

Sunday Markets at Shalom College

Date: Every Sunday Morning

Where: Shalom College

Time: 6am to 12 noon


The Sunday Markets at Shalom College are the biggest and best market in the area with stalls to explore for everyone.

There are 200 stalls operating every Sunday morning.  You can enjoy breakfast or morning tea from the barbecue, cold drinks and tea and coffee from the canteen.

There are stalls to explore for everyone and children are very welcome – locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables (including organic), cakes, honey, donuts, slushies, Asian groceries, plants, seedlings, cut flowers and gardening supplies.

Also on offer are craft, jewellery, handbags, clothing, sunglasses, hats, books, toys, baby goods, pet accessories, tools, knife sharpener and trash and treasure with a Jumping Castle and Laughing Clowns for the children.

ATM on site.

Please note no dogs are allowed.

2018 Family Fun Day by the Beach 

Date: Saturday, 22 September 2018

Where: Christensen Park, The Basin (Bargara)

Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm


 Pop on down to Christensen's Park in Bargara for a few hours of games, activities and fun on the 22nd of September!


There will be a free sausage sizzle, facepainting, giant lawn games, snow cones, live music, raffles, stalls and even coffee for the big kids.


Everyone's invited!

Safe Kids - Playtime



Free things to do with Kids - Bundaberg Beache


Our Bundaberg Beaches boast some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia. There are many to choose from with Bargara only 15 minutes from Bundaberg City. Elliott Heads, Moore Park, Burnett Heads, Innes Park, Mon Repos and Woodgate Beach all offer beautiful swimming and family fun areas. Why not grab a picnic and take the time to visit one of our lovely beaches……they all have something different to offer in the warm and cooler months. 
Beach Games

Going to the beach prepared for games beyond swimming and building sandcastles is the perfect recipe for the whole family to enjoy a great day out! Take a look at these ideas:

  • dig a channel, make a dam or dig a hole
  • make a sand sculpture
  • search for driftwood, shells, seaweed or crabs
  • look for shells with holes to make a necklace
  • build a boat or car in the sand big enough to sit in, great for pretend play
  • draw pictures in the sand
  • build a “Sand” Man
  • make Footprints
  • play beach golf, volleyball, cricket or bowls
  • throw a frisbee
  • kick or throw a ball
  • fly a kite
  • play hide and seek or tiggy
  • take a walk
  • ride bikes, scooters or skate along the beach paths

There is so much fun to be had on our Bundaberg beaches why not organise with your friends or family to catch up this weekend and enjoy one of these great places right here in our own backyard!

Drought Angels & Rural Aid Fundraising Event 

Date: Wednesday, 19 September 2018   

Where: Ingenia Gardens, 55 Jefferis Street, Bundaberg North  

Time: 2:00pm

Entry: Gold Coin Donation for Afternoon Tea 

Join them on the Wednesday, 19th September at 2.00pm for a Cuppa and Community Auction to raise money for Drought Angels and Rural Aid.

If you can’t attend, but interested in dropping off an item to be auctioned, then visit 55 Jefferis Street, Bundaberg North.

For more information and RSVP's, please phone Stephanie on 4151 8500.

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