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Stradbroke Ferries discount for patrons coming by vehicle ferry
As major sponsors, Stradbroke Ferries provide festival patrons with a 20% discount on their flexible fares to the island. Click here to find out how to receive the discounted rate.
Merrikin Merrikin: Dining Under the Stars
Looking for somewhere different to eat after the Kate Miller-Heidke concert on Saturday 28 July?
The concert finishes at 7.30pm, giving time to stroll up the boardwalk to a marquee in the Headland Park for a dining experience you won’t forget, under the merrikin merrikin (stars).
Guests will be seated at 7.45pm for a menu brought to you by Traditional Owner chef Kieron Anderson, at the end of the Quandamooka Festival’s Yura Yalingbila (Welcome the Whales) celebration. Ancient Aboriginal culture and fine food are married in modern plates that will delight the palate, using Indigenous tastes sourced and foraged from Quandamooka land and sea.
All-inclusive six-course dégustation dining experience:
$99 per person / $900 per table of 10
Bookings essential. For further information and to book:
Yura Yalingbila (Welcome the Whales)
In the break between Concerts 2 and 3 on Saturday 28 July, festivalgoers have plenty of time to go up to the Headland Park at Point Lookout to take part in the Quandamooka Festival’s whale-welcoming celebration.
From 10.30am to 3pm, there’s art, music, traditional dance, weaving, children’s activities, workshops, and bush-influenced and contemporary Quandamooka cuisine.
Click here for more information.