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25 to 26 May 2013
The Captain Cook 1770 Festival has been an annual event for 20 years, commemorating the landing of Lieutenant James Cook on 24 May, 1770.
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Rydges Gladstone Hotel offers an ideal CBD location for business and leisure travellers offering a range of basic accommodation and meeting spaces.
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2 Jun 2013 Free Entry
In celebration of World Environment Day, the beautiful Tondoon Botanic Gardens will host the 15th Annual Ecofest celebrations.
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4 Aug 2013 Free Entry
Take a stroll around the world at The annual Gladstone Multicultural Festival! You'll find a delicious variety of food stalls including Filipino, German, Thai, Dutch, Jamaican, Fijian and Australian! Kick back with live entertainment all day and, of course, browse the craft stalls and cultural displays.
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15 Jun 2013
It's time to frock up and get ready for Kookaburra Creek Kindergarten's annual premier event 'Ladies High Tea'.
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22 to 23 Jun 2013
The Mt Larcom and District Show Society hosts the only agricultural show in the area and is known by competitors and spectators as the Friendly Show.
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From AU$120 - 370
Myella Farm have hosted guests since 1993. The farm consists of 2600 acres of land with 300 Brahman-cross cattle.
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The Pacific Coast Touring Route links coastal havens, hinterland towns, and major cities all along the east coast, from the Gold Coast to Cairns.
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Rocksalt Bar and Grill offers quality dining at the heart of Gladstone. The restaurant menu is Modern Australian with Asian influences.
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Carnivores rejoice! Tables on Flinders specialises in serving the freshest, finest seafood and steak in Gladstone.
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