Catch a glimpse of country life at an annual show or marvel at awesome aeronautical tricks at an air display, the options are endless. Browse through the events below to see what’s on during your holiday.
26 Jan to 28 Dec 2014 Free Entry
On the fourth Sunday of each month the Historic Burnett Heads Lighthouse is open for visitors. This lighthouse was erected at South Head Burnett Heads in 1873 and was operational for 99 years until it was replaced by a taller tower.
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17 Feb to 31 Dec 2014 Free Entry
Lost Creatures introduces you to some of Queensland's long-lost inhabitants, including dinosaurs, giant marine reptiles and megafauna.
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5 Apr to 2 Nov 2014 Free Entry
Los Angeles-based Australian artist Jemima Wyman shares her interests in the relationships between pattern, people and architecture with young visitors through the immersive exhibition 'Pattern Bandits'.
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10 May 2014 to 1 Feb 2015 Free Entry
The land and its natural features can wield powerful aesthetic and cultural influences: knowledgeable and sympathetic relationships between Indigenous artists and their country are often the inspiration guiding the form and content of their works.
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24 May to 12 Dec 2014 Free Entry
Discover the stories of 'The Crimson Flash' Arthur Postle, the fastest man alive in the early twentieth century, and 1920s Rugby League stars Duncan Thompson and Mick Madsen.
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20 Jun to 2 Nov 2014 Free Entry
Through gifts and purchases, but also donations through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts program, Rockhampton Art Gallery continues to develop an enviable collection of modern and contemporary art that resonates locally and nationally.
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26 Jul 2014 to 24 May 2015 Free Entry
'Sublime' features artworks which create wonder and uncertainty for audiences. The works explore sacred architectures, sublime geometries and the power of the natural world.
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27 Aug to 26 Oct 2014 Free Entry
Presented by Sunshine Coast Council, the Sunshine Coast Art Prize is among the nation's most significant regional art prizes and attracts the best contemporary and emerging Australian artists.
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6 Sep 2014 to 20 Sep 2015 Free Entry
2014 marks 25 years of Heisei - the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar - as well as 25 years of QAGOMA's engagement with the contemporary art of Japan.
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9 Sep to 26 Oct 2014 Free Entry
The Sunshine Coast, Queensland celebrates Spring in the Hinterland with fine sunny days, cool nights, and high creativity.
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