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Burdekin Water Festival
Ayr, Burdekin Area

06 September 2014

0414 987 838

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The Burdekin's abundant water supply is celebrated each year at this much-loved festival. It is one of the longest running festivals in Queensland, with the first festival being held on 6 September 1958. The celebrations include a wide variety of exciting events that encompass the whole community.

The three month-long program of events kicks off with Tastes of the Burdekin in July - an outdoor food festival with an international flavour. The festivities culminate in a street parade and mardi gras in Ayr's Central Business District on 6 September. The colourful floats are always a big drawcard, especially those bearing the festival ambassador entrants.

Property Details


  • Car park
    Car park
  • Entertainment
  • Kiosk
  • Toilet facilities for the Disabled
    Disabled toilet

Free Entry

Frequency: Annual

Event Dates

06 September 2014


Ayr Central Business District

Queen Street
Queensland Australia 4807

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Queen Street
Queensland Australia 4807

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