Australia’s Coolest Family Holidays

1. Movies in the Park

WHERE:

Marcoola Surf Club

WHEN:

Friday, September 21, 6-9pm

COST:

Free

DRESS in your best Mexican gear, take your blankets or chairs, and get set for a night of fun under the stars with Disney/Pixar's Coco (PG). Coco is a vibrant tale of family, fun and adventure as an aspiring young musician named Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) embarks on an extraordinary journey to the magical land of his ancestors.

2. Sound Feast

WHERE:

The J, 60 Noosa Dr, Noosa Junction

WHEN:

Friday, September 21, 6pm

COST:

Free

INFO:

www.thej.com.au/sound-feast-free-live-music-event

SOUND Feast is a wonderfully unique evening of live entertainment and all ages are welcome. Compered by singer-songwriter and event organiser Jay Bishoff, the month's program features the high-energy, toe-tapping folk, rock and soul of The Fergies: Queensland's home-grown, all-singing, all-playing, five-piece sibling band, plus local favourite Andrea Kirwin and Band, electro-folk/fusion gypsy artist Niq Reefman, and Kununurra songwriter and performer Chris Matthews.

3. Ride the Night

WHERE:

Aussie World, Frizzo Rd, Palmview

WHEN:

Saturday, September 22, 6-9.30pm

COST:

From $20 online

INFO:

www.aussieworld.com.au

NO MATTER whether you're spinning through the night on the Redback or shooting through the air on the Bombora Bounce, with your heart in your mouth, riding Aussie World's attractions in the dark will add a whole new thrill-seeking dimension to your favourite ride.

4. Sunshine Coast Collective Markets

WHERE:

Coolum State School Junior Oval, Barns Lane, Coolum

WHEN:

Sunday, September 23, 8.30am-12.30pm (2nd and fourth Sunday of every month)

COST:

Free

INFO:

www.sunshinecoastcollectivemarkets.com.au

THE Sunshine Coast Collective Markets is a collective of talented designers, musicians, artists, foodies, creators, vintage wares and lifestyle lovers, offering shoppers high-quality, locally-produced wares.

5. SCARS and 4Paws Walk 4 Awareness

WHEN:

Sunday, September 23, 7.30-10.30am

WHERE:

Lake Kawana, Eastbank foreshore

COST:

$10 a dog or $15 for a family of dogs

SUPPORT your local cat and dog rescues, helping them to save more than 1000 cats and dogs each year, with the Walk 4 Awareness. Stalls and a pet expo will run until 10.30am. Live entertainment will include demonstrations from a local dog obedience club and their dogs, and prizes will be offered for best-dressed dogs, best trick and best owner/dog lookalike.

6. Sculpture on the Edge

WHERE:

Spicers Tamarind Retreat, Obi Lane South, Maleny

WHEN:

Open daily, 10am-4pm, until September 30

COST:

Free

INFO:

www.sculptureontheedge.com.au

THIS contemporary sculpture exhibition set in the beautiful rainforest retreat of Spicers Tamarind delivers an amazing art experience. Sculptors from all over Australia are invited to create unique sculptural artworks which work within the environment, complementing the stunning natural landscape of the Blackall Range.

7. Booin Gari

WHERE:

Noosaville Lions Park

WHEN:

Tuesday, September 25, 9.30am-3.30pm

COST:

Free

INFO:

Follow BooinGariFestival on Facebook

GUBBI GUBBI Dance invites the community to Booin Gari (meaning "come this way”) on the banks of the Noosa River. The festival is about connecting people to our First People's culture through song and dance, art and craft, stories and yarning, bush tucker tastings and water craft.

8. Annie

WHERE:

The J, Noosa

WHEN:

Wednesday, September 26, to Saturday, September 29 (Wednesday and Thursday at 2pm; Friday and Saturday at 2pm and 7.30pm)

COST:

Evening prices: $69 adult, $60 pensioner and senior, $55 youth under 30, $49 child (12 years and under); matinee and preview prices: $59 adult, $50 pensioner and senior, $45 youth under 30, $39 child

MAD About Theatre is back these school holidays with Broadway classic: Annie, ideal for the whole family these holidays.

9. Twilight Markets

WHERE:

Bulcock Beach Esplanade, Caloundra

WHEN:

Friday, September 28, 5-9pm

INFO:

Sear for "Twilight Markets Caloundra” on Facebook

THESE markets provide an opportunity to get out and about and enjoy a Friday evening by Bulcock Beach, walking through the markets with artisan, craft and homemade products to browse, and the smells of food stalls filling the breeze.

Don't miss the sunset along the boardwalk on Bulcock Beach while listening to the tunes of street entertainers.

10. Ken Ludwig's The Fox on the Fairway

WHERE:

Buderim War Memorial Hall

WHEN:

Evenings: Saturday, September 29, Friday, October 5, and Saturday, October 6, at 7.30pm; matinees: Sunday, September 30, and Saturday, October 6, at 2pm

COST:

Adults $30, Seniors $24, members/students $22, groups of eight or more $22 per person (must be prepaid)

INFO:

www.batstheatre.com/book-online or call Nan on 0466 923 395

BATS Theatre Company presents

The Fox on the Fairway, a farce by Ken Ludwig. This is an hilarious romp which pulls the rug out from underneath the stuffy denizens of a private country club. Filled with mistaken identities, slamming doors, and over-the-top romantic shenanigans, be prepared for a furiously paced comedy which promises a great night out.

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