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Il Queensland tropicale settentrionale soddisfa tutti i gusti. Sia che siate in vena di qualcosa di rilassante, o pieno di azione o di un'attività guidata, lo potete trovare in questo paradiso tropicale.   
  • Salpate per una sessione di snorkeling nel Reef, portate la famiglia a fare un giro in una riserva naturale o esplorate le acque in un'impresa in kayak.
  • Ammirate la bellezza delle farfalle, osservate oltre 60 specie di uccelli spettacolari, guardate i coccodrilli in libertà o sperimentate persino un vero barbecue australiano nello zoo notturno.
  • Mettete alla prova le vostre papille gustative con uno dei percorsi gastronomici che si snodano attraverso molteplici paesaggi, includendo distillerie di frutta tropicale, piantagioni di caffè e di tè, fattorie, gelaterie artigianali e ristoranti invitanti.

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Innisfail and District Historical Society

Innisfail, Cassowary Coast Area
From AU$0.00 - 0.00
Weekly from 8 – 15 November 2019
The Innisfail Museum which is run by the Innisfail and District Historical Society Inc. contains a plethora of historical local artifacts which a volunteer will guide you through each Friday morning. You will learn about what life was like in the early days of Innisfail and its surrounding area.

Indigenous Stock Workers Display

Normanton, Carpentaria Area
Free Entry
11 – 12 November 2019
An informative and interactive display in recognition of the resilience, spirit and sheer hard work of the indigenous men and women who played a vital role in the establishment of the cattle industry in the Gulf Region.

Innisfail Art Deco Tour

Innisfail, Cassowary Coast Area
Free Entry
Weekly from 12 November 2019
Join them on a free 30 minute tour of the Art Deco inspired Innisfail Shire Hall! The Innisfail Shire Hall is the jewel in the crown, of the Art Deco Capital of Australia - Innisfail. It was built to provide jobs as part of an employment relief scheme instigated by the Queensland Government during the great depression of the 1930's It was in this climate that the Johnstone Shire Council erected the Shire Hall which has dominated the Innisfail Skyline for over 70 years.

Cardwell Pioneers Tour

Cardwell, Cassowary Coast Area
Free Entry
Weekly from 14 November 2019
The Cardwell Pioneer Tours are currently operating every Monday and Thursday morning from 10am at the Visitor Information and Heritage Centre located in Cardwell. The tour incorporates all the buildings in the historic precinct and takes visitors on a fascinating journey of the area’s colourful history as they move through each building.

Festival of Small Halls - Oak Park

Lyndhurst,
From AU$0 - 21
Quarterly from 15 November 2019
Festival of Small Halls is Australia’s largest music tour dedicated exclusively to regional, rural and remote Australia. Presented in partnership with major Australian festivals Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival and Queenscliff Music Festival, the Spring Tour 2019 starring the Jellyman’s Daughter (SCO) and Ash Bell and Sara Tindley (AUS), will kick off in the rolling hills of Dorrigo, NSW, cross the sunburnt outback of western Queensland and conclude on the sunny Victorian peninsula of Queenscliff.

Smile for Saturday Mornings Print Club

Edge Hill, Cairns Area
From AU$15 - 125
Weekly from 16 November 2019
Fancy something different? Print Club is their casual Saturday morning printmaking group. Drop in to their print workshop any Saturday morning. Set your own pace - come in for a chat about your art and ideas over a cup of tea and see what others are doing, delve deep into producing those long awaiting editions, or make a small print.

Festival of Small Halls - Georgetown

Georgetown, Etheridge Area
From AU$0 - 21
Quarterly from 16 November 2019
Festival of Small Halls is Australia’s largest music tour dedicated exclusively to regional, rural and remote Australia. Presented in partnership with major Australian festivals Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival and Queenscliff Music Festival, the Spring Tour 2019 starring the Jellyman’s Daughter (SCO) and Ash Bell and Sara Tindley (AUS), will kick off in the rolling hills of Dorrigo, NSW, cross the sunburnt outback of western Queensland and conclude on the sunny Victorian peninsula of Queenscliff.

Teton Gravity Research: Winterland at Cairns

Edge Hill, Cairns Area
From AU$17 - 35
16 November 2019
TGR's Winterland presented by The North Face, celebrates athletes’ connection to the roots of skiing and snowboarding while showcasing the pure joy that is found in the place where earth and sky collide.

How to Develop a Television or Web Series - Workshop with Craig Batty

Cairns Area
From AU$70 - 110
16 November 2019
Go from concept to pitch in just one day! This workshop will explore two of the fundamental aspects of creating a television or web series – world and character. Aimed at emerging and practising screenwriters who want to advance their skills in developing concepts and deepening their understanding of script development, it will delve into the relationship between world and character, and how this informs themes and storylines.

Festival of Small Halls - Dimbulah

Dimbulah,
From AU$0 - 26
Quarterly from 17 November 2019
Festival of Small Halls is Australia’s largest music tour dedicated exclusively to regional, rural and remote Australia. Presented in partnership with major Australian festivals Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival and Queenscliff Music Festival, the Spring Tour 2019 starring the Jellyman’s Daughter (SCO) and Ash Bell and Sara Tindley (AUS), will kick off in the rolling hills of Dorrigo, NSW, cross the sunburnt outback of western Queensland and conclude on the sunny Victorian peninsula of Queenscliff.
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