Running over three huge days, the annual Cully Fest Folk Festival is a friendly, down-to-earth gathering, where artists maintain Outback traditions and inspire community spirit by sharing their skills. There are many unique points of interest about Cully Fest but one that is significant is kids can join traditional and contemporary performance art workshops, and Australia’s best musicians will come together and celebrate all that’s great about the Outback and Aboriginal cultures.
Cully Fest is challenging, educational and, most of all, it is awesome fun for all members of the family and you’re invited. Cully Fest Outback and Aboriginal Folk Festival means festival goers will have a unique opportunity over three days and three nights to really immerse themselves in Outback and Aboriginal cultures and traditions like never before. Cully Fest you will see how didgeridoos are made and learn to cook an emu in a traditional Kup Murri and taste delicious Johnny Cakes fried scones and other bush herbs and foods fresh from the fire. Cully Fest Folk Festival it’s unique, it is laid back and friendly, it’s held in Toowoomba. It’s an accessible, adventure the whole family can enjoy.
Venue: Toowoomba Showgrounds, 5 Heritage Ct, Glenvale
Phone: 07 4655 1679 or 4655 1679