Mareeba multicultural festival

We were lucky to be in Mareeba when they had their multicultural festival. We where staying at the Mareeba rodeo grounds caravan park for only $15 a powered site, great value, 4km from the town centre it was a nice easy bike ride.

The weather was a perfect sunny 27deg with a slight breeze. So we spent the day ensconced under one of the huge shady trees and enjoyed the day.

Mareeba is a very multicultural area with 64 different nationality groups all living in harmony in this fertile area of the Atherton Tablelands.

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2 thoughts on “Mareeba multicultural festival

  1. Sandra Carroll

    Hi Pauline & Jack, It looks like a very colourful and interesting mix of cultures and people; a bit like the International Eisteddfod in Llangollen North Wales. I’m still enjoying the blog and keeping up with your travels. Sandra


  2. B&B

    Hi you two, looks great wish we were sharing all these things with you, weathers warming up a little here, still busy, got the ROL Monday didn’t have a meeting at the RSL last month so it has been quite a while since we have been, it is the AGM this month as well.
    Went to FWP last month, only me & Colin turned up Jack, might have to shut it down if we don’t get anyone there.
    Well Jack & Pauline keep haveing a great time, love from B&B


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