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From blues and roots to country and electronic funk, the Sunshine Coast music festival scene is hotter than its sun-kissed locals.
Head to Tropical North Queensland and experience world-class artwork from the Torres Strait.
The Bama Way follows songlines of the Kuku Yalanji and Guugu Yimithirr tribes, snaking north from Cairns to Cooktown.
From an ex-WWII aircraft hangar to a dive bar and jazz club, catch a gig at one of these top Brisbane venues.
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Melon smashing, ukuleles, dunny races, and pumpkin rolling – we've got it all in Queensland.