Celebrate strawberries – the lusciously sweet aggregate fruit beloved the world over at the Strawberry Festival Sandstone Point Hotel’s Saturday, 24th September 2020 from 11am.
The 5th annual Strawberry Festival is a family-friendly event celebrating the local strawberry industry, one of the biggest farming industries in Queensland.
With over 40% of Queensland strawberries coming from our local Moreton Bay Region, our slice of South East Queensland paradise has the perfect excuse to revel in all things Fragaria vesca so bring the family, kick-back and join in the sweet festivities at Sandstone Point Hotel.
The day will be jam-packed with strawberry themed fun, family entertainment, live music and much more, there’ll even be a Strawberry Patch Bar whipping-up strawberry-based drinks
When: Saturday, 19th September 2020
Time: 11.00am - 8.00pm
Where: Sandstone Point Hotel, 1800 Bribie Island Rd, Sandstone Point
Who: A family fun day, all ages event
Entry: yet to be confirmed
Parking: Parking is available at Sandstone Point Hotel
Traffic considerations: Please factor the likelihood of congestion along Bribie Island Road to and from the event into your total travel time. Consider taking a detour to avoid part of Bribie Island Rd. Drive via Beachmere Rd and back up Peel Rd onto Bribie Island Road, then turn left at the roundabout onto Bestmann Road through Ningi.
More information: Call Sandstone Point Hotel on 3475 3001
Stay up to date with event developments by keeping tabs on Sandstone Point Hotel’s Facebook page.
Program and Event Time subject to change
Sandstone Point Hotel, Bribie Island Road, Sandstone Point QLD, Australia
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From 15 May 2020 - you may travel a maximum of 150km from your home for non-contact activity such as exploring national parks, hiking, visiting dog parks, dining-in at restaurants (10 patrons at a time) and more.