Join Caboolture's day of celebration

Posted: 12pm 21 Mar 2022

A day-long celebration of the Caboolture region is being held on Saturday.

There will be “something for everyone” at the Caboolture and Surrounds Business Showcase and Celebration in Morayfield Sports and Events Centre, off Morayfield Rd.

Organised by BPW Caboolture, it is designed for businesses and organisations from Woodford to Bribie, Elimbah to Burpengary and everywhere in between.

'Bring the family'

Visitors can wander round the exhibition - open from 9.30am-4pm - meeting local businesses and attending more than 20 workshops and demonstrations.

There will also be entertainment, face painting, finger painting, show bags, community groups, music, dance, classic cars, school bands, buskers, food and more.

“The wait is over, ticket sales are open for this mega event for all the community,” Gail Hudson, President of BPW Caboolture and a local business owner, said.

“There is something for everyone, business showcase exhibitors, business opportunities to sponsor, community - bring the family.”

Holy Cross Funerals is the major location sponsor, with gold sponsors Tyres Galore & Mechanical and Bytherules Conveyancing Caboolture.

Get your ticket

Moreton Bay Regional Council, Federal Member for Longman Terry Young, State Member for Morayfield Mark Ryan and Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT) are supporting the showcase.

Scott Lachmund, the Principal of Richardson & Wrench Real Estate, will be the event MC.

To book an exhibitor’s table, become a sponsor or get your ticket – low cost for families – visit

Business and Professional Women (BPW) Caboolture meets on the first Friday of every month at Caboolture Sports Club, Station Rd, Morayfield.

BPW supports and mentors women in business, careers, organisations, personal growth and advocates locally, nationally and internationally for women’s issues and gender equity.



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