Expressions of interest are being sought from local businesses and sole traders to take part in the upcoming Hills Festival.
The much-loved event will return to Moreton Bay in May 2023 for its sixth year and will feature a month-long program for locals and visitors to enjoy.
The month will be stacked with an expansive program of unique events and activities, plus fireworks, rides, entertainment and workshops in the suburbs of Arana Hills, Bunya, Draper, Everton Hills, Ferny Hills and Albany Creek.
One of the highlights of the program will be the free Hills Carnivale event on Saturday, May 27 at George Willmore Park.
Children of all ages will enjoy a jam-packed entertainment program, amusement rides, workshops, games, roving entertainers and more.
For mum and dad, there will be plenty of markets to browse, local music acts to tap your toes along to and multicultural food stalls.
There truly is something for everyone!
If you have an event or activation and want to be part of the overarching Hills Festival Program, email [email protected]
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