Cully Fest Blog

Mrs Wighton Jammin At Cully Fest

By Tristan Evert Toowoomba festival where outback & Aboriginal cooks will be on show Mrs Wighton is a very interesting and extremely capable Cunnamulla character who will have plenty to show even the best Toowoomba festival cooks.  The local Cunnamulla lady is known for her quality cooking skills and delicious jams and chutneys.   “I make pickles, […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Festival

Due to the size and extent of most festivals they are increasingly difficult to navigate and if you’re anything like me you will often find yourself lost. After spending numerous festival days alone and wondering around aimlessly, I have put together this handy guide to help you at Cully Fest so you don’t miss a […]

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Festivals promote joy and improve well-being

Festivals Promote Joy and Improve Well-being When festivals come to mind you generally think lights, music and dancing, however the thought of improving your overall health rarely pops up. Well, countless studies show that engagement at festivals promotes a sense of community and improves the overall wellbeing of everyone involved. By definition a festival means […]

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School Cultural Excursion

By Tristan Evert Queensland Schools have the chance to participate in a unique Cully Fest School Cultural Excursion as part of Cully Fest Outback and Aboriginal Folk Festival to be held at Toowoomba Showgrounds. The 2017 Cully Fest Outback and Aboriginal Folk Festival provides an outstanding opportunity for Queensland schools to dive into Australia’s rich […]

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National Finals Rodeo Toowoomba 2017

The National Rodeo Association’s richest and most prestigious rodeo series, the National Finals Rodeo at Toowoomba festival the 2017 Cully Fest at Toowoomba Showgrounds. By Tristan Evert If you thought the 2017 Cully Fest Outback & Aboriginal folk festival couldn’t possibly get any better, well think again. Cully Fest 2017 will now not only display adventure, […]

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