Meet Peter Spida Everitt MC Cully Fest 2017
Lover of all things outdoors Peter Spida Everitt from The Great Australian Doorstep Travel TV & Radio Show will head to Toowoomba 17-19 November 2017 with his family to again MC Cully Fest.
Spida did such a fantastic job in 2016 and it's no surprise everyone loved him so we have asked him & Sheree back for 2017. And yah the big fella said yes!
The Toowoomba festival will be great at the new venue of Toowoomba Showgrounds that can also cater for up to 2000 caravan and camping sites adding to the festival atmosphere.
The former legendary Australian rules footballer Peter Spida Everitt these days is better known as an adventure mad fun machine.
He exposes the best travel, adventure and fishing spots to a national and global audience through his travel television and radio shows.
Toowoomba festival, Cully Fest is an annual Outback and Aboriginal Folk Festival and organisers are delighted to have Peter Spida Everitt MC the event once again.
The unique Toowoomba festival has attracted major acts and presenters from around the country that will integrate with local talent to share their craft through three days and three nights of workshops and shows all included in one low ticket price.
Festival goers will be able to get up close with Outback and Aboriginal cultures and characters for this unique experience like never before.
Learning how to make, play and paint a didgeridoo with Aboriginal people, fossick for opal, dig for a fossil or learn bush survival skills from a retired drover are just of few of the activities that Toowoomba festival, Cully Fest will offer.
Patrons will also now have the opportunity to get up close and personal at the National Finals Rodeo NFR to be held on 17 November 2017. The Toowoomba Showgrounds will showcase some exhilarating action with some of the countries best riders doing what they do best.
A full kids festival will run side by side with an adult festival ensuring an opportunity of a lifetime for families to explore, learn and unearth both cultures at their own pace.
Aboriginal cooking and bush tucker will be readily available during the festival and local Aboriginals are already planning some great culinary experiences like cooking a whole emu in a hole wrapped in gum leaves and encouraging the public to join in and help.
Being a passionate cook who does all the cooking in their home Peter Spida Everitt is looking forward to joining in with the group and learning some new techniques and flavors from nature such as gum leaves, quandongs and bush herbs and spices.
The many competitions being offered are already attracting interest and include, busking, didgeridoo playing.
Stay posted for the many Cully Fest updates over the coming days, weeks and months as the fine details of our great program get rolled out!