Sunshine Coast Festive Season program

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Celebrate this summer by getting involved in the 2012/13 Sunshine Coast Festive Season program.

Sunshine Coast Council supports festive season events that reflect the cultural values, diversity and lifestyle of our communities – and the packed program of more than 70 fun, family-friendly activities held throughout December and January is sure to please.

This guide provides you with information on the wide variety of festive activities taking place across the region.

Downloadable: Sunshine Coast Council "Sunshine Coast Festive Season Guide 2012-13" pdf

Christmas events

5 Dec
5-7.30pm  Lighting of Mapleton Tree - Mapleton War Memorial Park -
6pm - Woombye Christmas Lantern Festival - 33 Blackall Street -

7 Dec
12.30-3.15pm  Senior Citizens Christmas Party - Lake Kawana Community Centre -

7, 14, 21 Dec
6-8pm  Festive Fridays - Noosa Junction -

8 Dec
2-7pm Christmas Family Fun Day - Boyle Park, Conondale - Conondale Swimming Pool Committee Inc
3-7.30pm  Mountain Creek Community Carols by Candlelight - Mountain Creek State School Oval - Mountain Creek State School P & C Association

9 Dec
4-8pm Lights on the Lake - Currimundi Lake, Crummunda Park, Wurtulla -
5.30-7.30pm  Palmwoods Green Bush Christmas - Palmwoods State School - Palmwoods Christmas Committee

14 Dec
4.30pm Kin Kin Community Christmas and Carols by Candlelight 2012 - Kin Kin Sports Grounds - Kin Kin Community Group
4-8pm Mooloolah Valley Community Event - Mooloolah Community Centre, 43 Bray Road -
6.30-8.30pm North Shore Carols in the Park - Power Park, Mudjimba -
5-11pm  Maleny Christmas Carnival - Maple Street, Maleny -
5-9pm  Nambour Carols and Christmas Festival - Nambour Showgrounds - Nambour Baptist Church:
4-8.30pm Bli Bli Community Christmas Carols - Bli Bli State School Oval -
6-8pm  Carols in the Park - Dicky Beach Park -

14, 21, 28 Dec
6-9pm Eumundi Community Christmas Cheer - Centre of Town, Eumundi -

15 Dec
6.30-8.30pm Mooloolaba’s Christmas Boat Parade - The Wharf, Mooloolaba - Mooloolaba Yacht Club -
5pm Glasshouse Community Carols - Beerwah Sportsground -
6-8:30pm Buderim Community Carols by Candlelight - Buderim Mountain School Oval -
6pm Christmas in the Park - Tickle Park, Coolum Beach -

15-22 Dec
7-9pm nightly Christmas Festival 2012 “Little Red Wagon” - Kawana Waters Uniting Church, Bokarina

15-25 Dec
6-9.30pm Christmas Lights Spectacular - Lifepointe Centre - 186 Wises Road, North Buderim -

16 Dec
5.30-8.30pm Twin Waters Christmas Carols - Wandiny Room, Novotel Resort, Twin Waters - Twin Waters Residents Assoc:
4-8pm Tewantin Noosa RSL Sub Branch Christmas Carnival - Memorial Park, Tewantin -

21 Dec
6.45pm 2012 Christmas Boating Flotilla - Noosa Waters canal system -

21-22 Dec
2 and 7.30pm Miracle on 34th Street - The J Noosa -

23 Dec
6-9pm Noosa Carols By The River - Noosaville Lions Park -
6-9pm Carols on Kings - Kings Beach Amphitheatre -

24 Dec
4pm Peregian Beach Christmas Carols - Peregian Beach Park -
5.30-7.30pm Christmas Eve Celebration - Mooloolaba Beach -

25 Dec

8am Maleny Community Christmas Breakfast - Maleny Neighbourhood Centre -
12-2.30pm Christmas Day in the Grounds - Nambour Showgrounds - Suncoast Christian Care

New Year’s Eve events
Local families and visitors are invited to come along and enjoy the family friendly entertainment at the following community end-of-year celebrations.

31 Dec
4pm-12.30am New Year’s Eve – Mooloolaba - The Esplanade, Mooloolaba - Fireworks: 8.30pm and midnight -
5pm New Year’s Event Fireworks Display - Coolum Beach - Fireworks: 8pm and midnight -
5-9.30pm New Year’s Eve – Caloundra - Kings Beach Amphitheatre - Fireworks: 9pm - Creative Events Inc:
5pm-1am New Year’s Eve @ The Lake - Boreen Point Foreshore -
7.30pm-12am New Year’s Eve – Noosa Marina - Fireworks: 9pm and midnight -

Pet owners in the vicinity of New Year’s Eve celebrations are advised that the noise of fireworks can cause pets to become agitated. Council reminds owners to ensure pets are safe and secure for the duration of the event.

Australia Day events
26 Jan

6.30-9am Great Australia Day Big Breakfast BBQ - Maleny RSL Club - Apex Maleny
7-9.30am The Great Free Aussie Breakfast - Alan Walker Park, Buddina - Kawana Waters Uniting Church
7-10am Australia Day Breakfast - Palmwoods State School Hall - Palmwoods Progress Association Inc
7am-12.30pm Australia Day on Buderim - Burnett Street, Buderim - Buderim War Memorial Community Association -
7am-2pm Australia Day Community Celebrations - Kings Beach -
7am-3pm Noosa Local Legends - Noosaville Lions Park, Gympie Terrace - Rotary Club of Noosa Heads - Tewantin Noosa Lions Club
7am-7.30pm Australia Day Coolum Beach - Tickle Park, David Low Way - Lioness Club of Coolum Beach
7.30-9.30am Act Local, Think Global - Montville Village Green - Montville Village Association Inc
7.30-10.30am Australia Day Breakfast and Games - Glenfield Park, Mountain Creek - Mooloolaba Lions Club
9.30-10.30am Australia Day Breakfast - Eumundi Aquatic Centre - Eumundi Greens
26 Jan 10am-2pm Australia Day Classic Car Show - Philip Street Kenilworth (between Mary and Elizabeth Streets) Kenilworth Hotel
10am- 2pm Australia Day Celebration - La Balsa Park, Pt Cartwright - Rotary Club of Kawana Waters Inc
10am-9pm Marcoola Rocks on Australia Day - Marcoola Surf Club and Main Beach - Marcoola Surf Club
10.30am-7.30pm Glasshouse Mountains Australia Day - Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club - 902 Steve Irwin Way, Glasshouse Mountains - Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club

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