Thursday, November 30, 2023


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Carols Across The Region

Carols By The Beach

The Whitsunday Regional Council are gearing up for their Christmas celebrations, with the annual Carols by the Beach returning for another mammoth event.

Beginning at 4.30pm with a performance by the Proserpine Citizens Band, with the Cannonvale State School Choir kicking off celebrations at 5pm.

From 5.30pm, Christmas Carols begins with the highly anticipated arrival of Santa.

The outdoor cinema showing of Home Alone begins at 6.30pm.

The food hub will service any diet and any flavour, with Airlie Beach Rotary and Whitsundays Zonta hosting a BBQ, Prossy Kebabs, Sn 2 Go, RILO, Dirty Southern BBQ, Simply Yum, Whats Poppin Whitsundays, Lynne’s Lemonade, Bauies Smokin Hot Meats, and Yummy Dum Dum Dumplings.

WHAT: Airlie Beach Carols By The Beach

WHERE: Airlie Beach Foreshore

WHEN: Sunday, December 3, from 4.30pm

Collinsville Christmas Carols

Experience the majesty that is the Collinsville community Christmas Carols, organised and led by the Collinsville Lions Club.

Kicking off celebrations from 6pm, be enchanted by Carols by Candlelight displayed by the Collinsville Christian Fellowship, with the Bowen Outreach Band.

WHAT: Collinsville Christmas Carols

WHERE: Collinsville Lions Park, Conway Street

WHEN: Sunday December 3, from 6pm

Carols In The Park

The Whitsunday Regional Council are at it again, with the Proserpine Carols In Park and Christmas Party.

This event will be spectacular, with Carol performances by Proserpine State School, Proserpine Citizens Bands, Mommas and Poppas and Sweet Alibis. The Christmas Fun will be encompassed with a fantastic visit from Santa, a Sky High Circus, an electric dance performance, and the Rotary Club of Proserpine Ham Wheel.

And don’t miss the free face painting, kids activities, eat street and market stalls, ensuring that this evening is fun for the whole family.

WHAT: Proserpine Carols In The Park

WHERE: Ken MacPherson Park, Proserpine

WHEN: Friday, December 8, from 4.30pm

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