...on the last full weekend of each month.
Gatakers By Night in Gatakers Artspace Courtyard in Maryborough from 5pm 9pm.
A perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and something light to eat in a chilled out, intimate setting.
Free entry and music
Night at the Museum Tour
At the Maryborough Military & Colonial Museum at 7pm. Fee applicable.
Ghostly Tour and Tales of Maryborough
The evening will commence at Maryborough Post Office in Bazaar Street where guests board the coach as the tearful Mary Widow and The Hangman greet them.
The Ghostly Tours and Tales provide a night that combines a delightfully eerie experience, a touch of theatre and a glance into history with spooky tales.
But be warned the city is teeming with earthbound spirits eager to be creepy company on your tour.
Departure and return from Maryborough Post Office, Bazaar Street.
The tour is fully escorted coach transport, a rare opportunity to see inside glorious heritage-listed buildings, a spooky guided lamplight tour of the old Maryborough
cemetery and a chilling visit to Maryborough's pioneer cemetery.
A delicious dinner and dessert completes the tour.
Bookings are essential and can be made at the Maryborough Visitor Information Centre, City Hall, Kent Street. Call 1800 214 789. Payment is required at time of
Cost of tour is $65 per person (valid until 31/03/2013). Includes delicious 2 course dinner.
Tour dates: September 29 l October 27 l November 24
(No tour in December)
Sunday in the Park is a relaxed morning of fun, food, brass bands and steam train rides.
Brass bands play inside a graceful old band rotunda in Queens Park while the unique sounds of the locally made steam driven calliope echo across the park.
Take a 'Stroll of Queens Park' with a costumed guide and explore Maryborough's beautiful historic park. 'Strolls' depart at 9.30am and 10.30am from the white picket
fence near the band hall.
All morning, the Mary Ann, a full sized replica of Queensland's first steam locomotive built in Maryborough in 1873, chugs along the riverside taking passengers through
Queens Park and the Mary River Parklands.
Children and adults can also climb onboard one of the many miniature steam engines, which run on a circuit around Queens Park. The sight of little legs and
not so little legs dangling from tiny carriages as the trains weave around the track is guaranteed to delight.
It’s a tradition begun by the city’s Model Engineers and Live Steamers Association over 30 years ago and one that uniquely captures Maryborough’s carefree,
All the museums are open from 10am 3pm Monday to Sunday.
Free Guided Walking Tour departs City Hall at 9am Monday to Saturday.
Visitor Information Centre
City Hall on Kent Street
Phone: 1800 214 789