Maryborough Portside Bringing life back to Wharf Street, Bringing Portside back to life!
Maryborough Portside, fun events for the whole family.
Saturday, June 4th
Showcasing the best produce and products from across the region, as well as local cafés and restaurants, award winning wines, craft beers and gourmet food stalls – it's a food lovers paradise! More information on their website!
Last Sunday of each month in Portside. A morning of fun, food, brass bands and steam train rides.
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.
At Gatakers Artspace Courtyard from 5pm to 9pm. Featuring artists' demonstrations, free live music, licenced bar, wood-fired pizza, hot food, coffee and dessert.
A perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and something light to eat in a chilled out, intimate setting. Bring a folding chair and enjoy a great night out in our beautiful courtyard. Free entry and music. Held on the Saturday night of the last weekend of each month.
First Sunday of the month from 3pm to 8pm.
Live entertainment showcasing local and visiting artists on the Riverstage. Sit at a table in the Riverside Restaurant or under the River Terrace, or bring a rug for a picnic on the lawn.
Outdoor heaters will be provided in winter. Bring a jacket or a warm blanket as it can get cool by the river! Licensed premises provides casual dining options and full bar facilities. No BYO food or alcohol.
2nd Friday of the month at 5.30pm, from Maryborough's Portside Precinct. Tour is approximately 2 hours long.
This is a fully escorted tour will take guests through the early days of the Port of Maryborough – telling tales of sailors, smugglers, brothels and opium dens.
Bookings are essential and can be made at the Bond Store Museum, Wharf Street.
Phone: (07) 4190 5722 or book at the Maryborough Visitor Information Centre, City Hall
Phone: 1800 214 789.
More information on Our Fraser Coast.
The Portside Heritage Gateway consists of the Customs House Interpretive Centre, the Bond Store Museum and the Maryborough Military and Colonial Museum, in Wharf Street.
Monday to Friday: 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Saturday & Sunday: 9.30am to 12.30pm.
New Year's Day, Anzac Day, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Portside Heritage Gateway Pass
Your pass includes entry to:
Customs House Interpretive Centre
Bond Store Museum
Maryborough Military and Colonial Museum (Website)
Phone: (07) 4190 5722
The Portside Heritage Gateway Pass is also available from the above participating museums.