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July in Brisbane & Queensland

July Events in Brisbane and Queensland

  • 2 July (Saturday) 2016 – Australian Federal Election
  • 4 July (Monday) 2016 – American Independence Day – (See costume and party ideas at ThemesForParties.)
  • State of Origin Game 3   (see our State of Origin page).
  • 11 July (Monday) 2016 – Queensland State Schools Term 3 Begins – (see AU school holidays.)
  • 14 July (Thursday) 2016 – Bastille Day–  the French national holiday celebrated on 14 July each year. See  Brisbane French Festival – Brisbane’s official Bastille Day celebrations or see costume and party ideas at ThemesFor(French)Parties.
  • 31 July 2016 (Sunday) – National Tree Day – Community tree planting event organised by Planet Ark. To get involved or find your nearest site, check the website. Friday 29 July 2016 is Schools Tree Day.

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3-Day 1770 Castaway or Survivor Remote Island Camping Experience3-Day 1770 Castaway or Survivor Remote Island Camping Experience, Agnes Water

Experience this 3day/2nt 1770 Castaway or Survivor fly in remote island camping adventure! Enjoy a thrilling scenic flight by Cessna plane over the Queensland coastline before landing on a secluded tropical island. Here your adventure begins as you try your hand at living like a Castaway or choose the more difficult option, Survivor, as you live in a fully functional camp offering snorkeling, fishing and bush walking. This unique Australian camping experience will be one you will never forget.

see more info and booking details from Viator


Whale Watching Cruise from MooloolabaWhale Watching Cruise from Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast
Set out on a whale watching tour from Mooloolaba to see humpback whales on their annual migration between Australia and Antarctica. Your 3-hour cruise is limited to 22 people, which allows for great viewing opportunities without the crowds. Have the chance to see whales frolicking in their natural habitat, and look for dolphins too. The informative and friendly crew shares in-depth knowledge on the marine life of the region that you get to see firsthand. see more info and booking details from Viator


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