The rodeo in Rainbow Beach was HUGE last month! The centre block has never been so busy, we were volunteering on the bar for the Surf Lifesavers, and were run off our feet. Plus we had the long weekend with the Hot Rod and Rockabilly Rumble.
So after the family have had a daily sandcastle fix and exploring the rocks and rock pools (they will love the natural bridge) here’s a few more activities at Rainbow Beach:
Never have I seen so many rocks at the beach, in all our 13 plus years of living in Rainbow. Although, the sand will cover them up again with time – it is perfect for rock hopping – the kids will love it! Plus the low tide wallowing in the pools is a must! You can still walk the beach – just walk towards Inskip instead!
Are you short on time – looking for a couple of long lazy days on the beach – or getting the kids away from the school routine and get out for a weekend of adventure?
We are letting you know about these now, so you can plan ahead – and book not only your tickets, but also your apartment. These are sure to be busy weekends on the coast. March 16 Chisel Revived – tribute show at the Tin Can Bay Country Club. Cold Chisel classics followed by Jimmy Barnes favourites, so you can rock the night away.
It’s the month of love! February is a perfect time to visit! One – there’s hardly anyone visiting Rainbow, and two – it is still summer. You can soak up the sunshine and relax on the sand, surf or horseride together or learn on a tour or 4WD or trek in some of Queensland’s most pristine National Parks. If you walk to Poona Lake, it is likely you’ll have it all to yourselves!
Rainbow Beach Headland lights up with pine trees, there’s live music at the Surf Club with much loved local, Joel Mak. Don’t miss the Great Christmas Toy Raffle, there’s big prizes and Family Karaoke at the Rainbow Beach Sports Club.
Rainbow Beach doesn’t generally host any specific events for Schoolies, however, there will still be plenty on. Friday night there are raffles at the Surf Club, live music at the pub, barefoot bowls at the Sports Club, music in Tin Can Bay and Silky Oak Tavern. The gym is holding free gym sessions and try yoga on the beach.
Did you see Rainbow Beach on the news last month? Our beautiful rainbow stairs were featured on A Current Affair. I’m sure the coverage will bring even more people to come see it and the joyous message on them.
We are thrilled to share a great story with you from Australia’s largest dedicated regional music tour, Festival of Small Halls, who are announcing their huge, 21-date Summer Tour including a show in Rainbow Beach. The Festival of Small Halls will be stopping here in Rainbow Beach, Wednesday December 12, and tickets are limited,
Travis Collins rocked the Muster this year, and now the six times Golden Guitar Winner and back-to-back CMC Male Artist Of The Year is coming to town on the first day of summer. He is headlining Country at the Beach, which also features Australia’s premiere country/southern rock band
There’s a new baby dolphin, plus the whales and school holidays are here. Read about our school holiday activities for your family. The Bush to Beach Gala evening is held to raise funds to bring school children from drought affected areas in Western Queensland to the coast held on July 14.