A great family day out at the annual Bauple Nut Bash

By 17 August, 2017Uncategorised

A great family day out at the annual Bauple Nut Bash

The Bauple Community is gearing up to celebrate what life in this beautiful community is all about, with the annual Bauple Nut Bash for 2017.

While the theme may change year to year, the organisers have maintained a strong focus, over the last eleven years, on the core values that the residents of Bauple hold dear to heart- of wholesome fun, friendship and community involvement. The result is this fantastic, laid back, family fun based event that comes together with the help of local community groups, residents, local businesses and much valued Fraser Coast Council support.

The event starts at 12pm at the Bauple Recreation Grounds on 2nd September, with a Licensed bar through until 8pm.This years theme being ‘Circus/Carnival ‘, there will be no shortage of activities to keep the young and young at heart entertained. From the Annual Nut Cracking Championship- celebrating Bauple’s’ historical connection with the Macadamia Nut. To a variety of market & food stalls, local musical entertainment from Musical Merv & the Bhopple Fairies, lots of kids games, street circus activities & tug-o-war to fill out the afternoon. To the big traditional Bauple Nut Bash finale of Ron Laycock’s’ Mad Jet Truck and in our opinion the best Fire Works display on the Fraser Coast.

For anyone new to the area or wanting to get involved in our community, this event is an ideal time to network and get to know a few fellow locals. Our local P&C, Play group, Scouts, Bauple Band Hall, Historical Museum and Mens shed all pitch in on the day, so don’t be shy if you have any questions or enquiries, someone will be able to direct you to the relevant person to talk to.

With a warm & friendly atmosphere, the Bauple community welcomes all attendees to come, dress in Circus theme if they dare, to share the atmosphere we love about our little town and see how our thriving community groups can put on a day for all to remember.

We look forward to seeing everyone on the day.” – Story by Debbie Brischke