23 Sep Booin Gari 2019
A celebration and collaboration of culture, where story telling and people collide in harmony on the banks of the beautiful Noosa River. Booin Gari Festival offers opportunities to immerse yourself in Australia’s First Nation culture through song and dance, art and craft, stories and yarning, bush tucker tastings and water craft. Gubbi Gubbi Dance led by Kabi Kabi Traditional Custodian Lyndon Davis, host the popular family festival that keeps offering more, without the usual festival prices. The origins of the Booin Gari event began in the car park of a local community organisation in 2007 and they remain major sponsor along with Noosa Council. This 1-day festival is an opportunity to build connections to people, country and culture. Previously held in the April school holidays it moved to the September school holidays in 2018 and is now held on the banks of the Noosa river at Noosaville Lions Park.