Easter is just around the corner, if you’re looking to hop out of the rabbit race, the St George Region is a fantastic destination. Here are some of the things you can do during Easter to keep the whole family happy.
Easter in the Vines
Hosting this free annual event, Riversands Wines offers an excellent opportunity to experience the region’s viticulture first-hand. You can explore the vineyards, taste the wines, enjoy a delicious BBQ and socialise with friends and family while listening to live music. There’s also a courtesy bus, kids’ activities and so much more.
Explore our rivers
Make the most of the last of our warm weather! The St George Region is fortunate enough to have all of our towns located on a water source, providing water for agriculture, recreational opportunities, and serves as a habitat for a variety of flora and fauna. You can explore the river on a boat tour with Sandy Town River Cruises, kayak, canoe, go fishing- perhaps try your luck at the Dirranbandi Fishing Competition, water skiing, camping or enjoy a picnic on one of the riverbanks. With a range of camping options and accommodation around the Region you’ll be sure to find something that suits.
Balonne Branch ASH Campdraft and Show
Why not have the ultimate Outback experience! Kids and adults alike will love seeing experienced talented horse riders kicking up the dust at the St George Showgrounds. Keep your tummy full and your whistle wet, with the canteen running all weekend and bar on Saturday.
Stay a little longer
If the Easter break in our area isn’t long enough and you’re just loving what we love.
Stay a little longer! Queensland Music Festival’s Outback Trail begins in St George, with the warm-up event held on Wednesday 12 April before the main acts, including Hussy Hicks, Karl S Williams and Jem Cassar-Daley, take to the stage on Thursday 13 April to belt it out on the Balonne for Oasis Afternoon. Market stalls, food options and a licensed bar – what more could you want to fill an afternoon and settle you into the evening?
Get in faster than a bunny down a burrow and book now!! You’ll be spoilt for choice in the way of accommodation, Motels, Hotels, Cabins, Airbnb’s, Farm Stays, Camping the list goes on. Check out our accommodation options on our website to find a full list, or call in to the St George Region Visitor Information Centre and ask our friendly staff.
Whether you’re interested in exploring the region’s natural beauty or attending an event, we’ve got something for everyone. So pack your bags, head out west, and get ready for an unforgettable unique Easter experience.
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