Moore Park Beach Arts Festival entries invited


The 20th anniversary of the Moore Park Beach Arts Festival beginning 16 August 2019 promises to showcase the region's creative talent.

Moore Park Beach Arts Festival logo
The Moore Park Beach Arts Festival begins on 16 August 2019.

Festival committee member Amanda McGinley said it's a two-and-a-half-day free, family-friendly event that illustrates the work of talented artists from the Bundaberg Region and beyond.

“It really is a fantastic family day out,” Ms McGinley said.

“If you have been thinking about entering your artwork don’t delay, the festival is accepting entries now.”

Ms McGinley said the festival would begin on Friday, 16 August with the grand opening night and judging of the arts competition.

“There will be a fantastic range of cash prizes up for grabs in all categories which vary from textiles to photography to watercolour and everything in between,” she said.

The party ramps up on Saturday with two huge free community festival days at the Moore Park Beach Oval.

“Festival days includes market stalls, art exhibitions, workshops and a fantastic line-up of live entertainment throughout the day from some of Bundaberg's best musicians,” Ms McGinley said.

“There will be a very special headline act soon to be announced and don’t forget the fireworks on Saturday night for everyone to enjoy.

“This year, the festival will have an added feature, a Pacific Island Village, allowing event-goers to embrace and experience the cultural diversity of the region with a unique interactive display by the Ol Meri Wantok group, an organisation that promotes the cultural arts and craft of the South Pacific Island Nations.”

Council congratulates committee

Bundaberg Regional Council has congratulated the committee and the community on the 20th year celebrations of the Moore Park Beach Art Festival.

Community and Cultural Services Portfolio spokesperson Cr Judy Peters said the free festival was the perfect opportunity to get out and about with the whole family.

“There will be art exhibitions, live entertainment, workshops and fun activities for young and young at heart,” Cr Peters said.

A turtle sand sculpture at a previous Moore Park Beach Arts Festival.
A turtle sand sculpture at a previous festival.

Divisional representative Cr Jason Bartels said the event was always a popular one in the region.

“The festival is a huge highlight for the Moore Park Beach community and brings many visitors to our little slice of paradise each year,” he said.

“I look forward to another fantastic few days of art and festival fun and urge everyone to come along.”

Moore Park Beach Arts Festival information

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Want to get involved?

To become a sponsor, stall holder, artist or volunteer for 2019 contact the festival committee via Facebook messenger or email to

For details on how to submit your art work or for tickets to the opening night event, contact the Moore Park Beach Arts Festival team via their Facebook page for more information.