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Top Ten Things to Do in FNQ

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Top Ten Things to Do in FNQ

Triple M Top Ten things to do in FNQ




The Julatten Family Market Day is on Sunday at the Julatten Tavern. Local produce and products, car boot sale, nine mile pie eating comp, barramundi racing, huge water slide, mechanical bull, vintage cars and bikes, entertainment and food. It’s on from 11am – 3pm and raising money for the Julatten Primary School.


Woree Markets are on Sunday 8am – 1pm. Check out over 60 stalls of bric-a-brac, food, clothing, and home businesses participating.  Site hire fees go towards funding Woree Neighbourhood Watch's Crime Prevention Initiatives.


Pullman Cairns International is set to host Cairns’ Longest High Tea on Sunday, in aid of the Queensland Drought Appeal, donating 100% of the profits to this worthy cause. There will be an assortment of delectable sweet and savory treats complete with live music and great prizes.


Two of the biggest names in Australian Comedy – Tommy Little and Luke McGregor are bringing their bromance to Cairns on Saturday night at the Tanks. Tickets from ticketlink


Nunsense, a musical comedy is on at the Clink Theatre in Port Douglas Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Previously "Best Off Broadway musical". An hilarious talent show by five survivors at the Little Sisters of Hoboken Nunnery. The rest of their sisters have been poisoned by the cook!!!! Its a fundraiser to raise money to bury the last four of the dearly departed. Music, Comedy, Dance and even a Quiz!! Tickets from the Clink Theatre.


Rock for the Reef is on Sunday at the Jack. The event raising funds an awareness for 'Fight for Our Reef' and 'Great Barrier Reef Legacy' Join Drewboy, Eddie Skiba along with 6 others from 3.30pm, tickets $5.


Women’s Get Out Get Active - Aloomba Cycle is on Saturday. Meet at Smithy Holmes Park, Moller Road, Aloomba 7.50am for an 8.00am departure. Enjoy a low traffic road ride surrounded by the cane fields and beautiful rainforest. Stop at one of the rivers for a photo opportunity, drink and even a swim.  This ride is an easy relaxed 22km social ride.


Each Sunday the Port Douglas Markets are held at ANZAC Park. A picturesque location surrounded by the mountain ranges and Coral Sea in the background. Established around 25 years ago, Port Douglas Sunday Markets provide locally produced food, fruit and veggies as well as hand crafted goods of every description. They run from 8am – 1.30pm


The Esplanade Markets showcase local, quality products from contemporary jewellery, leather work, pottery, clothes and skincare. If you need a gift you are sure to find it here. The markets are located near the lagoon and run on Saturday from 8am – 4pm.


Purchase fresh local produce straight from the farm at the Mossman Markets under the Raintrees. There are many stalls with beautiful local organic produce and handcrafted items. Come enjoy this relaxed country market with locals and visitors next to the historic St David’s Church. 7am – 1pm Saturday.