Community & Business

24 May, 2022

Bringing back community spirit

DIMBULAH’S festival of the year is back! Locals and visitors alike can look forward to a fully revived Dimbulah Lions Community Festival, set to fill the town with stalls, food and fun this Saturday 28 May.

Bringing back community spirit - feature photo

Dimbulah Lions president Brendon Goldsworthy is excited to bring the longtime community event back after a Covid-forced hiatus and guarantees everything will be back to normal. 

“The festival is basically the same as what it has always been – we kick off with the street parade and there will be the festival queens,” Mr Goldsworthy said. “The food, the entertainment, it is the same as what we have done in previous years. “Unfortunately, we are down on the ride side of things as they are really struggling at the moment.”

 The ever popular downtown parade will kick off the event at 5pm and food village will return to satisfy everyone attending. A lineup of entertainment is planned to fill the night, including live music on stage. All this builds towards the crowning of the festival queen, followed by a fireworks display. The fun then continues on into the night with a love band at the bar. 

The Dimbulah community invites you to come and enjoy a night of wondrous fun and enjoyment that you will not forget.

Festival Queen Entrants



17 years Hobbies: Swimming, paddle boarding, camping, travelling and spending time with family and friends Sponsored by Dimbulah Swimming Club



17 years Hobbies: Art, camping, animal welfare, fishing and spending time with my family and friends. 

Sponsored by GBR Fishing



 18 years Hobbies: Fishing, camping, photography, dancing and farming. 

Sponsored by Dimbulah Football Club


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