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World Migratory Bird Day 2010

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World Migratory Bird Day 2010

Time: May 9, 2010 from 12:30pm to 5pm
Location: Nudgee Beach Foreshore Reserve, Fortitude Street, Nudgee Beach.
Street: UBD ref 111 M15
Website or Map: http://www.ourbrisbane.com/wh…
Phone: 07 3407 2400 , sean.marler@brisbane.qld.gov.au
Event Type: free, festival
Organized By: Sean Marler, Brisbane City Council
Latest Activity: May 8, 2010

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Event Description

'World Migratory Bird Day 2010’ will be celebrated in Brisbane with a free community music festival with food and information stalls.

This event is the rescheduled ‘World Music for Migratory Waders’ festival that was cancelled on 7 February due to wet weather.

World Migratory Bird Day aims to raise awareness on protecting migratory birds and their habitat.

Come along and join Brisbane City Council to help celebrate this fabulous free event.

Live performances from Aussie blues and roots man Asa Broomhall, Afro-Cuban jazz with Canta la Tumba, BATARI Taiko drumming, Mzaza gypsy folk and many more.

Mother’s Day prize giveaways drawn at 4.30pm - Maui Motor Home Premium Package Holiday, MiCat Moreton Eco Lodge Family Holiday, Spring in a Bag 12 month starter kit, SeaWorld prize packs plus reusable stainless steel drink bottles throughout the day.

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Comment by Elaine de Saxe on May 8, 2010 at 11:06
What a top spot Nudgee Beach is ... enjoyed many a picnic there. With it being a cul-de-sac, if crowds attend it will be mayhem though. Be prepared to be patient and to leave the car and walk or get a bus.

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