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The round-up: where to celebrate Chinese New Year in 2016
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The round-up: where to celebrate Chinese New Year in 2016

We may have celebrated the start of a new calendar year on January 1, but Chinese New Year, which falls on the eighth of this month, is just around the corner. With festivities set to continue well into February, Brisbane locals will have the opportunity to embrace the Asian culture through a range of special events, from traditional lion dancers and firecracker displays, to sumptuous Chinese banquets and street food markets. Here are just some of the ways you can help ring in the Year of the Monkey. more

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Five things you must do at the Have A Go! Festival
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Five things you must do at the Have A Go! Festival

Once a year the time comes to revolt against the new and shiny and quick and easy, and leave our tech-entrenched lives behind for a weekend of true craftsmanship and creativity. On February 20–21, Toowoomba will gather its finest artisans, producers and creators to showcase their traditional trades at the Cobb + Co Museum's Have A Go! Festival. So to make the most of your daytrip or weekend, we’ve put together the top five things you must do … more


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The round-up: where to celebrate Australia Day in 2016
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The round-up: where to celebrate Australia Day in 2016

There is a lot of fun to be had at a backyard barbecue on Australia Day. That being said, playing Goon of Fortune and sitting awkwardly in a blow-up pool all day can get tiresome. Check out what else is happening around town, as several of Brisbane’s finest establishments will be celebrating Australia Day in spectacular fashion. We have collated a list of the best spots to enjoy the most popular public holiday in the calendar. more