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Woodford Folk Festival

Woodford Folk Festival

Queensland Aborigine Folk FestivalWhen & Where The Woodford Folk Festival is an Australian festival which usually takes place at Woodford in Queensland Australia for six days usually over the New Year Period December-January.

The festival usually happens over the new year period.

What to Expect The Woodford Folk Festival is Australia’s biggest indigenous aborigine festival the second biggest being The Dreaming Festival in Woodford

Queensland Aborigine Folk Festival

Woodford Festival Australia Hundreds of aborigine tribes from every corner of Australia represent at this indigenous Festival. Expect around 2000 performers in 400 events with concerts, dances, workshops, forums, street theatre, writers' panels, film festival, comedy sessions, acoustic jams, social dialogue and debate, an entire children's festival, art and craft workshops, late night cabarets and special events including a spectacular fire event. Performers and festival go-ers are from all over the world at this celebration of everything indigenous. Hundreds of Australian tribes share their tradition, ceremonies, beliefs and anecdotes at this Australian festival.

Getting there Book a flight into any Australian airport here or book a train in Oz here.

Accommodation in Woodford

Where to stay Book your accommodation for the Woodford Folk below. There's quality hotels or cheap accommodation in Brisbane here.

History: Woodford Folk Fest


First held as the Maleny Folk Festival around Easter it had to be moved to a larger venue to hold the numbers of 80,000: it was hence moved to Woodford.

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