SLITHER ALONG: Brisbane snake catcher Julia Baker, of Snake Boss, will be at the Biggenden Apex Rose Festival.
SLITHER ALONG: Brisbane snake catcher Julia Baker, of Snake Boss, will be at the Biggenden Apex Rose Festival. Animal Planet

Snakes, magic and ponies on Biggenden Rose Festival line up

THE Biggenden Apex Rose Festival is being promoted as a family friendly event with lots of entertainment for young and old along with a broad variety of food .

The committee has been able to access some great acts not seen in Biggenden before.

They include:

Snake Boss Reptile Show

: Brisbane snake catcher and star of Animal Planet's highest rating TV series Snake Boss, Julie Baker, will be at the Rose Festival where you can meet some of her favourite reptiles and learn more about these cool critters. Snake Boss will be located near Jeni's Treasures from 2pm.

Kids Magic Show:

Magician Glen Rhode is bringing a fabulous kids magic show that is a rollercoaster of fun and laughter, is highly interactive with lots of audience participation. Bring the kids along to see his amazing magic show under the awning at Anmols Cruisine.

Ponies and Mobile Animal Farm:

What kid young or old doesn't enjoy animals. You can find the 3 Ponies Petting Farm on the vacant block between Burnett Livestock & Realty and Anmols Cruisine from 2pm. There will be ponies, an animal farm and a jumping castle so don't miss out!

Wide Bay Laser Skirmish:

Take your game to the next level. Wide Bay Laser Skirmish will be part of the festival activities. You will be able to play outdoor laser tag supported by qualified staff. Games start at 2pm on the day in an area at the Biggenden Men's Shed. Laser tag is one of the coolest and safest recreational activities, a non-contact sport played world-wide. Are you up for the challenge?

Big Screen:

Bring your chair and sit back and watch all the highlights of past festivals on the big screen to be set up in the vacant block between Burnett Livestock & Realty and Anmols Cruisine.

Henry Walsh Climb: It will be an early start on Saturday, October 20 for those keen to climb Mt Walsh. Led by experienced bush walker Moira Thompson, people will follow the Harry Frauca walking track. Meet at 6.30am at the Mt Walsh car park. Cost is $30 a person. Light lunch at Mt Walsh car park upon return at noon. For more information or to book email Moira: experience.altitude@gmail.com.


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