The 21st Nundah Festival was finally celebrated on Sunday, 10 September 2023. Gorgeous weather welcomed the crowds that started forming before the official opening at 9am. It was clear that locals and visitors were eager to celebrate the Nundah Festival.
The Nundah Festival opened with the talented Nundah State School Marching Band, and the Nundah Town Crier.
Performances were held on two stages at the Festival, with local schools showcasing their finest singers, bands and sports acts.
The Movie in the Park and Fireworks run by BCC and Cr Adam Allan was held with record attendance on Friday 8th September.
The Nundah Art Show was a huge success, with the exhibition running on Saturday 9th and Sunday, 10th September. Over $10,000 in prize money was awarded to entrants in the fields of landscape, contemporary, portraiture, still life and sculpture. The Grand Prize was awarded to John Brigden.
The Nundah Festival is organised and run by local volunteer group, Nundah Now. If you’d like to be involved in next year’s event, please visit nundah.com.
Thank you to the Nundah Festival sponsors and supporters, including Brisbane Airport Corporation, Brisbane City Council, Gardner Vaughan Group, Karl Garufi Belle Property Ascot, Norris Motor Group, Councillor Adam Allan, Nundah Village Shopping Centre, Harcourts Local, Mozmo Creative, Nundah Village Dental, Leanne Linard MP, The Joint Nundah, Ian Mogridge Painters & Decorators, The Royal Nundah, Arlow Electrical, Schramm Group, St Patrick’s College Shorncliffe, Aether Brewing, Northside First National Real Estate, Arthouse Northside, Signarama Nundah, Suzuki Nundah, Isuzu Nundah and Swarm Studios.
The Nundah Festival is a terrific community event to be involved with. If you would like to be involved in this special event please visit nundah.com.
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