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Enjoy 12 hours of free Australia Day entertainment

ByJames Brown

If you've recently made the move into property in Narangba, what better way to get to know other locals than to be involved in Australia Day celebrations?

Moreton Bay Regional Council is putting on 12 hours of free entertainment on 26 January, and the best part is that everyone is invited to join in the fun.

There will be something for people of all ages to enjoy over the course of the public holiday, ranging from amusement rides to live music acts.

"This Australia Day we're kicking Aussie Beach Party into gear with a vintage car show and renditions of the country's best hit music," said Moreton Bay Regional Council mayor Allan Sutherland.

Brennan Park on Bribie Island will be hosting an Aussie Beach Party, which is scheduled to run for 12 hours starting from 7:30 am.

Cornetts IGA's free big breakfast will also kick off the day at 7:30 am and this year it's due to be supported by the Bribie Island Lions.

You can also expect to see the ever popular lamington eating contest, as well as a sandcastle competition, making this a great day out for all the family.

Still yet to move to the area? Make sure you get in touch with an experienced real estate agent in Burpengary.

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