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Queensland State Fair

By Ellie Boswell

Roll up, roll up – a carnival is coming to town!

The Queensland State Fair is set to delight and excite families from Thursday 22 October to Sunday 1 November 2020 at Westfield North Lakes.

Entry to the Queensland State Fair is just $2 per person and rides are ‘pay as you go’. Ride the dodgems, bite into a crunchy waffle with cream or a freshly cooked dagwood dog, ride the tea cups and create some memories with the family.

Best parking is off Prospect Street, behind Woolworths.

The Fair is open nightly til late. Times may vary dependant on customers. See their Facebook Page for more details.

Please note: The Queensland State Fair has a Covid Safe policy in action and is taking the proper precautions. The carnival will be operating on a much smaller scale than the EKKA with crowds of less than 500 people. As such, each patron is to sign in with QR codes upon entry, 1.5 metre social distancing rules are to be followed and social distancing marshalls will be present. Hand sanitizing stations will be found throughout the venue and at each ride, game and food stall. If anyone in your household is unwell, we ask you to stay home for the safety of patrons and operators. We look forward to hosting a fun and safe event.

*Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.

23rd OCT Today, 5.00pm – 9.00pm.
24th OCT Tomorrow, 11.00am – 9.00pm.
25th OCT Sun, 11.00am – 9.00pm.
29th OCT Thu, 5.00am – 9.00pm.
30th OCT Fri, 5.00am – 9.00pm.
31st OCT Sat, 11.00am – 9.00pm.
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