CAVE SHOW: Susan Ellis and Glenn Lorimer will perform at Opera in the Caves this weekend.
CAVE SHOW: Susan Ellis and Glenn Lorimer will perform at Opera in the Caves this weekend. Allan Reinikka Rokaopera

72 Hours: Your guide to what's on in Central Queensland

FRIDAY

Star quality performance
6pm: The Voice singer Tameaka Powell at Callaghan Park for the 2YO Capricornia Yearling Sales Breeders Plate Race Day. Entry: $5 all-day pass, under-18 free.

Travelling Film Festival
7pm: Travelling Film Festival which showcases highlights from Sydney Film Festival at BCC Cinemas North Rockhampton, Bruce Hwy. Cost $12-$14 per ticket.

Old time/new vogue dance
7pm: Beach Party dance with a difference at The Caves Recreation Hall. Cost $10. 0418 784 608.  

Tameaka Powell. Photo contributed.
Tameaka Powell. Photo contributed. Photo contributed ROK121015colum

 

SATURDAY

Charity bootcamp
8am: ASN/World Gym Free Bootcamps for Charity at riverbank car park down from Empire, Victoria Pde, Rockhampton.

Annual Bonsai exhibit
9am-5pm: Capricorn Region Bonsai Society 2015 bonsai exhibition at Rockhampton State High School in Campbell St. Entry $3, children u15 free.

Boxing battle
6pm: PCYC Rockhampton Boxing Tournament at PCYC Rockhampton, Stapleton Park, Bridge St. Cost: Adults $15, students $8.

Underground show and entertainment
7.30pm: Opera in the Caves at the Capricorn Caves. Tickets from $50-$75 via Ticketmaster.

 

SUNDAY

Market day
8am-noon: Sunday Markets at the Kern Arcade Car Park, Bolsover St. 0419 848 005.

Ride the steam tram
9am-1pm: Archer Park Rail Museum, Denison St, Rockhampton. Tram operational, morning tea provided.

Great food, quality laughs
Noon-3pm: Lunch with Laughs - Charity Comedy Event at Footlights Theatre Restaurant, Old Rockhampton Rd, Yeppoon. Cost: $43pp with $5 from each ticket going to Childhood Cancer Support.    



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