Now that the whirlwind of Christmas and New Year’s Eve is over, how about taking some time to chill out and just breathe? A 45 minute drive could find you sitting under the shade of the weeping fig trees on the verandah of the historic Crown Hotel in Dayboro. These beautiful fig trees were planted in 1923 by the then publican’s wife, Mrs Herbert, to provide shade for horses tied to the hitching rails of the pub. What a bonus that 92 years later, we humans are enjoying the shade from these magnificent old trees!
Open from 7am through until midnight everyday, the new Yard Bird Ale House in Paddington is a cool place to shoot the breeze.
If footy clubs aren’t your bag, then you’ll be happy to know that there’s now another spot in Fulcher Road at Red Hill where you can catch up with friends and enjoy good food and coffee.
Enjoy great coffee, tasty food and a changing display of interesting local artwork – and your hip pocket will hardly feel a thing!
Check out this cool Espresso Bar – new to The Gap!
Shake out those double denims and head for Bangalow!
Wow – what a fabulous morning at The Gap Farmers’Market! Just great to see the local community out there, supporting our farmers and producers. There was so much on offer this morning, from the freshest fruit and veg to Himalayan crystal salt lamps and lots more in between. It was a perfect Queensland day, there was a laid back community feel to the event and I doubt that the Gap State School oval has ever had so many people on it at once! Congratulations to all concerned, I’m already looking forward to the next market on July 27th!
Did you make it to the market today? What did you think?
Looking for a cool and quirky festival experience? This 10 day event has an amazing program of events so why not throw on your funkiest jumper and point the car in the direction of Warwick?
The countdown is on, get your market trolleys ready!