Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival 2014
The Julia Creek Dirt & Dust Festival will celebrate its 20th year
From modest beginnings this year’s event brought together people from all walks of life – people from Queensland, Australia and overseas - to Julia Creek in what may be considered one of Queensland’s “must go” events.
The Julia Creek Dirt & Dust Festival offers visitors three jam-packed days of fun and entertainment, wlecoming visitors to experience real outback hospitality of the tiny North West Queensland outback town with the population of Julia Creek swells from 400 people to 3,000 in one weekend.
Photo 1: Judy and Duncan Fysh from PROA Red Claw farm near Julia Creek.
Photo 2: The Red Claw lunch
Photo 3: Bob listening to the country tunes of Mick Lindsay.
Photo 4: Karen Elphick, from Cloncurry Shire Council, and Bob enjoy a chat with tablemates at the Red Claw lunch
Photo 5: Bob catches up with old school mate Garth Power and his wife Maureen.
Photo 6: Bob being interviewed by the Bondi Surf Rescue TV crew.
Photo 7: Bob joins a festival participant for a quiet chat away from the crowds.
Photo 8: Bob having a yarn with old mates.
Photo 9: Bob posing for a photo with some of our good looking outback sheilas.
Photo 10: Bondi surf lifesaver Corey Oliver, Bob and Aaron Payne, who's horse Zingy Girl placed first in the first race.
Photo 11: The winners of the Julia Creek Triathlon team catergory, Tom, Kirsty and Pete Dowling.