This festival is sure to get your toes tapping. There's food, music and dancing, so bring the kids and your best Hawaiian shirt and join in the fun.
The Mandorah Ukulele Folk Festival is back for its third year! Come by bike, car or boat, catch the last ferry home or spend the night camping under the Banyan trees (space limited, bookings essential - phone Mark 0487 750 155).
Make a weekend of it - arrive early on Friday night to watch a spectacular Wagait Beach sunset, spend Saturday from noon to midnight at the festival, and leave on Sunday after the recovery breakfast.
There will be performers from all over Australia, open mike sessions for you to have a go, plus workshops for you and your kiddies to improve your ukelele skills. There's food, Hawaiian shirt competitions, dancing is encouraged and the beer is cold.
The Mandorah Ukulele Folk Festival (M.U.F.F.) is a community-focussed, non-profit festival organised by the not-for profit Mandorah Ukulele Folk Festival (M.U.F.F.) with the support of the Cox Country Club.