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Celebrating Community Spirit at the Eungella Ancient Arts and Craft Fayre

The Eungella Ancient Arts and Craft Fayre, a vibrant celebration of creativity and community, recently unfolded in our picturesque mountain village. The event showcased the power of community spirit and provided a platform for locals and visitors alike to enjoy an epic two-day festival showcasing art and crafts from a myriad of ancient cultures!


The Fayre featured an array of artistic expressions, from stunning crafts to mesmerising performances. Attendees were treated to a lantern parade, where the night came alive with the warm glow of lanterns, fire twirlers who danced with flames, and fire breathers who left the crowd in awe. Local musicians set the perfect atmosphere, while a bar served refreshing beverages. The event spanned over two days, ensuring that everyone had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the festivities.


The Fayre wasn't just about art and entertainment; it was also a platform for important conversations. Save Eungella engaged with visitors, fostering discussions about environmental conservation and the preservation of our beloved Eungella region. Connections were made, ideas were shared, and a commitment to safeguarding our unique environment was strengthened.


Tourists and locals check out the Save Eungella stall
Tourists and locals check out the Save Eungella stall

Save Eungella extends heartfelt gratitude to the Trusz family, who volunteered to hold a Save Eungella stall at the Fayre. Their dedication to our cause and the Eungella community is deeply appreciated. With a picturesque backdrop of lush mountains and crisp, fresh air, the Fayre offered a unique experience for attendees, fostering a sense of togetherness.


Peter from Mackay Conservation Group with Angie Trusz from Save Eungella
Peter from Mackay Conservation Group with Angie Trusz from Save Eungella

Save Eungella proudly acknowledges the support of local businesses like Murray's Stickers and Signs, who played a vital role in bringing our message to life. Lance from Murray's Stickers and Signs, a local Mackay business, visited our stall and reinforced the idea that when local businesses support local causes, the community as a whole benefits. Their generous contributions in printing our banners, wheelie bin stickers, and bumper stickers are invaluable in spreading awareness about our mission.

Lance from Murray's Stickers and Signs
Lance from Murray's Stickers and Signs

As we celebrate the success of the Eungella Ancient Arts & Craft Fayre, we extend an invitation to other local businesses interested in supporting our cause. Your involvement can make a significant difference in our efforts to protect the Eungella environment. If you're inspired to contribute or simply want to explore our range of merchandise, including banners, stickers, and more, please visit our online shop: https://www.saveeungella.com.au/category/all-products

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