Things to do around Nambour in May
May in Nambour
In 2013 the first Big Pineapple Music Festival was held with Birds of Tokyo headlining the festival. The festival has now grown in popularity and is now one of Australia’s most loved music events.
The killer band line ups and the laid back atmosphere of the Big Pineapple Festival have captured the imagination of festival goers from all over. The beautiful natural tree lined amphitheatres which enclose the stages coupled with bands such as The John Butler Trio, Birds Of Tokyo, Grinspoon, The Living End and Bliss n Eso have made for some amazing memories.
The festival offers 2 nights camping for the ultimate festival experience but you need to be quick as tickets sell out quickly. For those not so keen on pitching a tent there is plenty of accommodation from Noosa to Nambour to Caloundra.
The Big Pineapple Music Festival 2017 is set for May 28th so lock it in you calendar.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit the Maleny Botanic Garden and Bird World while visiting Nambour. The gardens are open from 9am – 4.30pm every weekend, Queensland School holidays, Queensland Public holidays and closed weekdays.
Maleny Botanic Gardens covers 14 acres and are surrounded by magnificent rainforests with spectacular views of the Glasshouse Mountains. There is more than 6 kilometres of walking paths which take in thousands of different plants, ranging from roses, azaleas and annuals to some of the rarest cycads in the world – but there is more.
Enjoy numerous lakes, waterfalls and bird life which provide countless possibilities for amateur and professional photographers alike.
What’s coming up around Nambour!