Archive for the ‘Bingara Orange Festival’ Category

The sun is shining and the oranges are sweet
The weather is glorious, the oranges are sweet, and the countdown is on for the 2019 Regional Australia Bank, Bingara Happy Days Orange Festival. This year’s event will have festival goers dancing in the street as it again takes on the “Happy Days” theme, celebrating the nostalgia and music...
Get into the swing of things at this year’s Regional Australia Bank, Bingara Orange Festival
Lovers of rockabilly and all things 50s will be delighted with the line-up for this year’s ‘Happy Days’ themed Regional Australia Bank, Bingara Orange Festival on Saturday 6th July. Returning by popular demand is Sunshine Coast band Darlin’ & the Midnight Delights. Specialising in 1950s, 1960s and modern songs with...
Your chance to be a Star
The 2019 Regional Australia Bank, Bingara Happy Days Orange festival will be held on Saturday 6th July. “The street parade is always a highlight of the festival and event organisers hope to encourage more community groups and participants to enter the parade,” said Catherine Egan, Chair of the Bingara...
Bingara Happy Days Orange Festival
For over half a century the community of Bingara has celebrated its Orange Trees. Planted as a living memorial to Bingara’s fallen in World Wars I and II, the trees and the annual harvesting of the fruit by the local school children happens on only one day of the...
The Bingara HAPPY DAYS Orange Festival wants you!
Calling all stall holders, car enthusiasts, rock n roll dancers, vintage caravan owners and anyone who loves rock n roll and nostalgic vibe of the 50's. The Bingara HAPPY DAYS Orange Festival celebrating the 1950's era, rock n roll, nostalgia and the good times of yesteryear is on again for...
Floats return to Festival parade
John Wearne and Paul Moulton drove the North West Theatre Company float, with members taking part in the ‘Showcase 2018’ this weekend riding on the back. After an absence of several years due to insurance issues, floats made a welcome return to the Bingara Orange Festival...
Bingara Orange Festival ‘rocks on’
This year’s Bingara Orange Festival attracted arguably the biggest crowd yet. Marketing and Promotions Team Leader at Gwydir Shire, Georgia Standerwick, said feedback after the festival had been immense. “It’s great publicity for the town, I think we are onto a winner with that theme.” Jill...
Orange Police warn off thieves
This Friday, children from Bingara Central School and Preschool will be let loose to pick oranges from the trees growing in Finch Street and at Gwydir Oval, Bingara. The ceremony begins at 12pm, outside the Bingara RSL Club, and pays respect to the town’s fallen soldiers and celebrates our freedom....
Bingara prepares to party
Residents and visitors to Bingara are getting in to mood to Rock ‘n’ roll. The RSL Club got the ball rolling on Saturday night, with ‘You’re Never too old to Rock n Roll. On Friday Orange picking will be held, and will also see the opening of ‘Sew Much More’...
The sun is shining and the oranges are sweet….
The weather is glorious, the oranges are sweet, and the countdown is on for the 2018 Regional Australia Bank, Bingara Orange Festival. This year’s event will have festival goers dancing in the street as it takes on a “Happy Days” theme, celebrating the nostalgia and music of the 50’s and...