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Posted by gympieonmobile on Thursday Jul 26, 2012 Under Uncategorized


“The Mary Rattler” – Experience a Long Lost Era.

“The Mary Rattler”

Step back in time and experience the excitement of travelling by steam. The Mary Valley Rattler Steam Train.

“The Valley Rattler” steam heritage tours are operated by The Mary Valley Heritage Railway (MVHR) every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesdays. Tours depart from the historic Gympie Railway station and the destination varies according to the day of operation. The “Red Rocket” Heritage Railmotor operates every Tuesday morning.

Address: Tozer Street, Gympie (Qld) 4570 …Fares and Reservations (07) 54822750

More Information click here

DUE to the Coronavirus the Festivals at Gympie are not determine for a date. We will let you know when and if they proceed. Keep an eye on Updates in the Gympieonmobile app.




Starting Saturday 14th September 

The Mary Valley is turning tradition on its ear this year with the annual Scarecrow Festival starting on 14th September 2013.

The scary fellows will hang around until October 18.

Registrations opened on August 19, and the stuffed figures will be popping up on country roads and busy streets from September 14.

Categories are open, traditional and child.

You can choose to make a traditional scarecrow, or enter something extraordinary in the artistic category.

There is also a children’s category for five-to-15-year-old scarecrow creators.

For registrations email or visit Scarecrows




Starting Saturday 19th October 

Experience the Gympie gold rush and 100 years of history with more than 30 displays at the Gold Mining and Historical Museum.

Set by a picturesque lake, the museum’s collection of buildings house memorabilia from the early gold mining era, military, rural, transport, communications, steam and more.

Gympie Goldrush Festival The Committee and Members of GoldRush have really got the Fever this year and want to make sure that you all have something to see and do during the week in the lead up to the final day – Saturday 19th October. Come and enjoy whats- in -store in Gympie Gold Rush Festival.

The 2013 Gympie Gold Rush Festival is a popular event in Cooloola and nearby towns. This is an annual celebration that celebrates the popular gold discovery at Gympie by James Nash in the year 1867. As one of the most admired festivals in Gympie and its nearby communities; a number of residents, local visitors and international tourists celebrate the eleven day festival, held in the month of October.

With a theme to celebrate the fascinating heritage of the Cooloola region in Gympie, this popular festival showcases a diverse and colourful array of interactive activities, shows, competitions and entertainment programs from guests of all ages.   If you are in the Gympie or Cooloola regions during early October, then make sure to visit this event to experience something amazing and unique. Today, the Gold Rush festival is as one of the premier annual amusement events; with a diverse range of entertainment and activities, making this event a perfect event for everyone.

While at the event, locals, visitors and tourists get an opportunity to understand the real expedition and discovery process that took place here about a century ago.

Come to this amazing event with your loved ones to enjoy and get an once-in-a-lifetime experience.


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DUE to the Coronavirus the Festivals at Gympie are not determine for a date. We will let you know when and if they proceed.

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