A feast for tastebuds and the senses at Gatakers by Night

WOOD-fired pizza, homemade pavlova and delicious coffee will be on the menu when Gatakers by Night returns to Maryborough on Saturday, May 25.

Entry is free and accomplished local saxophonist Paul Marshall will provide live music alongside up-and-coming guitarist Thomas Dietrich. 

Local artists will be demonstrating their craft for the crowds in Gatakers Artspace and courtyard and a number of pieces will be available to buy.

History buffs can learn more about Maryborough in years past on the Nightwatchman's Tour or take a stroll through Maryborough Military Museum and explore the region's proud military history.

Councillor for community, heritage and family services George Seymour said the monthly event was growing in popularity.

"There's plenty of entertainment for people of all ages including live art demonstrations and arts and craft stalls so I hope to see a plenty of people come out and enjoy it," he said

For more information on Gatakers by Night, visit frasercoastevents.com.au

Fraser Coast Regional Council hosts Gatakers by Night on the last full weekend of the month.

The nightwatchman will lead guests on a tour through the historic Portside district at Gatakers by Night this weekend.
The nightwatchman will lead guests on a tour through the historic Portside district at Gatakers by Night this weekend. Contributed


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