Hearth Wind & Fire Registration

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HEARTH, WIND & FIRE FESTIVAL

Winter is coming & we are cooking up a series of unique food & experience events, hosted in special locations around our magical micro region, north of Toowoomba.

Events release will be in March and the festival will run over the 3 months of the Winter season.

If you would like to host an event, however large or small, please register below and we’ll be in touch to organise the details. You can also, partner with an event host, cater for an event or donate supplies.

All events will be hosted by your business & High Country Hamlets will help you create, organise, advertise & arrange ticket sales. Event to ticket sales will be passed on to you prior to the event.

We have great ideas for events of all kinds & sizes. It’s a celebration of our beautiful region.

Hearth; the centre of the house, where food is cooked & where company & warmth is found.

Wind; the winter season & air we experience in the High Country Hamlets.

Fire; gatherings around log fires & fireplaces.

Our aim is to help recover tourism & business, from the past hardships of 2019 & 2020 & our goal is to bring a slow & steady stream of visitors to the north Toowoomba Region & share our very special region & its businesses.

Kara Glenn-Smith, has been given the charge of event coordinator and would love to work with you, in anyway you would like to participate.

We can’t wait to hear from you.

Registration

To register, please take the time to fill out the information below.

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