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  2. Calendar Overlay Library (1)
  3. Calendar Overlay Library Events - Under 5s (1)
  4. Calendar Overlay Markets (1)


  1. Light Up Your Town for Breast Cancer Awareness

    1 October - 31 October, 12:00 PM @ Spirit Stone at the Yeppoon Foreshore & the Singing Ship at Emu Park

    During October - Qld Health's Breast Screen Van will be located in Emu Park and they will be offering free Breast screening to women over the age of 50. As an awareness campaign Livingstone Shire Council is going to be lighting up the Singing Ship in Emu Park & the Spirit Stone on the Yeppoon foreshore PINK for the whole month.

  2. Australia Day Awards 2017

    18 October, 8:00 AM - 15 December, 5:00 PM

    Do you know someone in our community that is an outstanding Australian? Then nominate them in the Livingstone Shire's 2017 Australia Day Awards. Nomination forms can be found at all Customer Service Centres or online: For more information please phone 4913 5000. Nominations close 15 December 2016.

  3. Oktoberfest 2016

    29 October, 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM @ Bell Park, Emu Park

    The Emu Park Lions Club invites you to The Biggest Party of the Year. All children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.


  1. Knitters & Knotters

    28 October, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Emu Park Library

Library Events - Under 5s

  1. Babytime @ Emu Park Library

    28 October, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Emu Park Library

    Help your baby on their way to learning about their world with songs, games, bubbles and toys. These free, casual sessions are aimed at the 0-2 age group. Have fun and meet other families in a safe friendly environment. Every second Friday morning at Emu Park Library.


  1. Yeppoon Community Markets

    29 October, 6:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Yeppoon Showgrounds
    Yeppoon, QLD, 4703

    Farmers Markets encourage the community to buy locally from their farmers. Why? Because it helps keep a local business going, it reduces the energy used on transporting foodstuffs but I guess mainly it’s fresher and therefore better to eat. Bring the family down and do your produce shopping for the week.