Car display at the festival
Car display at the festival Nathan Greaves

Colours shine at regional culture festival

THE Colours of the Lockyer, Arts and Culture Festival was on in Laidley on Saturday.

Ferrari Park was overrun with tents, stalls, and displays for the celebration of arts, craft, food and culture.

The event featured hours of live entertainment including highland and lion dancing, songs and music, performing arts displays, and much more.

There were also food trucks, a healing hub, an international market, living history exhibits, a jumping castle, car displays, a petting farm, and plenty of other attractions to engage guests of all ages.

Visitors could pose for photos with celtic warriors, get a tarot card reading from a psychic, purchase hand-made crafts, or settle in to watch the ongoing entertainment on show.


Girl Hawks dominate grand final in maiden season

Girl Hawks dominate grand final in maiden season

Two Junior Hawks teams made it to the grand finals

New coach appointed to lead a-grade team to premiership

New coach appointed to lead a-grade team to premiership

Former Hawk to lead A-grade to 2020 premiership

Plant-based milk products could face name change

Plant-based milk products could face name change

Alternative milk products could be re-named for 'truthful labelling'