The Cully Fest 2017 line-up promises to bring a diverse mix of art, music and workshops to Toowoomba for a fabulous regional cultural event.

The three-day festival will offer visitors the chance to embrace and learn about the unique culture of Australia through entertainment, a rodeo, live talks, workshops, activities, educational workshops, food, markets, a kids mini-festival and more. This year offers a wide range of Australian art, both indigenous and non-indigenous. Artists on display include Susie Klein, Kargun Fogarty and Sarah Campbell. The Queensland Body Artists Society will also display their body paintings.

Cully Fest’s Aboriginal aspect is vital in capturing the outback’s full history. Visitors will be able to explore the nation’s rich indigenous past through hosted talks, workshops, unique art, concerts and performances. Cunnamulla Aboriginal poet and novelist Herb Wharton will be talking about growing up in the outback.

Music will be one of this year’s highlights, featuring some of the best indigenous and outback music. Expect the likes of Killing Heidi, Pierce Brothers, In Stereo and more.

One of the country’s leading rodeo events will be coming to Cully Fest for 2017. The fast-paced environment will put the best cowboys and girls to the ultimate test and give spectators a thrill.

Tastebuds will be taken on a journey through the area’s finest flavours. Visitors can sample native bush foods and plants or try one of the diverse food stalls. Enjoy kangaroo, emu, or a three-course dinner cooked by Australian chef Dale Chapman during Released, a cabaret show pairing traditional bush foods with engaging entertainment.

With plenty of activities for kids and adults, the enticing mix of food, arts and entertainment will ensure there is something for everyone.