Are you looking for amusement rides for hire in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Ipswich or the Sunshine Coast? If so, we have listings of South-east Queensland's biggest and best amusement operators, who offer a fabulous range of first-class attractions, with complete ride safety, all at the best rates.
Brisbane has a wide variety of carnival rides are available, to suit all type of special events. Thrill seekers who have the need for speed, will find the adrenaline-pumping action of the major amusements hard to beat. Have the ride of your life on the Hurricane, Round Up, Miami Trip, Paratrooper, Cha Cha, Dodgems Cars and more!
The whole family will enjoy a wonderful mix of quality attractions with thrill levels on the milder side. The Super Slide, Wave Swinger, Cup & Saucer & Trackless Train are some of the most popular amusements going 'round. Parents love riding with their children, and sharing in the fun of the fair.
The Littlies can get their fun fix too. Carnival classics such as the Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Camels, Merry-Go-Round, and Jumping Castle will guarantee hours of family enjoyment for all age groups.
Whether you are organising a school fete, community fair, street festival, or family fun day - fairground rides and attractions are a fantastic form of entertainment and help create the carnival atmosphere that all special events thrive on. A number of reputable amusement companies service the South-East Queensland region including Jubilee Entertainment, Funfair Amusement Rides and Southern Cross Camels.
This website also features links to industry related products and services including fireworks displays, stage hire, sideshow games, bumper balls, rock climbing walls, and laser skirmish.
Riding first class! Jubilee supplies a wide variety of amusement rides for hire in Brisbane including all the latest and the greatest carnival attractions, Inflatables, Interactive Entertainment, Sideshow Games, Festive Fun Food, and much more.
We service the South-East Queensland region including Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, plus Northern Rivers in NSW
Click here for further information including Jubilee's contact details, website, YouTube video, general information and attraction specifications.
The biggest range at the best prices! When it comes to the supply of amusement rides in Brisbane, Ipswich, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast or Northern Rivers NSW - Funfair cannot be beaten for range, quality, safety, dedication or price!
Whether you are entertaining a private party, or major Festival with 10,000 people in attendance, we have the experience and professionalism to ensure your Special Event is a success.
Click here for further information including Funfair's contact details, website, YouTube video, general information and attraction specifications.
From basic Camel Rides right through to organised Camel Racing Events, Southern Cross Camels have over 20 years experience in the industry. Our Camels cater for a range of events such as Shows, Festivals, Fetes, Fundraisers & Corporate Events.
We travel extensively throughout Queensland and NSW attending many events in major Cities and regional areas.
For further details, please call Lionel on M 0417 464546 or visit our website southerncrosscamels.com.au
Queensland's wonderful year round weather, creates the perfect setting for a wide variety of community events, held throughout the entire Sunshine State. Many of Queensland's biggest and best Special Events, are held right here in the Great South East, and feature fabulous food, wonderful entertainment, awesome fun and enjoyment for the whole family. Check out our list of the most popular Fetes, Fairs, Festivals and Shows held in the region, and enjoy all of what Brisbane's great outdoors has to offer:
Our annual Fete, held on the Mothers’ Day weekend, is our biggest fundraiser, and this year’s theme is "Around the World in an Ashgrove Day". There will be the traditional fete favourites, home-made cakes, jams, sweets and morning tea, as well as gourmet pizza’s, hot dogs, burgers and hot chips. Entertainment includes dancing, singing, and performances by the school bands. For Dad’s and kids who have forgotten Mothers Day, there are Flowers and gifts available, or why not grab a bargain at the incredibly popular Fete Auction. There's heaps of amusement rides for the kids!
May 2015 - Glory St, Ashgrove - For further details, please visit our website Ashgrove State School Fete
The Ipswich Show features lots of entertainment and attractions for the whole family! Great Performances, a wide range of displays, exhibits galore, 3 stages of entertainment and demonstrations, animal nursery, amusement rides for all ages, sideshow games, fireworks, trade stands and so much more....
May 2015 - Warwick Rd, Ipswich - For further details, please visit our website www.ipwichshow.com.au
The Paniyiri Greek Festival is an annual kaleidoscopic cultural explosion legendary with over 50,000 Greeks and honorary Greeks flocking to Musgrave Park, South Brisbane for this magnetic festival. More than 30 food stalls will showcase the tastes, recipes and secrets of food from all corners of Greece while on the main stage famous Greek dances the Zorba, Sirto, Kalamatiano and Sousta, performed to music performed on traditional Greek instruments including the bouzouki, tarabuka, lira and laouto are enjoyed by Greeks and non-Greeks alike in a wonderful cross cultural celebration. The festival will host over 20 hours of entertainment over the weekend, and the Greek Club will be a hive of activity with the popular traditional Greek cooking demonstrations.
May 24/25 - Musgrave Park, South Brisbane - For further details, please visit our website www.paniyiri.com.au
Keep Saturday 24 May free and come along to the Mueller College Fete. It is going to be one of their biggest events ever and admission is FREE. There's stalls full of crafts, books, cakes and plants - so be sure to grab yourself a bargain! Sideshow Alley features all the latest and the greatest amusement rides, games and attractions for the whole family. With food courts, cakes, sweets rides, stalls, and performances - this is not just a fete, this is a FESTIVAL!!
May 24 - 75 Morris Rd, Rothwell - For further details, please visit our website www.mueller.com.au
The annual Albany Fair is celebrating it's 25th anniversary in 2014, with a wonderful day planned for the whole family. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many delicious food stalls with a wide range of hot food, cakes and sweets available. There's great entertainment throughout the day, featuring school-based performances. The children will love the exciting amusement rides and carnival games including all of your fairground favorites! Grab a bargain at one of the many stalls, or relax and unwind soaking up the festive atmosphere. It's all there at the All Saints Albany Fair!
June 1 - 4 Faheys Rd East, Albany Creek - For further details, please visit our website All Saints Primary School
The Caboolture Show is rolling back into town in June! All the traditional attractions will be there including show jumping, tent pegging, a massive rodeo along with cattle, goats, poultry and birds plus a world class dog show featuring some Australian and international champions. Check out all the fun of the fair in Sideshow Ally with amusement rides,Carnival Games and wonderful entertainment for all ages. There's everything from dodgem cars, to the ferris wheel, laughing clowns, shooting galleries, jumping castles and all the big thrill rides. A full range of food will be available from old favourites such as Dagwood Dogs and Fairy Floss to healthy alternatives from a full range of vendors as well as hearty sit down country style meals available in the dining hall. The Apex Bar will also be operating for the duration of the show.
June 6 to 8 - Caboolture Showgrounds, 140 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture. For further details, please visit our website Caboolture Show
The Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show enjoys strong volunteerism that has enabled the Show to prosper and our volunteers work in all areas through the traditional sections of cake making to arts and craft.The ring still remains a focus point as it did and 104 years ago, with the number of horse entries remaining strong. The Show remains strong to its traditional theme and events with strong community support, school participation, and a growing attendance each year.Whilst we focus on our agricultural heritage, the committee recognises the need to continually ensure that the event is relevant for today’s show goers and has successfully made the transformation to a modern three day show full of agricultural, community and entertainment features.
June 13 to 15 - Nambour Showgrounds/Coronation Ave, Nambour - For further details, please visit our website www.sunshinecoastshow.com.au
This year's Eagle Junction State School's "Eagle Rock Fair" promises to rescue Sunday, June 22 from being just another boring Sunday! Children and adults alike come to enjoy a day of entertainment and culinary delights. From the hair raising amusement rides and the Haunted House to the delicious array of cakes, chutneys and coffee - there is something for everyone. Try your hand at the wine wheel or relax in our double decker bus with a coffee before enjoying a BBQ or Indian lunch. Wind down afterwards with a well deserved drink at the bar while the kids investigate their lucky dips and other other bargains from the day.
June 22 - 49 Roseby Ave, Clayfield - For further details, please visit our website www.eaglerockfair.com.au
Don’t miss out on what is sure to be a massive day of excellent fun for all the family, at this year's St Colombas Primary School's Great Fete. From 10am to 4pm, we'll be showcasing live entertainment, hair-raising and gentle rides, delicious food, fabulous crafts and a chance to win or bid for some fantastic prizes.
July 26 - 204 Kedron Brook Rd WILSTON - For further details, please visit our website stcolumbasgreatfete.com.au
On Saturday, July 26 the Birkdale South State School fete comes alive with carnival rides, side show alley and all the fun of the fair. Parents cook up yummy cakes, fudges, toffees and other tasty treats. There will be fairy floss, sno cones, dagwood dogs, show bags, second hand books, trash n treasure, craft and of course our awesome cent auction. All proceeds go directly in to improving the school environment for our children. Action kicks off at 10am, prizes drawn from 2pm, fete closes at 3pm. Come and joy us for an awesome day.
July 26 - 451 Old Cleveland Road, Birkdale - For further details, please visit our website birkdalesouthss.eq.edu.au/
Indooroopilly State Primary School's annual fair is taking place on Saturday 26th July 2014. There's thrilling carnival rides for the whole family, lots of craft and books to buy, as well as delicious homemade cakes, jams and sweets!! Enjoy live music whilst you enjoy a glass of wine at the bar. Yummy BBQ, Nachos, Kebabs, Strawberries and Slushies will be on sale. Roving enterntainment, face painting, sideshow alley, showbags and more!!!!.
July 26 - Moggill Rd, Indooroopilly - For further details, please visit our website Indigofair.org/
The Morningside Festival is Brisbane's oldest community street fair. This year's festival will be held on Sunday, July 27, along Thynne Road in Morningside. The festival begins at 9am and runs until 3pm. The day begins with a Street Parade, and then features face painting, amusement rides, street stalls, live music, and much more.
July 27 - Thynne Road, Morningside - For further details, please visit our website morningsidefestival.com.au/
The Mount Carmel Community Fete is one of south Brisbane's biggest Fetes. Come enjoy a host of culinary delights against a backdrop of fun and activity. There's over 35 stalls featuring fete favourites homemade Cakes, Jams and Preserves, Sample Bags, Face Painting, Handmade gifts, Pony Rides, Tombola, Pre-loved Books and Toys, Vintage Clothing, BBQ, Greek Food, Sushi, a Chill Out Zone with free activities and amazing amusement rides for all ages.
August 3 - Norfolk St, Coorparoo - For further details, please visit our website www.mtcarmelfete.com.au/
The Royal Queensland Show, or the Ekka as it is fondly known, holds a special place in Queensland's cultural heritage and in the hearts of all Brisbanites.The Ekka has returned with more fairy floss, heart-stopping rides, showbags and cultural attractions than you can imagine. The Ekka continues to be Queensland's biggest and most anticipated yearly event and still achieves its aim of connecting Queenslanders of all ages, from the country to the city and from all walks of life.To experience that magic of Ekka, head to the RNA Showgrounds to see animals up close, taste new flavours and immerse yourself in old favourites. From 8- 17 August you can create a memory with friends and family, the EKKA is a popular event for young and old.
August 8 to 17 - RNA Showgrounds/Gregory Tce, Bowen Hills - For further details, please visit our website www.ekka.com.au
The Annual Ormeau Lions Fair is on again this year, and known as the “Northern Gold Coast’s Mini Ekka”, it attracts thousands of people daily with stacks of free entertainment on two stages over both days of August 10th & 11th. Primary and High schools compete for big dollar prizes with dance groups and the “battle of the big bands” with big prize money all donated by local businesses. Other highlights include classic cars, the “VIP Dog Show”, amusement rides and attractions, local displays and a huge fireworks display on the Saturday night. Admission to the fair is FREE, and entertainment kicks off at 8am each day.
August tbc - Brien Harris Oval/Peachey Rd, Ormeau - For further details, please visit our website www.ormeaufair.com.au
Held every year at Norm Buchan Park, Rainworth Road Bardon, the Rainbow Carnival has a huge range of stalls with preloved and new goods from clothes to toys, books and plants as well as great food. There are always really good coffee and lunch options with a gourmet food stall, cafe and bar on offer. While you're eating you can watch kids from the school sing and dance up a storm in the Rainworth's Got Talent stage show. For the kids there is a large array of amusement rides from huge slides, bouncy castles, Dodgems, Superslide, Chair-O-Plane, Carousel and more.
August 31 - Norm Buchan Park, Rainworth Road Bardon - For further details, please visit our website www.rainworthss.eq.edu.au
Held along the main drag of Oxford Street, the Bulimba Festival is a family friendly day of fun and entertainment. Attracting a record 100,000 plus attendees, the festival showcases the best of Bulimba in an atmosphere of community and celebration. The renowned Oxford Street becomes abuzz with live entertainment, fashion parades, buskers, cooking demonstrations and 250 market stalls including a host of fabulous food offerings. Farewell winter and enjoy a day of fun, food, entertainment, and shopping at this year's Bulimba Festival
August 31 - Oxford St, Bulimba - For further details, please visit our website www.bulimbafestival.com.au
The Gold Coast Show is a great event for the whole family. The range of things to see and do will keep everyone entertained. It's billed as the largest community event held on the Coast and the program of events includes: a free circus, fireworks display, showbags, slideshows and rides. The animal side offers horse events, dog show, goat competition and animal nursery. The homecraft displays show off the talents of Gold Coast residents alongside school displays and visual arts competitions. The woodchopping championship entrants will have their axes flying while the woodturners stand will have demos and beautifully crafted woodturned items for sale. Throw in food and evening entertainment and enjoy the holiday weekend
August 29/30/31 - Gold Coast Turf Club, Racecourse Drive, Bundall - For further details, please visit our website www.goldcoastshow.com.au
Jump into spring with fresh air, fresh strawberries, music and culture at Redfest, the annual Redland Spring Festival. Each year, the Cleveland Showgrounds burst to life for two and a half days of family-friendly fun, excitement and entertainment. Run by the community, for the community, the Redland Spring Festival is an annual arts and cultural extravaganza which boasts a diverse and colourful program. It's an absolute mecca for the kids with their own sideshow alley, facepainting, miniature horses, free creative workshops (circus, pot painting, beading, lantern decorating, screen printing), theatre, and on Saturday, the under 10s can dance the night away at their own disco. Adults too can participate in a number of free workshops including screen printing, clay sculpture, sunprinting on silk, dynamic drawing (bookings required for this one), belly dancing and paper weaving - whhat a wonderful way to welcome Spring!
September 5-7 - Cleveland Showground/Long St, Cleveland - For further details, please visit our website www.redfest.com.au
The Redcliffe KiteFest is back and this year the festivities promise to be bigger and better than ever before. A spectacular display of colourful kites will fill the skies at the annual KiteFest. Pelican Park will showcase kites of all shapes and sizes as well as a jam-packed program including spectacular sky shows from international kite flyers, four stages of entertainment and a mini Seafood and Wine festival. Popular kite flyers from Australia and around the world will show their skills at the year's festival. If you can tear yourself away from the kite shows check out the festival markets with hundreds of specialty art and crafts stalls on display as well as gourmet food stalls, live entertainment, kite making workshops and amusement rides. This year's Redcliffe Kitefest has all the ingredients for the perfect weekend activity. There will be food, fun, fireworks, entertainment and best of all, a world class display of kite shows celebrating the beautiful art and creativity of kite flying.
September 5 to 7 - Pelican Park/Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf - For further details, please visit our website www.kitefest.com.au
The annual Rochedale State School Fete just keeps getting bigger every year, with new and exciting amusement rides for the children, and the Market Pavilion which is a bargain-hunter's paradise! There's International Food Stalls featuring delicious Mexican, Greek and Thai dishes, along with the good old fashioned Aussie Steakburger and chips. Enjoy non-stop entertainment features local bands and dance groups,or relax in the Coffee Shop with your favorite espresso. Finish off a fantastic day, with a spectacular fireworks display at 6.00pm!
September 6 - 694 Rochedale Rd, Rochedale - For further details, please visit our website www.rochedalefete.com.au
This year's Windsor State School School Fair promises to be a huge event with awesome amusement rides for all ages, Sideshow Alley, Petting Zoo, Dunk Tank, Face Painting, Fairy Floss and more. Enjoy the Flip Side Circus while dining on the delicious hot food and home-baked cakes, treats and sweets. Pick up a great gift for dad on Father's day at the Silent Auction!
September 6 - Harris St, Windsor - For further details, please visit our website www.windsorsspandc.com.au/fair
The annual Brisbane Oktoberfest is being held over the weekends of 10-12 and 17-19 October and billed as the largest German Festival in Australia. This is your opportunity to celebrate all things German with plenty of culture, traditions and of course the fabulous food and beer on offer. Oktoberfest is not just for adults as there is plenty on offer for the 'kinder' (children) with carnival rides, the animal farm and traditional Kasperltheater-style puppet show providing good family entertainment.
October 10-12 & 17-19 - RNA Showgrounds - For further details, please visit our website http://www.oktoberfestbrisbane.com.au/
The annual Goodna Jacaranda Festival is set to draw 55,000 visitors over three days. A great weekend of fun, food and entertainment is on offer for the whole family featuring 40 food stalls, bands, dancers, stage shows, stalls, amusement rides, carnivalgGames, fireworks and the popular A Quest for Talent contest.
October 24-26 - Evan Marginson Park/Woogaroo St, Goodna - For further details, please visit our website Goodna Jacaranda Festival
Want to dress up as all things spooky? Then head down to Manly Harbour Village on Saturday November 1 for the Annual Halloween Street Party. The events goes all day and into the evening with amusement rides open from 11am, and market stalls and food stalls from noon. Originally a small community event started by the local traders, the event has grown to attract several thousand to watch or take part in the parade. Following the Parade the entertainment continues on the two stages with also a Movie in the Park from 7pm. The evening culminates with a fireworks display on the Bay at 9pm.
November 1 - Manly Harbour Village - For further details, please visit our website Manly Halloween Street Party
For further details about these Special Events, and many more held throughout South-East Queensland, please visit the www.fetesandfairs.com.au on-line directory.