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NAME:.. ..........Festival Of The Wind

CONTACT: .......Festival Coordinator Di Roper

LOCATION: ......Held at Fishermans Beach, Emu Park

POSTAL: ..........P O Box 14, Emu Park Queensland Australia 4710.

PHONE: ...........Festival Coordinator 07 4939 2553

MOBILE: ..........N/A

EMAIL: .............Email the FOW

ADDITIONAL:

FOW Markets Coordinator Lynette Nichols 0407 178 011

Media Contact Anthony Nguyen 07 4938 7670

WEBSITE: .........www.festivalofthewind.com

Google Earth Co-ordinates: 23°15'18.24"S, 150°49'42.59"E



Festival of the Wind – 26/4/2015 from 11am. – Emu Park on the Central Queensland Coast –Australia’s Best Family Kite Festival.

The Festival is held every year with a theme of enjoying everything to do with the wind. Simple kite flying to wind powered sailing craft and even hang gliding and parachuting are all featured on the day.

Visit our Website www.festivalofthewind.com


Rokkaku is a Japanese tradition of fighting kites where the contestants are all attempting to break the opposition kites loose and hopefully be the last kite in the air. In some of the more serious competitions the contestants will glue glass particles to the last 2-3 meters of the kite string to cut more quickly through the other lines. Obviously this requires quite a deal of skill as the other flyers have the same goal in mind.

Call now on Festival Coordinator 07 4939 2553


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