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Events in Bundaberg

1. Country muster fun

Today until Sunday: Bundy's 5th Aussie Country Muster, at the Agrotrend Grounds, Kendalls Rd. Featuring a wide range of traditional Australian country music, ballads, bush poetry, local entertainers and walk-ups. Events run throughout the day and evening. Camping available. For more information, phone Rod on 4152 4349 or 0400 524 343.

2. Showgirl ceremony

Today : Bundaberg Miss Showgirl presentation and announcement, Bundaberg RSL. Dinner costs $35 per head, including finger food and two-course meal. Music by A-Z.

3. Showtime in Childers

Tomorrow : Childers Show, Childers Showgrounds, from 8am-10pm. Featuring a senior and junior showgirl contest, a range of attractions including camel rides, Old MacDonald's farm, vintage cars and machinery, a pet show and sideshow alley, with fireworks from 8pm. For more information, phone the show society on 4126 1510.

4. Heritage festival

Tomorrow and Sunday : Captain Cook 1770 Festival, Captain Cook Dr, Endeavour Park, Seventeen Seventy. The 19th annual festival commemorates the landing of James Cook on May 24, 1770. For details, phone 0458 491 770.

5. School markets

Tomorrow : Monthly markets at Elliott Heads State School, cnr Breusche and Elliott Heads Rds, from 8am-noon. Baby goods, produce, food, clothing, jewellery, toys and second-hand items available. Stalls from $10. For details, phone Belinda on 0427 879 721 or email ferralfox7@ bigpond.com.

6. Roll up, roll up

Wednesday to Friday : Bundaberg Show, at the Bundaberg Showgrounds. Gates open 8am daily. Tickets cost $16 for adults, $13 for school students under 19, $8 for school students under 16, $10 for pensioners. Over-75s and under-5s go free. Car parking costs $5. For more information, phone the show society on 4153 5030.

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