The Teneriffe Festival

Today my little man and self ventured out to the annual, Teneriffe Festival.

The festival is now in its fifth year. It began as a celebration of the suburb’s history, beauty and culture. Over the years it has grown to feature historical information, live entertainment, food and drink.

Teneriffe Festival Crowd

The German Sausage Hut and Soup-a-Juice were a few things on offer

Brazilian Beauty Morph Suits

The day was not without its quirks – Brazilian Beauty advertised themselves via signs carried by people wearing Morph suits

St. George Fire Brigade

Lots of beautiful vehicles on display – an old fire engine from the St. George Fire Brigade

Colourful pots

A Teneriffe Festival stall holder

Teneriffe Historical Society

Photos of yesteryear displayed by the historical society

macarons

A mouthwatering display from Monsieur Macaron

Teneriffe

The laneways were buzzing

 

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Hi, my name is Rachael. I am a born and bred Queenslander, who loves spending time with her family and pursuing creative hobbies. I am a wife, mother and all-round friend. If you like my posts, please leave me a comment...or two!
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