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Sun 1 Jul 2012, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Maryborough, Queensland, Maryborough Queensland, Maryborough

Restrictions: All Ages

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Get ready to experience madcap Mary Poppins mania – along with an explosion of history, art and culture - all rolled in eight days this June-July in Maryborough.

Maryborough’s heritage streetscapes and riverside parks are the setting for the Mary Poppins Festival, held in honour of Pamela Travers, the Maryborough born creator of the world’s most famous nanny.

On 23 June, turn back the clock at the Portside, Lamplight Bazaar with quirky torchlight tours, horse and carriage rides, free children's workshops, music and live art demonstrations.

A colourful Mary Poppins Market on 28 June, a delightful sing-along movie night on 29 June and a week of workshops and art festivals and themed tours are also part of the celebrations.

The signature event is the Mary Poppins Festival in the Park on Sunday 1 July.

Nannies will push prams in madcap races; chimney sweeps will compete in crazy challenges while Mary Poppins characters will come to life from the pages of books and mingle with the crowd.

The program includes sidewalk art, a grand costume parade, carnival rides, old fashioned games and children’s workshops, street theatre, circus performances, puppets, magicians, steam train rides, kite flying and brass bands.