Grazing at the Watering Hole is a unique long-table dining experience that aims to showcase the outback town of Thallon, Western Queensland, highlighting local businesses, food producers, musicians and artists. With the spectacular Thallon Silos as a backdrop, Grazing at the Watering Hole offers local and visiting guests a relaxed outback feel alongside an extraordinary culinary and cultural experience. This year’s event will again cater for 200 guests.
The special event aims to encourage visitors to the region through showcasing and supporting local producers and offering a truly local, unique cultural experience for the community to enjoy and feel proud of.
Featuring local musicians “When Sonny Getz Blue”, Art Work painted by (silo artist) Drapl and hosted by Thallon Progress Association, the event has a relaxed country feel while being beautifully presented with uplighting of the magnificent silos, festoon lighting, a 50+meter long ‘grazing tables’ featuring local produce, fresh pressed linen and napery, menus, candles, floral arrangements featuring locally grown flowers, wheat and cotton and an exciting fireworks display.
Grazing at the Watering Hole offers local and visiting guests a relaxed outback feel alongside an extraordinary culinary and cultural experience.
The special event showcasing and supporting local producers.
Smart-casual, we suggest flat shoes may be best for the uneven ground and bring a coat in case it turns cool later in the night.
There will also be Merchandise for Sale, an exciting Raffle and Auctions (including gorgeous Art by Drapl) to raise funds for the Thallon Community Services to support their affordable housing project for Thallon.
Rooms in Thallon are booked out but there are “first in best dressed” spaces available at the Thallon Camp Ground, which are free unless you need power.