Weekend Event Guide / 11-14 February 2022

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What is the weather doing?

A weak ridge lies across the Queensland coast. A high will move into the Tasman Sea on Saturday, extending a strengthening ridge along the east coast. Today’s winds are variable below 10 knots, becoming east to northeasterly about 10 knots during the afternoon, with mostly sunny conditions. Tomorrow winds will be variable below 10 knots, tending east to southeasterly 10 to 15 knots in the afternoon while on Sunday, expect east to southeasterly winds, 10 to 15 knots, increasing to 15 to 20 knots in the afternoon.

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Friday 11 February 2022


CAIRNS PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE / Cairns Summer Sounds with Vera Blue from 7.30pm. The metamorphosis of gifted folk singer/songwriter ‘Celia Pavey’ into the electro pop powerhouse Vera Blue has been as visually electrifying as it has musically scintillating.

MT MOLLOY NATIONAL HOTEL / Live music by Kate Richards and Jag the Joker stands at $1900 with tickets from 5.30pm. Meat tray raffle at 7pm raising funds for the local community Clubs. Enjoy Happy Hour and a transfer bus home.

COURT HOUSE HOTEL / Seachange live from 7.30pm

CHILLI’S PIZZERIA & BAR / Cane toad racing from 5.00pm


TASTE TAKEOVER / Taste Port Douglas Takeover Series: #1, CODA Melbourne 6.30-10.30pm Harrisons

Be inspired and satisfy your foodie urges in the lead up to Taste Port Douglas 2022 as we roll out a series of delicious dinners and events.

Kicking off our delicious culinary calendar in 2022 is this “Taste Port Douglas Takeover Series” which will bring some of Australia’s most inspiring culinary brands to the tropics.

Join us as Adam D’Sylva’s, CODA restaurant takes over Harrisons at the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort.

Guests will be transported to CODA in the tropics as Adam brings his signature drinks and food to Harrisons for a one night only, restaurant takeover.

DAINTREE VILLAGE HOTEL / Friday Night Fish n Chips from 5-8pm. Dine in or takeaway.

ELLIS BEACH BAR & GRILL / $10 Pizza Specials


DAINTREE YOGA / 10am Buffs Hall, Mossman

ACTIVE8 FITNESS / Free Seniors Movement and Parkour at Mossman Gymnastics Club & Kindergym 10.30am


MOSSMAN COMMUNITY CENTRE PLAYGROUP / Each Friday for kids 0-5yrs from 9.30-11.30am

TANGAROA BLUE / Four Mile Beach North and Middle Regular Monthly Clean-up 9am-1pm

Saturday 12 February 2022


PADDYS / Shannon Hunter live from 8pm

COURTHOUSE HOTEL / Live music from 7.30pm


MOSSMAN / 7am-1pm

MAREEBA / 7.30am-12.30pm


WONGA BEACH CLEAN UP / Join ClimateForce from 9am – 12pm for a beach clean up followed by a calculation of weight and number of bags collected. Please email amber@climateforce.com for confirmation and registration details. **Volunteer capacity is capped at 30pp


LABOR CANDIDATES MOBILE OFFICE / Mossman Markets. Cynthia Lui MP – Member for Cook and Elida Faith  Member for Leichhardt will be at the Mossman Markets this weekend to hear from locals about the issues important to them. Whether you can’t book into a GP, finding it hard to get a good local job or angry about the high costs of childcare , they want to hear from you! Mossman markets between 8am and 12pm.


YOGA WITH LUCY / 7am Buffs Hall Mossman

DAINTREE YOGA WITH SCHELL / 9am Buffs Hall Mossman

MOSSMAN & DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB / Target Rifle Shooting Afternoon

Sunday 13 February 2022


PLANTATION RESORT / Sunday Session by the Pool with live tunes from 4pm

BARBADOS / Sunday Seafood Session from 3-5pm with live music from 4-6pm

COURTHOUSE HOTEL SUNDAY SESSION / Live music by Kevin Carrington from 7.30pm

ELLIS BEACH BAR & GRILL / $1 Oysters & Live Music from 1-4pm


PORT DOUGLAS / 8am-1.30pm

HOLLOWAYS / 8am-2pm


PALMER SEA REEF GOLF CLUB / Sunday Roast from 11.30am-2.30pm

MOUNT MOLLOY HOTEL / Sunday Roast Lamb Lunch 12-2pm


PORT DOUGLAS TENNIS CLUB / Come & Try Day from 2pm. Including cardio tennis, hot shots, and social tennis

MOSSMAN BOAT & FISHING CLUB / First comp for 2022 starts Saturday at 3pm! Weigh in 3:30pm Sunday followed by a delicious BBQ (gold coin donation) and drinks! Lucky door prizes, and a special prize for one lucky member who weighs in a Barra. Any Barramundi caught and weighed in will give you one ticket into our special draw!


SOUND HEALING & SACRED CACAO CEREMONY / Port Douglas Yoga Studio 10.30am-12.30pm

Enter into the quantum landscape of the senses, a place where the preoccupied day-to-day mind drops blissfully into heart space.
From The Pyramids of Chi in Ubud, to the rainforest of Far North Queensland comes the Sound Healing Cacao Ceremonies of Wairua Sound.
Each session is lovingly held through a deep guided meditative state, combining the sacred plant medicine Cacao and the ancient practice of Sound Healing – allowing space for inspiration, manifestation and surrender, and an often gentle letting go of body stored trauma and trapped & stagnant energy.
Also known as sound baths or sound immersion, the art of healing with sound has been practised by civilizations around the world for millennia.
This signature brand of Sound Healing Cacao Ceremony is infused with smoke cleansing and guided meditation, each ceremony closes with participants receiving a personal water blessing, acknowledging and honouring of three sacred aspects of self.
Wairua Sound use organic Peruvian sustainably sourced ceremonial Cacao. Each batch is blessed with karakia & waiata (Maori song and prayer), Reiki charged and made with purified moon water.
All ceremonies pay deep respect to our collective ancestors and original custodians of this land – first nation elders past, present and future.
Follow booking link or to secure a space and pay on the day, contact murphy@wairuasound.com


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