Clontarf Gears Up for the Road Rage Industries Streetfest BBQ Festival

Excitement is building in Clontarf as the community prepares for the first-ever Road Rage Industries Streetfest BBQ Festival, a spectacular car show and outdoor event that promises fun, food, and entertainment for all. 



What’s more, the event is not just about showcasing magnificent cars and enjoying a great time but also about giving back to the community. All funds raised during this event will be donated to the local charity, ROPE INC.

An Unmissable Event

On the 21st of Oct 2023, from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., 51 Snook Street, Clontarf, will be transformed into a haven for car enthusiasts and families alike. For just $3 per person (children under 13 get in for free), you can enter the Road Rage Industries Streetfest BBQ Festival. 

The street will be closed to traffic and lined with an impressive array of classic and modern cars, making it an ideal setting for car lovers to indulge in their passion.

Entertainment for All

The festival promises an array of exciting activities and attractions, including:

  • BBQ Food Trucks and Vendors: Satisfy your taste buds with a variety of mouthwatering barbecue dishes and treats.
  • Live Music and Bands: Groove to the tunes of local musical talents, ensuring a fantastic atmosphere.
  • Onsite Bar: Enjoy local brews from Scarborough Harbor Brewing Co, the perfect refreshment for the event.
  • Raffles and Giveaways: Exciting prizes and surprises for lucky attendees.
  • Kids Entertainment: Plenty of fun activities for the younger festival-goers.
  • Market Stalls: Shop for unique and artisanal products.

The car exhibition will feature a stunning assortment of vehicles, including old-school muscle cars, hotrods, classics, modern V8s, European cars, Japanese imports, and motorbikes. Whether you’re an automotive enthusiast or just someone looking for a great day out, you’re welcome to explore the exquisite display of vehicles.

Road Rage Industries Streetfest BBQ
Photo Credit: Gear Head Enterprises

Supporting a Worthy Cause

Notably, all profits generated during the festival will be donated to ROPE INC, a local charity dedicated to supporting the community. This event not only promises a fantastic time for all but also offers the chance to contribute to a noble cause.

In addition to the automotive splendour, festival-goers can immerse themselves in the world of car art. Car drawings by Cristian Cross and Tam’s Image Reflections Studio will be available for viewing and purchase on-site, offering a unique opportunity to take home a piece of their exceptional artwork.





For more information and updates on the event, you can visit the official event page on Facebook: Road Rage Industries Streetfest BBQ Festival.

Published 11-Oct-2023

Summer Break At The New Inflatable Water Park In Clontarf

After several delays, a new inflatable water park in Clontarf is finally happening. Aqua Splash has been awarded the project by the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

The water park will be set up in Pelican Park. Catering to 120 people, this park will operate at a smaller scale than other similar parks. It will also be properly netted to protect participants from sea creatures that may cause harm.

The Masterplan

The upcoming water park is part of the council’s Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan and Activation Strategy, which was endorsed by the council in 2017. Local communities have been involved in the entire process whilst creating the plan through surveys, online feedback, public displays, forums, and many more. The results show that a huge percentage of the community seeks more activations along the foreshore precincts and pop-up vendors.

This will bring more people into the city, delivering better opportunities for the local community.

Prior to the finalisation of the water park, the council approved the expansion of the Redcliffe Jetty Markets which will provide more space for market stalls and entertainment areas.

You can view the master plan here. To view the Redcliffe Foreshore Activation Pilot Program, which is in a trial period, click here.

All’s Well That Ends Well

It took several months before the plans for a waterpark finally came to fruition. Originally, the council wanted it finished last year during the summer school holidays but due to the issues encountered by the council regarding state government approvals, it got pushed back.

Moreton Bay Regional Mayor Allan Sutherland is very happy to finally see the plan slowly coming into life.

“It was my wish last Christmas to have the inflatable waterpark operating on our foreshore however the state election and some regulatory roadblocks pushed that goalpost back, but good things come to those who wait.”

The park will also bring in employment opportunities.

He continued, “Doubly exciting are the employment opportunities that will come with this new tourism infrastructure, up to 40 lifesaving jobs are now up for grabs.”

Aqua Splash is targeting a November opening. The CEO of Aqua Splash, Matthew Devine said, “We’re on track to be open just in time for school break-up parties and Christmas celebrations.”

Tickets will start at $15.