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Dont miss a bed, book ahead!

Organisers of the 2018 Miles Back to the Bush Festival are encouraging visitors to book ahead for the festival so they don’t miss out. Most of the festival activities will centre around the town with tours through the district. Miles has a good selection of motel accommodation, cabins, camping and caravan park. For more information,…

About Miles Back To The Bush Festival

The Miles Back to the Bush Festival is a non profit incorporated association organised by a band of generous volunteers representing the local community. The festival’s origins began in the 1950s with the Miles Wildflower Festival and has since be renamed, including the Miles Beef, Bells and Bottletree Festival. The Festival was incorporated and re-named…

Vintage Fly-in for Festival Spectacle

A host of vintage aircraft will fly in to join the Festivities in Miles next month, taking the vintage spectacle of it’s reinvented Festival to the skies.  The vintage fly-in is one of the exciting new aspects of the Miles Back to the Bush Festival, where entertainment has been taken to the next level to…

Repowered Tractors to ‘Pull’ in Festival Crowds

It’s the motorsport of the bush and its one-of-a-kind repowered tractors will draw a crowd as they rev it up at the Miles Back to the Bush Festival exhibition tractor pull.  Bull Pipe Australia and Kerwick’s Earthworks have teamed to present an afternoon of tractor pulling action at the Festival’s Main Event, Saturday 8 September.…

Festival Offers Backyard View to Bush Life

Local residents in the country town of Miles in Queensland, are calling their city cousins to get “back to the bush” this September, with a rare opportunity to experience country life. Local residents will literally welcome visitors for a backyard experience of life in the bush, opening their homes and yards for a unique peek…

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We love inviting you all ‘back to the bush’ for festival fun in Miles, so it’s with reluctance we announce the POSTPONEMENT of Miles Back to the Bush Festival 2020.

We’re pushing all our exciting festival plans forward to next year and will soon have 🗓 2021 festival dates to announce for you to pop on the calendar.

🤫 Spoiler Alert: don’t stop growing your back to the bush 🧔🏻beards (those beards readying for our Beard Appreciation event) because they won’t go to waste 😉. We’re working on a beard photo competition, with great prizes to win this year. Stay tuned for more details.
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