Central and North Burnett Times - - FRONT PAGE - PHOTO: NOEL THOMP­SON

Ty­rone the clown con­nected with Grace Townsend and her mum Christy at Mun­dub­bera’s Taste of the Bur­nett, Cel­e­bra­tion of Cul­tures event at the­week­end.

NA­TION’S HOS­PI­TAL­ITY SHINES: Rom Gu­tu­mui and John Abe from Pa­pua New Guinea are sea­sonal work­ers and are amazed how mul­ti­cul­tural Aus­tralia has be­come. “It is so nice how friendly people are in Aus­tralia. This is the best coun­try,” they said.

The Her­vey Bay Pipe Band get to­gether with the beau­ti­ful Philip­pine dances.

Karan Kerk, Learne Sims and Shar­ion Wykes just loved watch­ing the Scot­tish dances.

Sea­sonal work­ers Cyrus, from Hong Kong, and Yuki, from Tai­wan.

Zeb Bigg just loved be­ing a part of the cul­tural fes­tiv­i­ties.

Je­sara and Pay­ton Shute are dressed for the coun­try life.

Work­ing at the Mun­dub­bera P&C can­teen, Char­lie Rack­e­mann, Brittany Kugel and Issi Kas­sulke sold out of steak burg­ers.

Kim­berly Benham, from Her­vey Bay, came back to Mun­dub­bera to join friends at the Taste of the Bur­nett.

Zan­der Shute was just hav­ing the best time in his mo­bile bed.

Sum­mer and Sha­doe Gooda came from Eidsvold to feed the clowns.

Bethany Bigg from Bin­jour en­joy­ing the party.

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