Check out the crowds which gave Woodgate a heart beat on Sun­day:

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“WE ARE try­ing to get this place go­ing – to give it back a heartbeat,” are the words from pub­li­can Nathan “Kroppy” Kropp af­ter the suc­cess­ful mu­sic fes­ti­val on Sun­day.

Coun­try at the Beach was held for the first time in Woodgate and or­gan­is­ers hope it will be­come an an­nual af­fair.

The Woodgate Beach Ho­tel came alive with mu­sic from Travis Collins, Mickey Pye and Cait­lyn Shad­bolt.

Mr Kropp said there was a big turnout at the fes­ti­val with peo­ple com­ing from as far as Bris­bane to re­lax and lis­ten to the coun­try tunes.

“Mu­sic is a big part of Wooodgate and we de­cided to go down the coun­try path which turned out great,” he said.

“We had more than 400 turn up from all sur­round­ing ar­eas in­clud­ing Her­vey Bay and Bundaberg.”

He said the at­mos­phere made the even­ing event on the long week­end stand out and the coun­try rock songs were the per­fect choice.

“It was good to give back to the com­mu­nity, the Woodgate lo­cals and just re­ally good for the town,” Mr Kropp said.


FES­TI­VAL CHARM: With the ocean as the back­drop the Woodgate Fes­ti­val drew and en­thu­si­ast crowd.

Mel, Sarah and Andy from Her­vey Bay shared the spirit of the even­ing.

ABOVE: Macken­zie and Kim Carter came from Her­vey Bay.

Leah Hunt and Charlotte Mot­ley trav­elled from Bundaberg.

Deb Cook and Maria Collins en­joy the mu­sic.

LEFT: Coun­try mu­sic filled the even­ing air at Woodgate.

Travis Collins was a pop­u­lar at­trac­tion with the crowd.

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