Deep Blue DNA Fishing Competition, 10-45 Parkyn Parade Mooloolaba
DBDNA Fishing Competition will be an all-ages, family-friendly, drug and alcohol-free event and will run on the April 2nd, 3rd & 4th ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday) 9am – 9pm and upon completion of a successful event during the last weekend of August continuing for many years to come.
DBDNA fishing Competition will be an outdoor event held in the public park 10-45 Parkyn parade Mooloolaba and make use of the connected car parks for shuttle buses to reduce traffic congestion.
DBDNA Fishing competition will be a sustainably run event with the advice, rules, regulations, and knowledge of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and other governing bodies held as a TOP priority.
Onsite contact details- Jonathon Gammage -0487199735.
The event grounds will host 40+ stalls ranging from fresh food and snacks to fishing merchandise, DBDNA will ensure no overcrowding of vendors so as the public can enjoy the event for what it is, a fun weekend fishing tournament with the family, The event will be entirely free to the public, only competitors will pay an entry fee.
Safety announcements will occur once an hour over amplified sound systems, also on the event grounds there will be low level background music. There may be possible impacts to parking within the vicinity and possibly an increase in both foot traffic, and road traffic for the duration of the event.
DBDNA not only provides a platform to test ones skills against mates and fellow fishers alike in the form of a fishing competition with cash and prize giveaways and a publicly accessible event, but delivers a range of cultural ecosystem services through displays, entertainment, educational values, aesthetic values, knowledge systems, social relations, sense of place, recreation and more.
DBDNA will support employment of artists and workers in the events sector, as well as in connected industries such as hospitality, accommodation, transport, and freight. This will all contribute to rebuilding Australia’s economy, as well as enhancing community wellbeing and access to cultural experiences across SEQ.