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Festival Partner For Great Barrier Reef Festival 2019

By Ray White Whitsunday

Ray White Whitsunday are proud sponsors of the Great Barrier Reef Festival this year.

The Reef Festival, one of the Whitsundays’ iconic events has in its 19th year taken on a new lease of life and re-branded to the ‘Great Barrier Reef Festival’ in a move that strengthens its ties to its world famous namesake.

Brisbane based creative agency ‘Nick Did This’ took on the challenge of defining the new brand identity creating a colourful, balanced and joyous logo design combining elements of the ocean, land and festival.

Mainly located in the vibrant coastal town of Airlie Beach, the festival is a celebration of the Whitsundays’ lifestyle and its affiliation to the Great Barrier Reef.  It runs over four days in the first weekend of August annually and is a combination of family fun, community events, food, fireworks and one of the biggest parties in the north.

As a community and tourism event local business and citizen support is what makes this festival happen, if you or your business would like to donate or sponsor an event please contact them to get involved. 

For more information, go to https://www.greatbarrierreeffestival.com.au/.

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