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It’s back! For the third consecutive year, it’s the annual Duck Race!
All are welcome to join the Noosa Nippers for their annual Duck Race on Friday, 27 October from 5pm-7pm. Just $40 entry will get you a supreme racing duck and the chance to win dollars, and all kids free with a paying adult.
The price also includes a barbecue dinner and refreshments on the magnificent main beach of Noosa.
The event kicks off on the beachside of the Noosa Heads Surf Club.
The race is the major fund-raiser for the Noosa Heads Nippers and last year hundreds turned out to cheer on the ducks as they came in to shore on Noosa Main Beach.
Event organisers said last year was a great success and they’re expecting an even bigger event this year.
The ducks will be released in Laguna Bay at 6pm and the first one back wins the money.
For entry information, check on the Facebook page.

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