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Stories about "Mullumbimby Circus Festival":

A festival of circus fun in Mullum

Hundreds gathered in Mullumbimby for the Circus Festival which was held over the weekend at the town's showgrounds. The three day festival showcased a broad spectrum of Australian circus artists. SEE PHOTOS

The Big Rig in the Fig

Turns out Spaghetti Circus creative director Simone O’Brien and I go back a long way. She came to my place in Brisbane back in...

The homecoming of Miss One-Hand Walker

I first met Rhiannon Walker when she was just 14, a bubbly enthusiastic young girl with a peculiar talent for standing on one hand. In...

Mullum Circus Success

Hundreds enjoyed weird and wonderful performances by some of the country’s most athletic, creative circus performers. ...

The circus (festival) is coming to town

Mullumbimby is gearing up to host its first circus festival this weekend. Sharon Shostak went along to investigate.

Mullum a wifi hotspot?

Deborah Lily, Mullumbimby. If Mullum becomes a wifi hotspot I will do my shopping elsewhere.

From handstands to flying trapeze and beyond…

Just over two decades ago Leonie Mills put in for a modest grant for disadvantaged schools for Upper Main Arm. With that she planted the first seed for what was to grow into Spaghetti Circus.

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