This year Govindas Catering had a few extra challenges than we normally do. We had some major troubles with our truck; Sevamrita dasa went missing one night, only to be found in hospital the next day; and we lost two of our team members to other activities half way...
By Vaisnavi devi dasi (Conch, Jan/Feb 2014) Woodford – camping in the heat,long hours standing and serving out prasadam, sleep deprivation – one may ask why we voluntarily choose to do this. As aspiring devotees we understand that there is an unexplainable taste in...
by Govardhana Seva dasa (Conch, March 2013) The Bluesfest is a five-day festival, which will be held this year from 28 March to 1 April. This is a major event in the New Govardhana catering service calendar, and requires considerable forward planning. First, there is...
by Mandakini devi dasi (The Conch, November 2012) New Govardhana’s highly efficient 3 man catering team currently includes Krishna Gana dasa, Bhakta Theo and Bhakta Ben. Requested by The Queensland Folk Federation to distribute Krishna cuisine at The Wallaby Creek...
We cooked 1.5 tonnes of potatoes, 700 kg of carrots and 120 cabbages. Each day we made sixty trays of salad, prepared 500L lemon and ginger drink, 2000 litres subji, 400kg rice, 500L chutney, 900 litres halava, 1000 sago cups and 55-60,000 kofta balls, selling...
by Krishna Gana Das (The Conch, November 2011) Many people attend festivals, sometimes paying up to $100 entry fee to be able to enjoy a plate of Krishna prasadam. The most popular item on the menu is definitely the kofta balls, especially favoured by the younger...
The Townsville Cultural Festival showcases the diversity of Australian music, food, arts and culture, bringing thousands together each year in celebration of life itself. From Wednesday 9th to Sunday 13th [...]
The Townsville Cultural Festival showcases the diversity of Australian music, food, arts and culture, bringing thousands together each year in celebration of life itself. From Wednesday 9th to Sunday 13th August over 100 performing groups will offer everything from folk, blues, hip-hop and rock, to Indigenous Australian music and dance, drum circles, fire shows, cabaret, poetry, theatre, and traditional dance groups from around the world.
13 (Tuesday) - 17 (Saturday)
James Cook University Grounds
1 James Cook Dr, Townsville City QLD 4811
Cultural Fest General Inquires and Registration
(07) 4772 4800 | email@example.com
For almost 40 years, Queensland’s only camping country music festival, has been making a difference to community by bringing together Australian artists, mates and music in a quiet bush paddock [...]
For almost 40 years, Queensland’s only camping country music festival, has been making a difference to community by bringing together Australian artists, mates and music in a quiet bush paddock not far from Gympie.
With a focus on music from Country origins, the Muster infrastructure rises from the hinterland landscape for a few weeks every year, to become a small settlement on the banks of the Mary River, lit by music, singing, dancing and a spirit of place.