Get into toe-tapping fun at Munna Creek

A GATHERING of great country music talent from around Australia is toe-tapping, in pink, into Munna Creek.

The annual Munna Creek Country Music Festival attracts more than 2000 country music fans and entertainers each year.

Country musician Lex Kunst, better known as Lex K, said this year's event would also raise funds for the McGrath Foundation.

"Each year we have been using our profits to restore the Munna Creek Hall and this year we have decided to donate some proceeds to the breast cancer foundation," he said.

"On Saturday night all our invited performers will dress in pink and we would like to see as many people in the audience join in with the theme."

There's plenty of parking at the Munna Creek site, with bush camping available. There will be shower water available and no bar so BYO alcohol.

Couple camping, all inclusive is $150, single camping, all inclusive is $75, weekend pass, no camping $50, daily pass $25, night shows $15.

The Munna Creek Country Music Festival will be held from October 16-19 at the Munna Creek Hall, entry via Blowers Rd on the Bauple-Woolooga Rd.

Performers include Trevor Tolton, Owen Blundel, Waddo, Tony Wagner, Hewie Curtis, Sharon Heaslip, Jed and Trudy, Len Conner, Ray and Sam Pratley, Buddy Thompson and Lynne Bennett, Roseanna, Glen Jones, Col Edmonds, Ian "Cockroach" Wilson, Lex K and Kerry McDonald and poets Gary Fogarty and his team of Wags.