Every Tuesday night Rhythm Culture runs African dancing and drumming classes in the Palmwoods Memorial Hall. Perhaps you’re a trained dancer, a seasoned percussionist, or maybe you have no skill at all. Whatever your level of expertise, these classes are a fun way to let your muscles relax and feel the rhythm run through your body. Make sure you check out the different classes for a fun Tuesday night; pop down this evening for a beginners drumming course at 5:30pm, or book in for the next five-week beginners dancing course starting on July 14th at 6:30pm. Grab some friends, or visit by yourself and make some new ones!
Where: 1 Main Street, Palmwoods QLD 4555
Danced up an appetite? Check out these great restaurants nearby serving up delicious meals!
The Indian Palace
If you’re looking for a quick and easy dinner, full of flavour to follow your night of dancing, pop down to the Indian Palace in Nambour. Serving up flavoursome, authentic Indian dishes, these meals have just the spice to keep you dancing all night. Try some of their delicious dishes, including traditional Tandoori or butter chicken, or spice it up with their vindaloo.
Located just a ten-minute drive from Rhythm Culture, this restaurant is the perfect place to stop after you’ve finished learning the rhythm of African dancing. Choose to eat in, or if you’re feeling underdressed, grab your meal to go and enjoy it in the comfort of your home.
Where: 1 Koorawatha Lane, Palmwoods QLD 4555
Red Bridge Connexions
If you’re looking for a relaxed environment to enjoy a meal with your new dancing buddies, head to the Red Bridge Connexions Restaurant. Located in the Red Bridge Motor Inn, this is the perfect casual place to head out for a delicious dinner. Specialising in hearty homemade meals, it’s just a short trip from the dancing classes so you won’t have to wait long to grab a bite to eat.
Just a bit peckish? Try one of their fresh salads to hit the spot. If you’re hungrier, they have a huge menu including eye-fillet steaks, pan-fried salmon, and their roast dinners. A visit to Red Bridge Connexions Restaurant is like eating at home, with meals that taste as good as your mother’s cooking and service just as friendly!
Where: 380 Nambour Connection Road, Woombye QLD 4559
Last but not least is Palmwoods Hotel! This historic hinterland hotels serves up delicious food and drinks 7 days a week. If you’re heading to the dance class tonight, make sure you pop into Palmwoods Hotel and fill up beforehand. On Tuesdays their kitchen closes at 8:30pm, so get in early if you don’t want to miss out on their incredible meals.Try one of their famous steaks, or if you’re after something a bit lighter, order the calamari or freshly caught barramundi.
If you’re just looking for a venue to unwind, pop in after your class and grab yourself something refreshing to cool down after all of your hard work. This hotel has one of the best vibes for a mid-week drink, so grab your friends and head down here for a cheeky post-dance cocktail or beer.
Where: 28-34 Main Street, Palmwoods QLD 4555
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Rhythm Culture Every Tuesday night Rhythm Culture runs African dancing and drumming classes in the Palmwoods Memorial Hall. Perhaps you’re a trained dancer, a seasoned percussionist, or maybe you have no skill at all. Whatever your level of expertise, these classes are a fun way to let your muscles relax and feel the rhythm run through […]