READY TO ROLL: Rockabilly Retro dancers Gay Williams and Tracey Smith.
READY TO ROLL: Rockabilly Retro dancers Gay Williams and Tracey Smith. Vicki Wood

Step back into the ’50s at expo

KICK up your heels and have some serious fun with the avid rock 'n' rollers from Rockabilly Retro at Farm Fantastic at Caboolture next weekend.

Don't miss their exhibit at this year's event where you will find dancers from Breakaways Rock 'n' Roll Club performing 1950s style rock 'n' roll dances including rockabilly and 6 step.

There will also be fashion parades at 2pm across the three-day event beginning next Friday.

Women are invited to get the complete 1950s look with a vintage hairdo by Vicky from Snippets of Time.

Once your fabulous new look is complete there will also be an opportunity to have your photo taken as a keepsake.

Rockabilly Retro specialises in supplying top quality clothing and accessories.

The store imports from the UK and the US and stocks a range of well known, quality brands like Voodoo Vixen, Hell Bunny, Pinup Couture, Vintage Lady and more.

Rockabilly Retro owner Gay Williams, who also runs the well-known Beadz, Bitz and Bobz store, said she simply fell in love with rock 'n' roll dancing.

She said it was a great way to meet friendly, genuine people, form lifelong friendships, have fun and keep fit.

Gay encourages everyone to give rock 'n' roll dancing a go or simply visit the Rockabilly Retro exhibit and see what it's all about.

See the rock 'n' rollers from Rockabilly Retro and much more, including a display of beautiful vintage cars.

Farm Fantastic Expo runs from August 22-24 from 9am to 4pm at QSEC and Caboolture Showgrounds.

Go to for more information and to purchase tickets.


To celebrate Farm Fantastic, the Sunshine Coast Daily is giving away 100 blow-up Clara the Cow toys.

Just collect five tokens in the Daily between today and Friday and be one of the first to bring them into the Sunshine Coast Daily marquee, located at the main entrance of Farm Fantastic Expo at QSEC on Saturday, August 23, between 9am and noon.